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Beautifully Wounded: The Beaumont Brothers, Rock and Roll by [Griscom, Susan]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2374 KB
  • Print Length: 306 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IPOCDXU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #992 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This was a beautiful and very emotional book. I really enjoyed it and couldn't put it down. Lena is such a strong character but she has no idea about her own strength, she puts her self down so much due to the abusive relationship she's suffered through for the last year but (as Jackson pointed out) the fact that she finally defended herself and ran from her abusive ex took a lot of courage and strength. She's plagued by thoughts of her ex finding her and killing her for daring to hit back and run. She slowly heals in the book, physically and emotionally/psychologically thanks to Jackson's care and patience.

I adored Jackson, he was exactly what Lena needed to show her there were good men in the world and that Troy was the exception more so then the normal. Jackson fell hard for Lena and was very considerate of her feelings and what she needed to heal. He really helped her and they were well matched together, as Lena muses at one point it really is a shame she didn't meet Jackson before Troy.

The book deals well with the subject of domestic abuse. I think Lena recovered quicker then most abused women and entered a relationship quicker but she didn't endure it as long as most and though she admits to making excuses for the abuse at times she also never intended to stay with him. From the first time he really hit her and threatened her in their home she'd begun making plans to escape. She understood about the dangers of domestic abuse having witnessed her own mother beaten to death by her step-father. She truly was so much stronger then she believed herself to be.

I look forward to the second book in this series to learn more about Jackson's brother Brodie.
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Susan has managed with the gift she has for writing to capture the horror and guilt of being an abused woman. Lena, in this case made a wrong decision in marrying Troy but it wasn't until after the marriage he showed his true colours, like so many men, once he "owned" his woman he thought he could do whatever he wanted to his property. Unfortunately like so many women in this predicament, getting away was their one hope but he made that an impossibility. Lena however took the plunge after a particularly violent episode and her story with all her fears will keep you in the edge of your seat, glad you are not her. She meets Jackson and Brodie Beaumont and finally learns that not all men are like Troy.
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Lena ran away from an abusive situation and ended up in a small town. As soon as she walked into the bar there was chemistry between her and Jackson. This story is about Lena's journey and relationship with Jackson. This is a lovely story and I really enjoyed it. Can't wait to read the next book.
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This was a very enjoyable quick read.

When you write about domestic abuse there is a very fine line between too much detail that it becomes insensitive or very little detail so you can never empathize with the character as you will never get a full picture of what is happening. But Susan walks the line perfectly, the beginning of the book is very respectfully written and shows a true picture of domestic abuse without being insensitive.

This book kept me gripped from the very beginning, the only critique I can give (and the reason I didn't rate with 5 stars)is that there wasn't enough romantic moments between Lena and Jackson for me, I loved the interactions between them and I just wish there were more ;)
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