Sunday, May 24, 2015

Title: Young Love Murder
Series: Young Assassins #1
Author: April Brookshire
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First love’s a killer, but so is seventeen-year-old Annabelle Blanc. The teenager was raised to be an assassin and taught to never fall in love. She lives for the job until she meets Gabriel Sanchez, the son of her latest target. 

Wealthy, spoiled and self-indulgent, Gabriel Sanchez is a teenage playboy. Setting his sights on the beautiful Annabelle, he's drawn to the mysterious new girl who's playing hard to get. Gabriel also finds himself pulled into a world of deception, violence and murder. 

Off-centered for the first time in her life, Annabelle struggles to fight her doomed attraction for the handsome Gabriel. 

In this gritty, mature YA novel, you'll follow Annabelle and Gabriel in an intense, funny, angry, crazy, rocky and passionate romance. 

As two worlds collide and they're repeatedly thrown together and pulled apart by fate, will Annabelle and Gabriel overcome betrayals, revenge and heartbreak to find a lasting love?

  

Young Love Murder begins when Annabelle is offered a new assignment. She must get close to her target's son in order to make the kill. But things start to get interesting when Gabriel and Anna start to have a more personal relationship. But Anna still has a job to do, and Gabriel can't seem to stay away from her. Anna and Gabriel must go through a whole lot of troubles in order to be with each other. It won't be easy. It will be hard, funny, and a fun ride for these two to get to the finish line. 

Young Love Murder is a world of crazy. It starts off really interesting, and almost kind of like a high school romance type of story. But just wait that's not at all what it is. It's a lot more than that. I really did like the book. Even Gabriel and Anna's crazy relationship. 
And it was very crazy, but I enjoyed most of it. Sometimes I thought the things they did were a little bit dumb, or too hurtful, but some how it worked for them and I got over it. 
I also really enjoyed Anna's brother as well. All of the side characters were very interesting. 

And the whole plot line was pretty interesting as well. It was a different kind of romance, and I really enjoyed it. I also loved that it switched from Anna and Gabriel's point of view throughout the whole story. And it ended with a really awesome HEA as well. 

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