It took me little to get into this, I suggest reading it all at once not stopping and starting or you miss the suspense build up. I liked Jase Cross from Merciless series and this book makes me love him. I’m hoping for a bit more of the underworld happenings in the next books but the ending for this is a superb cliffhanger.
I loved the story, the heat was sizzling, BUT I thought we were going to hear more about Carter and Aria as was promised. Maybe in the final instalment it will all come together. There is still another brother I wonder if there is still yet another storyline about him.
I have to say this story had me hooked almost immediately. Bethany and Jase and interesting characters who are locked in a tug and pull battle of wills. Jase has answers that Bethany needs. Bethany has something that Jase wants. There are many shades to Jase. Sometimes he is uncommonly kind. And other times, he seems incredibly driven by his own desires: *“I am the devil she thought I was.”* Part of Bethany knows that Jase is a bad choice but it’s hard to resist a bad boy: *“He tasted like bad decisions and lust. A sin waiting to happen.”* Despite her attraction to Jase, Bethany is a fighter. She isn’t afraid to fight back. To demand answers. And I love this part of her personality.
Both of these characters are in pain. They find comfort in each other’s company which makes me think of the saying: misery loves company. While the two of them try to maintain a strict business arrangement, it's hard to deny the chemistry brewing between them. Even I was taken by surprise by how sinful and tantalising their encounters were and, each time, it just stepped up a notch. Willow Winters had me gasping at one particular scene which was completely different to anything I had read before and it was amazing. Just like Bethany had said about Jase, Ms. Winters had destroyed me but in a good way.
Not everyone is being honest and I fear that those secrets are going to come out in a bad way. All too soon, I finished the story and desperately wished there was more. This is the first book in the series so prepare yourself to be left with questions. I hope for my sanity that Ms. Winters gets the next book ready quickly for my reading pleasure.
I’ve literally just finished this book and needless to say I’m speechless. I have no idea what to write in this review that won’t be a massive spoiler alert, but I’ll try!
Jase is Carter’s brother and runs the club The Red Room. When a woman comes in causing a disturbance, rather than Jase sending his second in command to deal with her....he sets out to do so himself. However, Beth is unlike any woman he’s ever met. She’s fiery and is a fighter. What happens next will blow your mind😍
Thank you Willow for my advanced copy and I look forward to more with regards the Cross brothers❣️
A Single Glance is an explosive, dark romance that continues on from the previous books in W. Winters' Merciless series. It follows Jase, the dark and mysterious younger brother of Carter as the war within the city heats up. He meets his match in Bethany, the girl we got a glimpse of at the Red Room in the last book as she frantically searched for her sister.
This book has all of the fast paced action we have come to love in this series, combined with the hot and heavy dark romance that is W Winters' calling card. The chemistry between Jase and Bethany melted my Kindle as Jase secured his spot as hottest man of 2019 so far.
A Single Glance ended on a cliffhanger but once again it was so good that you didn't know whether you were screaming in anger or delight. Strap in because this book takes this series to the next level, something which I did not think was possible. I loved it - An Amazing 5 Stars!
What an intense, emotional ride! Only to result in my wanting to chuck my kindle! I didn’t though, I didn’t want to break it... but I was on the edge of my seat and then BAM! Ms Winters sure knows how to knock my socks off!
The suspense will keep you captivated throughout the whole book. The characters will intrigue you. I just could not get enough of it all. This will only be a short review as I do not want to give too much away, you really need to experience the amazing words of this book yourself!