El Diablo

Killer of Kings Book 6

Stacey Espino and Sam Crescent are the definitely the go-to duo for dark romance. I’ve never been disappointed by their offerings and in fact the stories just seem to get better and better. considering how much I loved the first one, that’s no easy feat. Alesha and Xavier are a perfect match. She might come across as a little meek but when it comes to inner strength she can match him without blinking. I loved that while Alesha was a curvy woman it really didn’t play much on her mind. She didn’t dwell on it. I liked how matter of fact she was when she discovered his actually profession. She wasn’t afraid of him one bit and she didn’t come across as naive or stupid for trusting Xavier even though he seemed to think she was for doing so. I loved the emotion in this story and how Xavier so wants to find his sister and how important his past is to him and how it has shaped the man he’s become. There is so much passion and emotion and action in this book and I just couldn’t put it down. If you love your heroines curvy and your favorite heroes have dark sexy edges, this is the sexy story for you!

The Story: Xavier is the hired killer known as El Diablo. He only has one goal in life to find his sister who has been missing since he was a child. When he hires cleaner Alesha soon he finds his focus is changing. Can this unlikely couple find a future together?


Book Blurb for El Diablo

Is the devil capable of love?

Xavier doesn't do trust. He breaks. He kills. After living through hell, he's transformed himself into El Diablo, the baddest motherfucker around. His only weakness is the sister he lost as a child—the one Boss promises to help him locate. The only catch is he has to work for Killer of Kings and learn to play nice with the other hitmen. He does his job, determined to prove himself. Then she walks into his life, and nothing is ever the same.

Alesha hits the jackpot when she's hired as Xavier Moreno's house cleaner. She has her own private suite, and the wealthy businessman is rarely home. Things change in a heartbeat when he comes home drunk one night, covered in blood, and telling her stories about murder-for-hire and a secret group of assassins. He also reveals a side so broken that she can't help but fall for him. Can a killer fall in love with his cleaner, or will he add her to his hit list?

Be Warned: public exhibition


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2018 5.00