Tuesday, October 28, 2014

A review of Rellik by Teresa Mummert

Teresa Mummert


Rellik Bentley is to die for.

He can have any woman he wants and they will do anything to be with him. He uses and abuses them like drugs and tosses them out with the trash. The only thing he gives a f*ck about is his music. That is, until Ella Lighten walks into his life and stumbles upon one of his darkest secrets. In the midst of doing damage control, he begins to obsess over the mysterious woman who wants absolutely nothing to do with him.
Rellik won’t take no for an answer. 

My Review
Going into reading this book I knew to throw any expectations or preconceived notions out the door after reading Pretty Little Things. I know not to go into Teresa's books thinking I know what I am about to read.

Rellik Bentley is to die for, and I must admit I had been dying to read this book ever since Teresa began giving little tidbits here and there on Facebook for this one.

Teresa Mummert has a gift for concocting  a story that keeps your mind spinning. Just when you think you know, she hits you with the unexpected. As with any review I do- I try to refrain from giving spoilers. So I say this..this book is dark and has you wondering about the monster that lives inside of us all.

As I was reading it felt like there was a motion picture flickering before my eyes, slowly and I couldn't look away. I could not put this book down. I had to read it from start to finish.

Rellik is  a tortured soul that you can't help but feel for him. What it is you will feel for him I cannot say. I can only tell you what I felt. I felt the urge to wrap my arms around him for the torment he suffered within the walls of his own making. 

And the hot fuck me six ways to Sunday scenes were scorching- you may want to protect your ereaders. Rellik knows what he has and how to use it. 

Whatever you think you know going into this book forget it and just enjoy every truth and twist as the plot unfolds. Go one click this now, you won't be sorry!
5 Stars

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