Thursday, February 22, 2024

Book Review: The Hitman's Weakness by Ivy Banks


Book Description

He was sent to kill her, but now he can’t escape her alluring grasp!

Lily would have gladly traded her billion-dollar inheritance for one more day with her beloved father. But someone else wants her fortune and will stop at nothing to get it—including sending a hitman to kill Lily.

As a vampire prince, Beckett is a natural killer, so he puts his skills to good use as a professional assassin, offing only the scummiest of the Earth. When he’s sent to kill Lily, everything changes. Something feels off. When he can’t bring himself to murder her, he must confront not only the way she makes him feel, but whether the hit put out on her was warranted.

Will she turn out to be the murderer he was lead to believe or his seductive soulmate?

If you like steamy, quick, and dirty vampire romance novellas, you will love Hitman’s Weakness!

WARNING: This novella is quick, sizzling hot, and ready to be devoured!

This is a stand-alone short and naughty story in the Royal Vampire Kingdom series. Each story in this series features an alpha vampire hero. No cliffhangers and no cheating, just good old fashioned hot, dirty fun! Intended for 18+ readers due to adult content.

My Review

Beckett is a vampire and a hitman but he only kills those really bad people. He's hired to kill Lily and is told she killed her father to inherit his company but that is far from the truth. Beckett doesn't kill Lily because he knows right away that she isn't a bad person and he's more than a little upset when he finds out that someone sent him to kill an innocent person. 

Beckett feels something for Lily and wants to keep her safe because someone obviously wants her dead. So they set out to find who wants her dead and why. I had a feeling who the bad guy was right away but it's sad to see Lily find out who betrayed her and her father. This was a quick read but I loved the romance and the mystery. Beckett is such a great guy for being a hitman. 

I give this book 3 out of 5 stars.