Kai – Review

Kai by Michelle Abbott
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By Michelle Abbott
Released August 6th, 2017


My name is Kai Okamoto. I deal drugs. Trade escapism for cold, hard cash.
Born to a British mother and a Japanese father, I grew up poor, hungry, and alone. Hiding from the monsters at our door. The debt collectors.

I’ve worked hard to escape my past. I’m not that frightened little boy anymore. I’m wealthy, secure, and sure of myself. At least I was, until I met Lily.

Lily is a good girl. The kind of girl I should stay away from. I should, but I can’t.

I hate lying to her, but if she finds out who I am, what I do. I won’t see her for dust.

A standalone, bad boy romance, set in England.





Amount of sex 2.5 / 5
How explicit 2.5 / 5
Story 4 / 5
Overall: 3.5 / 5 (Rounded to 4 / 5)

I just love a gritty bad boy romance and Kai by author Michelle Abbott is right up my alley.  I like my book boyfriends to be really strong  (mentally and physically) and take charge of what he wants.  Kai had a lot of these aspects, but he is also thoughtful and caring.  I personally would have loved Kai to be bit rougher around the edges, but that is just my personal opinion.

Lily works at a supermarket and is barely getting by.  She often must decide between eating or paying a bill.  She doesn’t like handouts or owing people and I liked her immediately!   While Kai heads to the store, he hears Lily yell that someone stole her purse.  He immediately runs after the mugger and returns it to Lily.  She is not sure she trusts him and lies to Kai when he tries to get to know her.

Can Kai prove that he is a good guy?   What will happen when she finds out how he makes a living?


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Rating Report
Amount of sex
2.5 / 5
How explicit
2.5 / 5
4 / 5
Overall: 4 / 5

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