Review: Marry Screw Kill by Liv Morris

Posted April 29, 2016 by collecto in Blog Tour, Book Reviews, Books / 1 Comment

Review: Marry Screw Kill by Liv Morris

Review: Marry Screw Kill by Liv MorrisMarry Screw Kill by Liv Morris
Published by Self Published on April 25th 2016
Genres: Romance
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There are two men in my life. I’m marrying one, want to screw the brains out of another, and by the time this story is over you may want to kill someone.

The choices are still pending...

A NO CHEATING standalone you need to read sitting down.

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Caro’s Review: 4 stars

“Marry Screw Kill” is the story of Harlow. She witnesses the most traumatizing situation and the attractive and mysterious Doctor James Elliot takes her in after, gives her shelter, time and space to recover. Within a short time, this bond evolved into more than victim and savior. But when suddenly James’ seemingly wild nephew comes to stay for a month at their house, their roles start to get mixed up and suddenly wild boy Sin shows Harlow, that not everything that has been done to help someone is done out of kindness…

This was my first book by Liv Morris and I must say, that I quite liked her writing. Even though the plot and big reveal were quite obvious from the beginning, I was wrapped up in Harlow’s story from beginning to end. The characters were all very interesting and especially the relationship between ‘bad boy’ Sinclair (or short Sin) and Harlow was very tender and believable. The only thing debatable is the sex in this book. I was very torn about if to find these scenes between Harlow and James sexy, since you could feel the h’s despair – but on some level, this author obviously can write one heck of a sex-scene. So, that’s ultimately why I was hesitant to give “Marry Screw Kill” the full 5 stars. It was a really good book, but there were a few small things, that could have been better. Though I won’t dwell on them now, maybe I’m just too sensitive of a reader… Oh and regarding the author’s promise in the plot about the no cheating in this story – it’s really true! After approx. 20% of the book, I thought to myself ‘Okay, how’s that gonna work without cheating???’ But it did. So, I’d say that this book is definitely suitable for all readers, even those who avoid cheating in books. There is no love-triangle whatsoever!

All in all, I rate “Marry Screw Kill” with 4 stars and can recommend it everyone. Standalone novel, for mature audiences only with no serious triggers.


Jenn’s Book Review: 5 stars

This book reminded me of why I LOVE reading and reviewing books! Liv Morris really did a number on me with this one!

Harlow is a young and beautiful girl who is all alone in this world after some tragic events in her life. She finds comfort and safety in arms of an older man who loves her so much on the border of unhealthy obsession and possessiveness. In this trying and hard time in her life she feels that is where she should be and how she should live her life until another younger man comes into the picture. He is opening her eyes to the things that are happening around her. He is awakening her from this deep sleep she had wandered into and can’t seem to get out on her own. The passion they feel towards each other is another problem for them both. They are drawn to one another but can’t act on their feelings because they are forbidden fruits.

My very first book by this author who is new to me Liv Morris and just the blurb and that cover blew my mind away and I was immediately in for it! This book brought me to my knees and took my breath away many times while reading, at one moment or two I was even CRYING real crocodile tears.

It starts of pretty much with a loud bang and just keeps rolling on. This is a story about discovering your self-worth and never allowing anyone take control over your mind, body, soul.

I felt so many emotions during this read: Anger, Sadness, Helplessness, Joy and at last Happiness. It was hard to go through some scenes knowing that there are so many people in the real world being trapped into unhealthy relationships and that many might never made it out of them. But it was also beautiful and satisfying to read about how Harlow finally woke up and fought for her freedom and how she stood her ground once she realized what was going on. I can only hope that others who are in that position find their voice and speak up and find their way.

Relationship between Sin and Harlow made my heart melt a little bit and how he treated her was so good for my own sanity. He showed her how real men should be, patient, loving, caring and protecting their love ones not commend over them. He will most likely haunt me in my dreams for a while now 😉

What I missed in this story was more angst and drama, as the blurb seemed to promise more of it. But on the other hand this story was refreshing with its characters that weren’t just grown up business man and his desire for kinky relationship. Two of the main characters are younger people who are still to define themselves but knows right from wrong and how to act on it.

I can congratulate Liv Morris for a job well done with this book and wish her all the success in future projects. I loved how she wrote this story and that she had it done from double point of view.

I couldn’t put this book down once I started and would definitely recommend it and hopefully its message will reach more souls that needs saving.



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