Review: Kill Me Tomorrow

Kill Me TomorrowThe saying goes: there is a thin line between love and hate, but I think on Kill Me Tomorrow there is a third element to it and that’s passion.

Jasmine has a problem, she’s a virgin– imagine that! She’s desperate to be rid of her virginity. She’s supposed to choose a husband on her birthday. Where she’s from no one is a virgin by the time they marry, it’s almost as if it were a sin to be a virgin. Interesting, don’t you think?

Gavin is looking for a night of fun. The last thing he expects is to be set up with someone who is his kind’s enemy. That, however, is the least of his problems. His real problem is the attraction that unfolds between him and Jasmine. It takes only one look, and one touch to know there’s always tomorrow to go for the kill, should they wish it.

This is another one of the Madame Eve’s One Night Stand series, perfect for bed time. A sweet and very sexy read.