Stalker by Clarissa Wild (Review by Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier)

Title: Stalker

Author: Clarissa Wild 

Published Date: June 16th  2015

Genre: Adult Dark Romance


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Clarissa Wild brings you STALKER, a Dark Romance, which is a stand alone without cliffhanger.

F**k me once, I’ll f**k you twice … then I’ll bury you.
No prison can keep me from seeking revenge. Especially when it comes to her.
She, the woman who put me in jail.
I swore that I’d come for her, to claim what belongs to me: Her life.
I’m not a good man. On the contrary, I love to be bad. It’s in my veins. Just like it’s in my veins to ruin her.
She’s an actress, pretending to be a saint, but we both know that isn’t true. One way or another, she’ll pay for what she did.
I will hunt for her. Make her fear me. Make her body mine.
Bad deeds never go unpunished … And I always go out with a bang.

WARNING: This book is a DARK ROMANCE STANDALONE – it has a non-conventional ending. This isn’t rainbow sprinkles & unicorn fluff. It’s a dark, thrilling journey of two people clashing over love, lust, and hatred. Heed the warning. Contains graphic violence, alcohol, drugs & other disturbing content.


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Kristin – #NerdGirlSoldier’s  Review***
Clarissa Wild has such a unique way of telling a dark romance that sometimes you forget that you’re reading something that’s so dark. I loved this book. I loved the characters; they were so well developed that sometimes I felt that I was right there with them. Vanessa, the main female character, grew so much throughout the book. She was groomed to be a certain way, a vapid lying woman that she couldn’t really know how to tell the truth. Vanessa is a character that I feel can remind all of us that we need to remember who we are individually, and not try to live up to other people’s expectations.

Phoenix (AKA, Nix and Miles) has had such a hard life. He’s a character that you just want to feel for. I love that we got flashbacks to his childhood with Vanessa. It helps to understand so many things about Phoenix. Let me state now that I am in no way saying that the things he does to Vanessa are okay; I’m simply stating that knowing how horrible his childhood was helps to understand why all he knows is violence. Phoenix does grow; he does show he’s capable of changing and of love. Is it an automatic switch? No. It takes the whole book for him to realize that holding onto the anger he has is not worth it. His character and his persona were incredibly well written.

I loved the plot. It intertwined the past and present very nicely. I enjoyed having both POV’s and the flashbacks. It was like I was living inside their heads the whole book. There were some things I didn’t see coming and was surprised at the twists and turns. The ending completely blew me away. It was a great way to end the book. And no, it’s not a cliffhanger.


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