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The start of the book is quite full on and extreme, Jane is in her mid to late 20's and married to a complete and utter waste of space, Dylan. You find out straight away that Jane is abused, and to quite an extreme standard, so if scenes of Domestic Violence hit a raw nerve or it's something you can't quite get on board with, in your books, this may shock or upset you. I did feel it was done well, and very emotional. It helped to start the story at Jane's lowest point.
Malice, lives next door to Jane, and can't bear to listen to what goes on next door any longer.
One night changes both of their lives forever.
I'm not going to summarise the story anymore as I feel I will probably end up, just spoiling it by telling too much of it. It needs to be unraveled by itself.
We get taken on a journey of recovery but also new fears, and issues are brought to light, and that is for all characters involved, not just Jane.
I really loved Malice's friends/team/brothers, a combination of all really. They are obviously all extremely close, and you can tell that they all have their stories to tell. They have grown up together through incredible hard times, and now work together. You have to wait until the end to really get the gist of what they do and how they are involved, but it's something that you know you want to learn more.
I actually found all the characters in this book were really addictive, and all had stories to tell, but Jane was such an incredible leading character.Read more ›
This is the story of Jane and Malice told from both POV's. The book begins told from Jane's POV who is in a domestic violence relationship- where this part is not over graphic, it does contain some sensitive scenes but I felt the author portrayed these well. When neighbour Malice steps in to help Jane, this is where their story together begins.
Unfortunately I found Malice quite childish at times and far too much to-and-throw going on between the two for absolutely silly reasons. And when you find out what Malice does for a job, it's not as dramatic as it's portrayed throughout most of the book- these are the reasons why I could only give it 3 stars. For me I wouldn't read more in the series, but if you wanted to give it a go, this one ends with a nice HEA and no cliff- hanger for the couple.
I’m struggling to write a review without revealing any spoilers, but I’ll do my best. In the beginning it was a cracking read! Two broken dolls; One capable, forceful and robust, and the other fearful and apprehensive. Can they assist each other in the healing process? And then again, which one of them really is the bolder of the two? Which one the most fearful? And who’s the real powerhouse in this relationship?
I’m jumping ahead of myself here. The book begins with scenes of domestic violence that are so well-written that they inspire outrage. She explores the reasons for staying in an untenable situation because it is familiar, and for some reason that’s preferable to the unknown. So much so that once Jane finds freedom she seriously considers going back. And if you want to find out whether she does or not, you’ll have to read the book.
Although the unknown is safer ….. so far …. the beatings from her husband actually seem more desirable because they’re the norm with nothing to rock the status quo. If she doesn’t please him – at the dinner table, in the bedroom – then she’s going to get a beating. And it’s all her fault.
Good writing. Very good writing. So much so, in fact, that I almost wish the author had stuck to this scenario. Not that I particularly enjoyed reading about Jane’s beatings, but more that I feel these are issues that need to be explored and understood.
But the story moves on, and it’s here that it starts to get a little bit repetitive.Read more ›
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I enjoyed this story so much I've been searching for more of its kindPublished 29 days ago by sinita
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Good storyline. Liked all the characters. This story was not for me but they had a lot to overcome and they were strong for each other.Published 14 months ago by norma maccoll
I loved it.
Its dark and gritty, its real life..not some fantacy read..this happens..i loved the way Henry wrote this. Read more
Thoroughly enjoyed and hard to put down. Will be downloading the rest in the series. Well written and entertaining from start to finishPublished 14 months ago by slinnjim