- File Size: 1839 KB
- Print Length: 135 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: A.C. Melody; 1 edition (December 12, 2016)
- Publication Date: December 12, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N5709XP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #918,376 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Avarice Unforgiving (Hell on Earth Book 2) Kindle Edition
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But I wasn’t alone. Kameo herself has many questions she, nor anyone else can answer. At least, not anyone who’s willing to answer…not yet.
On a rollercoaster of emotions and need, Kameo is caught between her mysterious Dom and her ruthless boss. Both men feed the degrading submissiveness which is her joy and her shame. And then there are the jumbled memories of her ‘Bull Man’ and Halloween which still torment Kameo.
Not one who believes in happiness, Kameo feels that even if she gets what it is she’s been searching for, she won’t be allowed to keep it. That agonizing thought drives her to a decision – walk away.
Easier said than done. Honestly, she never had a choice.
Kameo finds out someone knows of her past – the bad and…the bad – and even the circumstances of her birth, and is out to blackmail her boss, Kress, and ruin her. Not believing she can sink any lower, Kameo is still appalled at the way the information is delivered…and where.
M.W. Kress. An enigma unto himself. I had thought certain things through about him from book 1, but even my twisted mind didn’t go…there.
While trying to understand how and why she has become someone’s target, Kameo must reconcile with new revelations. The circumstances of her birth are not what she’s believed all her life, and she’s not whom she thought she was. Well, actually, she’s not sure who she is. Kameo has to open her mind to things ‘normal’ people would never believe. Even with doubts still pulling at her, Kameo knows what she’s seen…and experienced…is real.
With mild trepidation, Kameo decides to accept what is offered and steps out on Faith. (Did I really say, ‘Faith’?) This is when the story is bum-rushed by a tornado of a plot twist that left me just staring at the screen! Trying to kick start my brain, I proceed to the last chapter…and the annihilation of my brain was complete. I have no words.
Avarice Unforgiving is a complex, tightly written story – there is no wiggle room. And you will wiggle. It will make you squirm. Much of the world building includes things many of us have been taught or read. Avarice Unforgiving will challenge you.
Of course, it is a cliff-hanger! This author…maaan! Book 1 left me hanging on with two hands. Now, I’m hanging on with one hand…and reaching for book 3! There is a disclaimer at the book’s beginning – please read it! This is not a comfy, little read. Though short in length, you will not “breeze” through it. Much like Kameo Kross, you will be tormented…and you will enjoy it. Go ahead and 1-click. No judgments here.
Since starting her new job as the personal assistant to dominating M.W. Kress, Kami knows she going to have to make a decision to kick one of them to curb, she can just barely handle each on a one to one basis, but before she can choose fate intervenes not once but twice and her choices are taken away, but the final puzzle pieces of her mystery lovers finally put in place.
My enjoyment of this book waned somewhat towards the middle of the book, I guess I was somewhat naive in not knowing what direction this series was heading, but the demonic elements came about somewhat abruptly to me and just felt somewhat rushed. Still, Avarice Unforgiven is a buy, in my opinion, the author’s writing did keep me engaged to the end, but I’m not sure I’ll continue the series.
This is well-written erotica and there are multiple and very descriptive sex scenes involving bondage, anal and knife play.
This book was gifted to me exchange for an unbiased review!
The story continues as Kameo comes to grip with her past, her boss, her erotic needs, her future and what is going on in the world around her. I don’t do spoilers but I will say that the readers as well as Kameo are in for quite a shock as the plot thickens and more questions arise. Does Kameo know what she really wants and needs? Does her Boss? Does she ever get her memories from Halloween night back? Exactly Who is Kameo’s Boss and for that matter who is the Bull from Halloween night and the guy from the BDSM Club? Do any of them have true feelings for Kameo? This is a Very Dark Erotic Suspenseful Story that this reader HIGHLY recommends and personally can’t wait for book 3.
The erotica in this book was as intense as in book one. Mr Kress is still an intriguing Dom and the sexual tension is palpable.
There's a major twist in the story that I will not describe here, but I will say that it was unexpected and much needed. Just at the point when I was starting to lose my interest in the story, this twist turned the whole story upside down. It catapulted the book into another genre and for the good.
Why I give 4 stars instead of 5? Well, it had been a while since I had read book one and there were absolutely no flashbacks to what had happened before. It took me quite some time to get back into the story and figure out what had happened earlier. I would have appreciated some pointers.
I also thought some scenes were unbelievable. The scene where Kami hears about her heritage, she is tied down and still sort of in the middle of an intense play-scene. I thought that improbable. She is half in subspace and half giving lucid responses to what Mr Kress is telling her. I found that scene hard to believe.
Does that make this a bad book? No, not at all. I love the characters. They are deep and well-described. The story is captivating and I can't wait to read book 3.
I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.