Can a monster find love?
In 1718, he was abandoned then betrayed, spurring his relentless desire for revenge against his creator, Victor Frankenstein. It is now the 21st Century, and despite his fervent wish for death, he still exists, tortured by his crimes, searching only for peace.
Angela Ellis would have frozen to death in the harsh Alaskan wilderness if not for the man who found her on an icy ledge. He calls her Angel, but has no name himself. He is kind, caring, handsome, and scarred both outside and inside. The more she learns about him, the more she wants to know...and the more she falls in love.
He is unworthy of love unless he can confess, but his secrets are buried deep and to reveal them would be to rip out his soul and lose his Angel. Unfortunately, he is given no say in the matter. Nature has a way of revealing all.
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About the Author
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The book was painfully slow. I started skipping pages.
Heart of Frankenstein by Lexi Post This is Angela “Angel” Ellis and Sas’ story. Oh my goodness!! This story grips you from the start to the end with an amazing emotional ride. The author created a story with so many layers and characters with depth. At times I cried because I could feel the pain or the happiness of the characters. I don’t think that I can fully explain how emotional, sensual, and entertaining this book was to me. I’ve read over 300 books this year and this will be one that sticks with me and will reread. In my opinion this is a must read! I hope you enjoy Angel and Sas’ emotional journey as much as I did. FYI, contains mature and graphic content. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book
Honestly, I have never read the real story of "Frankenstein" so I never knew the monster's story. I only saw the monster in the movies and he was depicted rather grotesque. So I was a little unsure of this, but I have been a fan of Lexi Post for so long , that I figured if anyone could pull this off, she could. Needless to say, she did not disappoint me. I was invested from the minute I started reading. Especially about the monster. My heart broke for the monster or "Sas" and the pain he lived with his whole life. I just wanted to reach into the book and hug him myself. This book just pulled me in and kept me intrigued from page 1 until the very end. I love the uniqueness her stories bring. I've said this before and I'll say it again about Lexi's writing, it's a breath of fresh air in a stale PNR world.