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Review: Kiss At Your Own Risk by Stephanie Rowe

Jul 17, 2011

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Blaine Underhill has finally escaped a century of torture at the hands of an evil witch. While trying to escape, one of Blaine’s fellow warriors doesn’t make it out. He has now learned that the warrior is alive and he will stop at nothing to rescue him, even if it means going back.  The only way to kill his enemy is to find the deadliest of creatures.

Trinity Harpswell is no other than the Black Widow, the deadliest woman on earth.   After a lifetime of killing the men she loves, she will be free of the curse if she can keep herself from killing in the next 7 days.

All of Trinity’s plans change when events beyond her control come in to play.  It seems that everyone wants Trinity to kill someone and she will have to walk a dangerous path to save her father, and break the curse.  Trinity never expected a warrior like Blaine to come into her life, but they will have to work together to save those they love.  

Trinity will have to make an important decision, she will have to decide whether to kiss or kill Blaine.



I gave this book a 3.5

3.5 stars

Mirthful! Jocular! Gelastic!  Kiss at Your Own Risk by Stephanie Rowe is a bag of paranormal laughs!  Who knew death could be so funny!  It was a refreshing read, the characters are vivid and in your face.  As I began to read the story I found myself rereading the first pages because I was perplexed by the sights my mind was conjuring!   I’ve never had the pleasure of reading about sexy warriors held prisoner in the “Den of Womanly Pursuits”.  I can’t wait to see where the series will go with Rowe’s unique touch of romance and humor.


Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

Source Code: R

1 comment

  1. O wow, I sure missed a lot being internet-less for a week! Great review Dana, you make me want to read it asap!

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