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Once, I was nothing. Hungry, abandoned, wandering, and alone. An adolescent street rat fighting for crumbs. Then a chance encounter changed my entire world. A man in an expensive suit asked me how much my life was worth. I didn't have an answer, because I didn't know. He asked if I thought it was worth killing for.Impulsively, I said yes... He found me, then fostered me, aOnce, I was nothing. Hungry, abandoned, wandering, and alone. An adolescent street rat fighting for crumbs. Then a chance encounter changed my entire world. A man in an expensive suit asked me how much my life was worth. I didn't have an answer, because I didn't know. He asked if I thought it was worth killing for.Impulsively, I said yes... He found me, then fostered me, and in the interim turned me into a killing machine. A modern day La Femme Nikita. Now, I only have one mission. To avenge the death of the man who saved me. There's an invisible war on the streets. Us against them. Family against family. Power against power. They call me Ghostface Killer because they never see me coming.I understand the weight of that danger. The hazard. The jeopardy. Because now here I stand, three months pregnant with the barrel of a gun pressed to my head cause I never saw him coming......

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ghostface killer Reviews

  • Expresso-Girls Just Wanna Have Books; A Mafia Romance
    2019-01-02 17:48

    A talented writer can prevail in any genre. I've been following M Never since her "cupcake" days so imagine my surprise as I devoured the critically acclaimed, Ghost Face Killer. First allow me to introduce the sexy, man-bun wearing, Baz! I swear the name alone sends me into a swoon! Stephanie aka Stevie is his "prey". I swear I can't say another thing without spewing forth spoilers, but I will say the scene around 38% is worthy of an Oscar! I read it five times before I felt I could continue. That scene is going in the history books!Finally, kudos to MNever for stepping outside of trendy writing and exposing subjects that are identified but not spoken about in general. Exposure + transparency = relevant conversations. The shunned subjects are beautifully identified in this story as they enriched the overall reading experience! I am proud to recommend this story to EVERYONE! Don't get it twisted, though! This novel wouldn't be a MNever novel without serious mind and bed play. Trust me! Baz definitely handles every situation in and out of a bed like a BOSS!Five stars!

  • Natalie The Biblioholic
    2018-12-23 21:49

    It's LIVE!! http://bit.ly/2ogGgcP5 "This was freaking spectacular" stars!!GHOSTFACE KILLER was a story that I didn't want to end. A book that I wished could somehow turn into a series. That's how incredible, shocking, and impressive this story was. I easily fell in love with Stevie and Baz, became intoxicated with their madness, thrilled with their developing relationship, and enchanted by the growth of each character and how intensely they connected. Oh and of course I was drawn into their intimacy...To be honest, when I first saw the title of M. Never's latest book, I thought, "Sweet. I can read this one because it doesn't have menage!", but that wasn't my only thought. The title itself caught my attention. Why?Little known fact: I had a huge crush on Ghostface Killah from Wu-Tang Clan in high school. And when I say huge, I mean HUGE!! So imagine my glee when Staten Island, home of the Wu, was mentioned in this story. See for me, that tied it all together. Hey, don't make fun of the fecked up ways my brain works.Anyhoo, back to this awesome story... Stevie aka Ghost was an assassin with a 100% kill rate and Baz, a mafia prince, was her first miss. Why? Because he was freaking Baz, that's why!!"But that's Baz. Thoughtful, sweet, protective, intense. He has so many layers. And I love every single one of them."Me too, honey. Me too. Amidst the action, the shooting, the killing, the cruel twist of fate, the twists and turns of the plot, and the insanely hot sex, Stevie and Baz fell in love. And no wonder... they were both badazz and absolutely made for each other. The entire book was intense and I love every moment of it. I hope to see more stories just like this one from this author in the near future. Release Date: March 29, 2017Genre: Dark/Mafia RomancePOV: Heroine - 1st personSteam: 4.5 out of 5Book Type: Standalone

  • Jackie D
    2018-12-27 18:10

    *Rubs hands together, looks around excitedly* I just read the best book about a bada** women who does some dark, I mean dark things. I was all in from page one. The detailed, deliciously evil plot grasps you in its sinfully sexy clutches and does not let you back up for air until the very end! The dynamic relationship between Stevie and Baz is nothing short of phenomenal. The emotional aspects left me with butterflies and goosebumps! This IMO is an excellent read that leaves you thinking, cringing, needing a hug, blushing from the heat, sniffling all while on the edge of your seat. I am still sitting here in awe over this dark masterpiece! 5 plus stars from me!I voluntarily read an advanced readers copy of this book

  • KAT ⚛ Kitty Kat's Crazy About Books ⚛
    2019-01-12 17:02

    GHOSTFACE KILLER: I blame it all on the cover, one look and I wanted to read this, I didn’t look at the synopsis or who the author was, a request later and I had this in my grabby little hands. This is also a first time read for me by this author, but after finishing this book it definitely won't be my last read by this author. They say ignorance is bliss, I was certainly ignorant when I started this, the author didn’t slowly entice me in the dark, no she stood behind me and pushed me into pure darkness. The beginning of this lulled me into a false sense of security, then I could feel the anticipation building until I couldn’t believe what I was reading, no warning whatsoever, no clue as to what was going to come at me full throttle.In the ’Prologue’ is where it all begins. We’re introduced to a 14 year old Stevie a street urchin who has no qualms pickpocketing to fill her empty stomach. Until she pickpockets from the wrong man and things take a turn for the worst. Handed over to a law abiding man she’s thrown into the back of a cop car with the threat of juvie staring her in the face for grand larceny in the third degree.The man in the driver's seat is a devil with a badge and a free pass to terrorise the city. I’m his latest victim. Making a deal with the devil would’ve been easier when she agrees to let him have his way with her if he turns a blind eye and releases her, her only ticket to freedom, or so she thought, what happens next was not part of the deal.He raped me all night. In every which way.He said he liked to break slutty little bitches like me. And he did just that. He broke me. Then her fate is sealed when he takes her back to the precinct and throws her in a cell. To await her fate in the hands of the system.Then the man that handed her over to the cop came back to her with a proposition, is she jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire? Would she have been better off doing her time at Juvie?How much is your life worth? To say I was hooked is an utter understatement, I’m a glutton for punishment, it’s not the darkest I’ve read but it offers that surprise factor where you just never know what this author is going to throw at you next. Nothing is glossed over, it’s all right there in front of your face in full detail. Twists and turns keeps you sitting on the edge of your seat, as you fall harder and harder in love with this book.Slowly once under Benny’s wing where he offers a roof over her head he then trained her to be a ruthless killer, she became his ghost, sent out on jobs to kill, his secret weapon, his killing machine. Born into nothing, ignored, neglected, harassed, raped, beaten, and then turned into a killer. Her nickname on the streets isGhostface Killerbecause they don’t know who she is, who sent her. She has the perfect element of surprise, no one suspects a female. A contract killer. Until she meets twenty-eight year old Baz everything is put on the line..This man is the undoing of her. This is where it all starts to unravel. Get ready for one hell of a roller coaster ride!! This author pulls out all the stops!! This book put me through all the paces, I felt like an adrenaline junkie reading chapter by chapter just to get my fix, seconds, minutes, hours spent with my nose in this book made the outside world cease to exist. This book just ticked all my boxes, i love books like this, nail biting, swoon worthy, high octane adrenaline, biting edge anticipation.I highly highly recommend this!! One click come release day, you won't regret it!!

  • Bibi
    2019-01-09 16:53

    *2.5 stars*Stevie, the heroine, is supposedly a badass mafia assassin except really, she's not. You want truly badass female, may I suggest Lisbeth Salander or Lana Myers. You want a truly badass mafia family, then read The Ruthless People SeriesAll in all, this was an average read, at best.

  • ShabbyBookBistroBlog
    2019-01-09 16:49

    “How much is your life worth? Is it worth enough to kill for?”And thus Bastiano "Benny" Velona finds his protégé!! He changes young Stephanie "Stevie" James life , for better or for worse..... we don't know yet .“You steal from me, I steal from you.”She's molded into a silent killer ,a Ghost lurking in the shadows . Invisible . Lethal . Beautiful.Her fate is pre-written at Benny's hands. She is an extension of his hand, a hand with a gun that is. A tool to be used whenever and however he wants. Till Benny is gone and she starts to take revenge, killing his killers one by one. In this journey she unexpectedly meets Benjamin "Baz" Sabatino. He's oh so sexy, bearded, rugged, and vulnerable. They are instantly attracted to each other. Their magnetic pull too strong to ignore. They don't know it yet , but their Insta-love will be going through the ultimate test of Bloodthirsty Loyalty of Familial Ties. Betrayals and Counter Betrayals threaten to tear them apart...and they do !!! The story takes many Twists and turns from here. You'd think you have it figured out, but it flips more often than not.It's very sweet at times, very gruesome at times and Hot panty-Melting sexy ALL THE TIME !!Grips you from the word go and never lets your concentration stray. Some very funny writing - Gaudy would be a good word for the décor, but we don’t want to insult anyone, so we’ll call it grandiose. I was so in love with Baz, so wanted to cuddle him and then ride his cock! He's the most beautiful of M's characters. Stevie is very complex and very broken - heart, body and soul. Yet she's so strong ! Fast and Furious page turner, highly recommended #BookBistroBlogApproved********************************************************************Follow us onFB - https://www.facebook.com/groups/BookB...Blog -https://bookbistroblogcom.wordpress.comBlog -https://bookbistroblogger.blogspot.comTwitter - https://www.twitter.com/BookBistroInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/BookBistroBlog

  • Dani
    2018-12-24 20:57

    Whenever a new M. Never book gets announced I'm chomping at the bit to get a copy. This was no exception. It's a story unlike her other books, but it's still written with the flair and incredible punch to the gut storyline that we all expect from an M. Never book.We follow our Ghostface Killer, Stevie from the age of fourteen. Her journey is deadly, it's dark, and it's completely unexpected. When she gets a job to go after an unknown man in the middle of Colorado, little does she know her life as she knows it is about to be knocked on it's a$$. M. wields her magic in the intricate web of lies, deceit, and hot sex that will leave you gasping, wanting to chuck your Kindle across the room, and needing a cold shower. But, like any M. Never book, nothing is what it seems. When truths unravel, you're left with a mind f*ck of note.Nothing can prepare you for this ride. It's dark, it's suspenseful, it's sexy, and it will leave you wanting more. I was given an ARC for my honest and unbiased review.

  • Bex (Beckie Bookworm)
    2018-12-24 19:56

    🌟🌟🌟1/2 STARS I enjoyed Ghostface Killer by M Never, but I have to say It didn't really blow me away, In fact, In truth, I think this may have been because my expectations of this book were just so high, maybe too damn high.So this is going to be a short and sweet review mainly as It's been a couple of weeks since I read this and my memory of events is slightly cloudy as it just didn't quite stick in my head.I'm having to do a quick skim through of the blurb to give my brain a kick start.Admitingly I do have issues with my memory, but for me, this is one of those reads that was enjoyable at the time but failed ultimately to adhere.So as I said earlier I think my expectations affected my reading experience, I usually like to go in blind just for the sheer hell of it.but Well With this, man that blurb was just freakin amazing, a killing machine. A modern-day La Femme Nikita. I was like Me Me! I so need to read this like right now!!! Nikita (and I'm referring to the original series) is Like my all-time heroine & Idol, I watched this show religiously back in the day.And for her to be a bad-ass mafia type assassin on top of it, well it felt like this book was just made for me.Alas, It was not to be and though I did enjoy this, for me it just failed to live up to its's blurb.Don't get me wrong there were aspects of this book that really impressed me, it's not easy to tread the minefield of mental health sympathetically, but in Ghostface Killer, M. Never, not only does this, but manages to also excel at her portrayals. She Still somehow manages to portray Baz in a fashion, that not only shows the daily struggles he faces but does so without detracting from his overall masculinity.Quite a feat and in this she does succeed splendidly.So back to our girl Nikita, or should I say, Stevie, well after a horrific set of circumstances land Stevie in the local juvie.She makes a deal with the proverbial devil and goes to work for her tarnished rescuer training to be his personal assassin.So this is where my issues start I just wasn't getting the killer mob doll vibe from Stevie. I liked her but I just couldn't see her in that role, it just didn't fit and I'm not really sure why that is.She walked the walk and talked the talk, but nope I just wasn't feeling the stone cold killer persona from her, sorry.Then there was Baz, he came across as so dominant and male at times and then on other occasions like a real moaning-nelly with his I don't like violence stance.So not what I want from the male lead.I'm very partial to extremely dark anti-heroes who are complete dicks and stay that way.Baz was more a big cuddly teddy very likeable but ultimately a nice bloke.There was one moment where I thought yesss!!! this is going down a darker route, but then no my hopes were cruelly dashed.I also struggled at times to connect with the characters involved, I just didn't have major strong feelings either way concerning them as much as I wished this to be otherwise.So I did say I was going to keep this short, didn't I? But, you know what I'm like when I get started waffling on, can't shut me up for toffee.So, I'm just going to leave it here, leave the rest for you to unravel and experience alone and It's quite a knot that Baz and Stevie have found themselves entangled in.A heaving knot of family expectations, secrets and lies all waiting to bubble over.Ghostface Killer was quite a saucy easy read with an HEA for our pair of lovers, It explores some fascinating topics but for me, it just didn't quite hit that spot.I would still happily recommend this but will just say if your looking for a dark read this is more of a greyish hue.Before I go just want to share a couple passages that I bloody loved in this book the first,Gianni Velona is a ruthless monster, just like Benny and Regina, even if “mobster” isn’t the title he goes by. Bottom line, if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it’s a corrupt motherfucking duck..Loved that one so much, had a right chuckle to myself.And the second and last,“You’re sort of an angel.” I snort. “Of death maybe.” “An angel’s an angel,” Baz testifies.Classic, what a line.So finally if you're interested in reading this Ghostface killer is available on KU.Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm https://www.facebook.com/beckiebookworm/www.beckiebookworm.com

  • Snow
    2019-01-03 15:06

    Liked it but didnt love it...Guess i am in minority now...*wink*I don't wanna spoil someone else's experience of future reading of this book but i went in with high, very high expectations ( since i was still reeling from the lastest book i have been simply overtaken by, those of you who follow my reviews probably have an idea of what books i'm talking about) and with the fact that this story has very similar subject, the only distinction I was leaning on was the writing style.And i guess it didn't quite hit home with me! The very fact that i didn't quite connect with the characters nor have I felt the "connection" deeper than the physical pull, had only firmed my primary opinion or a gut feeling that this was an okay story but I wasn't swept away by it.This is, of course, only my opinion and my feeling afterwards, but it doesn't mean it can't be a winner for any of you!

  • L.J. Shen
    2019-01-10 21:05

    Girl brought her A game yet again.Loved this one. I'm a sucker for strong heroines, and this book delivered a thrilling, fast-paced romance story with all the dark goodness I'm looking for in a story.*ARC provided for an honest review.

  • Nazanin
    2019-01-20 15:59

    4.5 Foxy Stars"If it comes; let it. If it goes; let it … Don’t be attached and you’ll find peace."Finally I read a book that changed my mood and I’m really happy about it! this book is really fantastic. it was my first read by this author and definitely I’m going to read more of her books, if they are not Menage because I noticed most of her works are Menage and I’m not good at sharing.When Stevie was fourteen, she was living on the street. One day she pick-pocketed the wrong guy (Benny). He handed her over to a cop who was on that street but he took her mother’s ring. That year, she had been in front of a judge twice. So she offered the cop a deal (she didn’t want to end up in juvie again). The cop agreed but once isn’t enough for him. The cop raped her all night, repeatedly. He broke her. And then he took her to jail. Then Benny appeared and asked her a question:"I’m going to ask you once more. And you get only one reply. One reply that can change your entire situation. Your entire life, he emphasizes. How much is your life worth? Is it worth enough to kill for?"So he became a mentor, a father figure, a protector for her. And she became his killer. Ghostface killer. But now he is murdered and she has one name, Benjamin Sabatino aka Baz. But when she finds him everything changes!I loved all the characters in this story. But most of all, I loved Stevie’s character. She is so brave, strong, badass and so likable. I liked in this book a woman is protecting his man. I loved their relationship. I adore Baz. We had some surprises in this story and they just add more excitement to the story. The story is told from Stevie’s POV, 1’st person and surprisingly I didn’t need Baz’s POV. The writing was in such a way that compelled you to continue reading. The story is fast-paced but well-written. I really loved this one and hope you enjoy it as well!

  • Ellen Gail
    2019-01-09 18:43

    Update: This is a Kindle freebie today (May 1st.) Despite my mediocre feelings, I still vote that everyone 1-click it!You know you can't resist the call of a $0.00 price tag. Don't even try.-----------------------2.5 stars. Damn it, I really thought this one was going to be a slam dunk for me.“And you are . . . ?” he coaxes a response from me. Don’t tell him your real name. Don’t tell him your real name. “Stevie.”Stevie is without a doubt the worst assassin I have ever heard of.Stevie, aka Ghostface Killer, had a rough start to life. She grew up on the streets with no one and nothing, until a powerful man named Benny rescued her. He took her in, raised her, trained her. He made her a killer. A ghost. A deadly blade hidden behind a gorgeous facade.After a tragedy sends Stevie on a revenge rampage, her newest assignment sends her to a remote town where she encounters her target Benjamin Sabatino, aka Baz. Well, she does a little more than "encounters" him. Let's just say it's not a exactly the usual way she finishes a mark.So what's an assassin to do when she's surrounded by lies and the man she sets out to kill ends up being something more than she ever imagined?I have never been judge nor jury when it comes to my victims. I’m ordered and I execute. That’s my job. My purpose. Whether they deserved to die or not, it made no matter to me. Wait, correction, it was not meant to matter to me....For the first time, I’m questioning the reason. The motive. My own damn morals. Who knew I still had any of those?So, let's start with the things I liked! Cause there were several. Numero uno, I LOVE assassin and spy stories. Did I love this one? Nah. But do I love the genre? Oh hell yeah. I wish more writers would tackle female assassins!And speaking of writers, M. Never is a hell of a writer. Even when I'm not totally loving it, I can't deny the talent. From dark twisted fuckery (aka Owned) to sweet and fluffy (like Trinity), she's always got the writing skills on lockdown.I also liked Baz! Well, most of the time. I don't think it was a perfect representation of mental illness, far from it. However, I think it's so rare to see depictions of adult men in fiction with issues like ADHD and depression, particularly ones that are as well developed as Baz.What I didn't like: first and foremost, the title. Ghostface Killer. I just can't take it seriously. All I can think of is a certain awesome movie series.Second: He spies over my shoulder with his hands resting on my hips as I smear the jelly on top of the peanut butter.WHO THE FUCK MAKES PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY LIKE THAT? No! That is empirically wrong. Peanut butter goes on one piece. Jelly on the other. Smoosh together. You don't smear them together on the same slice! That's neglecting a whole piece of bread!Philistines.Third and this is a personal preference and also a spoiler. I acknowledge that it many not bother some readers. (view spoiler)[The baby. I just...I don't mind babies in fiction. Not always, anyway. But in a sexy assassin drama? Really? Baz and Stevie's love towards baby Audie was really adorable, but when I look at it logically in any way, it just all falls to shit. Like, I'm not planning on having children, but I have ZERO plans on taking my niece anywhere near anyone who regularly kills people. (hide spoiler)]Also, these two sentences. They should not exist.The stroke of my orgasm manifests into a full-blown molestation as it suddenly happens. As I do exactly what he ordered me to and lose my shit all over his cock like a rehabbed junkie injecting a hit of heroin for the very first time.Okay, but all of these are pretty minor complaints, yeah? So, let's talk about what REALLY pissed me off. Stevie's hypocritical bullshit. MEGAfuckton spoilers in here. (view spoiler)[So. Gianni, Benny, and Regina are siblings. Mob-like siblings with a ton of bad blood between them. A key plot point of the book is that Stevie was lied to by Benny and manipulated by Regina, made to believe all sorts of lies about Gianni's side of the family tree. It's why she killed so many people, people who turned out to be innocent, why she almost killed Baz. She never knew any better.So when Desmond, a son from Gianni's side of the family, falls hard for the sultry Regina, he is willing to take a gun and go a shootin' in Gianni's family home. Where Baz and Stevie are also staying, with the wee baby Audie. Is this a stupid fucking move? Yes. Is it any worse than what Stevie's done, all the people she's killed? No.Here's another kid, who has been manipulated by Benny, enraptured by Regina, who believes the same lies that she did for years. Who has now killed people because of those lies. Same as she did. What's Stevie's opinion on this, I wonder? Desmond clenches his jaw, rage radiating in his pretty blue eyes. At least I used to think they were pretty. They’re a traitor’s eyes now. Disgusting....Desmond betrayed them all, and he’ll get what he deserves. If he lives beyond this evening, it will be a miracle. Regina will have him put down like a dog, no doubt. (hide spoiler)]What. The. Fuck. Fucking. Shitballs.I don't even have enough curses.Any sympathy I had toward Stevie was GONE. Like hypocrisy, especially unrecognized hypocrisy, (view spoiler)[when it costs others their lives, when a character feels perfectly justified in maiming another character because they're so much better, (hide spoiler)] is just one of the fastest ways to make me hate a character.WHEW! I apparently really needed to get that rant out. Do you ever just feel totally relieved after getting review thoughts out? Apparently I was letting some rage build up on this one.So, M. Never continues to be an author I'll look forward to reading. Even when a book ends up disappointing me like Ghostface Killer did, (ugh, I can't even type that title seriously, I seriously hate it,) the writing continues to be good. I'm always interested to see what she'll do next. And when the plot or the characters don't work for me, at least it's never a total failure. I will always find a small measure to like in an assassin story.That PB&J shit though. That's unforgivable.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Elle
    2019-01-10 15:08

    4* red is your bitch STARS!!Review @Midnight Romance After the previous decent experience from M. Never other book, Moto which didn't work for me, I'm gonna say the word... just WOW! I wasn't sure about this book before but I was wrong. It's a story about a girl with horrible childhood turns into a machine killer. Yup, a hit-woman. I rarely found a heroine as a killer. This is really interesting story.“I’m going to ask you once more. And you get only one reply. One reply that can change your entire situation. Your entire life,” he emphasizes. “How much is your life worth? Is it worth enough to kill for?”Stevie was nothing before a man took and trained her to be a hit-woman, known as Ghostface Killer. But he's not a good man and neither she is. Beside killing, Stevie loves to fuck. The harder, the better. She used to paid fuck buddy for no emotional attachment. However, her latest mission turns into unexpected surprise. Benjamin 'Baz' Sabatino supposed to be her next target. Instead, she became too comfortable with him and everything changes.I've never a big fans of female lead. But Stevie really grab my attention. She has horrible childhood with abuse and sexual harassment without parents. Stevie became something else in order to survive. A quick and deadly killer with 100% success rate. Definitely bad-ass. I really admired her strength and determination.Stevie couldn't control her feelings towards Baz because in her defense, he isn't like others. Baz is too-good-to-be-true kind of a guy. I wasn't expected him to be that nice and sweet. But I really enjoyed their sexy times at some point. They didn't waste time to fuck like bunnies. However, it became too much that made me roll eyes.“Don’t hold back,” I tell him between frenzied kisses. “I like it hard. I like it rough. I like it dirty.”Baz pauses to look at me. A depraved gleam burning in his eyes. “Good. Cause that’s the only way I know how to fuck.” He picks me up and urges me onto my hands and knees. I buzz with desire, anxious for him to touch me, to use me, to fuck me.But their togetherness didn't last long when Baz discovered Stevie's motive. She went back like a wounded dog but still determined to found the reason about Baz. Another surprise came when they 'accidentally' met again but not in good terms. When Stevie found out the real Baz, I was surprised. It seems the family she works for has secrets and he's one of them.Since Baz, Stevie changed so much. Her woman instinct kicks in. Baz gave her something she never felt before. He gives her hope, future and love. It was amazing moment for both of them. Two scarred souls with dark past. Also there are more surprises happened. Really unpredictable yet a bit dramatic. Overall, I really enjoyed it. Well-written along with amazing characters. A great read about a hit-woman who has happy ending with crime prince. Still, I'm pretty satisfied and liked it.“All my fears and all my pain given a purpose. You shot me through the heart the first night I met you. And you have been dragging me around helplessly by the arrow ever since... I’m your kill, Stevie, and you are my quiet.”✦ Please visit @Midnight Romance for more reviews! ✦

  • Mindy Lou's Book Reviews
    2018-12-23 19:09

    Audible Review: I read some very glowing reviews on this audible book on Facebook and it convinced me to give this a try. They were right. This was a great book to have on audible. Muffy Newtown was fantastic. Jacob Morgan only had one chapter but it was enough for me to want to see what other books he has narrated. I would recommend the audible for Ghostface Killer.Story Review: First let me start out with a warning. This is on the dark side. The beginning of the book has a detailed rape scene. Since I listened to this on Audible, it was not an easy scene to listen to. It is the darkest scene in this book and I would classify the rest as extreme violence... which is expected considering her occupation. Now if that hasn't scared you away, this was a pretty exciting read! As you can tell, it's full of action and it had me on the edge waiting to see what would happen next. The characters are extremely flawed and I loved them. I'm also a big fan of girl power so I really liked that our heroine was the assassin. Great book and I recommend to the readers that like a little bit of dark.

  • ✰ D r i ✰
    2018-12-26 21:46

    4 "Kill them fucking all." stars!Adoro livros onde a mocinha é badass e gostei bastante da Stevie. A escrita da autora me conquistou, achei fluída e envolvente.Confesso que esperava uma história mais dark e que explorasse mais o mundo da máfia...No geral, gostei bastante da trama, me cativou e foi uma leitura gostosa. "I’m your kill, Stevie, and you are my quiet."

  • Astha
    2018-12-25 17:05

    WOW SOME BOOKS HAVE ITGOT 10 STATIONS AHEAD FROM MY STOP WHILE READING THIS BOOK but still could not have enough of it.To be honest this not the first time i have read a book like this where the hero is moving in and out like a ghost but still it is very addicting .This is my first book from the author .But she just got in my to read author list

  • Julia Valentine
    2019-01-04 17:10

    What do you get when a female assassin falls in love with the guy she's supposed to kill...you get a book thats hotter than a Five alarm fire...oooooo weeee!!!! This books has it all...Bad ass title...female killer , Hello!!! A hot broody, bearded Man bun wearing sex machine..shoot outs..guns..public bathroom sex...all the swoons you can handle and more mind blowing sex scenes!!! Oh man this book was freaking amazing.. a little different than I thought it would be. It turned into a bonafide swoony love story. My stamp of approval is all over Ghostface Killer!!!

  • Hazel *Craves the Angst Reviews*
    2019-01-16 20:02

    Find This and Other Reviews At Craves The Angst.Ghostface Killer is a Romantic Suspense written by M. Never. I was gifted a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review through SFab PR & Marketing.4 Fantastic Stars!The Review:Gripping, thrilling and totally sexy!I enjoyed this one a lot! This was my first read by this author, but it definitely won’t be my last. I get giddy over strong heroines and Stevie was that and more!Ghostface Killer was a bit dark (that prologue!! wow!), sexy-steamy (those bedroom scenes! yum!) and thrilling (shoot, bang, kill! dangerous!). I know this was a stand alone, but oh how I want more Stevie and Baz!Story/Characters...At the young age of fourteen, Stevie James is too familiar with the corrupt side of life and the treacherous streets of New York. Starving and alone, she think’s she’s scored big after pick pocketing a suited up gentleman, only to find out he’s no gentleman at all. Both savior and villain, Bastiano Velona, aka Benny, takes Stevie under his wing and teaches her a whole new survival skill and sets her on a path to be his ultimate weapon.Years later, Stevie’s world is altered once again and now she’s out for blood. Going on a job was supposed to be simple. Until she fell in love with her mark.I loved Stevie! She was strong, independent and totally brought her war face when kicking some serious ass. And she was that way from the very start. The moment we meet her in the prologue, she’s thrown into a situation that would utterly destroy most people, only she came out of it hurt, but stronger and more determined to survive. Even when things started to change, when her mission started to turn in a different direction and love started to bloom, she stayed strong and true to who she was.Baz was unexpected ... and a bit of a conundrum. Though sexy and interesting, he wasn’t nearly as alpha as I thought he would be, given who he was. When we first met him, I wasn’t too sure I was going to like him, mostly because he just came off almost too happy, if that makes sense. He wasn’t broody enough for my tastes. And he wasn’t dangerous enough given his background. Then... complete one eighty and WOW! I can’t say more than that, or it’ll be saying too much. Just know that first impressions aren’t always the final draw with the characters in this book. And I LOVED that!It also has to be said that I loved Baz’s dirty mouth! The author gives us some incredibly hot bedroom scenes to salivate over. Whooo! *fans self* The Wrap Up:This story was entirely predictable, but I absolutely love it anyway! I was addicted and couldn’t put it down. The writing was great. The characters and their stories were riveting. I wanted to gobble every page and then when I was done, I wanted to go back to the first page and start it all over again. If all her other books are like this, then I can’t wait to dig into more reads by this author!

  • Shari Kay
    2019-01-14 22:00

    Got my info. (Ty Fre). I'm out.(view spoiler)[h had sex with hero's father (before she met H and she didn't know until later on) Too high on the 'EW' factor for me (hide spoiler)]

  • Lučka
    2019-01-02 16:50

    ~~ 2.5 "it didn't work out for me" stars~~~I had high hopes for this book. My GR friends rated it 5*, premise looked good, and I expected a fast paced, suspensful, dark romance. Sadly, I didn't get it.Storyline:The story is told mainly from heroine's POV.It started on a dark side, but quickly deviated from its course after a few pages. I began wondering if I'm reading the right book. Surely, my dark fiction buddies didn't think this was a dark read. Or did they!? I was positive there will be a twist. And you know what? There was a 180 twist. I was elated. That feeling lasted for about the next three pages, before I was saying "You've got to be kidding me!?" Darkness evaporated into the continious sex scenes. The problem I have with too many sex scenes in books that are not based on erotica, is that I think of them as a plot/page number filler.I didn't like the way the story progressed. At all. Even the "major twist" toward the end didn't knock me off my feet. It was a "meh" moment for me. Characters:Couldn't connect with either of them. You see, I have this image in my head how assassins and mobsters act. Something in a line of a blood-thirsty, ruthless, cunning, intelligent and stealthy persona with an air of dominance and authority around them. I didn't find it here. I felt disconnected with the whole bunch and all I could think of was "This is not the mafia way!", "The assassins are not that clumsy!" That's just my opinion.Lack of character development. This was one of my major issues. When author decides to bring out the mental illness, I expect a full psychological development in this department. A person very close to me suffers from MI and I feel biased when it comes to that. So, that could trigger the problem with me.I couldn't associate the heroine with an assasssin. She lacked stealth and cunningness IMO. It's not that I didn't like her. It's just that the assassin role didn't fit her.The hero lacked in an alpha male department, big time. A pouting man- child, who doesn't like violence. No. No. And no. Not in a mafia book, please! He was protective and possessive. Again, I liked him despite beta tendencies, he just didn't fit in his role. IMO.Some of the supporting characters where brought into light in the beginning, and then barely mentioned again.It's not that the book was bad. It wasn't. I just thought the characters didn't fit into their roles and were underdeveloped. Unfortunately, this book didn't work out for me, but that doesn't mean it won't for you.

  • Karin
    2019-01-20 20:08

    I have never been disappointed in any book by M. Never and this book shows I probably never will be. This isn't just my favorite book by her but one of the top 5 I've read this year.I'm a sucker for a dark romance & kick ass heroine and this book had both in spades. As off her rocker as Stevie was I loved ever second of her!!!! Stevie is who she is after dealing with to much to young until Benny gives her some new options and she becomes a ghost until Baz.There's very rarely a H&H I like mutually and even rarer when I like the heroine more, this book made me want to live inside of Stevie's head lol. She was so strong, never faltering in anything. She was a phenomenal heroine, every broken piece of her.I won't give anymore details until that cause this story takes so many unexpected turns I won't ruin by accidentally steering my review into any spoilers. If you are a fan of dark books and incredible heroines this is a book you should check out!I voluntarily reviewed a advanced readers copy of this book

  • Carlabulian
    2019-01-18 20:01

    3,8. Esse livro me pegou de jeito no início, mas achei que se perdeu um pouco no meio e no final voltou a ficar bom. Foi uma reviravolta na história. Achei muita informação para um personagem só.Adoro bad girl e bad boy juntos. Valeu a leitura.

  • ❤Rachel Anne's Romance Must Reads❤
    2019-01-21 15:06

    4 starsAmazon KURTC

  • •Lisa•Marie•
    2019-01-08 17:48

    This book was such a clusterfuck.... No parents in sight, fourteen-year-old Stevie persists through pick-pocketing people on the streets. When a chance encounter with the wrong man threatens to send her to jail, Stevie's desperation escalates. It isn't her first rodeo with the cops, and she's guaranteed an extended stay if she doesn't vanish from their sights. And when the same man returns, with an offer too good to resist, she accepts impulsively. From then on, she is trained to be a lethal killer.When his death strikes, her undying loyalty towards him fuels her to discover the person who committed his murder. But when it leads her to the person she least suspected, with unlikely relations, his image chips and the man she thought she knew becomes more muddled every day...I actually liked Stevie for a healthy portion of the book, but she was a pretty terrible assassin. I didn't want Baz to die, cause' he was the only character I really liked, but she was so distracted by how hot he was that she hardly considered her freakin' job! Like, I wanted more conflicted emotions, but it was "insta-lovey" and she literally threw her plan out the window within a few days of knowing him. A FEW DAYS!!! I did like the 'discovery' moment, where he finds her gun, but I was hoping for more angst afterwards. Instead, it literally skips 3 months and it's more of a lingering thought that's never really addressed until they find each other, under very weird circumstances. Even then, Stevie was contemplating his looks when he had her trapped in a house in the middle of nowhere! I appreciated those moments of angry banter between them, but I didn't know why Baz went all 180 on his character? From what I've experienced and seen, this wasn't the best depiction of mental illnesses. And being blindsided by someone you care for doesn't and shouldn't make your eyes go crazy or whatever. Besides the scene where he begs her to end his life (that scene had me EMOTIONAL), his mental illnesses weren't too elaborated on. Surprisingly, I did still like Stevie/Baz for the most part. Their sex scenes were REALLY good, and their cute moments were a nice contrast. They aren't on my top list of fav couples, but they were nice. Did I like the pregnant storyline? Not really. I was capable of tolerating it, but... *eye roll*The last few chapters were S T U P I D. I skimmed a bit, mostly because it was just ridiculous and I didn't even want to acknowledge it, but from what I saw.... it was just a mess. Personally, I wouldn't recommend it, but it has such good reviews so people could always read it and decide for themselves!

  • J. C.Red
    2019-01-09 15:50

    What a disappointment this book was…How can you absolutely love/devour a book and then…disappointment after disappointment - the MC’s characterisations, the stupid tropes, the (in)consistency of tone, the underwhelming, downright dumb twists…To start with, I couldn’t help but picture the heroine as the real Ghostface Killah and may I just say, it’s not a great look for a woman.Wu tang forever, baby!Alas, that is not the problem…I loved this book in the beginning. It was basically a 5-star read for me in the first part, particularly the prologue - but also the badass heroine. I was practically giddy reading it, I was so excited. A 14-year old girl who does anything to survive, who keeps getting hit after hit yet perseveres. Later on, a woman who owns her shit, who loves sex (gasp!) and who is loyal and strong, albeit of questionable character - but, completely understandable considering the life she led (plus, it is fiction so, you know, my standards are very different to my real life standards). Then, we meet the hero - a bit too late in the story, maybe, but I enjoyed the first part too much to complain about that. The hero was basically perfect - he was incredibly sweet, considering and just an all-around great guy and I loved everything about him. But, it was all too nice, too perfect, too contemporary romance for a book that started off so dark. That there is the first strike - when you write a dark book, keep it dark, or else it’s just not consistent. You can’t go from the rape of a 14-year old girl and killing a man in cold blood to hearts and flowers and romantic dates hiking in beautiful sceneries. A bit of that, sure, but the whole tone of the book completely changed for a good part. And then, it continued to happen - back to dark, then back to light again and so on. It was very inconsistent and it just didn’t work. The rest of my review, I’ll put as a spoiler, as it’s impossible to talk about the issues I had without some spoilers…(view spoiler)[My first big problem was the way-too-often-used dumb plot of unexpected pregnancy. Agh, how that annoyed me. Why did that need to be in there? Oh yes, probably so the hero wouldn’t kill the heroine - how romantic, is it not? That the only reason you get your HEA with the person you love is because you were accidentally pregnant? Plus, it was soooo far-fetched. A mix up with her contraceptives, really? Exactly when she meets the hero? I’m never a fan of the surprise baby trope - not only is it overused, but it’s always at the very beginning of a relationship, which makes it very difficult for me to believe that the hero isn’t staying with the heroine and ends up loving her because of the baby. The hero can say and do whatever he wants, be as nice as possible, but the baby automatically ruins it for me. But more so in this story, because that is the only reason he didn’t kill her on sight.And that brings me to my biggest reason for being utterly disappointed in this book - the hero does a complete 180 and becomes a horrible person for a few weeks, trying to kill the heroine on sight (which I could maybe understand) but he completely lost me when he punched her hard enough in the head to make her pass out. I don’t know what it is exactly, but there’s just something about a hero punching a heroine that makes me not like him. And the reasoning for his behaviour? I just don’t buy depression and ADHD turning him into a completely different person. All’s forgiven and forgotten, of course, because poor guy is sick so everything is a-ok. He starts taking his pills again, and then everything is back to being all light and fluffy again. It could’ve worked for me had I believed his sickness, but it all seemed so far-fetched, put in just to create angst, that it fell flat. And even if I would’ve believed and forgiven him for what he did (which I’m guessing the author wanted to convince me to do once he had a deep depression and later on when he turns back into the super-sweet, very cute guy we met initially) I just couldn’t take that punch out of my mind. It was impossible. I can understand and forget him trying to kill her to protect himself, but I can’t get over a full-on punch to the face. It takes real talent to create an asshole hero or an anti-hero and make readers love him; it’s even more difficult, imo, to create an amazing hero, turn him into a horrible person, and then somehow convince readers to love him again. And him finally taking his pills and going back to his old cute self was just not enough. Or maybe I would’ve been more receptive had I believed his sickness, which I clearly didn’t; as I said, it was too far-fetched and it just didn’t fit his overall portrayal. It also could’ve helped to have his POV as well, and maybe allow us to understand how his mind works so that I can believe and understand his feelings and his actions. The final disappointment for me was when it is revealed that the hero is actually the boss (of the fucking mob!) and for a minute, turns into this ruthless dude (all talk, though). This “boss” is a man who lives alone, in the middle of nowhere in Colorado, has nothing to do with the business, and yet, he is the boss. In name only, supposedly. I. Can’t. Even. The time jumps, too, were a big problem - they’re so, so annoying and feel like lazy writing. I don’t want to read about someone’s relationship, flip the page and find out, oh well, it’s 2 months later now. “We talked a lot during that time and we fell even more in love with each other, can you believe it?”No, I can’t. How can I, when I wasn’t privy to any of the details from that time period? I gave up a little after, when they get married, because, apart from all the issues I mentioned (and a few others, actually!) it also got very boring - and I cared nothing about these 2 characters that I absolutely adored in the beginning.(hide spoiler)]Such a waste of (what started as) an amazing heroine and hero.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Miss Myles
    2019-01-02 17:55

    4.5 Stars

  • Aaly
    2018-12-27 22:00

    ** ARC kindly provided for an honest review. **When I read the blurb of The Ghostface Killer I knew for sure that this one would be explosive. And it definitely was, from the characters to the storyline.What a story … from the streets to a trained killer, no one could see Stevie coming. Hiding all her darkness behind an angel facade, she was the ghost killer, the one no one see coming. She is ruthless, sharp as a knife. Damn if that woman isn’t a warrior. After all she went through, I was in awe of her strength and ability to fight back.Living jobs after jobs, being the cold-hearted and efficient killer, a particular one, lead her in Colorado, totally knocked her over. From the first time, she knew that this man would be her undoing but also her salvation, the one would could give her hope and the desire to be more than this. What a man ... Driven to find out the truth, she uncovered a plot more sinister than she had ever imagined, endangering her own life and her family as well. I won’t develop much about the storyline but the following?? A crazy 180 U-Turn where no one won’t emerge unscathed. It was like assembling the piece of an intricate puzzle, where appearances were definitely deceiving. In the middle of this war, came out something unexpected, something pure, unconditional that could conquer all : love.Be ready for a fast paced story, with a strong and badass heroine who will do anything to protect the ones she loves. Solid and developed characters, dark and suspenseful with a strong hint of intense and steamy moments that you'd need a cold shower, it was right up my alley! I was mind-blown. Definitely not my last book from this author and I got my fix of dark erotic suspense!

  • Imani (Enamored Reads)
    2019-01-04 21:06

    5 "Badass" Killer Stars!I just... can't. This. Book. I was 100% on my toes 100% of the time reading this book! And by the end? I just felt so LIBERATED! Which is always expected when finishing an M. Never read! The characters, the badassery, the lust crippling tension between the characters, and the devotion of the story made this book what it is. A page turner from start to finish...Stevie is never seen coming. Someone as stealthy as her has to live up to her name right? They call her the 'Ghostface Killer' for a reason. She didn't have the best upbringing. But with one question..."If I could drop my jaw, I would. Kill? Is it worth enough to kill for? Would I kill to save myself?"...her life changed from that point on.With the mission to retaliate against the ones who stole the man who raised her away from her, Stevie was ruthless and most importantly, unattached. It's the one thing that feeds her soul."The last thing I need is an attachment. Physical, emotional, or any other kind. There's a hole in my chest the size of Jupiter, and the only thing that fills the void is killing."Happiness equals weakness and weakness equals death; Stevie knows this. But being blindsided is never anyone's intention. And well Baz? I didn't see him coming either."I shouldn't feel so uncontrollably tempted by this man. It isn't natural. Not for me. I shouldn't feel anything at all. I should feel numb."But everything Stevie should be feeling is everything she's not. Baz is everything she didn't know she wanted. But the one thing you don't do in a war is let your guard down. Because not only did Stevie get blindsided, but her feelings caused her to create a life..."Maybe happiness is a farce because it's something you can't hold onto. It slips through your fingers like sand, providing just an illusion and a tease of what you can't permanently have."...a life that, coupled with her own, is about to be taken.All because that blindside lived up to its name.

  • Konny
    2018-12-26 23:08

    Wow, Wow, Wow, You Must read this book !!!!Ghostface Killer by MNever is a stand alone novel, a Dark read.I can´t say how much I love this book.Meet a hungry and abandoned teen, fostered by a man from a powerful family who turns her into a killing machine.They call her Ghostface Killer because they never see her coming. And now she´s on the warpath to avenge the death of her mentor.I read Ghostface Killer in one sitting, I couldn´t put it down. This book had me at the edge of my seat. It has everything in it. Great feelings, drama, violence and murder, compassion and love, a love so deep, me heart was aching.I laughed, I cried and I suffered with the characters.I love MNever´s books. Every single one. But Ghost Face Killer is her best book and my new favorite read in 2017.I wish I could give more than 5 Stars!!! Thank you MNever !!

  • Jen
    2018-12-24 22:06

    Jen reviewing for KinkyGirlsBookObsessions...This book....I don't even know where to start with my review. I love M Never's book because I never know what she is going to throw at me.Ghostface Killer follows Stevie, a petite blond female hit man/assassin. Recruited at age 14 while an orphan on the streets, Stevie becomes the most successful assassin in her circle. Tasked with a hit she didn't expect, She sets out on not only a job but a journey of self discovery.Ghostface Killer is an intense, can not put it down, what's going to happen next book. Twists and turns, plot twists, back stabbing and one seriously pissed off off the charts hot alpha man will make you want more. Definitely worth one clicking!