Release Date: January 5, 2015
Genre: Adult, Suspense, Contemporary Romance
Source: Received a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for an honest review
Rating: 4 Bookworms
"I knew the moment I gave in to pursuing Selene that trouble would follow me. It always does. I should have resisted."
Remington St. Germain is at a crossroads. He can either go after the one person who makes him feel as if he matters - the only person to ever calm the demons that roam his mind - or forget about her. The latter is not an option, even though there is a chance she might reject him. But, damn it all to hell, he will convince her. He has to. Otherwise, he will be right back where he was before she came into his life.
Selene Michaels' stay in Paris is only temporary. She shouldn't get too attached to Remington and his son, Adrien. But, Remington makes her feel alive and reckless, and Adrien makes her loss almost bearable. They complete her. She has a feeling there is more to Remington than a doting father and her overprotective Prince Charming. Besides, the risk of being with them still looms closeby and she will do anything to keep them safe.
Sometimes life gives you a second chance. But what happens when danger threatens that chance?
Obliterate picks up where Havoc left off. Although Selene was firm in her decision - she and Remington both refuse to let fear rule their lives. Nor do they want to let go of what they've found in each other. I liked that their feelings were important enough to fight for - even if it leaves them vulnerable.
I enjoyed watching as Selene and Remington, and Adrien, all get better acquainted...and fall harder for one another. The suspense element introduced in Havoc is still present - a dark cloud hanging over their happiness.
Grey sent tingles down my spine during two particularly intense scenes. I'm leaning towards being wrong with my original theory of who is behind the threat. And two revelations that occurred really have me scratching my head about what exactly is going on.
In Obliterate, Grey continues to nicely blend the mystery, suspense, steam, and the second-chance romance. I honestly have no idea in which direction things are going to go. Grey left us hanging a bit. And I'm anxious for all the pieces to fall into place.