Kiss Me by LP Lovell

August 16, 2020

The longer I watch her, the more hopeless this situation seems. How do you cage something like her? Wild, deadly, savage. How do you keep a butterfly in a jar without suffocating it?

Kiss Me by LP Lovell

Kiss Me by LP Lovell


I’m running.
I have more enemies than even I can fight, and a five-million-dollar price tag on my head, all because I helped Nero. The hunter has become the hunted, and now I have a life to protect—an innocent baby. And that suddenly feels like the most important mission I’ve ever had. I’ve never been so invested in surviving, so let them come. I’ll kill them all.


I had a plan and it was perfect.
She was my queen, my ultimate weapon. She played her part and helped bring me the power I sought above all else, but at what cost? Now she’s all I want, all I need. Una is mine. I will kill anyone who stands between us and burn the world to ash just to keep her.

A pending war. A test of survival. A partnership that would see their enemies tremble in their wake.

A ruthless king. A savage queen.

Kill me or kiss me?

I fondly remember getting the ARCs for Make Me and Kiss Me a few years ago and absolutely loving Una and Nero. I couldn't wait to finish their story and I can't believe I slept on this for so long. It was such a blast getting back into the blood, mayhem, death and drama that made up these characters lives.

We are and always will be ruthless and brutal. It’s engrained. Instinctual.

At the end of Kill Me, Una ran. She knew she was pregnant, she knew that she would never be safe, she knew that Nero would die protecting her, and she felt she was out of options. As long as she ran and killed and became the Kiss of Death, she'd be alright.

Girl drove me nuts and kept me well entertained. I loved how the author created this character that was extremely hard to like, but impossible not to. I loved to hate Una and I respected the heck out of her character. She made some questionable movements in this book and I wondered why she kept getting away with her behavior, but she had Nero, this ruthless killer, wrapped around her finger so I wasn't really surprised.

I’m never stronger than when I’m standing next to him.
He’s beauty, power, and raw chaos all wrapped up in one man. And he’s mine.

It was a little hard to be convinced of Una's devotion to Nero at times. Some of what she did made her motives unclear. And while I had patience with her because of all she had gone through, her attitude finally started to grate on my nerves. But then she'd surprise me with her tender thoughts for my honey Nero and I was Team Una once again.

I want him because I respect and fear him, and that combination is intoxicating. This is attraction and want and need on such a basic ingrained level—it’s undeniable.

After all the suspense, thrills, murder, assassinations, betrayals, plans and utter chaos, Una and Nero actually got a happy ending. What? I'm so happy! But I'm not done with these people and I've already got Sasha's story on lock. I need to know how this cold killer finds his heart. I'm hoping to dive into Una's sister's story shortly after that.

If you're looking for a story that will leave you on the edge of your seat, gripping your kindle like a mad person in anticipation of what's going to happen next, this series is definitely for you!

Kiss Me is FREE to read with Kindle Unlimited! Amazon

Check out the other books in the series:
Make Me
Kill Me

With a new-found resolve, I sprint the last few meters to the house, pressing my back to the wall. The rear of the house doesn’t have many cameras. Honestly, Arnie should really up his security. I slip the backpack off my shoulders and dig inside, pulling out a few blocks of C4. I place them beside the French doors and then take a deep breath before darting in front of the glass to the other side. A thin wire spans the window to the two blocks that I now place against the opposite wall. Brash? Maybe. But the fact is, Arnaldo has an army, and I want to draw them out. I can’t get to him if he’s protected. I could have asked Sasha for help, had him hack the security system, and black out the cameras. I probably could have killed Arnaldo without my presence ever even being noticed, but that’s not what this is about. I want him to sit in his office and watch his precious house get blown to bits. I want him to witness his men die, one after the other, until he comes to the stark realization that I’m coming for him and there’s no one left to protect him. Nowhere left to run. This is about more than just killing him. This is a message: no one hunts death. He’s not the first to underestimate me. Of course, he won’t be expecting me to come here. Even if it weren’t physically suicidal, politically, it’s dodgy ground. The Italians might see it as fair. He came after me so I went after him. Or, they might make me enemy number one, in which case, the entire Italian mafia will be after me. But I have the backing of the Russians….I think. And I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t have an unnatural amount of faith in Nero. Fuck knows why. He’s a capo in the very same mafia, but he’s also their bad boy. A wild card, and, in his own words, I am his. Honestly, he’s just as likely to shoot me as side with me, but a girl can hope. And let’s be honest, I have an ace up my sleeve, or should I say, in my uterus.

Lauren Lovell is a ginger from England.
She suffers from a total lack of brain to mouth filter and is the friend you have to explain before you introduce her to anyone, and apologise for afterwards.
Lauren loves a mildly…or not so mildly psychopathic hero, and a dark, twisted tale.
If you like like your boys very very bad, then hop on in.



    I really need to read more by her, I've only read what she co-writes with her bestie

    1. I've been saying the same thing. I feel like I'm missing a lot of amazing stuff!
      Thanks babes :)


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