Review of Chaotic: Ruthless Asylum, Book Two by K. L. Savage

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Everyone deserves to be loved and cared for, no matter who they are.

Chloe and Zain have an obsessive, honest love for each other. Their lives are intertwined in ways that are hard to understand. They may not have conventional lives, or the clearest minds, but their souls are connected and if they can’t be with each other they can’t breathe. Zain’s comparisons of how he misses Chloe are great, “I miss her like fire would miss burning everything in its path. I miss her like a serial killer who doesn’t get to kill. I miss her like the heart would miss blood”.

I love all of the characters in the Ruthless books, whether it’s the Ruthless Kings or the Ruthless Asylum books. They are characters that feel as if you would love to have them as a part of your life. If you don’t know them, you want to know them. While the characters in the Ruthless Asylum books have some type of mental illness, they are characters that draw you in and make your life more fulfilling. K. L. Savage writes great characters that stay with you long after you’ve read their story. I love Zain and Chloe and their love story is epic. The world may think that Zain and Chloe should be cared for, but they may the sanest people around. They see the world through the eyes of victims and the darkness around them, but they live simple lives and are happy as long as they are left alone. While the characters in the Ruthless Asylum series are considered escapees, they are living life to its fullest and they have the Ruthless Kings to guide them, help them, and protect them. They’re part of the family, some by blood, but most by choice. I love the scene with Tool and Zain, “The ghost is clear”. I thought this was the funniest explanation of the use of this statement. I give this book a 5-star review and am so excited for more books by K.L. Savage.

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