Love, Guns and Rosemary by W.D. Frank
Released: June 2, 2015
Genre: Dark Romance
Publisher: Dream Words, LLC
Reviewed by Lena
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When Klaus Elric, a brilliant yet chemically imbalanced gangster returns to his hometown after seven long years, he isn't expecting to find happiness. However, the simple task of tormenting indebted gamblers quickly lands him in bed with his soulmate, Rosemary Spencer, a vicious and volatile enforcer haunted by the degrading memories of a helpless child. Consumed by equal parts blood-lust and ambition, the love-struck pair suddenly find themselves on the hazardous path towards power. Yet, sins never die and the remnants of Klaus' twisted past soon emerge, threatening to reduce what is left of his crumbling sanity to ashes. Klaus' only hope seems to be the new-found love of his life, yet can Rosemary save him from himself when she is confined to a hell as corrosive as his own?
This was the first book I have read by WD Frank and I loved. This story had so many twists and turns it was like being on a roller coaster. In the beginning I didn't know how to feel about Klaus. I loved that he was honest about who he was and how he got there. That he lived his life, although as twisted as it was unapologetically. He was an unlikely hero just like Rosemary was an unlikely heroine. But those two things helped to make this story work.
For being only 86 pages, WD did a great job of guiding the reader through the story so you didn't feel like you were missing something. It was neat and complete. A definite read.
Rating: 5 stars
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