Rage (The Marcy series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Action peaks within the books pages when Marcy is held up by gunpoint and is forced to unleash her true nature. This tale of lover's conflicting jealousy, and a woman's struggle to dampen her emotions will leave you reeling for more! Marcy, unknowingly finds herself with a potential love interest- Liam and decides to aid in the plight to find his families murderer. Through all of the negativity surrounding the new couple, the pair are able to eventually find love. Meaningful love that Marcy had never experienced before. But, will they be able to maintain a balance to pursue a future together?
I really enjoyed this promising story! It was well written, and like many others have stated, I could not put it down! I will definitely be purchasing the next book "Confusion" for my reading pleasure, and recommend that you do too.
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I read her 1st book in her series, RAGE, and I have to say I was very pleased with her first book and I have already purchased her other books in the series. I found RAGE to be thrilling, engaging, suspenseful and an overall "Page Turner". I wish I had the time to binge read or I would already be done with the series. 5 STARS ALL THE WAY!!!!
This is the story of one woman’s journey through therapy, betrayal, vengeance, new love, and ultimately a search to find herself. Warning: Many questions remain unanswered, hopefully, to be revealed in the follow-on book.
The book is well-written and well-edited; however, the formatting could use a little work. The bulk of the story is delivered through a recitation of events and lengthy (thought realistic) dialogue, but bogs down in a few places where a boatload of information is unloaded.
As an aside, I found the story oddly disjointed at first, almost as though the author started one story and then switched in the middle to another, only to come back and join them together.
I receive a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. In my opinion, Rage is an intriguing read, and I would recommend it for readers who enjoy a dark spin on romantic suspense.