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"This is the grittiest guilty pleasure I've ever had feeding my imagination and manipulating my senses, literary crack at its finest, but it is also one of the most romantic stories I have ever read."
- Natasha is a Book Junkie Reviews
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Madeline Sheehan is the author of the Holy Trinity series and the Undeniable series. She lives in Buffalo, New York, with her husband and son. Visit Madeline at madelinesheehan.com.
Tatiana Sokolov narrates a variety of fiction but especially likes saucy romances. Tatiana lives in the Midwest with her menagerie of pets. --This text refers to the MP3 CD edition.
Kept me reading it, more and more. Couldn't put it down. My friend told me about it. She was rightPublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
At the beginning there is a warning about the violence, however once you are into the book,you learn the why, and that changes everything. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Patty
I wasn't sure how to rate this one because the author can write well, and I thought the characters were well developed but here's where I have a problem - the story. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Kerri
Holy love a big lie this never before. I've read this book 4 times in the last year. It takes a lot for me to LOVE a story, especially an MC read. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Brandi DeFries Swendt
I read the reviews of this book before I read it. I did notice a lot of negative reviews even though there is a crap ton of good reviews too. Read morePublished 22 days ago by summer
Uh...yuck! Now, I'm no book-prude here. I like my book-boyfriends to be a little rough around the edges. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Insomniac-Reader
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"This is not a typical sappy, love story." Seriously. Read more
Fell into the drama and love story of these two who aren't supposed to be together because of their families. A beautiful love story full of struggles and tested passionPublished 24 days ago by Sassy Pants in Idaho
I couldn't get past the 55% mark. The writing was vile; every other word seemed to be the most disgusting use of language the author could come up with. Read morePublished 26 days ago by TLan