Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Review: Kennedy

Kennedy Kennedy by Addison Jane
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Kennedy found herself in a situation she couldn't fight. After losing her mother at a young age she's left with a father who could care less about her and her sister. After his death she's now a not so legal guardian of her sister and stuck paying off her fathers debt.
The form of payment is nothing she ever expected, but she'll do anything to keep her baby sister safe and that means working for the devil.
What she has to do for Crow, tolerate from him is horrific. All she can focus on is the end, when her fathers debt will be fully paid and they can walk away.
But some things aren't as they seem, and her tormentor is anything but fair.

Repo, a born protector knows he has to save this girl the first time he sees her. Not sure why but something bone deep makes him need to take her from Crow.
Kennedy finds herself leaving one MC for another and thinks things will be just the same and is petrified her sister will suffer in her absence. Once her sister is removed from Crow's reach Repo has to prove to her he's not like Crow and truly wants to help them.
It's a long road, no instalove here just a damn good story that hooked me and refused to let me put it down. I read the book in one day and if book one is anything to judge the upcoming series by, I'm going to be addicted!

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