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Elemental Fear (Surviving Book 1) by [Frost, Ada]
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Length: 446 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 1898 KB
  • Print Length: 446 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: May 3, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K4BFEK6
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I recommend this book to any woman who has been sexually, physically, or emotionally abused. As a survivor myself, I could relate a lot to the feelings and fears Eve experienced. Parts of his book were not easy to read and were emotionally draining. At times I would have to put the book down. I cried, I laughed, I hoped. This book also showed that there are men out there like Dominic - kind, gentle, patient, and loving. Not all men are evil out of control monsters as I to once thought. I know, because I eventually found my prince.
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* Written for Craves the Angst Book Reviews *

4 Fearful, Surviving Stars!
Brutal and Heavy! This Story Delves Deep Into the Struggles of Domestic Abuse but Also Shows the Power of Love, Family and Friendships!

The Review:
Elemental Fear was a harrowing story of one woman's strength and determination to overcome the horrific circumstances she fell into. It’s not for the weak of heart and there are some very disturbing things that happen to her throughout the story, but I’m so glad I read this one.

As anyone who knows me can attest, I love my angsts. I love a dark story and the bravery that comes from the characters as they fight their way out of their circumstances. They can be broken, shattered and irreparably damaged in the process, but if they come out in the end, stronger, livelier and with full hearts, then I can say the journey was well worth the time spent. This is very much that kind of story.

Story/Characters...
Eve finds her life has totally spiraled out of control and all at the hands of an unstable villain hellbent on destroying her from her very core. Her boyfriend, Elliot, berates her, abuses her, humiliates her, breaks her in every way possible and then blames her for all of it. He’s a monster posing as a man who loves her. Through fear, intimidation, threats and outright violence, he’s stolen away so much of her self-respect and self-worth and she believes she deserves the anger, hate and abuse he unleashes on her. He’s the epitome of evil, covering his weaknesses and hate for himself by disguising it as a morbid, warped form of love. Yeah, I hated Elliot with a bloody passion!

Eve has endured this torture for nine years and she’s been twisted to believe it’s to keep her family safe.
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I'm always happy for an author when their book receives high reviews because it takes guts to bare your soul for the world to see on paper. But, if I'm honest, I can't help but feel like I'm reading a completely different book than the one the people giving it 4s and 5s are reading. There are some minor grammatical errors, but that's not a big deal to me.

It's the story itself that I just couldn't get into. The parts in-between the abuse seem to drag on and on. At some points, I found myself skipping pages of text until l saw the name Elliot (her abuser). Those were the only parts that were rather interesting. however, after awhile I found myself getting bored with those parts to because it seemed like the same thing over and over. I understand abuse is the same thing over and over, but it quite literally felt like the same scene. Eve's mom confused me. When she was a kid to stay away from him because he was such a nasty, mean person?
Why is mom suddenly okay with them dating? Has Elliot changed that much? Were there some scenes of him charming mom and others that I missed?

I found myself not caring about Eve and I didn't really like Dominic (the hero?) either. From page one, he's supposed to be her best friend AND he knows what a d--k is brother is. But he didn't suspect anything? Actually, no, he did suspect something.
When he walks in on her and Dominic and Eve's got her top off, Dominic saw her bruises and outright said that it looked like she didn't fall in the kitchen as Elliot claimed. But he never pursues it or tries to find out more. When Eve was 17, Dominic walked up on Elliot hurting her and the two brothers got into a huge fight. Has he never heard the phrase, "If he'll hit you once, he'll do it again?
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Wow. Just. Wow. I was looking for an ugly cry book, Surviving Love was recommended. I wanted to read book one first. H F S! I am terrified, TERRIFIED to read the next book. This book ripped me apart, it made me cry! ME! The ice queen, that's what I call myself. I can count on one hand the books that made me cry like this, so bravo Ms. Frost! I don't even know how to write this review, there's no way I can give this book justice. I can tell you this was one of those books that rips you apart, every word breaking your heart piece by piece. I loved every single word until the end. I was sucked in and could not put this book down until it was over. I felt my heart breaking as read about Eve's life, she is the strongest person ever. She survived so much just to protect the ones she loved. I can't even begin to imagine the hell she lived, the pain she suffered, the heartache at knowing she couldn't have the one she loved most in life. How in the h ell someone can put another through the things Elliot did is beyond me. He was sick and twisted and made me want to throw my kindle. I was hoping he'd what was coming to him. How could his brother Dominic be the total opposite? Dominic is the sweetest, caring man and he just wants to take care of Eve, knowing he can't have her because she belongs to his brother. My heart ached for the love Eve had for Dominic but was forced to live a agonizing miserable life. I am still thinking about this book, weeks later. I think I am healed enough to start Surviving Love. This book is not for the faint of heart, this book is not a head over heels in love romance story. This book will bring the toughest to their knees, and rip their heart out, repeatedly. This is the kind of book I love, the kind the makes me feel, that can pull me right into the story. Ada did an amazing job with this story, domestic violence isn't pretty and I'm sure it was very hard to write. I can't wait to read more by this amazing author!
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