CROWED by Rina Kent


CROWED
Author: Rina Kent
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Series: Team Zero
*standalone*

Photo Credit: Author's Goodreads profile


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She wished for death. A killer showed up at her door.




Eloise
Life left me when my family died.
I thought I wanted to die, too, until death comes knocking on my door.
Only, instead of killing me, he breathes new life into me.
For the first time in my existence, I'm scared. Because when that life is taken from me, I'll have nothing left.

Crow
I have one rule: leave no traces behind.
She compromised my identity and needs to be eliminated.
So simple, right?
Not even close.
When she welcomes death with open arms, I can't pull the trigger.
Breaking my one rule would not only put my life in danger, but it would completely destroy hers.


Crowed is a romantic suspense, and a killer romance with tones of darkness. Crowed is an enemies to lovers romance, has no cliffhanger and no cheating, and ends on a HEA. Due to language and sexual content, this is advised for mature audience only.



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REVIEW:

This is my first book by this author and it certainly will not be the last! Crowed is a fast paced romantic suspense with an intriguing storyline. Crow is a unique character in that he was kidnapped as a child and raised to be a killer. However, during a contract kill, he becomes the target and we are left wondering who betrayed him. I loved Crow and how protective he ended up being of Eloise. Eloise is drowning in grief when she first encounters Crow and through him, she realizes that she does want to live. The two of them need each other and bring out the best in each other. This book is full of action, twists and turns, and suspense which kept me entertained until the very end. I am looking forward to the next book in this series!



OTHER BOOKS IN THE SERIES:




Prequel




book 2 



book 3
Coming Soon. . . 



ABOUT THE AUTHOR:



Rina Kent is a lover of suspenseful plots and edgy characters. She has always been obsessed with romance. Storytelling is in her blood. Plotting is her addiction. Flawed and gripping characters are her drug. She makes it her mission to give them all types of trouble before granting them happy endings.


When not scheming her characters' fate, Rina manages a hectic schedule divided between studying and living with the most supportive husband and a not-very-supportive cat.



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