Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Obliterate by Autumn Grey (Havoc, #2)

Obliterate 
by Autumn Grey

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Havoc - Book 2
Publication Date: January 5, 2015
Publisher: AG
Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance
Available from: Amazon

Synopsis:

"I knew the moment I gave in to pursuing Selene that trouble would follow me. It always does. I should have resisted."

Remington St. Germain is at a crossroads. He can either go after the one person who makes him feel as if he matters—the only person to ever calm the demons that roam his mind—or forget about her. The latter is not an option, even though there is a chance she might reject him. But, damn it all to hell, he will convince her. He has to. Otherwise, he will be right back where he was before she came into his life.

Selene Michaels' stay in Paris is only temporary. She shouldn't get too attached to Remington and his son, Adrien. But, Remington makes her feel alive and reckless, and Adrien makes her loss almost bearable. They complete her. She has a feeling there is more to Remington than a doting single father and her overprotective Prince Charming. Besides, the risk of being with them still looms closeby and she will do anything to keep them safe.

Sometimes life gives you a second chance. But what happens when danger threatens that chance?


Obliterate (Havoc, #2)My Review
Obliterate by Autumn Grey

Be still, my racing heart! Autumn Grey is back with book two of the Havoc series, Obliterate and she continues to scorch each page with the tension, passion and intrigue begun in Havoc. Remington, Selene and Adrien are still caught up in the deadly and twisted sights of evil. Can Remington stay away from Selene? Can he let her leave Paris, leave him, leave Adrien? Time for action, time to pull out all of the stops and stop letting fear dictate the world he is used to controlling.

Two people, desperately in love, needing what the other has to give to complete them and make them feel alive, needing to own a future that promises all the best life has to offer. Is it possible to keep a firm line drawn in the sand, no thoughts of permanent attachment, live for the day, enjoy each other for now and let go when it is time? Is that even safe or is it time to take a united stand and end the threat that haunts Remington and those he loves? Chaotic? Yes. Gut wrenching? Yes.

Apparently Autumn Grey held back a little heat in book one, because Obliterate is like a supernova of tension, passion and emotion between Remington and Selene, as they once again had me reaching for the ice water, smelling salts and oven mitts. Ms. Grey can scorch a scene into your memory as Remington and Selene prove to each other that there can be no other, ever. The way she incorporates evil, danger and even the sweetness of a young child without missing a beat is astounding. The desperation is clear, the need is clear, and even the hope for the future is clear, I think the only thing steamed up were my glasses, go figure, it’s not like I kept re-reading those pages, much!

Seriously, these are characters to root for, a plot to be intrigued by and one talented author.



 

2 comments:

  1. What a great review! I love it love it love it!!! thank you for reading and reviewing Obliterate, Dii. <3

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