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This book... I don't think I could give it enough justice with this review.
Totally gripped from page 1, so many twists and just when I thought I knew what was happening K.A. Hunter swooped in and made me question myself again and again.
Jules.... Oh my heart breaks for her
Holden.... My heart breaks for him also
Dante.... Yup him as well
Disturbing, scary, heart-breaking, left speechless... I would absolutely recommend this book in a heart beat.
I could quite happily read this all over again.
It is not an easy story, it covers some sensitive subject matter and some readers may find it a very tough read but I will say that it is handled with kid gloves and there details are treated with reverence.
While I would love to wax lyrical about the book and completely go to town on my review, but I really can’t because it would be detrimental to the enjoyment you would get when you read the book for yourself.
But what can I say, well you will be completely blow away by the story of Jules, Dante and Holden.
Jules has lived cruelly subjugated by those around her. Her victimization was complete, it was abhorrent but it was the life she had and she did what she had to survive. Her humanity and spirit where the parts of her that she could control and contain and using an inner strength that I could only hope to have, she survived and eventually found the help she needed.
And that came in the delicious shape of Dante and Holden Riley.
These guys gave her the encouragement to stand tall and make her statement, forge her place in the world and make it one that counts. She fought to create a woman in her that she was proud of, he expanded her horizons by feeding her mind at college and she insured that she was always going to be force to be reckoned with by building not only strength but confidence when she decided to take self-defence lessons.
I loved the Riley boys, they were like chalk and cheese but they each brought their own brand of alpha to each and every page.Read more ›
This is the first book of ms Hunters that I have read, and it's a pretty good suspense novel.
Our main protagonist is Jules, and boy is she a survivor, a tough cookie who is determined to stand on her own two feet. A product of the foster system, Jules has never had anything, and Lady Luck has been ignoring her most her life, but still she picks herself up and starts again, I loved this about her, it must be very hard to have nothing or nobody that gives a dam whether you wake up tomorrow, to not trust kindness from strangers nor believe that the system is there to protect you... And she has valid reasons for feeling like this, she's been let down in the worst way.
Now I know that this is a work of fiction but unfortunately you read about the sorts of things done to Jules in the papers all the time, and Ms Hunter has made Jules so lifelike in her writing.
I felt every emotion, disappointment and triumph that Jules goes through.
Jules has little trust in men, but there's a certain guy who is determined to break down the barriers to her heart, Holden is the epitome of the best book boyfriend ... Handsome, caring, compassionate and patient. She has slowly let him in, and when we think that things are going smoothly, Holden's brother Dante decides to set his sights on Jude?
Now Dante is a mystery, I could not work out what was going on with him, and you don't really find out for a long while.
There are a lot of hidden agendas going on within this book. Some things I got straight away, but others, you are kept guessing until the final puzzle piece is revealed in the last 1/4 of the book, I was surprised on the truth, so Ms Hunter did well keeping me guessing throughout the book.Read more ›
Oh this book! Ok, this review is going to be a bit of a struggle for me. I initially had to put the book down and come back to it as I couldn’t quite get into it. The first chapter really caught me but the next few I couldn’t connect and if I’m being honest it confused me a little bit. That confusion made me pick it back up again a week or two later, I could sense there was more to it and if I just got my head around it I would enjoy it. It’s like a tale of two halves for me though, I found the second half to be far, far better than the first and it really came into its own.
It took me a while to settle into the characters, I think it was Dante that initially threw me off. I didn’t really like him til much later on and I really couldn’t figure out his angle, whether or not he was a threat to Jules and exactly who he was. I really liked Jules right off the bat, that first chapter really was good and I couldn’t help but feel sympathetic to her life and eventually her history. And Holden was just such a sweetheart it was hard not to like him. I think the author developed her characters extremely well without giving the whole thing away too soon.
I have read a review that queried incest in this book, and I have to state right now that that is not going on in here. I think if that person had read it properly then they would understand the familial dynamics and see there was no incest going on whatsoever. Sure the family is really messed up but you need to read the explanation carefully in order not to jump to that conclusion.
As I said, the second half of this book is absolutely spell binding. It’s fast paced, really gritty and a little in your face. KA Hunter did not hold back that’s for sure.Read more ›
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I lived their story with them, and held my breath through some of the more shocking parts. A tough, tormented, likeable heroine and sweet, loyal hero made me cheer these guys on... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon User
Ohh wow what an ending. This book just doesn't stop. I was on an emotional roller coaster all through it. Our brave heroine has suffered through the Foster system all her life. Read morePublished 12 months ago by petula winmill