Chance Assassin: A Story of Love, Luck, and Murder
Vincent Sullivan is down on his luck. When a chance encounter generates a job prospect he’s too desperate to decline, Vincent is well on his way to a career in crime. But after the job goes wrong and he’s gravely injured in the process, things couldn’t get much worse. Except that he may have... show more
Vincent Sullivan is down on his luck. When a chance encounter generates a job prospect he’s too desperate to decline, Vincent is well on his way to a career in crime. But after the job goes wrong and he’s gravely injured in the process, things couldn’t get much worse. Except that he may have just killed a man. With the entrance of a mysterious stranger, life is finally starting to look up. Unless his luck is about to run out for good.
Pages no: 340
Edition language: English
, Coming Of Age
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When I first read the names of the characters, I remembered Vince and Jules from Pulp Fiction.They are nothing alike. Except for the bickering. And being capable of doing anything. No scruples or regrets. And the loyalty. They complement each other. Vincent is a minor, he has not read a whole book ...
Strangers had always turned me on, the idea of never having to see them again the biggest aphrodisiac I’d ever encountered. Until I met Frank. This was the first time I’d ever found a man even sexier after getting to know him. Everything he did enticed me, from the way he tried to conceal his accent...
I spent a lot of time before writing this review trying to decide whether I was going to call Chance Assassins: A Story of Love, Luck, and Murder a romantic novel. My final opinion, after much pondering, is that Chance Assassins is the most deliciously fucked up romance I’ve ever read, and it’s perc...
DNF @ 20%I know I'm gonna be in the minority for this. And I probably didn't give this book enough of a chance. I love violence, and serial killers, and sociopaths galore. Yum! Throw in some blood play and non-con scenes and I'm like a five year old boy who just got the firetruck toy of his dreams ...
So...4 stars...maybe more, 4.5? I don't know. I gotta be honest, I felt guilty reading this book, and guilty for enjoying it. But I did enjoy it.I mean...obviously assassins are killing people. And they enjoyed their work. I wish my boy hadn't been so young...that was like...*squirm* but I loved the...