Release Date: June 28, 2017 AVAILABLE ON KINDLE UNLIMITED
-An illicit drug taken by vein.
This is their happily ever after.
Blue Velvet is book two of two in the UltraViolence duet. This is a full-length novel.
Gore, dub/non-consent, violence, lots of sex, lots of F-bombs, and death.
This will have a non-traditional HEA. 😉
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
A Woman & Her Books – “BlueVelvet is a fast paced, thrilling, hot read.”
Between the Bookends – “It had twists and turns that will leave your head spinning.”
MEET THE AUTHOR
Natalie Bennett has always been an avid fan of all things dark and twisted, so it only made sense for her to write what she loves. She brings to life unapologetic antiheroes you love to hate and strong heroines who refuse to be broken.
Natalie writes Dark and Twisty Erotica with romantic elements. She doesn’t censor her writing and let’s her stories tell themselves. If you pick up one of her books expecting a typical HEA, you won’t find one.
Similar to book one’s cover this one is a pretty awesome as well. It’s an excellent representation on the heroine. Moody and dark like the book itself. Great composition. I probably would have made the author’s name smaller and placed it below the title and byline, but overall it’s a fantastic cover.
Book two takes off right where we were left hanging at the end of book one. McKenna and Millie are running for their lives. Levi has set a game into play, leaving McKenna heartbroken and angry. Truths are revealed, and loyalties are tested…I ADORED book one. It was twisted and brutal and hot as fuck, and I pretty much felt the same way about this one. Natalie Bennett is fastly becoming a MUST read everything she publishes author for me. Again I found this to be well-written. The pace was breakneck. It had twists and turns that will leave your head spinning. It had a few smokin’ hot sex scenes. Again as with book one, we have even more death, gore, and depravity and two deliciously perfect for each other f@cked up main characters. All wrapped up in a twistedly sweet epilogue <— seriously! I can’t even believe I went aww. *lol*
So why not 5-Stars. Well like I said the pace of this one was breakneck and because of that, I felt the entire book could have used a bit more fleshing out. We had a lot of twists and turns, and info is thrown at us in a short amount of pages, and at times it could be a bit confusing to follow. BUT that was just a small issue and didn’t take too much away from my enjoyment of this one