The Hopeless by Kristen Hope Mazzola and Dawn Robertson
Purchased: Kindle – $2.99
My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
What’s It All About:
“I am not a good person.
In fact, I am the worst of the worst. I am a god. I give life and I taketh away. I can ruin someone at the drop of a hat and often do it for fun. Yet the world would never know. I smile for the cameras and live the privileged life. But with every vile existence comes the opportunity for redemption.
She is my Redemption.
I am the Huntress.
Society doesn’t realize how deadly I truly am.
Dawn and Kristen want to warn you: this is not for the faint of heart! But if gore, violence, and extreme sexual situation are your cup of tea, this is the read for you.”
Description taken from Amazon.
The Best Parts:
I have been waiting for this book to come out since I finished the first one, and it’s not because the first one ending with a cliffhanger or anything like that. But because these characters are everything. Dawn and Kristen created a story and characters that suck you in and consumed your life. Even after you finish this story you will want more, and you will see then in people you see out in the real world.
Ellie is such an independent woman, who may not truly know what she wanted in her life for a spilt second, but figured it out. The fact that Linc and Theo are thrown into this mix just adds to this story. There is so much that happens, and trust me, you all will want in on this crazy ass story. Linc will have my heart forever, and Theo, well we all find out that Theo actually has a heart…
The tension between all of these characters brings this story to life, and definitely add to the experience of reading Ellie’s story, because even though this story goes back and forth between Ellie and Linc, this is fully Ellie’s story, and her trying to find herself in the chaos that is life.
In order to read this book you should read the first book; it will help you with understanding the characters and what they previously went through. This one only has a slight cliffhanger, but it’s not a bad one. It’s one that fills your heart with joy, and has you screaming for more.