Review/Release Blitz: Death Wish (Deception Duet, #2)

Death Wish by K Webster is now live! 

All I wanted is for my little sister Della to be safe and happy. And maybe, in brief stolen moments, I dreamed of a happy ending for myself with a brown-eyed man. That hope has turned into sharp, bright fear. There’s only survival now.

I’m the daughter of a controlling and cruel billionaire, so I understand about power. But I find myself fighting anyway. I find myself testing them.

I have claws and I bite. I’m not going down without a fight.

It’s like I have a death wish.

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Meet K Webster

K Webster is a USA Today Bestselling author. Her titles have claimed many bestseller tags in numerous categories, are translated in multiple languages, and have been adapted into audiobooks. She lives in “”Tornado Alley”” with her husband, two children, and her baby dog named Blue. When she’s not writing, she’s reading, drinking copious amounts of coffee, and researching aliens.

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My Review of Death Wish

Death Wish by K. Webster

My rating: 5 of 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Perfect ending to the duet!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💜💙💚🖤❤️
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙📔
World building: 🌏🌍🌏🌍🌎
Character development: 🥺🤭🤫😕😎

The Hero(es): Scout, Sparrow and Sully Mannford – Scout is a bit Psycho, Sparrow likes his creature comforts and Sully is the nice guy of the three. All three of the identical triplets are a bit obsessed with Landry and had previously tricked her into thinking they were one man.

The heroine(s): Landry Croft – she was being abused by her father and wanted to protect her deaf little sister so she and her sister ran away. She thought she was running to a friend, but instead ran straight into the hands of the Mannford brothers.

The Story: After ending up at the apartment of the Mannford brothers. Landry finds out that the guy she thought she knew is in fact three identical twins. She realizes Scout is crazy, she doesn’t trust Sparrow at all, but she knows Sully will help with her sister.

I felt a bit lost at the beginning because I read Triple Threat about 100 books ago and though I remember the main plot, there were particulars I may have forgotten and this book just starts right in from the point the other left of without any explanation or review of what went on in the last book. Which is awesome if you are binging the books one after the other but not so much when you read them months apart.

Though I must say I like that these guys each have their own unique personalities and Landry has no problem standing up for herself against them despite how meek she was when living with her father. I also like how despite the way Landry came to be there, it ends up being a safe place for her and her little sister and even psycho Scout can be a teddy bear at times.

The book had a great storyline, it was romantic, super steamy, and I liked the fact that in this storyline the Mannford brothers were the “good” guys and Winston Constantine wasn’t. It shows how everything has two sides and that being a villain in someone else’s story doesn’t always mean a character has to be a villain in their own.

I voluntarily read & reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts & opinions are my own.

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