White Collared #3: Revenge by Shelly Bell Review


Motivated by honor … After a gruesome discovery, the men in Kate's life unite to protect her from imminent danger, but Jaxon becomes consumed by the fierce desire to possess her fully. Kate trusts him enough to surrender to him in the bedroom, but she still fears the vulnerability of complete and utter submission.
Enslaved by pleasure … Jaxon continues to push Kate's sexual and emotional boundaries, penetrating her defenses and crumbling the walls she has built around the painful memories of her past. But just as she opens her heart and accepts a future with Jaxon, the devastating truth about Alyssa's death shatters the tenuous bond they share, testing their relationship and propelling her directly into the path of a desperate murderer.


We start this book where we left off. Kate has found Hannah stabbed in her apartment on her return from speaking to Martha. Jaxon comes to be with Kate and questions her about her feelings Nick. Nick comes to Kate's aid too, but realizes there is something going on between her and Jaxon.
Both of them want to protect Kate, especially as this attack hit so close to home. But who is the attacker? And why does he/she have Kate so firmly in their sights.
The awesomeness of Shelly Bell and Revenge are just mind blowing. I was gripped to this book from the first sentence. It felt like I was there, it did not, at any point feel like I was reading a book
This book earns 10 out of 10 from me for blowing my mind!

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