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Review: Red (Love in Color #1) by S.M. West


Red. The color of extremes.

Tate Conrad’s existence is annihilated. Destroyed by two men: one, her hero and the other, her worst nightmare. She has nothing to lose.

Determined to survive, vengeance feeds her. There are no limits, no boundaries, not even death, in seeking liberation.


Rylan Wolfe is driven.

A stellar FBI agent close to breaking the case of a lifetime. It’s more than career-making, it’s personal. Tate’s the linchpin to it all.

They need each other to succeed.

For Tate, is he her salvation or ruin?

Warning: This book contains graphic language, explicit sexual scenes and violence.
Recommended for readers 18+

My Review

“It’s the small, fleeting moments that rock you to the core. The moments that only register when it’s too late. With time and retrospect, they weigh heavy on your heart, robbing you blind and leaving you cheated, with only the what ifs or if onlys. Till the day I die, I’ll never forget the look in his eyes. All the emotion, concern, strength, determination, and most of all, love, brimming in his baby blues, searing my soul.”

“I’m ripped open, stripped bare, vulnerable whenever he’s near. He’s complete havoc on my mind and body.”

Red is the debut novel by S.M. West and boy does this book hit the ground running. From the moment you pick up this book, you are entranced. The first chapter is raw, intense and hearbreaking. My heart ached for everything that Tate had to experience. Her story kept me on the edge of my seat and riddled with anxiety. I didn’t know what was going to happen next or how Tate’s story would play out.

Red is an intriguing and smart read. It is filled with action, danger, suspense and sexy good times. I think this series is off to a great start and that this author has a ton of potential. I look forward to reading more from her in the future.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

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