Wednesday, 29 March 2017

REVIEW - Salvations Inferno - Kat Mizera



TITLE - Salvation's Inferno

AUTHOR - Kat Mizera







BLURB:


Baseball superstar Dante Lamonte is a broken man. Reeling from the horrific double murder that took the lives of his pregnant fiancée as well as his best friend, he turns to alcohol and kinky sex for solace. But there is no relief for him.

Becca Hernandez is a sweet, professional young woman who's never had much luck with men—or sex. She treasures memories of a one-night stand with the mesmerizing baseball player who rocked her world physically and emotionally. If only he wasn’t way out of her league.

When their paths cross again, the sparks of passion burn hotter than ever, and this time it's Dante who needs Becca. She's just not sure she can live with his unorthodox sexual activities. When details of their night of kinky fun are leaked to the press, Becca stands to lose everything—her job, her reputation, and the man she loves. Dante has to battle both inner demons and real-life foes to save the woman he loves, but time may be running out.



REVIEW:



“Let's talk about kink, 3 stars”

When you look up the definition of independent woman you see the heroine Rebecca. She helped her mother financially as a teenager and later became the breadwinner as an adult. 
Not a day has gone by where she had been taken care of..until she has a one night stand. She asked him to show her pleasure. Boy did he! But he was off limits.

Dante is a bad boy to the core. He knows what people want and how to deliver. As part of the public eye he's used to performing. When he loses three of the closest people to him he starts to go down a dark path, but a woman unknowingly pulls him back. Is he capable of love?

Dante and Becca have passion, an abundance of it. In Salvations Inferno you have a little BDSM, not much but enough. Dante and Becca know how to burn up the sheets. I never thought I’d say this but it was almost too much. 

Becca is independent but insecure, almost to the point it cripples her. Around every corner she's second guessing herself and it was annoying. Poor Dante didnt know how to react. 

The book had heat, but lacked the little moments. The moments that actually make up the relationship. It was almost as if the author sped through those moments, so I couldn’t connect or become attached to the characters. I found it really disappointing. And it was one hurtle after another. The twists the book did have were crazy in a good way though. Maybe its just me but I wish the book had a little less bedroom and second guessing and a little more laughter and happiness.


Star Ratings:
Plot-5 /5
Characters- 3/5
Heat- 5/5
Writing style- 3/5
Overall- 3/5