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- Print Length: 292 pages
- Publisher: Pam Godwin (August 31, 2016)
- Publication Date: August 31, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01L2G3R3C
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #213,154 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Disclaim is Camila's story and it is one filled with so much heartache, pain, fear, anger, frustration, sadness, love and ultimately happiness. Is that enough emotion for you? All wrapped up so beautifully within the pages of this story, hers is an extremely emotional, dark journey to hell and back, back to hell and back again. It's a story of submission and dominance (no BDSM, no safe words) to the highest degree, and a love story of epic proportions. Matias is just everything; her best friend, her worst nightmare, her savior, her lover, her world. I will say no more about their story you truly must experience it for yourself.
The author's writing style throughout this series is brilliant; the dual POVs add so much and really bring the characters to life for the reader. They're perfectly expressive, thoughtful and at times humorous. The emotions I felt through their words were so deep and powerful, as though I were actually experiencing this horrific, terrifying ride into hell. I could not put this book down, I was mesmerized. I wanted to take it slow because I didn't want to miss a single word. At times, I would reread a passage just to be sure I got every word. I did not want the story to end and yet I wanted nothing more than to see Matias and Camila get the ending they both so very much deserved. A dozen epilogues would have still left me wanting more, I loved them that much.
Disclaim is a dark, sinister journey unlike any other, and one I highly recommend you take. Just hold onto your seat because the twists and turns just keep coming right up to the end and boy, are they worth the ride. Thank you Pam Godwin for once again bringing these characters to life and for leaving me with a very intense book hangover for days to come.
Disclaim is Camila's story. After escaping her own slavery she has spent the last ten years bringing down human traffickers. Her ways are not legal, but she is ruthless in her need to save others.
In her quest to take down other traffickers, she decides to use herself to infiltrate a slave ring. Nothing is more shocking than when she realizes she has been sold to Matias. Her first love and former best friend. The man she still loves and thinks about years later.
Matias is no longer the boy Camila loved and lost. He is involved in organized crime and is holding so many secrets it's hard to tell just how deep his ties run.
This story is filled with twists and turns that will leave you guessing, but it isn't overly suspenseful. The best way I can explain that is to say that I wasn't waiting for anything to happen, I was just involved in the story. I was eager to turn the page, but I was actually following the love story, not the drama. I love how the story was unpredictable, but not over the top. I felt so many emotions and my heart was fully invested in Camila and Matias story.
Disclaim can be read as a stand-alone, but is not recommend since it is linked to Deliver> and Vanquish. I have loved every book in this series, but I believe this one is my favorite. There were so many things about Matias I loved, he was committed and devoted, but also a ruthless man. I loved how these two came back together and made me fall in love with them again. I absolutely loved this story and HIGHLY RECOMMEND the series!
If you've read the first two books in the 'Deliver' series, you probably remember that Liv and Van have kind of joined forces with some of their former captives in order to help bring down other traffickers. Well, Camila is the former slave that heads up this vigilante group. This book is her story.
Camila was an innocent teenage girl when she was abducted. From that point forward, she would never be the same naive girl. She endured unspeakable cruelty at the hands of Van and Liv, being trained as a sex slave for an unknown customer.
Instead of being delivered to the buyer, she escaped. With the help of Liv, Camila was able to avoid a fate worse than death. She made it her life's mission to help other victims from that point forward.
Matias was taken as a teenager to take his place within his father's cartel. He had lived a good life up until that point, oblivious to his real father's identity. He didn't know anything about his father's criminal empire...or even that he had a cruel half-brother that was raised in his father's shadow.
While spending his youth in the citrus groves where he grew up, he never knew that the uncle that raised him wasn't his uncle at all. He spent his days lost in the arms of his first love, Camila. He never imagined that his world would be turned upside down.
Matias never returned for Camila, but the two maintained infrequent contact via cell phone. Matias knew about everything that happened to Camila, but was tight-lipped with her about what his life had become. On rare occasions, she would call Matias to ask for a favor and he would help her out from afar.
When Camila decides to infiltrate a slave ring by posing as a victim, she gets far more than she bargained for. She finds herself, yet again, face to face with the boy from her past. Only, he isn't the kind, tender boy she remembered. He has been hardened by his life and is involved in the very crime that she has dedicated her life to eradicating.
Taken to the cartel's compound in the heart of the Amazon, Camila quickly realizes that she cannot escape her situation. She decides to play along, gathering as much information as possible to bring the cartel down at a later date. She had expected plenty of abuse at the hands of her captors, but she hadn't expected that it would be the boy from her dreams that would dole out the pain.
Matias has no intention of ever letting Camila go again. He is determined to own her, in every sense of the word. He knows that it will be a tough road, but he's willing to do whatever is necessary to make her his, even if that means she'll hate him first.
Despite the premise, which screamed "dark", I have to say that this book wasn't as dark as I had anticipated. Aside from one or two scenes, pretty early-on in Camila's captivity, I didn't feel the shock and fear that I expect with a dark read. I'm not saying that there wasn't dark content. There was. It just had more of a "dubious consent" feel vs. outright force. Camila spent a lot of time wanting what Matias was dishing out, which made it hard not to feel conflicted over the whole "held against her will" storyline.
Of course, there were plenty of twists and turns along the way. Matias isn't what he seems and there is far more at play than meets the eye. With everything going on, the story moves at a very fast pace.
Although you could probably read this story as a standalone, I would recommend reading the books in the series in order. There is a lot of background information in the other books that will help you to have a full understanding of everything that takes place in this one. Otherwise, you'll probably miss some things.
All in all, I thought it was a great story. I love dark stories with questionable characters and Ms. Godwin never fails to deliver.
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