Review ~ Perfect Ruin by @nashodarose {@Kimberley_Bee}

Perfect Ruin Book Cover Perfect Ruin
Nashoda Rose
December 12, 2015

The New York Times Best Selling Author Nashoda Rose is back with the much anticipated story of Kai and London in the Unyielding series.

There is nothing I care about.
No attachments.
No connections.
Outwardly, I’m a perfect gentleman.
Until my target sees my knife.
I fear nothing, not even death.
In my world, death is considered a privilege.
But my life comes with unbreakable cruel strings and
when I met her, I should’ve walked away.
I didn’t.
I was too selfish.
And that sealed her fate.
Because one week with me led her into the hands of ruin.

We all have unique layers that make up who we are.
What makes us vulnerable or strong.
What we fear and what excites us.
But peel back those layers and you’re left exposed.
They did that to me.
Each piece was slowly stripped away then burned.
I merely existed.
But there was one layer they overlooked.
The most important of them all—the tie to one man.
The man responsible for me being this way.
The man who found me.
And the killer who would do anything to protect me.


Perfect Ruin by Nashoda Rose
★ ★ ★ ★

“That four letter word isn’t enough for me.”

Yes, there are elements of this book that I absolutely LOVE.
Kai. Hands down, the best part of this book is the enigmatic, scary and sexy leading man. Somewhat of an anti-hero, Kai proves that even a deadly killer can open his heart to love. Witnessing his progression and being inside his head is truly marvelous.


Other elements of this book I really, really LIKE.
London. The perfect match for Kai is a defiant, brilliant and boundless leading lady. Although she may be victimized, London is the embodiment of strength. Just like Kai, London’s development in this book is fabulous.


The love story is phenomenal. I really adored every moment of Kai & London. I also enjoyed unraveling the mystery surrounding Vault. This carried over from the previous installment in the series & played out really well.

But some elements of the narrative that were just OKAY.
What didn’t really quite hit home for me, were the action moments. There seemed to be just a bit too much redundancy and some of the descriptive didn’t bring me into the moment. I felt more like I was sitting on the sidelines watching it at times. And it felt like we were going in the same circle for a while.

ACES overall.

This book is not a standalone. It is the second in the Unyielding series. This series is a spin-off of the Tear Asunder series. But, I have not read Tear Asunder and have still really enjoyed both of the Unyielding books.


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