Author: Alexander Iff
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: 3/26/2017
Genre(s): Romantic Suspense
Page Count: 199
Heat Level: 4.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
When twenty year old Eliza Cruz heads to London for the execution of her grandmamma’s will, she inadvertently triggers a series of events that take her straight to perdition, inside the devil’s lair itself.
But Sean O’Connor, the tall handsome stranger she meets en route, is always one step ahead, saving her life on a few occasions. A true Knight in shining armour.
But is he? If he really was a Knight, he’d be looking for a Princess.
Clearly, Eliza is not one.
“Shh… Quiet. Don’t let them hear you. Or else they’ll come. I don’t want them to come. This is my room. My space. A doll’s house that I’ve been living in since they brought me here. No windows though. Just a small dog flap at the bottom, closed with a latch from outside. But still, it’s mine. It’s the only thing I have. Why? Trust me, knowledge is not power, no matter what everyone say.”
I’ve never heard of Marquis de Sade before. But having been forced to read about him in the small confined space I was imprisoned in, on my knees, with my bottom out of that wretched hole, I now know who Milli was. Her sexual gratification depended on suffering physical pain and humiliation imposed by others. And they are priming me for the same.
For the big cull, as they say.
Milli was a suspenseful 5 star read.
I was on the edge of my seat the whole time.
Eliza has to go to London to help settle her Grandmother’s estate which will help her parents financially. She wasn’t really happy about having to go. At the airport she meets Sean a hot FBI agent. He ends up being on her flight and when they get to London he always seems to be in the right place at the right time. Why is he always there? Is he the good guy?
There are so many different things that happen, my head was spinning. I wasn’t sure who the good guys or bad guys were. When Eliza finds herself held captive she learns some very disturbing things about her family history.
Men are evil, and they will use you.
I have to say at first Eliza’s whining got on my nerves but that quickly changed once she got to London. She is a very innocent home schooled girl that gets thrown into a very dark and twisted world. There are several twists and turns that had me shocked. This is definitely a story line I have never read before. There is a heck of a cliffhanger that left me still wondering who the good guys are. I went back and forth so many times, I’m so confused. I am in need of the next book, I really need to know what happens.
Warning: There are some scenes that may be a trigger to some.