The Runaway Viper by Kirsty-Anne Still
Meg's Review:As with the first, Kirsty did not dissappoint. This novel is fantastic. Jace and Joely are running. They are trying to escape Clara and the Viper Rooms. They have a love that is true and strong, but will it be enough? Can they even escape? Can Anyone? The Viper Rooms never let anyone go. Joely is set to be the perfect example of that. Clara isn't one to let things go lightly and she is primed to use Joely to teach everyone what happens when you break the rules. Every fairytale has its evil and Clara is that Evil. This second novel shows how evil she can really be. We are on a roller coaster of crazy, fast paced crazy that leaves you mouth agape at some points and on your toes the next. I love a novel that leaves you cut and dry about the good and the bad in it, and this villain is exactly that, cut and dry. When she pulls Joely back into her clutches it is cringe worthy. Of course we aren't at the end yet, and even with a Not-So-Cliffy ending, we are still left wanting more. As ever with a KAS book, it is a real page turner that you won't be able to put down. A Must Read.
Synopsis:Book two in The Viper Series
Having already broken rule number of Clara Delvine’s rules by falling in love with one of her clients, Joely Gilbert knows she is past the point of no return. After defying all of the orders Delvine lives by, Joely believes becoming the first runaway Viper Girl is all too good to be true.
However, remaining uncaught for months, Jace Mason gives Joely the life she’s been searching for – the man she wants, the house she dreamt of, the love she cherishes.
But how long can you outrun the devil when she’s after blood?
After all, Delvine never loses a girl, and she’ll do anything to make sure she has Joely back to finish her contractual obligations.
What happens when Joely’s left with the biggest decision of her life, the decision that was always hers to make – kill her heart or kill the man she loves.
Clara will make sure Joely never strays from The Viper Rooms – ever again.
But can The Boss tame a runaway viper?