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- Book 1 of 3 in The Katarina Trilogy (3 Book Series)
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As if being raped is not enough, AND losing your parents and fiance at once in automobile accident, the book also attempts, unneccessarily, to stir additional sympathy for the heroine by telling us that the rest of her family blames her for her parents' death. It was obviously in no way her fault and she is suffering most. It was a really stupid plot point.
The big reveal in this book is, depending upon your stomach, underwhelming or disgusting -- maybe both. Its heart is in the right place, I suppose. It means to say that given the right circumstances, anything can be forgiven. I am not sure this book can be forgiven for wasting my time. I am tempted to spoil by giving away the ending -- yep, I found the book that irritating. But I won't spoil it. You may already have figured it out anyway because even from the description, I suspected it was going there. I just could not believe it would, and so maybe I have only myself to blame for reading it. The title is good and it drew me in and the cover art is well done. It is grammatical. But it does not build a compelling story and the switch in POV to the antagonist is jarring -- whose story is this? Are we in this other guy's head only so we can be sure to dislike him? Not really necessary for that. It's a bad technique in a book that is full of them.
Also the story dragged. The only reason I finished the story was to hear the rapist's justification for doing what he did. IMO he did not redeem himself enough to earn the right to co-parent his child. He was doing it for him as opposed to his son. During the story the heroine met another man who appeared would have been a good husband and a good father to her child. Unfortunately that did not pan out, due to neither of the characters' fault. What it did show is that the heroine could meet other men who would make a good husband and parent. The rapist thinking that his son needed him because he was the biological father, IMO is wrong. I have both biological and adopted children. The love my husband and I have for all of them is the same, regardless of their origins. While at some point my adopted children may be curious enough to want information about their biological parents, they do not feel less loved or incomplete because they were given up for adoption.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed reading through it and it always managed to keep me on my toesPublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Couldn't put this book down. I already ordered the other two books that came after this. A great read. Held my interest the whole time.Published 19 months ago by Lucille Speziale
How on earth this pandering mess of a novel ever got published is beyond me. It's a trite, wholly unbelievable morass of a story. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lori A. Choate
This is a story that has a touch of romance but doesn't follow the true line of such a book. Once in a lifetime we find the perfect love for us. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lindah
This story unfolded in such a way that I could not stop reading. I was riveted in anticipation of what would come next. Read morePublished on July 26, 2014 by Kindle Customer
I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. Kat showed such tremendous courage in reaching out to her friends and her faith in God is unquestionable. Read morePublished on June 9, 2014 by Krystle Luz E. Cintron
I had never heard of this author, and had not read any prior books by her. But now I cannot wait to get the next book in the series!Published on March 31, 2014 by Tamara A Heeren
I am lucky enough to work in an elementary school for a number of reasons. Most of all are the students. Read morePublished on January 10, 2014 by Donna McTaggart
Sorry but I didnt like this one. This is a hard topic to write about and have sympathy for a rapist. I think the reader was trying too hard to be a forgiving person. Read morePublished on August 27, 2013 by burggirl
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