Merged With Him (The Merge Book 1) by Kylie Kent

This is the first book in The Merge Series although it is also a standalone.

Alyssa

When my eyes met Zac’s from across the bar, I knew. I knew my heart was forever lost. I also knew I could never have him. It wasn’t just a matter of wrong place and wrong time. If only it were that simple. Being with Zac means risking everything — including my own life. I know I shouldn’t want him, but my heart won’t listen to reason, and neither will Zac.

Can the promises he makes of us, always having a tomorrow together, be real?

Zac

The moment I see Alyssa enter my club, I knew wanted her. Even as she sat across the bar with another man — I knew I’d make her mine. The moment our skin connected every cell in my body exploded like fireworks. That moment sealed her fate. I was keeping her. When someone threatens to take her away from me. I’m ready for war. I don’t have to go to hell and back to save the woman I love. I’m already there, my soul stained with the blood of those who thought they could cross me.  

I promised her we would always have a tomorrow together, I don’t break my promises.

I loved reading this book. It was a nice quick read, the characters were great and I liked the storyline.

Alyssa was brilliant. She has a good background which made her relationship wih Zac mean more. She was a strong independent character beside the fact Zac could literally do anything for her. I loved her friends, particularly Reilly

Zac was perfect. He was everything a girl could want. I absolutely loved his character. I loved the duel POV, because it was great seeing them both come to terms with their feelings and how quick they developed. I loved how he took care of his sister and brother.

Their relationship was great. They had a clear spark between them from the very first moment, and I loved seeing it develop. They were pretty hot together.

The storyline was good. I liked how it affected them both and it only made them stronger. The ending was nice and happy.

Overall, I enjoyed this book. The characters were brilliant and I would definitely recommend it.

My rating: 5/5*

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