Thursday, March 9, 2017

Review: Hell Breaks Loose by Sophie Jordan


Hell Breaks Loose


Author: Sophie Jordan
Publisher: Avon
Series: Devil's Rock #2
Pages: Mass Market Paperback, 359 pages
Genre: Romance
Release Date: July 26th 2016



Summary:

Hell hath no hunger like a man let out of a cage . . .

Shy and awkward, First Daughter Grace Reeves has always done what she’s told. Tired of taking orders, she escapes her security detail for a rare moment of peace. Except her worst nightmare comes to life when a ruthless gang of criminals abducts her. Her only choice is to place her trust in Reid Allister, an escaped convict whose piercing gaze awakens something deep inside her. Reid is nothing like her other captors.

He’s tougher, smarter…and one blistering look from him makes her hotter than any man ever has.

Reid spent years plotting escape and revenge . . .years without a woman in his bed. For this hardened felon, Grace Reeves isn’t just out of his league—she’s from another planet, but that doesn’t stop him from wanting her. Escaping Devil’s Rock was tough, but resisting this woman could be the end of him. For a man with nothing to lose, protecting her . . . claiming her as his own, becomes more necessary than his next breath.




Review:

This is so well written. Let me tell you! Brilliant. I was sure I wasn't going to fall for the Stockholm Syndrome love affair.. BUT I so so did.

I adore Reid. Completely fell for him. Really like Grace as well.
Love their chemistry and totally got their attraction and all that.
The thing that however didn't work for me: the last bit of the story line. There is this huge build up. Then the reckoning is supposedly happening.. and it was just meh. Somehow it just fizzled out.

*warning! There might be some minor spoilers after this*

I mean what was she thinking walking through the front door knowing what Sullivan had planned? But even worse the reaction of her father, and well actually I would have been fine with that sorta. Except that then they just decided to go another way - the end.
Also the sudden big love declarations felt too rushed. It was too much.

The end felt too convenient and rushed.

Still bloody brilliantly written. I can't wait for the next novel!!


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