Review: The Executioner: A Love Story – Melissa Silvey

Print Length: 254 pages
Publisher: Melissa Silvey (June 15, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-
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Florian Desjardins – Secret Assassin.
Jordan Stewart – Technological Whiz
Agent Vince Argento – Federal Investigator


A trained assassin finders herself as the target, when it’s discovered that someone is out to kill her. She ends up on the run with her next door neighbor, and a Federal Agent. What they find is how much they all three need each other.


This book was a bit of a stretch outside my normal genres of reading. While I’ve done books on sexual themes before, I always find it a bit difficult relating to characters going through things I’ve not experienced. That being said, I found myself liking these characters. Each of the three primary characters seemed to have traits that the others depended on. That hold true in almost any relationship. My wife and I bring different strengths to our relationship, and Florian, Jordan, and Vince did the same to theirs. While I’ve never been involved in a polyamorous relationship, I can kind of understand it, and support it.

Due to the sexuality, this book may not appeal to all readers. It involves multiple pairings of sexuality from m/m, to m/f and m/f/m. But for some of the more open minded readers, I think you may find yourself enjoying the story. In the end it’s a love story about 3 people, all broken, and all needing something in each other to repair the cracks in themselves.

I’d rate it for adults due to the content. But I think it has its appeal to the modern reader and think you’d find it enjoyable. Be sure and check it out, and drop back by to let us know what you thought.

About the Author

Melissa Silvey is a West Virginia native currently residing in Alabama. She is a 43 year old mother and college student.

She’s taken several creative writing classes and workshops, and is actively trying every day to improve her writing. She still doesn’t know what she wants to major in, it changes every day but she’s leaning toward law.

The good thing about her mind changing every day is that she’s always thinking: what if. And what if usually leads to a new idea for a book. She’s been writing since she was a child, but only recently found an outlet in e-books.

*Disclaimer* A special thanks goes out to Author for a review copy of this book. It in no way influenced my review. You can discuss it here or join my facebook page and discuss it there.

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