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Call the Coroner by [Ashton, Avril]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1473 KB
  • Print Length: 351 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sinner's Haven Publishing (8 May 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B072HTJ9D2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,237 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Not gonna harp on endlessly about the fantastic and frenetically-paced plot, or the genius little twists and turns, or the passionate and all-consuming love affair between 2 of the most kinky and downright twisted alpha-males I've ever had the pleasure of reading. Nope, it's suffice to say that this baby has only gone and nudged my all-time favourite AA book (A Sinner Born) and its lead protagonist, Syren Rua (who stars frequently in this book I might add…yaaaay!), right off the number one spot, for me. This was simply an unputdownable, edge-of-your-seat and sexy as fook enemies to lovers read, containing not only some of the hottest sex scenes I've read in who knows how long, but also one of my now top book characters (and possibly book boyfriends?), in Stavros/diablo *salivates* – did I mention I always fall for the bats£#t crazy ones?

Stavros and Daniel’s relentless love and animalistic desire for one another, and twisted-as-all-hell type of foreplay, could admittedly be deliciously savage in the extreme at times – do heed the trigger warnings, they're absolutely warranted – but was equally a beautifully heartwarming and intimate thing to watch unfold. Witnessing these mortal enemies brought to their knees (literally, and often ;P) with their confessions of love, and more importantly, forgiveness, was nothing short of breathtaking, and after so many years of pain, fear, denial, hatred and a bone-deep need for revenge is finally put to rest, these two callous killing machines are finally granted their HEA. A highly recommended read, and one that, fingers crossed, will eventually be released on audiobook?
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I don't do reviews often, but I after reading yet another smash hit I felt compelled to state....If you haven't read anything by this total awe-inspiring author, you must be totally mad!!!!! I always look forward to Avril's books and prize each story with eager anticipation.

I have to say Call the Coroner did NOT disappoint. I was captivated from the first page and breathless by the last. I just have to say though......THANK YOU for Syren. LOVE that male.

Yet another heart wrenching fantastic read. You thoroughly deserve all that cake <3
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An interesting read, with some not very likeable people & certainly morally reprehensible people made likeable by the end of the tale. Not sure it encourages me to read the others in the series (or rather attached series) as their lack of morals certainly did grate - yes, it's a novel/fiction, but... Very much like the morally suspect stories of KA Merikan.
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This book was worth the long wait. I have all of this author's books. This is surely becoming one of my favourite. Ms Ashton deals with the conflict and internal struggle that each character has, I loved the passion and the pain. It was well written and had a brilliant story line. It was also exciting catching up with all the old characters. Well done!
I can't wait to read Renzo' story.
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Way too long and repetitious for me. Writing's ok but relies too heavily on repeating same or similar themes over and over again, till they become meaningless. If all the love scenes were removed, there'd be little to hold the reader's attention imo. Wish I had a $ for every time Daniel wanted to end things with Stavros. This tough guy who heads a Cartel is indecisive!? I admit to skipping pages after 65% as I became bored.The woman that Daniel was protecting? This was the most interesting aspect for me of the whole book; elusive, intriguing and very dark. Ultimately it seemed to get lost in the angst love between two men, and I was sorry for it. Shame. I don't want to spoil others enjoyment, so I'll leave it there. If you love M/M, you'll likely love this.
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Daniel Nieto (49) has been feeling dead since his wife was murdered by Stavros Konstantinou (42). Vengeance was what kept him going and so, he carefully planned a pay back. The right moment came. Stavros was made captive and tortured for 2 weeks.
So far, so good. No surprises. We have all read the blurb and expected that, right?

Wrong. Because at some point Daniel's plan failed big time.

Daniel expected Stavros to break, to crack under the force of his torture. Stavros was having none of it.

"I missed you, Nieto"
He licked the blood off his bottom lip.
it is so m-much fun wh-when you are here."
Insolent, defiant, provocative...

"I'm, uh-" Stavros cleared his throat.
"I'm not really the screaming type, lo siento."

Daniel found Stavros... fascinating.

Then, the unexpected happened. Stavros Konstantinou touched Daniel Nieto and breathed new life into his numb body. Grief and hatred collide with lust and obsession
Now, let me drop my two cents:

As a *ahem* connoisseur of dark reads I've been finding it quite tricky to come across a winner in this genre, where the balance between darkness and plausibility didn't cross the line of absurdity.

Some are too incredible to take seriously, others don't give us enough depth to connect with the characters aiming shock value and so on... Therefore, I do appreciate when a story give me it all.

The synopsis of Call the Coroner shows darkness. The warning triggers are very clear. Still, I don't think the person who reads this blurb can grasp the full idea of what she is getting into, mainly because the emotions hidden between the lines is what really causes a massive impression. Totally unexpected.
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