Blind Trust by Peiri Ann
New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Coming September 24th, 2015
Loving someone has never been so deadly.
Valerie Harper has one assignment, one mission. Assassinate her mark and everyone he loves. But what happens when she finds that she loves him too?
Her instructions are simple; do not fraternize with your target, observe at a distance, and never engage with the enemy. However, as things take an unexpected turn in Val's world, these simple instructions begin to change.
Refusing to be a puppet, Kyle Shultz walks away from his old life and settles into the college routine. But the life of a student is more difficult than he imagined. Making friends and attending parties are as foreign a concept as showing a target mercy.
The lines between the state of the job and the affairs of the heart are blurred as Valerie and Kyle’s worlds collide.
With a maze of enemies and hit lists to navigate, will these two young adversaries proceed wide-eyed and alone into the fray? Or will they blindly trust the feelings they can no longer ignore?
About the Author
Peiri Ann shares a love in the creation of new worlds, different creatures, and unwritten possibilities.
Writing is a passion. I fell in love with it when I was a child and I am privileged to share it with you. I love writing fun/tragic adventurous novels with strong romantic elements from YA to New Adult. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Blind Trust has a lovely cover doesn't it. I am a sucker for a good book cover. To me, its presentation to a book, so 10/10 for that.
The story itself has reached a 3.5 for me, it was a very good storyline, good plot, but sometimes fell by the wayside a little for me.
Kyle Shultz is/as...an assassin , hard, dedicated and good at what he did.
But something happens where he decides to go off the radar. Can that happen with an Assassin? no. Of course not.
There are many after his blood.
Valerie Harper has a mission to fulfill. Mark who she needs, do not fraternize with your target and never speak or get involved with the enemy
Of course, that doesn't happen and all sorts of complications erupt from this.
My personal thoughts
Good well thought out story.
I could see upfront what was going to happen, there are a few twists in here but a little predictable, not a bad thing, but would have liked to have been kept lurking for the answers sometimes.
I found Valerie at first having all the attributes and horrid qualities that go along with her "mission" then she seemed to change from a bad ass to someone weak and needy [or was that just me?]
It was a little bit like James Bond stories. However, look how far and how many films have been made of that.
I have a feeling there are going to be varied degrees of reviews on this and I can't wait for others thoughts.
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