{Review} Sweet Fury (Black Heart #1)

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Sweet Fury by Michelle Congdon
Black Heart #1
Read July 2015
4 stars



I’m a cold-blooded killer.

Raised that way by a man named Ryuu after I was found unconscious on his doorstep when I was ten years old.

I have no recollection of my former past, only that Ryuu took me in, raised me like a daughter, and trained me to become what I am today: a silent and deadly predator.

Behind each seductive smile is a calculated plan on how I’m going to kill my next victim.

Deadly with a gun and even deadlier with a blade, I spared no one.

Except one man…

A man who made me question everything I’d ever been told. Whose past was as mysterious as mine, and made me feel things I shouldn’t.

Grady Tanner.

Series Reading Order

#1 Sweet Fury
#2 Sweetly Broken
#3 Revenge Is Sweeter
#4 Sweetest Kill

It’s not rare for one killer to go after another. If asked, we will track down and kill anyone for a profit. Everybody has a price. What is rare is when the other killer decides to knock you out for the evening, and then proceeds to cook breakfast the next morning


This book had me gripped from the start. I just couldn’t put it down and finished it in one sitting. Ok so it was short but still before I knew it I had finished and really have to read the next one to find out what happens now.

I don’t read many books about female serial killers so this was really different. I really liked Emery. She just has this way about her. Except for some reason unknown to her, she just can’t kill her latest victim.

Oh the secrets that are revealed along the way. So much happening, yet I loved it all the more for that reason.

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