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An Addicting Quick Read
5 September 2018
An Assassin’s Death is a well written quick read. There are a few grammatical errors, but overall I enjoyed this co-written story more than I enjoyed other books written individually by the authors.
A little bit snarky, a little bit overconfident and just slightly sad, is our heroine Alexa Hart; the assassin who is lonely in a world full of like minded people. I liked Alexa. I thought the authors did a good job of managing to make her the tough assassin but with a splash of naivety due to her upbringing - the social awkwardness was well written. The guys were great too, just managing to steer clear of the normal personalities seen in RH’s.
Koonce and Wilde have created a dark world where the first rule is to ‘trust no one’. From the first page I was hooked and would of given it five stars,except that I felt it would of been better if the story had been slowed down and elaborated on in parts. Still an enjoyable read that demands to be finished in one sitting - Koonce and Wilde certainly know how to build tension.
An Assassin’s Death is a medium burn RH with steamy scenes and plenty of innuendo. No cliffhanger ending but there is plenty to lead us into the next book. For a book about assassins, there is barely any assassinating going on but it is still a bit darker in nature - no sunshine and rainbows here. I am looking forward to where the authors take us in the next book.