Rose De Muerte – Review

Rose De Muerte - Review by Natalie Bennett cover Rose De Muerte – Review

by: Natalie Bennett

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Roselynn ‘Rose’ Morgue is in love.
That sounds good on the surface, but nothing about Rose’s life is ever simple.

The object of her affection is not only her stalker, he’s also supposed to be dead, and that little fact throws a wrench in her plan to reinvent herself.

You see, Rose is far more twisted than anyone would ever believe, and will do whatever it takes to ensure no one ever finds out the truth about her past. But when a series of murders begin, Rose’s secrets rise to the surface, and one extremely pissed off secret can’t wait for her to get what she deserves.

— Warning: This is a dark read.

Rose De Muerte – Review

Oh so dark. Guys. This book had my heart thumping!

It was a quick, twisted game of cat and mouse. Constantine is the dangerous cat and Rose is the terrified little mouse. They fit together so perfectly, two dark souls, no matter the demons that haunt them.



I have been a huge fan of Bennett’s since I read Mercy, Bound, Released. Her writing captivates me and I cannot look away! Bennett writes the dark twists, the epic storylines, and the tragic tales of her characters.

One thing I really enjoyed about this book was the fact that the past and the present were so intricately laced. You can’t have one without the other.

This was a fantastic read by an even more fantastic author. I would highly recommend this book if you love dark reads. I will say that this book is a standalone prequel to Pernicious Red, which will be my next read!


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