Bad (Bad. Dirty. Power., #1) by L.P. Lovell, Stevie J. Cole
Published by Indie on November 9, 2017
Genres: Romance, Suspense
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True power is never held by good men, only the most perfect of villains. And she and I are both villains...
I stole her, and she's so very angry. The cartel princess doesn't like being a pretty little pawn. She fights me when she should fear me. But oh, how her defiance excites me.
She would kill me if she could, and I'd ruin her if I had an ounce less control. What a twisted game we play with sweet threats and cruel promises. I crave her madness in the most depraved ways because I know she'll be so beautiful when she bleeds.
A queen who could set the world on fire and a king who would call it rain. Two very bad people who want very bad things are never safe together.
Some love stories have no heroes.
“I want to fuck him almost as much as I want to kill him…perhaps both at the same time?”
WOW. That’s seriously the only way that I can even begin to start this review with. I love but LP Lovell and Stevie J. Cole’s writing and they’ve given us some pretty fucked up shit before. If you haven’t read The Game Series by these two amazing authors, than you’re missing out. I say all of that because I thought that series was twisted and these two couldn’t get much darker. WRONG. With Bad, they delivered us a twisted story full of blood lust and power that consumed me from the moment I read the prologue. SERIOUSLY, the prologue starts off with a bang.
I don’t even know how to give this book the justice that it deserves. It has the Bravata and Cartels. It has politics. It’s full of danger and some seriously messed up shit. Yet, the mastermind behind it all, Ronan exudes power and confidence and you can’t help but fall in love with his twisted mind.
Camilla is a complete bad ass and is honestly Ronan’s match. The things that the two of them thrive on is dangerous, life threatening and exhilarating. You wouldn’t think one person enjoys that kind of pain let alone another. Everything about them screams each other’s equal but they operate as they are the only one that can survive.
When Ronan takes Camilla, he tries to break her down and keep her fire going all at the same time. They dance our each other and the danger with what seems like little regard for their lives. The passion between them is pulsating and I couldn’t get enough.
I’ll say it. It ends on one hell of a cliffhanger but it’s one of those cliffhangers that I absolutely love. I needed the outcome yesterday so now my stomach is in knots as I anxiously wait until I can get my hands on the next book and find out what happens with these two strong and passionate messed up souls. Well done, Ladies. I absolutely loved it.