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- Publication Date : May 31, 2016
- File Size : 1871 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : eLectio Publishing (May 31, 2016)
- Print Length : 320 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B01G2OZ2BY
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,909,619 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I understand Daffodil's hurt and pain. When you are that damaged the only thing you know to do is strike back with pain. I hurt for her, I kept telling her and Vincent to please stop because you are not only destroying yourself you are destroying a family. And even though this story was about Vincent and Daffodil, I still felt pain for Jacob and Leah. The pain they were going through was so real I almost stopped reading.They are one of my favorite book couples. I loved all the characters, even Tomaso. My mind is still spinning and there are so many characters that need their own stories.
This story showed me how lies can cause death, how betrayal can take awhile to get over and if you want to overcome, stop listening to the voices that don't matter and listen to the only voice that has the real answers for healing (Jesus). I could say so much more because there are so many life lessons within this story. Vengeful Vows is outstanding.
I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review.
So, throughout this trilogy, we’ve all seen traces of Daffodil Simmons, and we know that she pisses people off. There’s likely to be a reason that she is the way that she is. “Vengeful Vows” tells that story, as Daffodil takes on the role of the spider, ready to trap a fly or few, and suck the life out of many more! To do that, she doesn’t even pretend to use misdirection, but she goes straight for the jugular, and Vincent Martin stands there, eyeballs bugging out, wondering what he did to deserve this. Daffodil’s games have only begun, as she feels like she’s been played a time or two herself.
There is forgiveness, and there are others that are a lot more difficult to forgive. Leah Westwood wants nothing to do with Daffodil, and lets it be known. But there’s also a man named Tomaso, and he’s a piece of work, and probably a piece of something else in the minds of others. Who’s weaving the strings of the spider web here? Or better yet, who’s the Puppet Master?
I wish that my final conclusion would be to LOVE this trilogy, and I don’t. I LIKE it, but that’s it. Too bitter, and sometimes, just to heart-wrenching for me to completely to constant back-flips over it. But Parker J. Cole does have talent, and that can’t be taken away. I just can’t gush, and say that I love it, because all I can do is like it, and stick with that bitter pill in the end.