Friday, March 10, 2017

Review: Disbelief

Disbelief Disbelief by T.L. Smith
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Warning this book is not for us weak stomach people, but if you are like me I may not be able to watch it on TV, but I have no problem reading it. haha. Put the gruesome moments to the side and I can guarantee you will fall in love with this book.
Death was exactly his name. He loved tearing apart the insides of people (I mean this in the literal sense, not like a Psychologist). To him everyone was evil, until Pollie. Pollie is different than most girls and she doesn't let her disability stop her from her life. He wants to see her insides, but something about her makes him want to see her insides differently than how he usually does.
There are so may wrong things when it comes to Death, but we all know under that hardness there is a tinge of softness in a person. Well Pollie brings this out in him. We see a side of Death a few times over that has your heart beating for once in a good way and not in a crazy way. They always say opposites attract and Death and Pollie could not be more different. Think angel to the devil and this is them.
We continue to see the Russian Mafia story as well. Boy does this keep getting better and better. So much Distrust, Defiance and Disbelief in these stories that the titles fit themselves. As you will see it goes against Death's beliefs and Pollie's as well, but the pull and the side they each see is real. He truly sees her and makes him see things from a different perspective. There are a few touching moments here (lips are sealed) and OH my heart you will love it.
As I said in book one it may be apart of a series, but each can be read as a standalone even though the Russian Mafia story continues as each book is about a different set of characters. You will want to pick up each book right after reading each one. This story may be totally against our beliefs and moral, but bad never sounded so good in this story.

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