Review: The Jeweler by Kera Faire

The Jeweler by Kera Faire
Series: Death Isle (# 2)
Release Date: June 27, 2016
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages: 41
Source: book provided by the author for review



Killers don’t fall in love…

Kirsten thought her life was over when she met Mac, ‘the Jeweler’, a government-sanctioned dispatcher. Instead, it was just beginning.

Admittedly, being kidnapped, tied up, and tortured with sexual pleasure might not have been the best beginning for a relationship, but their instant connection couldn’t be denied.

There was only the not-so-small matter of Mac’s job to consider. He couldn’t possibly condemn Kirsten to a life lived in the shadows, because there would never be a chance of escape. The choice had to be hers to make…


Review: This is the second installment in the Death Isle series. I’ve reviewed the first one and I’d like to reiterate that this is a BDSM book with dark themes that may not appeal to all readers.

Poor Kristen is in the wrong place at the wrong time. Milo thinks she’s an operative, and Kristin is being stubborn about her identity.  Sparks definitely flew between these two characters, which lead to some pretty interesting reading, on my part.

I would highly recommend reading this series in order, or I don’t think the reader will understand the whole story. Each story flows into the other, and it makes more sense when the reader reads each installment.

Give this series a try, it’s pretty good.