Review of Remi’s War by V.F. Mason @Author_VFMason @ElleWoodsPR

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5 out of 5

He’s wanted one woman for many years, but only to get back what was taken from him and get revenge. When he runs into a beautiful woman at the airport, he believes it to be the woman he’s been obsessed with, but she has no idea who he is. Remi is determined to get his revenge and the woman he’s been obsessed with for year, but is his plan going to work?


She had no idea she had family living in the states, let alone a sister. When she is finally able to fly to the states to meet her sister, a lot of unexpected issues come up and the meeting is delayed. When she finally does meet her, all of her ideas of a happy family reunion are thrown out the window and stomped on. Penelope has always thought that she was not wanted or cared about with the exception of her uncle that took her in when she was just a child. Now there’s a man that has claimed that she will be his wife, but she’s not the woman he wants. Can they find a Happily Ever After with each other and find love?


I love the Four Dark Horsemen and V.F. Mason’s writing style. She writes, dark, dangerous, broken characters that are possessive and love obsessively when it comes to their families, but they have flaws. They are dark, deadly, possessive, and dangerous, but they turn to mush when it comes to their kids and their women. I loved the bonus chapter for Remi! I loved this book and look forward to more. The characters are great and interesting to read, and the stories leave me drained with all of the pain and darkness, but I wouldn’t want it any other way. I give this book a 5-star review and look forward to more books by V. F. Mason.

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