Thursday, November 13, 2014

Hellish Haven by L.K. Below Review @KensingtonBooks @LBelowtheauthor

Hellish Haven
Release date: November 17, 2014
Publisher: Kensington Books
Genre: Dystopia/Romance

Two lives. Two realities. But only one truth.

The Senator reigns all-powerful in a manifested picture-perfect world. No worries. No wars. Only the unspoken threat of oblivion if you step a toe out of line. On the other side of the divide, the rebels face a debilitating war against an invulnerable robotic army. Every day is a struggle to earn back their freedoms. Freedom to feel. Freedom of speech. Freedom of thought.

Sergeant Grant Baker is pivotal to the war effort. But ever since his wife’s abduction, he’s been walking around in as much of a daze as the Senator’s brainwashed citizens. Then Eva reappears—without memories of him or their son. And he’s willing to do anything to keep her. Even if it means jeopardizing the war.

Eva doesn’t know which side to believe. Her predictable life as a single nurse, or the man claiming to be her husband. All she knows is she needs to discover how to end the war, quickly. If she doesn’t choose sides soon, she may lose the man—and the life—she never knew she wanted.



My Rating: 4 Roses

A lovely romance about a love strong enough to survive no matter how many times someone tried to destroy it, Hellish Haven was a quick, sweet read that I liked.

Both Eva and Grant were likable character. Eva was tough enough to be a force to be reckoned with even with her memory altered. Grant was sweet, devoted to his wife and son, and all around adorable. They were both great.

The romance was lovely. Eva and Grant loved each other no matter the circumstances. They were a perfect couple.

The plot moved quickly and I was kept interested the entire way through. I enjoyed the story and the ending was lovely.

Hellish Haven was a quick, enjoyable romance that I really enjoyed. Romance lovers, this is a novella worth checking out.

*I received a complimentary copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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