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This book by Willow Winters left me completely breathless. Merciless is remarkable and stunning on so many levels. - Linda, Goodreads Reviewer
Emotional and Hard to put down! Carter and Aria's story will leave you absolutely speechless! - Rachal, Goodreads Reviewer
Carter and Aria's story is like no other you've ever read. The darkness, fear and trust will leave you wanting more. - Julie Jackson, Goodreads Reviewer
This book is AMAZING!!!! Carter is incredible! A wonderfully dark read. - Sue, Goodreads Reviewer
Dark, sexy and incredibly masterful, Carter and Aria's story had me riveted from beginning to end... - Nightbird Novels
Merciless was a phenomenally written story that intensely captivated me whole body and soul. Words cannot even begin to describe the overwhelming emotion that I felt while reading. - Aurora, Whoo Gives a Hoot
Merciless will leave you speechless and craving more, a highly addictive new addition to Willow Winters book repitwa. Willow has written a gripping story line that is brutal, dark, yet beautifully constructed and emotionally it pulls you in. - Beyond the Covers Blog
Merciless has that touch of dark that has your soul begging for more. The writing is edgy and draws you in. Carter and Aria make you feel things you never thought you'd feel. - Julia, Red Hatter Book Blog
Carter is King & I'd Kneel for Him - QueenBeeQT
- Publication Date : May 15, 2018
- File Size : 2243 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 275 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07B4V3Y51
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #602 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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1. For a book that is supposed to be a dark romance there is absolutely no romance. I’m not sure when kidnapping someone, starving them, mentally torturing them and forcing them to give you sex because the only other choice is to die of starvation became ethically ok to write about. In fact the one word we hear from Aria over and over again is FEAR.
As multiple other reviewers have said Stockholm Syndrome. I love a good dark romance however this book is not that at all.
2. I’m so tired of authors using a cliffhanger ending to get you to buy more books. What purpose did the ending here serve? There was no resolution whatsoever for any of the characters. We barely learned anything about the characters in this book.
3. Carter has no compassion or light. All he cares about is breaking Aria and owning her. He doesnt actually care anything about her as a person. Anti-heroes can make for very interesting and complex characters. Carter is none of these. He is the same person at the beginning as he is at the end.
In short this book is vastly overrated and underwritten. Not going to read the second book.
Holy mind wreck!
A gripping tale of the darkness in two lost souls, this romance is not for the faint of heart... Ms. Winters draws a compelling, detailed, heart twisting, sometimes maddening relationship between the individually different, broken pair- Carter and Aria.
Intricately detailed, with so much heart gah! This storyline keeps sucking me in.. I am fully invested now- more than ever!
I eagerly await the next book!
All of that aside, the author still needs to get an editor to help her develop her writing. Her metaphors are painful to read, dialog is stilted, and Characters are sparse in motivation and underdeveloped from a reader perspective.
Her name is Aria Talvery and she is the daughter of the most violet crime family of them all. Her mother was murdered in front of her when she was only eight years old. She has never been okay since. Her father is a crook, but has kept her safe. She loves to draw, and hides away in her room. Away from all the madness and danger. But one day someone stole her precious drawing pad that held a picture of her deceased mother. She left the safety of her home and father's protection in hope of getting it back. That was the day her life changed forever!!
Carter Cross is the oldest of the four Cross brothers and head of a drug cartel. He took over the territory from his father, and along with his three brothers Jase, Daniel, and Declan rules with an iron fist. He never shows mercy and is plain heartless. He is domineering, controlling, and extremely possessive. He wanted nothing to do with the war between Talvery and the Romanos. He felt it had nothing to do with them. What he did want and was going to get was Nicholas Talvery's daughter Aria as his own. He took her from her family. Locked her in a room and told her in simple words that her former life was over and she belonged to him.
Carter and Aria's story is far from over and doesn't end with this book. Their story will continue in W Winters next book HEARTLESS.
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The writing fails to make this a dark erotica, instead it's just not pleasant to read what he does to her and it's definitely not sexy. There is nothing sexy about a broken girl being forced to submit. I hated the other male character's, like Daniel and Jase, for standing back and allowing him to abuse her in the cell for weeks. So I won't be reading their stories.
With mistakes from the start, typos, words out of order, paragraphs that are only a couple of sentences long, actions, inner monologues that don't fit, unbelievable scenes, a weak plot with holes and a cliff hanger too, this is seriously not a good read. Not well constructed and not well written.
A spine tingling and Angsty Must Read! 🖤
Carter Cross!?! - I hated him but at the same time I just could not help but love him- he’s ruthless m, powerful dangerous but hot! 🔥
This story is very much a dark romance that’s gripping and addictive - it’s a story you are drawn into where you cannot put it down- I read feeling anxious throughout and it had me on the edge of my seat! I kept looking at how much was left and wondering where on earth was this going and how’s it going to end- it’s definitely not a story you can predict let me tell you ! you will be reading it with bated breath!! I found Merciless to be probably one of the darkest I’ve read of Willows, so intense and deep yet captivating and as usual she’s left us craving more!
Also allowing her to kill someone will devastate her.
I have read two books from this author and they promise to make good reading but the manipulation of the female characters shows a fundamental weakness in their in their make up. The male characters on the other hand are described how women would like to have their men - strong . They don't live up to this though and are usually blunt and a bit self absorbed. This is my last book by her.