Thursday, 27 March 2014

Review: Perfect Opposite

Perfect Opposite
Perfect Opposite by Zoya Tessi

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***

I liked this book. It was quick, easy and original. I've not read Anything with this sort of background before. Sasha's father is what I'm assuming is a Russian mobster style character. Anyway after something goes wrong with a partner of his, Sasha becomes his biggest target. In comes Alex, hired by her father as a 24/7 bodyguard of sorts. He is not your usual bodyguard. Covered in Tattoos, scars, and a Mohawk. It makes for some interesting situations. Sasha is funny, sharp and not as naive as everyone would think she is. She does get a little bit too brat like sometimes but she's funny with it. So the first 3/4's of the book is spent watching them interact and get closer. At one point, things get difficult and they end up relocating to his flat. That makes things very intense. The relationship between the 2 of the is addictive as it's really a love/hate relationship. I thought there might have been some hot scenes, they were laid out perfectly and the chemistry was really intense. Yet when it got to it, they were skipped. Maybe I was just being a perv, but I was kinda disappointed. The last chunk of book got really intense and changed everything around. I can't say much about it or it will spoil the whole book, but it definitely got very interesting and also really sad. On the whole great book! Nice and easy read.

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