Wednesday, January 4, 2017

[Review] With Every Breath, by: Maya Banks

Slow Burn #4


Author: Maya Banks
Publication Date: August 23rd, 2016
Read Date: January 3rd to 4th, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
Pages: 352

Eliza Cummings fought free of a monster who terrorized her when she was an innocent teenager and helped put him away for good. She took a job with Devereaux Security Services and devoted every hour to taking down the very thing she’d nearly become. No one, not even those closest to her, know her darkest, shameful secrets. But now the killer has been set free on a legal loophole and it’s only a matter of time before he comes for her. Eliza's only choice is to run and lead the monster away from the people she loves.

Wade Sterling has always lived by his own rules, a law unto himself who answers to no one. He’s never professed to be a good man, and he’s definitely not hero material. Wade never allows anyone close enough to see the man behind the impenetrable mask—but one woman threatens his carefully leashed control. He took a bullet for her and the result was more than a piece of metal entrenched in his skin. She was under his skin and nothing he did rid himself of the woman with the courage of a warrior and who thinks nothing of putting her life before others.

But when Wade sees a panicked and haunted Eliza he knows something is very wrong, because the fool woman has never been afraid of anything. And when she tries to run, the primal beast barely lurking beneath his deceptively polished façade erupts in a rage. She may not know it, but she belongs to him. This time, Eliza isn't going to play the protector. She was damn well going to be the protected. And as long as Wade breathes, no one will ever hurt what is his.


I was waiting very patiently for Eliza's story. I knew it was going to be good and with Wade, everything went from good to hell yeah. Wade was a very good addition to this series and even better to be matched up with Eliza, one of the more badasses of the girls. I couldn't be more happier of how everything end.

What you don't know about Eliza is that she had a completely different life ten years before. Something that no one knew about after she changed her name and all. She became a better person. A person that stand for what is right. Then she hits a wall called Wade. Wade makes her feel, again. But he isn't all good, his words, not mine. Both of them are sure that they are not the right one for each other, but oh man, they couldn't be more wrong. When Eliza's past comes for her, she needs to rely in everyone she loves most, not run for them, but who can tell her that? I know someone, Wade.

The book is not as short as Caleb's and not that long as Beau's, but it was as good as those. I did said that Zack's book was a little let down, but this one elevates my expectations for the next book. Eliza's character was created so so good and Wade's is so so perfect that I couldn't expected nothing more in the end. The end was the perfect one.

I do have a problem with the psychics. Why only the psychic girls are the good ones? Not that I am complaining much, but I would love to see a man psychic doing good instead of bad. Whatever, I want the next book ASAP. Thanks.




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