Thursday, May 19, 2016

ARC: Viktor - Clarissa Wild

Published Date: April 27, 2016
Genre: Erotica
Synopsis: Animal. Monster. Beast. That’s what they call Viktor Melikov, the man who hides in the dark … But even monsters need to be loved. The moment he sees the girl hired to dance for him, everything ceases to exist. It’s a feeling he’s unfamiliar with … and craves more than anything.

Alexis Kidd sells her body. Not because she wants to, but because she needs to. A girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do to support her family and survive.

Now she must dance for a man hiding behind a veil.
But when the urge to take a look grows too strong … Alexis gets more than she bargained for.
More than Viktor was willing to give.

Inspired by a fairytale, VIKTOR is a standalone Romance by New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author Clarissa Wild.

I don't know whether to be be ultimately appalled that my favorite Disney film was ruined or if I thought this book was hot as hell with my ultimate alpha book boyfriend. Because damn, Viktor will make your heart beat out of trepidation and lust.

His eyes will hunt you down in the dark. His movements slick as a beast seeking this prey in the night. 

Broken. Haunted. Ruined. 

Those are the three words that I would use to describe my poor Viktor. Yes, that's right. I claimed him to be mine because his heart needs to the tender nurturing of a woman. Well, I guess Alexis does that for him. She is one of the best characters that has ever come to life. Well, my life. 

She is a tattooed, pierced, stubborn, and sassy badass. Fear is not a word in her dictionary. Which I loved about her. 

Let's take this book and describe it as a messed up Disney flick. It has crime, drugs, and mobsters in it. It is a crime syndicate and it went along so well with this book. I really think that Clarissa needs to continue this book idea and label it the Disney messed up. 

What the real world is like in a Disney fashion. 

My rating for this book is a high 4.7 out of 5 stars because I want to be ravished by a man like Viktor. Am I right or am I right? 

Blog you later, awesome book nerds.

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