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- Print Length: 231 pages
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- Publication Date: August 25, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0135MRXZY
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- Book 2 of 2 in Wrong (2 Book Series)
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Holy hell this was intense, from beginning to end there is no other word to describe it. Like Wrong there was very little down time and if anything this was more nail-biting and darker than the last.
We pick up were we dropped off in the last book. Tor was walking away and things got impeccably worse. Joe Campbell is the devil and he has the one thing that Jude wants, Tor. He is a despicable excuse of human and will stop at nothing to make Jude suffer. His evil holds no bounds and there are no lines he will not cross.
Tor became someone new during her time with Jude and her evolution continues in this book. Her soul is destroyed and her will is broken but piece by piece she is slowly put back together by the one person that she fell for.
"(he)...is the only thing holding me here, in one piece, and the second I move from his arms I'll disintegrate."
Jude is out for blood, his problems with Joe Campbell run long and deep and he will not be safe to rest until he is taken care of. Jude, the ruthless bookie, has also evolved. His focus while still the same has also changed. He has someone else to think of and he is determined to protect her with all that he is.
The conclusion of their story was not easy to get through. It was not a story with sunshine and roses; there was devastating loss, brutality, an evil so dark that I needed to look away and pure sadness. There were few slivers of hope and ending that will knock your socks off. I truly loved the depth of this story. From the darkness light was found but the journey to get there was not pretty. The detail in which the story was told was captivating and disturbing. It was definitely one of those books that will stick with me for a long time to come.
"Sometimes the lines between right and wrong become so blurred that everything seems like it's right."
I have never hated a villain as much as I hated Joe Campbell and he made Jude look like a boy scout but what Joe does to Victoria is some of the nastiest, most upsetting things I have read in a book.
There is plenty to get upset and cry about in Wrath and so many surprises (some good and some bad) that they made my head spin, but all in all I liked how the story played out and especially the ending.
A really intense series and I recommend it for those who love a lot of crazy with their dark romance.
**** 4 **** "hell has no wrath like a woman who is crossed" stars
>I am an independent reviewer. This is the second book in the Wrong series and ends in an HEA. This story takes up right where Wrong left off, with Tor kidnapped by Jude’s enemy, Joe. The scenes of torture and rape in the beginning of the book are hard to read, but really drive home the depravity of Joe and the danger in Jude’s lifestyle.
>Tor is attached to Caleb, but in this book she can’t seem to get over him. I would have expected that type of reaction from Jude, not Tor. The scenes where Jude tries to heal Tor are beautiful and seem realistic to me. All of the attacks on Jude and the inside information known by Joe have to mean there is a mole in Jude’s operation, but no one is ever found. Jude doesn’t even seem to come to the conclusion that he is compromised. He keeps wondering how Joe can stay one step ahead of him.
>While I loved the HEA, I wished there was more information or at least a scene or two about the deal with the FBI. The story takes a turn and teases the reader for a while, and then suddenly straightens out and heads for the HEA. The abruptness of the ending needed to be described better, even though I liked the outcome.
> The book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving the story 4 stars.
I have been desperate to read a story that pulled me in by excellent descriptions and details.
I built a relationship with these people. I was really there. I was a fly on the wall. My emotions were all over the place with this series. I cried, I laughed, I got mad. I felt their pain, fear, anger, frustration, and compassion. These people were so messed up and just bad. There was no sugar coating the violence throughout the series, but I couldn't help but get attached to them and have compassion for them--except for the most evil of all. I wanted to jump in and torture that monster.
The reason I gave Wrong a 4 star rating before finishing the series was because I was so frustrated at the end of it. I wanted to climb in the book and slap Victoria and Jude. I wanted to make everything right, to get them to see the light. I knew something was going to happen and I was helpless to stop it from happening.
Wrath, Book 2 pulled me in even more. I gave it a five start rating without any thought. I was on the edge of my seat throughout the entire book. I read non-stop, only taking a break to eat and pee ( tmi? sorry, but it's true) I literally broke down a couple of times. I mean now, thinking about some of the messed up parts, I want to cry. It was just torture reading what Victoria and Jude were going through.
But sometimes when you think there is nothing but darkness, peeking out from a small space you can see light.
I'll never forget this book. There is so much more I could say about this story, but I can't keep my eyes open.
P.S. Pardon my grammar, typos, or if I might not make sense. I haven't slept and I'm nauseous from reading. Kind of like motion sickness because I've been moving my eyes back and forth for several hours.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I couldn't put this book down. Had so many emotions going. Will be embedded in my mind for a long time.Published 4 days ago by Kindle Customer
I did not want this book to end!! Just when you think you know how it's going to end your taken for a turn then slammed into another corner all to be thrown upside down!!! Read morePublished 25 days ago by ChrisL
This was so wrong but so right, I couldn't wait to read the next book gave you the thrill the romance it gave the sad and happy always knowing that . Read morePublished 1 month ago by CYNTHIA C ADAMS
Not gonna lie, thank god this series is over. I am emotionally exhausted, and frankly...I just don't know if I can read any more about Tor, Jude and the Devil Joe Campbell right... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kimberly
This was just sooooooo good I read it in 1 day I just couldn't put it down things were happening everywhere I m not a great huge fan of dark books but this series was just... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michelle Hennessy
Once you start this book, you might as well clear your schedule for the day. You will want to do nothing but read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Renee