Saturday, May 18, 2019

RELEASE BLITZ & REVIEW - Darkest Deeds (Cavalieri Della Morte) by Cora Kenborn

Title: Darkest Deeds
Series: Cavalieri Della Morte
Author: Cora Kenborn
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: May 16, 2019 
Cover Design: Jay Aheer - Simply Defined Art

No one is innocent in the eyes of the Cavalieri Della Morte.
If your name ends up on my list, your time is up.
Two days ago, I paid a price to fulfill a vendetta. Twenty minutes ago, I threw it all away.
Stolen in the night. Held against her will. Bound to a monster.
I came to take her life but claimed it instead.
I warn her not to trust men with sin on their lips and ice in their veins.
She cautions me not to be deceived by my own eyes.
What started out as a quest for retribution has become a game of survival.
They say three can keep a secret if two of them are dead.
Challenge accepted.

From start to finish, this particular book held me captive from start to finish and I loved every heartpounding, jaw-dropping moment of this story. While each book has been engaging, I liked that this was a bit a longer because we get more twists, turns and explosive moments within a well-written, fleshed out story. Plenty of detail, but not so much as to bog down the story with unnecessary words. Not gonna lie, there were a couple of times I wanted to shake Niko and his treatment of Ava, but at the same time I could understand how he could have reached the (wrong) conclusion lol.

As for Niko and Ava themselves, they both come from crappy backgrounds that have obviously shaped them into the people we meet in this story, and while they're damaged, they've both got an inner strength that allows them to keep moving forward, no matter what life could possibly throw at them.

International bestselling author Cora Kenborn writes twisted romances about damaged bad boys and feisty heroines. From her sexy dark romances to her laugh out loud romcoms, Cora promises her readers a happily ever after, although she'll take them on an emotional roller coaster before handing it over.

A Southern girl from North Carolina, Cora says "y'all" way too much and has a lifelong addiction to sweet tea. She refuses to "adult" without coffee, thinks pajamas are acceptable daywear, and considers note-taking during true crime shows to be perfectly normal. Cora spends any free time she has avoiding laundry and convincing her family that microwaving Hot Pockets counts as cooking dinner.

Oh, and autocorrect thinks she's obsessed with ducks.

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