Cellar Door by Suzanne Steele



I eye the shadowy figure looming over me. Everything in me wants to scream out that it isn’t fair he knows all of me–so I do. It isn’t fair he’s had months to stalk me like prey. Like a game of chess he’s calculated every move. I am blinded by the darkness in this place I’ve come to term as the cellar. Now, I feel as if that same darkness inhabits my soul. I want to scream, to fight, to lash out–so I do. He has robbed me of my freedom, and my control. He will never rob me of my will to fight…


This was a cracker of a book. Twisted, sexy as fuck, and a tiny bit gruesome.

Told in three POVs, Liam’s and Madonna’s (horrible name choice) and

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the serial killer
  it was equal parts, smokin hot sex, suspense, and a touch gruesome at times. I adored Liam and his twisted Dom self. Madonna was a strong heroine, but I thought her 180 turn into acceptance of what Liam did was a little bit TOO easy. Still that was just a minor issue for me. Also, and I can’t believe I am going to say this, but by the end of the book I actually, sort of, really liked Lance.

So ya, a totally enjoyable read.





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