Hi everyone! I don’t necessarily read a lot of trashy romance but I also don’t read none…sooooo I wanted to make a series with the goal of letting you know if the trashy romance is good trash or bad trash.
Killer Beauty: The Chaos Crew Book 1
An Enemies to Lovers Hitman Captive Romance.
By Eva Chance & Harlow King
Surprisingly well written compared to the synopsis that almost turned me away & definitely scratched the itch for a good trashy romance.
I’m the girl you’ll never see coming.
Blink and you’re dead, another target checked off my list.
But one night everything in my carefully ordered existence falls apart. A bloodbath and a car crash later, I find myself in the grasp of four gorgeous, intimidating men.
Are my captors cops like they claim or something far more sinister? They sure know how to bend the law. And seeing how skillfully they handle a gun or a knife, I can’t help wondering what their hands would feel like all over me.
But I have vengeance to wreak, and no man, no matter how powerful, is going to keep me caged for long.
They think they’ve caught a wounded little mouse. How could they know they’ve brought a killer into their home?
I’ll bide my time, learn all I can, and when I’m ready to strike…
They’ll never know what hit them.
I finished this book in one and a half days. It’s somewhat cringy, of course, but overall is well written and served its purpose—relieving me of life’s boredom, even momentarily.
It’s a reverse harem, but don’t get your hopes up, because while there might be a lot of sexual tension…not much actual f**king takes place in this book. However, it ended on a pretty big cliffhanger (don’t worry, the second book is already out) that ended up surprising me.
The surprise didn’t come from the book itself but from the fact that I actually wanted to purchase and start the second book immediately. It is very rare for me to stay invested in this genre as I usually lose interest immediately after the first book.
This recommendation came to me on tiktok (truly, who knows what specific account) and we all know I do NOT trust tiktok recommendations. However, this was one trashy book I can actually get behind.
What should I rate next??
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