Sunday, June 22, 2014

Eliza's Review: COME (Dirty, Dark, and Deadly, #1)

COME (Dirty, Dark, and Deadly, #1)

Title: COME (Dirty, Dark, and Deadly, #1)
Series: Yes
Author: J.A. Huss
Release Date: , 2014
Rating: 4.5 "Lionfish" Stars
Cliffhanger:. Prequel

My name is James Fenici and you will never see me coming. I walk the shadows like darkness itself. I hide in the corners where nobody looks. I live by no rules, I have no boundaries, I take no prisoners, and I never, ever blink. I am not your knight in shining armor; I’m your worst nightmare. 

My name is James Fenici and you are my target. Only one of us is getting out alive, and that’s not gonna be you. Once your name is on my list, your life is over. It’s a deal I make with death, it’s a contract I sign in blood, it’s forgone conclusion—get used to it.

My name is James Fenici and I’m as dirty as they come. But then one day I saw her. And every monster I thought I was. Every fact I thought I knew. Every dirty promise I ever turned down came back to slap me in the face.

My name is James Fenici and I think I am in love.

If this is the Prequel I honestly can't wait for the full book!

I thought I was reading a simple story about a girl who wanted to stay invisible and a man who "saw" her. I was wrong.

Harper's "existence" is quiet and unassuming, so it may seem. As the layers to the story unravel we discover our innocent heroine is also a "Little Soldier"
Alone and on the run we get snippets of who she's running from and what she's looking for.

As much as she tries to stay hidden, she's caught the attention of someone. Mr Beautiful, James, Number 6. He has his own mission, he has his own past and his own demons but nothing that will get in the way of him finally having Harper.

As readers we get the feeling that apart from observing her as he has been, he's known Harper. I won't lie, sometimes I thought he was a bit of a creeper but he's also extremely hot and protective of her, it was easily forgiven.

As much as I like James I was left wondering whether he could really be trusted, would Harper's loneliness cloud her judgement? We'll soon see!

"COME" was more than I imagined and I'm happy about that, maybe it's the way J.A. Huss writes or that I haven't read a book of this nature done well before but I loved it.


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