OH HOW I LOVE BAD THINGS

HERE IS MY REVIEW OF BAD THINGS BY VARIAN KRYLOV: THIS REVIEW WAS POSTED A WHILE AGO AND I HAVE UPDATED IT ONLY BY ADDING A HEADING AND QUOTE AND PICTURE RATING, THE REVIEW IS THE SAME! :)







                                     Bad Things by: Varian Krylov
                                                                       reviewed by: Becky


Xavier makes a lot of people nervous. The rest, he flat-out scares. More than his hulking, tattooed body, it's his predator's gaze that makes people feel vulnerable, as if he had the power to read their thoughts and see their soul. For his lovers, it's Xavier's ravenous appetite for all things carnal—for the taste of flesh under his tongue and the feel of a trembling body under his control, for whispered pleas and muffled cries—that makes him dangerous.

But recently, driven by a festering rage against the men who attacked his sister a decade ago, Xavier has developed a taste for a different kind of hunt and conquest: stalking men who do truly bad things and punishing the predators he sniffs out. The problem with vigilante justice, though, is sometimes the man in your trap is innocent.

Carson suspects he's playing a risky game with dangerous men. But the lies are convincing, especially when they're slipped to him among hundred dollar bills. He never guessed how big and dark the secret hidden under all the lies and money could be. And he has no idea he's not the predator, but the prey, until it's too late.

And you can't beg for mercy when there's a gag in your mouth.

But when Carson escapes from Xavier's trap, he's forced to accept that Xavier is far from his most dangerous enemy. Xavier may even hold the key to overcoming the painful past that has kept Carson prisoner for almost two decades.




This book captivated me from the start, from the opening scene I knew I was in for a wild ride. I seldom read a book where I both root for, and sometimes cringe from the main character, this man was so well written that even though you knew he was going outside the law sometimes, you saw his reasoning, and urged him on. The love story in this book is wonderful, though it starts from a strange place, and takes a while to bloom in the story, you know that these men are meant for one another almost from the start. Come along on the journey with these two men as they search for justice, find out who they really were meant to be, and most of all find a love like they never thought possible.     


                                                                the 5 handcuff key rating! ;)


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