- File Size: 1603 KB
- Print Length: 238 pages
- Publisher: Christine Zolendz (June 12, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0713X8FTH
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,154 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As I read this book I found myself hating Brooke, even though my heart was breaking for her. Christine Zolendz has the ability to write a story that makes you BELIEVE it. You are swept up into the lives of the people you are reading about. Like Brooke, you know Ryan is too good to be true. Like Brooke you are waiting for him to be a jerk. And, like Brooke you begin to believe in him. By the middle of this book I was cheering for Ryan. It was totally believable when his defense of her put him at odds with others.
Reading this book was like living the life of a friend. Abuse, autism, and learning to love yourself are all topics that most authors aren't brave enough to write about on their own. Christine Zolendz put all three together into a masterpiece that proves abuse can be overcome, loving yourself is okay, and people with autism are hero's in their own right. Read the series. You won't regret it.
Love is suppose to be wonderful and amazing. It is not suppose to be painful and dangerous. Brooke Fury fell in love and learned the hard lesson that sometimes it is not to be. But the damage to her own confidence and self-worth is the hardest hit that she is having to deal with. Being around this person almost every day has made her job hard, but because she is a cop she needs to be put that aside to do her job. The only problem is that she works with other cops and they are trained to be observant and notice deviances of behavior. And that is exactly what Ryan Cage has seen.
Ryan Cage always thought that Brooke was beautiful and strong, but there is something damaged lurking behind her eyes. And bruises appearing on her skin. Finding out the truth is hard, but it is a truth that she needs to know. But the pain and betrayal in front of her is not the only danger that is lurks in the shadows. There is a killer on the loose and now that this new information has come to light, it seems that Brooke is surrounded by something even darker than a broken heart. Now it looks like she could be the next victim, and Ryan will protect her anyway he can.
I had a bit of a hard time relating to Brooke. I really didn’t like her. It had nothing to do with the writing of the story, which was very good, but with the character herself. I did like the idea of the story and there was a lot of chemistry and drama with the characters. The story starts with a shocker of a scene, but it does a good bit of fizzle between the main characters as it goes on. But, the chemistry between the rest of the characters, good and bad, continues throughout the pages. I did enjoy the end and the comeuppance that one of the characters received. All in all, a nice story and a nice read.
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