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Hotness Rating 4 out of 5
I don't even know where to start I loved this book so much! Heaven and Hell by Kristen Ashley had me captivated by page one. I don't know what it was about Sampson Cooper and Kia Clementine, but I just couldn't get enough.
Like all of Kristen Ashley's bad*ss characters Sam was flawed in so many ways. Truly I think this is why I love her books so much! Regardless of those flaws he remained the perfect guy and exactly what Kia needed. I mean how could he not be flawed. He was haunted by the death of his brother while serving his country, joined up to honor his brother and then lost his very best friend tragically, yet he carried on every day.
Kia suffered terrible abuse at the hands of her husband, yet it never made her weak or afraid to live. I admired her in so many ways. Her strength, zest for life and overall friendliness made me want to know her in real life or be her in real life.
The supporting characters made this book that much better. I am absolutely in love with the community of Kingston, North Carolina. I just know there are more stories to come from this group and I can't wait.
Side note: The ending of this book rocked! I loved, loved, loved it!
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Her life is everything you expect from fiction but it also everything that happens in reality.
Kia was abused by her husband. He was killed, she got the insurance money, learned he hired a hitman to kill her and live happily with his lover.
After her husband died, Kia turned her life around. She took a long vacation in Europe where she met her celebrity crush Sam.
Kia and Sam hooked up early on in the book. Sam was protective but Kia was guarded. She shared with Sam but not everything.
As things progressed between them, Sam and Kia came back to the US, Sam net Kia's family. Secrets and regrets were revealed.
Kia had a lot of healing to do, and she also had to deal with the hitman send to kill her.
Sam took on the job of protecting her with help from his friends (Lee among them!!!).
While Kia was open and working towards building something new with Sam, he was keeping secrets. He hadn’t dealt with his past and his brother's death.
Naturally that caused friction between them. Kia wanted to be an equal in the relationship and Sam had to let her in.
Loved the book, the issues he dealt with, the strength of the heroine, her family and friends, supporting her in everything and helping her move on to something better and satisfying.
CW/TW: Discussion of domestic abuse.