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on 17 June 2014
This book us a very interesting read. A struggle for survival against the odds. It's a very emotional book, well written with a few typos that are slightly annoying, but this does not detract from a very good book. It does have a HEA which I was so glad about. I did feel very much a part of this story and could feel the pain of all the characters, Jackson, Addie, Phoebe and Lily. I could even understand why Rochelle behaved the way she did with Zane.
I loved that all the clients/ rapists were described in detail including the obnoxious smells, and lack of feeling/ empathy for the girls...this gave a a great feeling if sickness and hatred for this type of man, but a better spence of perspective that they are not always rick and good looking in fact an interesting character with "dolls" was an interesting addition, concluding, that some of the clients, clearly had mental health issues!!.
The author has created a great book, written about love in adversity. She has truly captured the horrific conditions and mental abuse suffered by abused individuals, and given an insight into how everything can easily go so wrong, so quickly, and how humans can be controlled by our emotions and our love for one another, yet how some possess an inner strength.
A great read