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Mr. X

*Author Note: This is not your average romance story. Some people will kill for love.*

He’s come to kill me.

I’m a user and abuser of my own body. In my darkest hour I sold my soul to the devil and now I must pay the price. With his gun to my head I have no choice but to listen and obey, but I refuse to go down easily. Nothing is stronger than the will to survive. My instinc

He’s come to kill me.

I’m a user and abuser of my own body. In my darkest hour I sold my soul to the devil and now I must pay the price. With his gun to my head I have no choice but to listen and obey, but I refuse to go down easily. Nothing is stronger than the will to survive. My instincts kicked into full gear the second he stepped into my motel room.

Except when I look at him I see my own heart staring back at me. A history tainted by blood.

I don’t know his name, but I know he wants me. To save myself I’ll sacrifice my sanity. My body. My soul. Something tells me the x-shaped scar that marks his eye is the only escape I have. He is Mr. X: the man who comes to claim my life. Can I save myself before he demands my heart?

WARNING: This book contains very disturbing situations, dubious consent, breath deprivation, strong language, drugs and alcohol, and graphic violence.
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    Lady Vigilante (Feifei)

    Jul 09, 2014

    rated it
    it was ok

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    2 stars!

    Though entertaining, Mr. X completely missed the mark as a dark read for me. Additionally, the book kept running in circles and Mr. X’s reasoning for revenge was lame. Sorry, there aren’t pictures here!

    The story is a twisted romance between Jay, the druggie heroine and Mr. X, a deadly assassin who hates her for some unknown reason. I honestly can’t say more about the book plot because a fairly large portion is them having super hot, kinky sex. The way the story unfolded, however, was ela

    Though entertaining, Mr. X completely missed the mark as a dark read for me. Additionally, the book kept running in circles and Mr. X’s reasoning for revenge was lame. Sorry, there aren’t pictures here!

    The story is a twisted romance between Jay, the druggie heroine and Mr. X, a deadly assassin who hates her for some unknown reason. I honestly can’t say more about the book plot because a fairly large portion is them having super hot, kinky sex. The way the story unfolded, however, was elaborate and well-thought out – dual POVs, specific time stamps that don’t make much sense in the beginning but will after the first quarter of the book, and appropriate flashback scenes that provided additional information about these characters.

    Unfortunately, I had problems with the book from the beginning up to the end and while I desperately wanted to be fully invested in the story, I just couldn’t.

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    Example:

    “…it surprises me that he has clearly deviated from his plan. His plan to kill me. He didn’t. He still hasn’t. That’s my way in.”

    I would like to point out that as the reader, I can clearly see that Mr. X didn’t kill her, hasn’t killed her, and will probably never kill her. I can make my own inferences from actions so I felt like reiterations such as the one above were unnecessary.

    This next thing I’m about to say is strictly my own opinion but this book strongly reminded me of the Monsters in the Dark series by Pepper Winters. I understand that for a sub-genre like dark romance, many themes will converge and similarities are to be expected; however, when I’m constantly reminded of other books in my current read, it’s kinda hard to be invested in the story. The bird symbolism was cutting it close as well.

    “I’m not just a monster, I’m your monster.”

    Additionally, there are some scenes in this book that are absolutely preposterous and just don’t make sense. There’s this one part where Mr. X visits an informant to learn who hired a hit on Jay and with the torture, the screaming, etc…it’s odd that no one noticed the noise. The author notes that the guy lives in downtown San Antonio too…there’s another scene where he threatens a prostitute to do his dirty work and the way that part was told, it just made me go WTF. I mean, in real life, you don’t just wave a gun and expect the person to magically obey your every whim once you turn around and leave. Of course the person would do the sane thing and call police or not bother to show up afterwards. But no, since this is fiction, it absolutely makes sense that the prostitute does everything he tells her to do.

    Lastly but most importantly, Mr. X’s basis for his entire revenge against Jay is ridiculous. Basically, he blames her for something she has no part in. Here’s Mr. X’s reasoning:

    “You seduced me. You should’ve known.”

    Basically, he got facially disfigured and scarred because he had feelings for her when they were young and while he should have focused 100% of the resentment on the people that hurt him, he directed all his hate on Jay.

    …………………………

    I’m really starting to notice a trend in “dark romance” stories such as this one – the build up and tension may be fantastic but when it gets down to the reasoning it always sucks ass. Take Raw, Bang, and Number Thirteen for an example. There’s also an added twist to why Jay should hate Mr. X and when he reveals that to her he completely trivializes it. Makes a joke of it and expects it to be okay. Honestly, the whole part where he reveals his reasoning just pissed me off completely. I felt cheated. The author dangled his BIG OL’ SECRET for the entire book:

    “There aren’t a lot of people I don’t hate, but I hate her especially.”

    “You’re here because you were meant to be here. The choices you made all led you to this point in time. There is no denying that this is your fault too.”

    “I wanted her to live with the pain, the regret, the anger, the hurt…”

    So I really expected the reason to be GOOD, you know? Not some flimsy excuse to enact diabolical revenge on the poor girl. (hide spoiler)]

    However, I did enjoy the ending and I loved it when the author finally revealed Mr. X’s name, very symbolic! It’s unfortunate that I spent most of the book jotting down things I had problems with. Please don’t be discouraged by my review, though. Give it a shot! After all, I am an oddball…

    ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
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