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(Yes, I’m copying and pasting this review for every single one of her books that I’ve read thus far. And reread. And will continue to read, again and again. Each book may have an end, but the stories continue to weave through the pages of the other books she releases…)
Vandal broke my heart. What he endures is so horrific that I was in tears. I cannot even begin to imagine - it would kill me.
Tabitha shredded me. Just the thought of losing so much - the way she was feeling - it would be so hard to overcome.
Both are broken. Vandal can't replace what she lost - but he wants to give her a reason to be happy.
Their journey was painful to read yet it was watching life and love being reborn - different from what they had before but all the more beautiful because of what they both have gone through.
It's rocker, it's edgy, it's angsty and it is ugly and beautiful. It is light BDSM - nothing compared to other BDSM books - even if that is not your thing, the story of gripping and you will miss out if you exclude it from the series - but there are triggers, so beware.
I am completely in love with this series!
Talk about a major tone change from Storm to Vandal. I mean I remembered what happened to Vandal and just from Evie’s reaction to the man there was no doubt that his story would have a darker edge, but WOW! I didn’t always love Vandal, but I never truly disliked him. I may have gotten frustrated with him and wanted to Gibbs smack him a few times, but despite his surly nature, he did care about his family even if he didn’t always show it. Tabi was a lot stronger than she appeared and though she was broken, as broken though not as dark (initially) as Vandal, she wasn’t shattered. Their journey was dark, heart breaking and yet satisfying as they both helped the other to heal and find pieces of their soul that they didn’t even know existed. Also bonus for this one was Sterling ~ I swear my heart melted every time he was around.
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