I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
At first, his words were harsh and his touch cold.
I didn’t want to be in his presence any more than he wanted me there.
I knew he was a dangerous man and he could destroy me if only he wanted to.
That’s not what he wanted though. It’s not what he needed.
It’s not what I desired either.
It’s so easy to get lost in the touch of a man who’s powerful and unattainable.
A man who wants for nothing … except me.
Soft touches and stolen glances made my blood heat and my heart beat in a way I never knew it could.
Yes, it’s easy to fall into a haze of lust and desire.
But there’s a reason his reputation is one of a heartless man.
And I should have known better.
It’s not that often that a book leaves me literally speechless but this one did. Trying to put this book into words seems like an impossible task. I went through so many emotions when reading it and I still haven’t recovered. Willow writes with such honesty, emotion and passion. Her books are such a joy to read. You know she is just as invested in her characters as the readers are.
I loved Merciless and couldn’t wait to read this one. Carter captivated me from the very start of Merciless and that didn’t let up for a second in this book. He is magnetic.
Carter and Aria’s story began in Merciless and was dramatic and emotional from the start. Heartless picks up where the first book left off. And the drama remains.
Still fighting with her emotions Aria doesn’t know where to turn. All she knows is she craves Carter. No matter how bad he is for her. And he is so bad.
Carter needs Aria like oxygen. He can’t afford to show weakness in his line of work, but he won’t let her go.
These two characters are so broken but so perfect. The reader can see how much they need one another, and how perfectly suited they are. We just need them to see it!
Loved seeing more of Daniel and Addison from Poessessive too. I always felt there was more to their story and it’s nice to have glimpses of it.
It is SO hard to talk about this book without spoiling it, squealing and listing all my favourite quotes (there are so many!). Just believe me when I say you need to read this book. Merciless was awesome, but Heartless is EPIC.