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Kill For You

(Catastrophe #2)

3.88  ·  Rating details ·  211 ratings  ·  50 reviews
A virus swept the globe killing almost all of humanity and crushing civilization to the ground, leaving Trevor Mason in the enviable position of being able to strut out of his wide-open death row cell, a free man. Now he’s trying to find redemption by helping to rebuild a ruined and empty world.

Rebel Case was a box office phenomenon, but after the apocalypse she’s just a
Kindle Edition, 331 pages
Published September 12th 2017
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Sep 18, 2017 rated it it was ok
I got an ARC in return for an honest review.

I requested this book because I had high hopes. There were so many places this book could have gone because the world was over, there were no more rules. I thankfully didn't look at the cover. The lead male was described as pretty much a sexy white supremacist, but the cover has him as a hipster. Conflicting views to me. One of his main physical features are his white supremacy tattoos, but they are no where on the model on the cover which feels like
Dec 29, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2017
Trevor is a badass. Rebel is his match made in heaven. I really adored the two of them together. I also liked how Trevor completely turned his life around to be someone better than he was before. I think there are a lot of people who wish they could have an opportunity like Trevor had to start over and try and make things right for himself. He's not perfect, but he's trying, and that says a lot in my book.
I enjoyed this much more than book one, although Rachel is still around screwing up the
DNF at 47%
Sep 17, 2017 rated it it was ok
Not my cup of tea.

I love apocalyptic fiction, so I figured this book would be right up my alley. I struggled to finish the book because I didn't think Trevor was a good match for Rebel. He's self serving in his secretiveness, objectively understands that Rebel would leave him if she knew the truth, and outright lies to her about his past when asked. It irks me when male heroes remove the heroine's agency when they think they're doing what's best for them. This was so much worse because Trevor
Sep 28, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2017
I really wanted to like this book and was gutted to have to give it such a low score. I have read the first book and that was pretty good for a romance story plopped in the middle of an apocalypse because I liked the characters and the story line was OK. Book 2 however was not good, it starts with Rebel letting Trevor who she has literally just met cop a feel and more when she has no idea if he is going to kill her or worse and she doesn't even know his name! I couldn't finish this book as Rebel ...more
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I liked the first book but this one is no. Desperate people.
Space Cowgirl
Sep 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
It's The End Of The World As We Know It

ARC received for an honest review.
Trevor, the ultimate bad boy, walks out of his cell on death row when the known world ends from the Ebola virus. Billions die, few are left, it seems only healthy young adults and a few children still live.

Trevor vows its day one for him, he is starting over, he will be the good man he wants to be. The past is past. Done. Over.
Trevor finds a farm in California where the small group of people there welcome him. He's quite a
Melanie S
Sep 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I'm voluntarily reviewing an ARC of this book, and the opinion expressed is strictly mine. I read Michelle Mills' novel, Die for You, several months back, and was blown away. I just read Kill For You, Mills' second novel in her post-apocalyptic Catastrophe series, and was blown away again! Trevor, the ex-con and former third in the triad from book one, shares the spotlight with Rebel Case, mega-movie-star and fellow Ebola plague survivor, but this is so much more than a romance. The meat of the ...more
Sep 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ebooks, read-in-2017
I'm still loving the abandoned cities and post-apocalyptic vibe we have here. Our small group of survivors is slowly growing into something that can defend the place they've claimed and that's a good thing considering all the crazy stuff they have to deal with.

Well, wait. Let me back up. The group MIGHT be growing. If, you know, the new people showing up decide to stick around. Which is something Rebel isn't committed to, when we first meet her. She's wary and tense and her attraction to Trevor
Oct 22, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: arcs, michele-mills
***I voluntarily read an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.***

First time reading a book from this author and although I enjoyed reading the book, there could be a lot more things added to make me live the book. Post-apocalyptic book with only a few survivors and the main thing some of them worry about is not having enough women to be with. Trevor and Rebel were explosive but meeting each other for the first time and letting a guy give you an orgasm just because you desperately need it seems a
Angala Fox
Sep 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. This was a great post apocalyptic book full of suspense and steamy scenes. I loved how the two main characters were opposites who end up coming together to save each other. Definitely worth a read.
Leanne Bryson
Sep 20, 2017 rated it it was ok
*** I am voluntarily reviewing an Advanced Reader Copy of this book***
This is a tough review to write. I like the premise, the storyline was interesting.....BUT!! The editing was sporadic, the dual POVs were not defined and somewhat odd, and some of the secondary characters were just plain unpleasantly weird. Overall, the book did not reach its potential!
Fly FreeBird
Sep 13, 2017 rated it did not like it
No way in hell I'm finishing this book! Just can't. I still don't know why I freaking bought this book for freaking 5 dollars. ...more
Apr 16, 2019 rated it liked it
I’m a fan of the Hero in this book.

Trevor is a pretty complex character. I was looking forward to reading him as soon as I heard about this series. I almost skipped to this book first.
I’m a little on the fence about my decision to follow the series order. I think I would have loved or at least liked this book a lot more had I read it first. After book one? This was a bit of a let down for me.
The relationship between Rebel and Trevor was rushed. Left a lot of room for pitfalls. I get they are
Jul 28, 2018 rated it it was ok

What I didn't like - The typos and other grammar and punctuation errors, Spike, the misunderstanding, the secrets lasting nearly the whole book, and there were things in this book (and the 1st in the series) that seriously could have been described differently. Some things just about made me throw up. I didn't think the traveling of the new group made sense. It didn't make sense that they fell into the sorta trap because they has been told about those guys. I understand somenof Spike's
Oct 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
Trevor and Rebel's story. Hot, steamy and sexy even though the end of the world occurred. A worldwide deadly Ebola outbreak kills off 99% of the world's population. Finding survivors is a slim to none chance, but Rebel and her travel companion, Justin, hear a ham radio transmition from Adam (Book 1) and set up a meeting. Trevor volunteers to meet up with them because once he heard Rebel's voice he had to be the one to go. Once he gets to the meet up spot he sees Rebel and is blown away by her ...more
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Whilst having read Book 1 would help you understand this world, there was enough explanation of recent events etc to be able to follow the story if you haven't done so.

I enjoyed this much more than I did Book 1, it felt faster paced and I liked the extra characters. I think the author had got 'into' the world a little better and this was reflected in a more captivating story. This is a dystopian romance with some darker aspects, though by no means would I ever put it in the dark category.

I did
Sep 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I've been waiting for what seems like years for this book, and it did not disappoint. Michele Mills does not hide what she writes. Filthy romance with a HEA. If you're not looking for over the top love starring bad boys with badder mouths, look for something else (but really why would you ever want anything else?!?).

I fell in love with Trevor in Die For You. I thoroughly enjoyed Adam, but I'm a sucker for bad boys. As much as I would have loved to see ex-con Trevor pair up with some sweet
Dr. Pepper Fantasies
May 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Earned all 5 Stars

I had started to read this book once before.

I lost my way after Hurricane Harvey decimated my city. It was so difficult to read a dystopian novel when I was going into a situation where I didn't even know if I had home to go back to...

I am so glad I was able to pick this book up again after life stabilized and I stopped crying everytime I saw new signs of damage.

Rebel was lovable and I am thrilled with Trevor finding his happily ever after! I enjoyed visiting characters from
Barrie Mac
Sep 24, 2017 rated it liked it
I love post-apocalyptic books but this book fell short for me. I haven't read the first book but as this is a standalone, I didn't feel like I was missing anything. Trevor was on deathrow when a virus wiped out 90% of the population. Released by a prison guard, Trevor wanted to start anew and be a better person. He found a group of people to live with. When a call comes in on their radio about 2 more people and one is a woman, Trevor goes to meet them. He wants his own woman. Trevor's desire for ...more
Sep 16, 2017 rated it liked it
2 1/2 stars -- okayish

The storyline had a lot of potential. I really wanted to be in love with this story, and while I enjoyed it, I didn't love it.

A big issue was the poor editing. Example: is the guy's name Justin or Jason? Because "Jason" kept popping when I thought it was Justin. Rachel and Rebel kept switching places, even when only one of them was in the scene. That really kind of turned me off the whole story.

The three sex crazed females were another turn off. There were unnaturally
Apr 09, 2019 rated it did not like it
R....l. Basically the same name as the heroine in the first book. This one isn't any better. The world as we know it is gone and after 3 months you should have learned the virtue of carefullness, especially as a woman. This one is also tstl.
Repeating pattern, this time without the threesome, not that it made any difference. Totally unbelievable that a woman, a victim of gangrape, easily comes to terms with that she became pregnant and the only bothering thing is that she doesn't know who
Sep 30, 2017 rated it liked it
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This is my first time reading a book by this author. I had not read the first in the series but Mills nring enough backstory into this book so you don't feel like your missing much. I liked the story line although I wish there was more with them scavenging cities and such. It didn't feel really apocalyptic to me. Other than the whole white supremacy I liked Trevor. I didn't care much for the lies and such. If he felt like Rebel was the one for him pretty much as soon as he met her, he should of ...more
Jul 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
Almost perfect

Loved characters and was rooting for them from the start.

Couple of things didn’t buy into, her not knowing what his tats meant. She wasn’t naive and with Hollywood she was surrounded by storytelling and even mentioned some prison, whit supremacy groups. No way would men that went without for so long would have waited a day, especially if out of prison.
No way would have all the men left. They would have been not from prison and just joined with group To survive. Would have been
Stacy Harper
Nov 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
Dark and lovely

I am really all about a post apocalyptic type romance novel so I immediately clicked to buy this book. And boy am I happy I did! I didn’t realize this was the second book in the series but that did not take away from my enjoyment of this book. Rebel is a former famous actress and Trevor is a former criminal who walked out of prison after almost everyone there died. They meet and immediately feel a deep attraction however they both are keeping secrets. I really enjoyed this book
Diane Vandergriff
Sep 21, 2017 rated it liked it
I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book...

Wow! I don't like apocalyptic stories; however, this one was really good. I'm glad I read it. The plot was interesting and held my attention. The story-line was choppy in some spots and some details could have been left out as they didn't add to the story. I loved the characters - Rebel and Trevor were explosive. All the characters were well-developed right down to all of the secondary characters. I really couldn't put it down. I plan on
Oct 19, 2017 rated it really liked it
Great series

While this is book two, it is the first time reading something by this author. Great use of the real world around us with an added "apocalypse" in the mix. It was also a nice change of pace not having zombies in the mix. The flesh eaters seem to be all the rage these days. There are several great characters and hopefully they get there own books. Can't wait for book three!
Sep 14, 2017 rated it liked it

I like the characters. I liked the movie star point because seriously what happens when they end up alive. I think this was a good point. What I really was unhappy was the interacting of POVs. Example is when we read from Rebel but then it switches to Trevor without a heads up it seemed confusing. Then the end with Sebastian where did that come from. The story though has a great impact on sexism and racism which I thought was bold. Overall good
Christie Howell
Oct 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Kill for you: Trevor and Rebel

Well it was a bit of a faster read than book 1. Definitely stepped up the storyline. I liked this book a lot. Enjoyed the banter between both main characters. Can't wait to see what comes next in this series. And I kept thinking...why doesn't Trevor go into a tattoo shop and swipe a gun to cover up his tats?...but I like the approach the author took.
Sep 25, 2017 rated it liked it
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Even though I found this post-catastrophic situation too idyllic for my taste—you know, they all are one big happy family with their ups and downs—I enjoyed Kill For You. I just wasn't fully satisfied with it.
I would be happier if the story was more emotionally raw and grittier. I know there are women with rape and abuse in their past and I wouldn't wish another traumatic event on them, it's just... The capture and rescue in this book was too freaking neat.
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Michele Mills lives in California and leads a life of quiet, G rated desperation with her husband and two sons. In an attempt at a fulfilling, R rated inner life that does not include Disney movies and Nickelodeon; Michele reads and writes filthy romance and, well...filthy romance. And she wouldn’t have it any other way.

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