10 Feb 2020

A Lovely Obsession | Review

Title: A Lovely Obsession
Series: Debt of Passion Duet #1
Author: Coralee June
Pages: 198 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 10 February 2020
Rating: ★★★★★

Synopsis

My guardian angel is a devil in disguise.
He hates me. He protects me.

He watches me.

My stalker is obsessed with keeping me safe. He calls me his prettiest debt.

An assassin in the notorious Bullet gang, he uses his empire to control my life. Everything I know is a lie.

What started as a debt turned into something more. What started as regret turned into obsession.

Ambition is his muse and I am his conscience. Our past may bind us together, but his enemies will tear us apart.

My guardian angel is a devil in disguise.
He hates me. He protects me.

And I think I love him.

*A Lovely Obsession is a spin-off from the Bullets series. This is not a reverse harem but a completely new book with new characters in the bullet world.* 


Review

This book was provided by the author through Wildfire Marketing Solutions in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Coralee June and Wildfire Marketing Solutions!

A Lovely Obsession is the first book in the Debt of Passion Duet and tells the story of Roe and Hunter.  

A Lovely Obsession is the first book I’ve read by Coralee June and now I’ll have to read all her other books. She’s such a good writer and A Lovely Obsession was such a good book and I couldn’t put it down. I love Romantic Suspense books and this one was just amazing!

A Lovely Obsession is a book about Roe and Hunter. They share a past even though Roe doesn’t know it. I think that Roe is such an amazing character that’s been through some stuff and she’s so strong. Hunter is a bit twisted but I cannot not love, you know. He’s bad and dangerous but he has a special place in his heart for Roe.

A Lovely Obsession was such a wonderful book, and I really enjoyed this story. I hated how this book ended so I cannot wait for the second book in the duet, A Lovely Confession!

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