Review of “Killing for Her”, by Alexis Abbott @AbbottAuthor


One kill is all it takes for her to be mine.

She’s just a pawn in the Bratva’s games. A virginal prize, exchanged from one boss to another. Her perfect curves and that sparkling smile, she’d be deadly if she hadn’t been sheltered from the mafia’s wicked world.

Now she’s being thrust into it.

A marriage to a man I know has a terrible temper and a cruel sense of torture.

She deserves better. Better than him.

Better than me.

But I never said I’d save her out of the goodness in my heart.

I’ll save her. I’ll protect her.

And I will claim her. Even if it means the wrath of every family in Brighton Beach descends upon me.


My Review:

The ruthlessness of Nikolai is so powerful in the beginning, but the sweet side to him is a whole different man. He’s a killer, but he’s only doing what he has to do.

I loved this story and loved reading Nikolai, Anastasia, and Maxym. The planning and the desire for revenge keep Nikolai going and help him to get through each day. When he has to take a detour from his plans though, he finds his light.

This was a quick paced book that kept me turning the pages. I hated to put it down I was sad when it was finished, but I loved the ending. I wanted more of Nikolai and Anastasia. I also wanted to know more about what happens to Nikolai’s friends. I look forward to more and hope that there is more to this story and Maxym.

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