Review: Guns n' Boys: Bloodbath (Guns n' Boys #6) by K.A. Merikan

“I don’t even know who I am anymore.”
“All you need to know is that you’re mine.”

Seth would follow Domenico to the depths of hell. He promised to always be at Domenico’s side. But hell becomes all too real when they infiltrate the world of Toro - a notoriously security-obsessed arms dealer, who has eyes and ears everywhere.

Seth becomes unable to steal even a moment of intimacy with Domenico, and the tension grinds them down each day. Beyond the deceptive paradise of Toro’s villa, violence is an everyday occurrence, and the swimming pool could just as well be filled with blood. To survive, Seth has to become the man Domenico needs him to be, but in the process, he might lose who he truly is.

With Seth trained up, and Mark as backup, victory is so close Domenico can taste it. They just need to prove themselves to Toro as valuable assets. With each day though, Seth seems to be drifting away from Domenico, hidden behind a mask of cruelty and indifference. It is exactly what Domenico asked of him, so why is it so difficult to see Seth become his mirror image?

Clever, scary and just amazing.

Frankly, if you've not read this series, you really need to. I adore Seth and Dom (and Mark). I don't give a flying fuck that this series is violent and bloodthirsty and gruesome. I don't care that it makes me question my morals (before I remember it's only fiction). I just liove, love, love this series.

I have to admit - I may have paused in my reading and questioned Dom a little in the opening chapters of this story. He's tough, he needs to be tough and he makes choices most of us (sane and moral folks) couldn't. What KA Merikan do though is make me be on Dom's side. He's a killer who I've come to understand. Who I've come to support even...


If you love this series, this book only adds to it. If you've not read it yet, what are you waiting for? Just don't expect it to feature sunshine and roses and happily ever afters... (Though if the authors are reading this, I seriously hope the last book in the series does have an HEA, 'k???)
A copy of this book was given in exchange for an honest review.
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