Showing posts with label Cassia Leo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cassia Leo. Show all posts

Saturday, 13 September 2014

Edible: sex tape By Cassia Leo

Max Milan was destined for a decadent future. A penthouse in Vegas. A villa in the Mexican Riviera. Luxury sports cars. And unlimited stops at the pussy buffet.

Then he made one tiny—epic—sex tape and it all came crashing down.

Now he’s trying to get back on his feet, trying to secure a deal that will put him back in the spotlight. 

Then she turns up.

She’s his potential new agent. And he’s never needed to ace an interview this badly. If he can only convince her that he’s not just an ex-con—and ex-boyfriend—with an unsavory past. 

He’s Max Milan. And he’s downright edible

The blurb is longer than this lol. I know they're meant to be short stories, but there wasn't a story. In fact, I'd bet money that my review is longer than the story lol. 
I didn't see the point in this being published. Unless I'm missing something and this was just the beginning of a book. I'm not sure. I love all Cassia Leo's books, but this one wasn't for me at all. 

The cover's hot though right?

Friday, 4 July 2014

Unmasked Volume two By Cassia Leo

I left my former life – and my mask – behind. 

Running from a past where I was born unloved. A past where I was betrayed by love. 

Running from an organization with limitless power and stealth. Running for my life. 

I never expected to find love on the run. Not in a tiny seaside town on an island in the middle of nowhere. 

Not without my mask. 

But it seems as if my sad story is being rewritten with someone else’s pen. But whose pen is it? 

This question haunts me day and night. And I get my answer on a perfectly decadent evening. When I come home to find my bedroom perfumed with the scent of death. 

He’s here.

Ahhhhh, short story, short review. 
I couldn't put it down. 
It was read within the hour, like always, and I was completely annoyed when it come to an end. 
I'm seriously annoyed that she has jumped into bed with someone else so quickly. 
But WOW!! Cassia Leo sure know's how to keep us gripped to a story. I feel like I just get into it, them bam THE END!! Keeping up to date with this series though. 
Oh, and the price thing is an issue. For such a short novel, I wouldn't charge so much for it. £1.81 I personally think is to much for something so short. I wouldn't be surprised if Cassia has loads of refund made out with this one. People like they're money well spent, not something that they read within an hour. Sorry Cassia, just voicing my opinion, at least it's not a bad review though huh? ;~)

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Unmasked By Cassia Leo

I was born into this world unwanted. 

I spent the first hours of my life unloved. 

I spent the first eighteen years of my life with the parents who tried to shelter me from the harsh reality of my existence. 

But you can’t un-write a sad story if the ending is literally written all over your face. 

So I moved out and now I hide. I have a night job that pays the bills. Every night, I put on my mask and walk to work. 

Then one night, I hear and see something that will change my purpose in life... forever: a murder that will bring him to me. 

He says he wants to protect me. And, through a series of events I can’t fully make sense of, I find myself believing him. 

But our nightly visits are always cloaked in darkness. I don’t know his face and he will never know mine. 

I was born into this world unwanted. I will leave this world unmasked.

Ahhhhh, I literally read this within the hour of purchasing. I couldn't put it down it was that good. From the moment I started to the minute I finished. 

She's got a skin disorder, with defective eyes. She doesn't go out in the day light and she doesn't have any friends. When she witnesses a crime, she ends up becoming friends with the detective, but they only meet in the dark. 

I'm kind of classing this as a dark read, although its not, i feel like it will be becoming that. It had such an epic ending, that I'm hoping we dont have to wait long for the next installment.

There isnt much I can say about the book without giving something away and I don't want to ruin the novel for anyone. Let's just say though that there are a few things I NEVER saw coming and was completely flabbergasted when it was done. 


Monday, 19 May 2014

Knox Volume 4 By Cassia Leo

Knox is determined to rescue Rebecca from the clutches of his nemesis. But Tony’s capture is not going as planned. 

Injured and dispirited over the deaths of those closest to him, the last thing Knox expects to stumble upon on this dreary night is Rebecca’s location. Especially from such an unlikely source. 

Armed with this new information, and a crazy amount of hope, Knox sets out on a deadly mission to rescue Rebecca. But is he too late?

Okay, as I said on my last review of Volume 3, the book is short. This one is even shorter. I feel like a nag talking badly of the book when the story line is really good. In fact if it was one book i'd be raving about it now. :) 
Half an hour it had taken me to read through this book. Half an hour. After spending nearly £4 on two books that I read in an hour and half. 

Now we have come to an end of the Knox volumes, and I am sad to see it end. 
I love the Knox we see in this one. He is so different from the Knox we meet in the first one. I really love this one.

We get to see how things finally end up for the couple. I am so glad at how the author ended it, so we could all read how they lived and got a peek into there future:) 

3* ~ Purely on the fact this could have been added onto the end of Volume 3 as it is really short.

Knox Volume 3 By Cassia Leo

Yes, I'm a killer. 

But killing is easy when your only reason to live is the very thing you'd kill for. 

I'll do anything not to lose her again. Rebecca is mine. 

And then she's not. 


Taken by someone with his own score to settle. He knows I'll stop at nothing to kill him. This is his invitation. 

Well, I've got my tux and my fucking party hat on. Let's dance.

This is going to be a quick review, I love this story line but and I rated it highly, but and it's a big but, I still have issues with the length and price. I wouldnt recommend anyone to buy it until it goes on offer as it had taken me an hour to read. 

Now, the story was brilliant, but like before I felt like going from volume 2 to Volume 3 I missed a chapter. Rebecca is taken, yet she is safe in second. It really drove me mad as I really did think I had missed something. I even went as far as to read the last chapter of volume 3. 

The ending now made me go straight and ruin my book limit for this month. I had to go buy it. 

4* ~ It was hard to rate this so highly when I think the quality of the book is poor. So I rated solely   on the story line.

Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Knox Volume 2 By Cassia Leo

Now that Rebecca knows Knox's plans, she wants to know how her ex-boyfriend August fits into it all. But it's hard to keep track of the many intricacies of Knox's vendetta when Rebecca is consumed with her lust for him. Her every waking minute is spent trying to push her desire for Knox to the background, but he's making that very difficult. He's invaded her life. Knox is everywhere. And so is August.

Just when Rebecca begins to feel as though she's hit a comfortable stride in her relationship with Knox, she receives news that will make her question Knox's intentions and change her life forever.
Read on for my review 

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Knox: Volume one By Cassia Leo

Rebecca hasn't seen or heard from her mob boss father in four years, but she's about to receive a message from him that will throw her life into chaos. Rebecca thought she left the crime family behind when she went into law enforcement. She never expected to be abducted by a sexy stranger. But this stranger makes an offer too tempting to refuse and soon Rebecca is pulled into one of the most ruthless vendettas of the century.

Knox Savage is the sexy billionaire CEO of Knox Security and a notorious playboy. What most don't know about Knox is that a large portion of his wealth is made helping high-profile criminals escape justice. He makes no judgments about guilt or innocence. And he doesn't do it for sentimental reasons. But he's about to take on a case that is going to get very personal.
Read on for my review ....