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One glance across a dim, crowded room. That’s all it took for my life to change.
One moment. One look. One touch. From him…
The man with no name. He is everywhere I go and everywhere I turn. He is in my thoughts and daydreams. He’s a constant want and need I can’t escape.
I don’t want to.
The closer he gets the more I crave him. I crave his intensity and his fire. I crave his biting words and rough touches. He’s unlike anyone I’ve ever known, and his touch is unlike anything I’ve ever felt.
He unravels me. My life. Everything I’ve ever known, until all that’s left are secrets that never seem to end.
Until all that’s left is ashes and blood.
Until we burn.
I had such a great time being in the company of Leo, Cassie, Christoffer and Arabella. Burn was a thrilling and entertaining story that kept me glued to the pages. I simply couldn’t get enough of these characters.
The story kicks of with a death and from that point on it’s full steam ahead. Cassie and Leo are freaking amazing and intoxicating. From their first stare off to them slowly getting to know one another to them getting involved emotionally and intimately. Their chemistry is off the charts hot and Leo has a deliciously dirty mouth. A catnip of mine and couldn’t stop drooling and wishing I was in Cassie’s shoes.
Leo has a few skeletons in his closet and they have made him the man he is today. Flawed, tough and ruthless and when it comes to Cassie it’s doubled cause he will do anything to make sure she’s safe and his. I didn’t like Cassie at first. She came off as a little naive but she slowly comes out of her shell and finds her voice thanks to Leo.
Burn has its twists and turns along the way and I enjoyed that cause it sets up book 2 perfectly. An ending I didn’t expect but am so excited about cause I get to be with these characters for another book.
4 Buttercup Stars.
MEET THE AUTHOR
Alexandra Silva is a lover of words and romance. She blames the classics and a nutty English teacher for her obsession with books and fiction. Come rain or shine with either coffee or wine in hand you can find her with her nose stuck in a book and her head in the clouds. She lives in London outnumbered by her very loud boys, with her very own hero and their two wild cats—Jack and Jill.