Thursday, April 25, 2019

RELEASE BLITZ DAY w/REVIEW - PAIN AND REDEMPTION (Blood and Iron Warriors, #2) by Kat Kenyon

Pain & Redemption 
Blood & Iron Warriors, #2 
by Kat Kenyon 
Release Date: April 25th 2019 
Cover Designer: Shanoff Designs 
Genre: College Sports Romance 

The Book Junkie Reads . . . Review of . . . PAIN AND REDEMPTION (Blood and Iron Warriors, #2) . . . A NA romance that gave me a bit of a pause. This was a raw read that showed a second chance at a romance that was meant to be. Rayne and Tyler loved each other but sometimes love is not enough to overcome the past or what's coming their way. But then there is that one moment in time that lets you believe in what you know is impossible. 

Book two of this series take you on a more intense and deeper look at the couple you wanted more for from book on of the series. Chaos & Love was intense and a reminder for me of a very loved series from Cambria Hebert, the Hastag series, but with some darker elements. 

How do you fix something that's broken? In the moment she walked away, Tyler understood what he should have done. He's desperate and willing to do anything for her, even let her go. Rayne loves him, but knows it takes more than sorry to heal, and she's dealing with a far darker threat than a broken heart. Not everyone deserves a second chance, but some loves do. Notice: Pain and Redemption is for readers over the age of 18. Be aware that this book is the second in a series about the same couple. The story includes sexually explicit scenes, adult language, and issues related to abuse, violence, and sexual assault. Please keep this in mind as you purchase for yourself or others.

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Kat graduated from Cleveland-Marshall and Oregon State, go Beavers! After first attended University of Oregon. Go Ducks! As a political science major. Lord help us.

As a child, she constantly had her face buried in a book, and loved mythology, religion, politics, and a plethora of other areas depending on her mood. Not much has changed.

Everything is interesting and everything informs her writing. When not fighting to get her arm back from her cat Akasha, or trying to figure out what her talented hubby is up to now, she lives in Starbucks, depending on her rewards card.

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