- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1742 KB
- Print Length: 132 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Edwards Publishing (19 April 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JA3UH6K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 23 customer reviews
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Uncovering You: The Contract Kindle Edition
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I had not read any reviews so was surprised by the way this began and I look forward to the next instalment with interest.
I did struggle to get into this book at first. The beginning just felt so drawn out as Lilly seemed to be figuring out her surroundings for ages. I could understand this pacing more in a longer book but I had hoped for a more fast-paced opening. The shifts in time at the beginning didn’t really work with me either – I found them a little confusing. Luckily though, the confusion didn’t last long and I realised the switches from past to present were vital to the story and began to enjoy them more.
Scarlett Edwards really built up Lilly from all the flashbacks and we’re able to learn a lot more about her then you would often learn in a short book. The suspense and mystery the author wrote made the book really intriguing and entertaining too. I really felt like I could picture where Lilly was and how she looked and what had been happening to her and this was all down to the great descriptive writing. The ending also left me hooked and I definitely have to carry on with this series.
The Contract succeeded in being a great opener for the Uncovering You series in that it’s very difficult to read and not think, I need to read part two right now. Although it did take me a little while to start following and enjoying The Contract, the final three quarters of the book were much, much better and I flew through the book. Once I got to the end I really did not want to stop reading and I’m anticipating some great writing and higher ratings as this series progresses.
*Book gifted for honest review.
~this review may contain minor spoilers~
I refuse to give in to despair, even if my entire self-preservation mechanism is on high alert. Despair is what whoever brought me here wants me to feel.
I will not succumb to that.
Well well well, you've certainly got my attention Miss Scarlett. I am a big fan of gritty, dark, and emotional reads and this book definitely falls into that category. I'm not sure how I feel about it being a serial read though, this concept is new to me personally even if I have heard of such a monster. On the one hand- I like a long read and this was a bit on the shorter side, I sooo wanted more after that ending. On the other hand- it appears I won't have to wait too long for the next book which rocks cause I sooo wanted more after that ending.
Nothing feels right. The fog that's heavy on my mind is starting to lift, but not yet enough for me to understand-or remember-where the hell I am. This place is unfamiliar. I know that much. But right now, I feel almost like a surgery patient whose anesthetic kinked out: fully awake mentally, but completely impaired physically.
Lilly Ryder has just woken up in the middle of a living nightmare. She is in an unfamiliar room with no windows, no doors, no signs of human life, no idea how or when she got there, oh... and she is sporting a brand new collar around her neck. To say she is in a little bit of a panic would be an understatement.
A hysterical sort of laughter builds in my chest. It's the laughter that comes when all the lights have gone out and all hope has been extinguished. It's the laughter of a woman on the edge of sanity.
The only clue she has as to her situation is a contract.Read more ›
We are introduced to Lilly Ryder, who appears to have been kidnapped. She finds herself all alone, and unable to escape. She has, at first, no memory of how she came to be there. But as the story goes on we relive Lilly's past with her, as well as more recent memories, as she begins to try and work out what has happened to her.
As time goes on we learn more and it all starts to make sense, both to Lilly and the reader.
I love that I was totally drawn into the story from the first few sentences, and I stayed that way throughout. This is a genre which has become more popular these days. This story is different however in quite a few ways, all of them good!
I love the idea this is going to be a series of short stories. The next is due April 20th, and future books will be released every three weeks after that.
I can't wait to find out more about the mysterious J.S. and discover what fate has on store for Lilly.
This book is the beginning of a series, this follows Lily and J.S. Lily wakes up in a dark room, unsure of how she gets there and unsure of what is going to happen to her. Lily spends the start of the book, getting use to her surroundings and giving you an idea of what place she is in.
The book changes from present day to past quite regularly, giving you insight into Lily’s past and also what lead her to where she is now. We find out about her childhood and her lack of family life. We learn about her friends and we learn of this once in a lifetime opportunity that she seems to get.
Lily is kept in the dark, with a collar around her neck and no idea what is happening to her. She gets food and water left in the room on a daily basis, but she refuses to eat it as she would have to sign the contract to get it. The contract basically means that lily has to become J.S’s and do what he asks, she doesn’t want to give up her life.
This was a good start to a series, in which we get to know Lily quite well, but we only find out a little about J.S. He is a mystery and quite closed off, he seems to know exactly what he wants and is willing to do anything in order to get it. Well done Scarlett on an interesting start to a new series.
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This book is a real raunchy book which both partners would read either on their own or both snuggled up in bed together! 📷Published 21 months ago by Bernie nash
Highly addictive but the stories are very short and after their 3rd book it becomes very expensive there are much longer books available I wouldn't mind paying 99p but £2odd it's... Read morePublished on 7 May 2015 by donna newton
I'm hooked! Not for the faint hearted, some very dark scenes but can't wait to read the rest of the seriesPublished on 2 May 2015 by Ocicat
I'm really starting to like serial novellas, I've read a few recently and this was a fantastic first instalment to the series. Read morePublished on 16 Dec. 2014 by Charlotte
This was an amazing story I could not put the book down - can not wait for part 2Published on 19 Aug. 2014 by Paula D
although i enjoyed this first installment i will not be buying the second one due to the inflated price for very little content. surely te author ca xo betterPublished on 25 July 2014 by A. McDonald
This is not the sort of book that i would normally read as I'm opposed to anything non consensual but after reading the other reviews I decided to give it a chance and am so glad... Read morePublished on 17 July 2014 by emo