Random acts of violence with no justification.
Unprovoked, usually brutal.
Done simply for thrill and entertainment.
A sick infatuation.
A volatile obsession,
And a rising body count.
This isn't your typical love story.
This is a dark erotic thriller. I stepped completely out of the box to write this book. It is strange, ugly, and dirty. These characters have a f**ked moral compass. You may hate one or both of them. I remained true to their personalities from start to finish. This book has taboos and multiple triggers. Extreme violence, harsh language, and dirty kinky sex scenes.
From the beginning of the story, I was hooked from the story line. The diner ... the mysterious hot guy in the corner ... the bored waitress. It was a good, quick read, but keep in mind that there are very, very dark scenes throughout the entire book. If you like to get inside people's heads and try to figure where it all started to go wrong, UltraViolence may intrigue you, quite a bit.
I will admit that I would love to have had some more of a story-line. Why they did why they did, how they chose who would be the target and how they would perish. It kind of struck me as odd that there was no remorse to what they did, but I guess that is what makes a serial killer. Just a bit more story would have been excellent, for me anyway. I will be reading book two, Blue Velvet, because there is a big cliffy at the end of UltraViolence. I MUST know what happens between Levi and McKenna!!
If you are into dark, dark suspense, then give this one a shot and get to know the duo that puts everyone else to shame.
Natalie Bennett has always been an avid fan of all things dark and twisted, so it only made sense for her to write what she loves. She brings to life unapologetic antiheroes you love to hate and strong heroines who refuse to be broken.
Natalie writes Dark and Twisty Erotica with romantic elements. She doesn't censor her writing and let's her stories tell themselves. If you pick up one of her books expecting a typical HEA, you won't find one.