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In Brinn, Sharon blends elements of "Nell" and "A Child Called `It'" with her own gentle and sympathetic voice. We feel Brinn's fear as she confronts the possibilities of a relationship without abuse, and her joy at overcoming the mental demons that have kept her in hiding for years. Sharon's knowledge of survival skills, abuse victims and hand-to-hand combat are all spot-on. We even get a happy ending.
Clear your calendar. Buy. Read. Be amazed and inspired by "Savage Cinderella".
On the plus side - very good editting in terms of grammar and spelling mistakes (I cannot recall finding anything aside from a misplaced comma or two) although the formatting was off sometimes when they engaged in conversation, indenting it all. Odd that.
*Spoiler* After being kidnapped and left to die in the Georgia woods at a very young age, she miraculously survives only to live an isolated existence alone for ten years or so. She befriends a bear--yes, a bear--whom she calls "kitty". All this before she's even eighteen. She's swept off her feet and rescued by a young man who becomes her love interest. Then, at the end of the story, there are like, three different twists when you think her former jailer is dead. ...but he's not. Of course. I mean, he's been mauled by a bear, stabbed, and shot (or strangled? or both?), but still not dead. Enough already. *End Spoiler!*
What i didn't realize was that this author writes primarily young adult romance. No wonder I was SO over the relationship between this damaged young woman and her rescuer by the end of the book. Had I realized this from the start, I probably would have passed this title over. It was clear in the author biography at the end of the actual book but on Amazon, the author biography lists her other books without mentioning her numerous awards for romantic fiction. The synopsis makes it seem like the romance might be a small part of the story but make no mistake, this is all about a damaged girl conquering her fear and relentlessly talking about a boy in the process.
I gave it three stars because I've read a lot better but I've also put down a lot worse.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was so different, it was not what I was expecting. It has everything from humor to romance to mystery and suspense. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kindle Customer
Couldn't stop reading. I will recommend this book to my family and friends. Second time I've read this book, loved itPublished on May 25, 2014 by Bennie
This was very good and kept my attention with all the twists in it. Great read for adults. I look forward to more.Published on April 6, 2014 by Jo
i thought the author carried the premise through extremely well. I enjoyed this read and would recommend it to romance lovers everywhere..Published on February 5, 2014 by Kookiemomster48
A fun book that kept my attention. I enjoyed the characters, and Brinn's will to survive. Easy reading and went fast, but I plan to read another of PJ's books.Published on September 6, 2013 by Amber
I really enjoyed reading this book.
I liked the way the characters met and fell for one another. It was definitely a page turner!!!
A moving story that I could not put down once picked up. Brinn is a surviver even if she did not realize her own strenght right away others did like Justin and her loathsome... Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by Alicia
I really enjoyed this book. The synopsis caught my attention; Beautiful story of a young girl who coped with life in a whole different light. Great job, to P.J. Sharon. Read morePublished on April 8, 2013 by Beverly Carlin - Author