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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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The rest is my opinion of Siren and the characters so it may include spoilers so warning; don't read it further if you don't want any spoilers.
Scarlet: I cheered for her all the way. She even made me like all the 3 men at some point (Well done, Jaimie!!)
Stuart: what a sweet heart!!! I heart him!!! I wanted him to get his HEA.
Reid: started OK and was likeable but dang it, the ending was like wtf. Seriously, he can't be the same as his sperm donor.!.!
Richard: hated what he did to Scarlet but I will admit, the sex scenes in the book between an adult Scarlet seeking revenge with Richard were steamy.
I know Siren is mention as a book that was not going to end in HEA and I'm OK with that but the "ending" of Siren wasn't an ending. It just had me seeking more (more answers and reactions to certain things). I think Siren needs a book 2.
I normally don't read books that have child abuse in them, and I normally don't care for books where the heroine is a scathing, malicious tramp, but I could not put this one down. Page after page, I was sucked in, and I'm giving it five stars because I think that's true talent--to take topics I normally hate and still have me riveted.
I'll admit I was pissed about the ending--almost dropping stars, write a rant of a review pissed--but the more I thought about it, the more I realized that if Roberts had written it any other way, I would've thought it was an easy HEA cop out. It's definitely not going to be popular, but I applaud her for writing it the way she did.
In her early 20s she ends up, well like the blurb says. She'll take what she wants when she wants it. She gets power and she uses it. After all when she was a teen all power was stripped from her, and it twists her. Ultimately though she just wants revenge on those that hurt her, and she WILL GET IT. If you ask me, and probably anyone with a heart, she deserves her revenge. I wanted them to pay for what they did to her. They get no sympathy from me. But it takes her down a dark path, and there is more twisted shit going on than she knows. Some happiness does come through the book, but mostly it's just twisted sick obsessions and pain. And those obsessions can prove deadly.
I don't want to give too much away so sorry if i'm being vague. The book is fast-paced. It had me wanting to read so much faster than I actually can, I didn't want to stop reading, though at times I had to take a breather. It had me thinking hard at times. My emotions went all over the place, from aroused, to rooting for her with a grin on my face (questioning my sanity here), to crying, to shock and feeling like my insides were being squeezed. This book will make you feel dirty but you won't be able to get clean no matter how hard you try.
The writing flowed nicely and the characters were well written. I either loved them or loved to hate them. Scarlet is so much more layered than at first glance (and she has good in her). She may be twisted, but she was made, not born, that way. She's only twisted because she's human, so very human, and has went through so much hell that no one, especially a child, should ever have to go through. I just want to hug and protect her, let her cry and tell her it will all be okay. It won't be okay though, this book has chewed me up and spit me out.
I related to her feelings in ways through tore at my heart. I haven't went through what she has but I resonated with some of her feelings. The shutting off of emotions, or thinking that one has anyway, and she became my baby. You know those characters, they become your children.
This book has complex and well written characters and plot. It has strong messages and will make you think. It'll also shatter your heart.
This book can be hard to read, require tissues, and may shatter your soul, but if you think you can handle it or decide to give it a shot I do highly recommend it, as long as you are in a good head-space and have the tissues close. This book isn't for everyone. I recently finished this (a few hours ago as of writing this) and pieces of the puzzle are still falling into place...and I really wish they weren't.
Love does not live in this book. Only dark, twisted, and sick obsessions thrive here.
You. Have. Been. Warned!
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