Friday, February 2, 2018

BLOG TOUR: Hostage by Skye Warren and Annika Martin


Hostage by Skye Warren & Annika Martin Publication Date: January 30th, 2018 Genre: Romantic Suspense


I never knew when he’d come to me. Only that he would.
I’d never even kissed a boy the night I met Stone. The night I saw him kill. The night he spared my life. That was only the beginning.
He turns up in my car again and again, dangerous and full of raw power. “Drive,” he tells me, and I have no choice. He’s a criminal with burning green eyes, invading my life and my dreams.
The police say he’s dangerously obsessed with me, but I’m the one who can’t stop thinking about him. Maybe it’s wrong to let him touch me. Maybe it’s wrong to touch him back. Maybe these twisted dates need to stop. Except he feels like the only real thing in my world of designer labels and mansions.
So I drive us under threat, until it’s hard to remember I don’t want to be there.
Until it’s too late to turn back.
HOSTAGE is a dangerous standalone romance by New York Times bestselling authors Skye Warren and Annika Martin. It’s set in the same world as PRISONER, but can read separately!


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Occasionally I “walk” into a book thinking “this is going to be amazing”… it’s really hard when its way beyond what I ever hoped this would be. Hostage is beyond amazing… completely off the charts. Skye Warren is one of my favorite dark romance authors. She always kills it (no pun intended). Her writing is flawless. Her storylines are creative. In Hostage, Skye Warren collaborates with Annika Martin and POOF… they have given us one of the BEST dark romances I’ve ever read! I haven’t read their first book together, Prisoner, but as soon as I closed this book I headed straight to Amazon and bought Prisoner. It’s mine now and will be read in record time, I’m sure! Hostage was read from cover to cover in less than 24 hours. Book 2 of the Criminals & Captives series will consume you! 
Criminals + Captives = Consumed
They saying is a total cliché for a reason… good girls love bad boys, now make that a broken bad boy and I almost can’t handle it! That’s what we have here, Stone is completely, well, stone, he’s hardened himself and is closed off. He doesn’t trust people. However, there’s something about Brooke. She ended up being in the wrong place and the wrong time, she saw too much so now she needs to be taken care of. But Stone can’t seem to take care of this particular problem. They have a magnetic pull and can’t fight the attraction. They come from two different universes.  
He’s dark, she’s light, and together they are everything.
Man, Skye Warren and Annika Martin rocked me! I need them working together constantly! They create this perfect story that is so dark and cold! It’s a complete wild ride! Such a pure and gritty book… I felt myself fallen for the broken bad boy as well. He was unapologetically himself and I can respect that.  I loved how Brooke and Stone ended up leaning on each other and needing the other. Being the person you are, no matter how good or how bad is what we should be able to be, especially with the person we love.

I received an ARC of this book with the hope that I will leave an Unbiased Opinion. I was not required to leave a review, positive or otherwise, and my opinions are just that... my opinions.

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It’s him or me. It’s stand here and let a man die, or do something—for once in my life, do something that’s not wearing a dress and smiling and getting it all wrong.

So I run out there. I watch myself do it, like a movie almost. “Stop it,” I yell.

The attacker just keeps on, a dark storm, all fists and fury. My presence means nothing to him. My words don’t touch him. It’s as if I’m yelling at thunder.

My heart beats out of my chest. I’ve risked everything, come out in the open, but it’s not enough. I stamp my foot to get his attention, crushing gravel beneath my mother’s Louboutins.

“The cops are coming,” I say.

The man stills and looks up. It’s a shock when it happens, even though I’ve been trying to get him to see me. His eyes seem to blaze into my chest, hot and bright.

Breathless, I back away.

He stands, leaving the man in a groaning, whimpering heap.

I retreat slowly, showing him my phone, as though that might protect me. “Cops are coming,” I say again. A lie. I couldn’t punch in the code.

He’s coming at me, expression unreadable. He’s a few years older than I am—late twenties, maybe.

My back hits something hard. The van.

He keeps coming. I try to spin and run, but he grabs my arm and slams me back into the van. “Where do you think you’re going, little girl?”

I stare up at him, panting.

His warm breath is a feather on my nose; the heat in his eyes invades me. He grabs my hair and tilts my head back, forcing me to stare into his face, as if he’s trying to read my eyes.

A moment later, he looks up at the night sky. He seems almost wolfish, and I’m conscious, suddenly, of my bare neck so close to his snarling mouth. I wonder if he’s staring at the moon. It’s like he’s going to howl or something.

Then I get it. He’s listening for sirens.

“You’re a little fucking liar.”

Meet the Authors:

Skye Warren:
Skye Warren is the New York Times bestselling author of dangerous romance such as the Endgame trilogy. Her books have been featured in Jezebel, Buzzfeed, USA Today Happily Ever After, Glamour, and Elle Magazine. She makes her home in Texas with her loving family, sweet dogs, and evil cat.

Annika Martin:
Annika Martin loves fun, dirty stories, hot heroes, and wild, dramatic everything. She enjoys hanging out in Minneapolis coffee shops with her writer husband, and also likes birdwatching at her bird feeder alongside her two stunningly photogenic cats, especially when she should be writing. She’s heavy into running, music, saving the planet, taking long baths, and consuming chocolate suckers. She’s worked a surprisingly large number of waitressing jobs, and has also worked in a plastics factory and the advertising trenches; her garden is total bee-friendly madness and her most unfavorite word is nosh or possibly fob. A NYT bestselling author, she has also written as RITA award-winning author Carolyn Crane.

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