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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Kill Code is a work of fiction in the romance, suspense, action, and adventure sub-genres, and was penned by author Luna Kayne. We step into an intense cybercrime thriller atmosphere for this gripping tale, in which our central pairing was once inseparable, but years later find themselves on opposite sides of the law. Hacker Jessa has been hidden ever since a brutal attack destroyed her family, so when old flame Jack discovers that she’s still alive, he wants to do anything to free her from the mastermind who controls her. But the stakes are high, and it relies on unlocking some of the traumatized Jessa’s old memories to incriminate him, which could harm her too deeply in the process.
Author Luna Kayne has crafted a romantic suspense novel that goes way beyond the usual emotional depths of the genre, delivering a realistic, psychological, and highly intense crime thriller alongside the romantic plot. The premise delivers right from the opening chapters and, though there are some dark themes and graphic moments that some readers may find disturbing, this sensitive content is handled with grounded emotional realism by the author. The dialogue played a really strong part in this, as well as the deep character development of Jack and Jessa in their past and present. Another great triumph of the work was the plot, which has some unexpected and brilliant twists as it goes on, making for a truly exciting read. Overall, I would highly recommend Kill Code to fans of the genre who are seeking a more elevated, dark, and complex suspense read.