What they say:
Mr. X is ready for you, but are you ready for him?
USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR Clarissa Wild brings you Mr. X, a dark Romance thriller, which is a stand alone without cliffhanger.
*Author Note: This is not your average romance story. Some people will kill for love.*
He’s come to kill me.
I’m a user and abuser of my own body. In my darkest hour I sold my soul to the devil and now I must pay the price. With his gun to my head I have no choice but to listen and obey, but I refuse to go down easily. Nothing is stronger than the will to survive. My instincts kicked into full gear the second he stepped into my motel room.
Except when I look at him I see my own heart staring back at me. A history tainted by blood.
I don’t know his name, but I know he wants me. To save myself I’ll sacrifice my sanity. My body. My soul. Something tells me the x-shaped scar that marks his eye is the only escape I have. He is Mr. X; the man who comes to claim my life. Can I save myself before he demands my heart?
WARNING: This book contains very disturbing situations, strong language, drugs and alcohol, and graphic violence.
What we say – review by Charlotte Foreman:
This definitely is not your average romance. In fact, there’s no romance at all. Instead this is a disturbing novel showing the darker side of love and the pain it can evoke.
I’d like to think that Mr X is a victim of his circumstances but, nevertheless, the whole situation is completely twisted yet totally compelling. With a lot of twists and turns, it’s very hard to talk about the plot without spoiling it but I will say the sex scenes are quite hardcore and graphic.
Nothing about this read is for the faint-hearted but it’s clever, intriguing and blatantly honest. Ultimately it is a love story; a tale about being unable to deny what lurks in the deepest depths of your heart and that razor-thin line between love and hate. Yes, there is a lot of violence, sex and bad language but the core of the story is really designed to make you think.
The ending, for me, was perfect and I honestly don’t think the author could have written it differently without ruining it one way or another.