The Killmores (Killmore #2) by Martha Sweeney – Review by Gail Guerrero

The Killmores (Killmore #2)The Killmores by Martha Sweeney
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Killmores (Killmore #2) by Martha Sweeney

Four Stars

There was so much pain in this story. Laurie and Aiden didn’t have much peace in their relationship. There is something constantly getting in the way. Their relationship felt like it was on borrowed time. The story was always in movement. It felt like there was always something happening. It was suspenseful and action filled. The story was far from predictable. I don’t know where to focus because so much happened. Aiden is a really strong character he feels with his whole heart. He doesn’t just state pretty words. I liked that the author gave him a voice and didn’t just focus on Laurie’s POV. I like the direction this story took at first but by like close to the end I was getting upset. I was not expecting what happened to happen. I was in shock. I was literally on the edge of my bed like OMG! This series has got something good going. Strong writing skills and a great character development. The author has done really well putting together this book. It has definitely caught my attention.
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