✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 4 ⭐️ Review: K. Webster’s Death Wish βœπŸ»

Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Trigger Warning: SA is spoken of and attempted

K. Webster’s Death Wish provides the best ending to her duet that began with Triple Threat. As I explained in that review, I love when an author takes the former villains of a story and humanizes them for purposes of a different story. In Death Wish, the triplets of her popular Cinderella Trilogy have become the heroes, working to save Landry, the story’s female protagonist. At the end of the first book, Landry finds herself in the hands of the triplets after escaping her father’s abuse. Her entire focus is on protecting her younger sister, Della. And for a short time in Death Wish, they are safe, and the triplets, Scout, Sully, and Sparrow, have claimed her. However, when her father finds her, they must work to rescue her again from his clutches. Death Wish is erotic and entertaining. K. Webster isn’t trying to make something complicated of her romance here. It’s dark and smutty, Webster’s signature all over it. There is a happy ending here; however, Landry must fight evil to get there, finding herself forever in the hands of the Terrible Threesome. Interestingly enough, it’s exactly where she wants to be. K. Webster’s Death Wish is a quick read meant to titillate and steam your glasses. If that’s your jam, you’ll want to read this duet. 

In love and romance,

Professor A

Author:

I teach students to write for college. I love to read writers who write romance. Why not review and promote the writing of people who love to write romance? Win-win for me

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