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Hi my names KAT. The owner/reader/blogger of 𝐊𝐢𝐭𝐭𝐲 𝐊𝐚𝐭𝐬 𝐂𝐫𝐀𝐳𝐘 𝐀𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐁𝐨𝐨𝐤𝐬 I am a simple kiwi girl from New Zealand and I am a bookaholic!!! Wow, that felt good..........

Since I was a little girl I fell deeply in love with reading, and as I've gotten older that has never changed.
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TITLE: Save Me
AUTHOR: Ashley N. Rostek
GENRE: Reverse Harem | Romanced
PUBLICATION: December 30th, 2022


Save me from my past.
Save me from my fear.
Save me from my pain.
Save me from myself.

The Stone brothers are the reason I can smile again. They are my only light in the drowning darkness. What started as friendship between them and me has become something more. They want me and I want them, too. But that won’t happen with my grief tearing me apart.

Will I succumb to my grief and let it destroy me? Or will my guys be able to save me?

***WARNING This is a reverse harem romance. Contains violence, graphic killing, foul language, and sexual content. Some parts may be triggering.***

My Review


I loved the 1st book which easily got my 5 stars. So going into this my expectations were high! It kick starts us off right where we all fell victim to that cliffy the author threw us over, but that’s not the last of it, because prepare yourselves to fall down another one. This time it involves Knox.

What I love about this is the dark stalker/killer aspect of the storyline. Those times when we’re thrown into our heroine’s traumatic past is where my dark little soul rejoiced.

This one kind of went off kilter and added extra drama which didn’t need to be added, it took the focus off the back bones of the story, being Mr X

And Shi, our victim, survivor came across weak in this book, always not dealing with a situation firsthand and walking away, it just screamed immaturity, it gave me whiplash. But angst lovers will love that, but more than a handful of times it became repetitive making it extremely hard to connect with her. I understood her plight and I could see where the author was going but her backbone and strength didn’t really shine in this book.

I loved the dynamics of these Stone boys, always the protectors, loving her faults and all.

But all in all I’m still invested in this series and want to see how the author wraps it up.


  1. I haven't heard of this author before and the genre isn't my cup of tea, but I'm glad that, for the most part, this was a winner for you. Great honest review, Kat! xo

    1. Thank you Nat, I myself have only recently come across her, with a bit of a tidy up with this book it could've been a winner xox


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