Killing Cupid

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42 Ratings

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1 out of 5 stars
By John on 01-24-18

Peculiar,.. Pervy,... waste of $$$

I’m getting my money back on this stinker... I regret the time wasted on the read and review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By LeQuita Harris on 12-15-17


I absolutely love a well written book. This one does not disappoint!

I will be careful not to give any spoilers! What I will tell you is this is definitely a real page turner. The characters are believable and well thought out. The story moves along at a good clip and does not falter. The storyline is solid and the book does not disappoint!! I was not expecting the ending and will now go purchase more from these great authors!!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 03-16-17


These two authors are just amazing! So creative and interesting. This book had my immediate interest from page 1.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Cheri on 02-08-17

Awful people and unbelievable story

I've not read a book with such terrible, despicable characters in a long time. I probably would have been ok with their awfulness as human beings if the situations they found themselves in and their reactions were in anyway believable but they weren't. My ability to suspend disbelief quit well before the halfway mark.

On the positive side, the narrators did a great job.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Debbie De on 01-09-17

Alex & Siobhan

Killing Cupid is more then a thriller its literary art on a 2017 modern day ROMEO & JULIET Steelo.
If this aint estranged love I dont know what is?
Alex has it bad for Siobhan.
Siobhan has it bad for Siobhan? This was magnificently written and proformed. Well Worth the credit and highly recommend.
Official DeAnn DeVille: Author, Writer, Blogger on Audiobook Reviews, Audible book addict.

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3 out of 5 stars
By JK907 on 12-21-16

lots of unanswered

This was interesting and held my interest enough to steadily get through it. However, there was a lot of hinting at things in the main character's past that kept coming up so I thought they would be eventually be relevant, but they never did and was no clarification. Had the story addressed them, there would've been opportunity for more twists and character development. Felt a little lazy and disconnected toward the halfway point and ended that way.

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