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by C.J. Roberts
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marvelloussbooks
marvelloussbooks rated it 6 years ago
Ugh I can't! Got through the half of first chapter and it was utterly disturbing. Bye.
Crazy For Books
Crazy For Books rated it 6 years ago
4 HEART POUNDING STARS I think my heart was in my throat from the first moment I started reading this book. I was so scared and sad for Livvie. She was emotionally abused as a child and now used physically and mentally by a man who's emotions had been cauterized by his own harsh life. How two men,...
Jenvera
Jenvera rated it 7 years ago
"People often believed they were safer in the light, thinking monsters only came out at night."
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 7 years ago
I read this book a long time ago, rated it 5 stars, but never reviewed it. Recently I did a reread and wanted to write some focusing on Caleb. I love Caleb, who is one of my top ten of all times in the book boyfriends department. The first thing that stands out to me in the beginning is how much ...
MyReadingWorld
MyReadingWorld rated it 7 years ago
I've just finished listening to the audible versions of the the first two books in the Dark Duet series. Both are narrated by Emily Durante, who presented a convincing portrayal of the characters. Neither book is for the faint of heart!
Reading Keeps Me Sane
Reading Keeps Me Sane rated it 7 years ago
Not what I expected. It's gritty and rough. Livvie has been kidnapped and will be sold in a slave auction. The slave training introduces us to Caleb's world. It's interesting to see a relationship form. Looking for more dark reads? Check out my blog. http://readingkeepmesane.blogspot.com/
Jenvera
Jenvera rated it 7 years ago
O.M.GWhat else can I say, is one of his kind. A great story. At the end, it make you question yourself. In the real world, you know waht yuo should feel about this, but is so well writing that you don't know how you should feel about it.
Audiobooking With Leah
Audiobooking With Leah rated it 7 years ago
Wow...this book made me cringe, squirm, curse, gasp, agonize, tingle, seethe, and cry. This book made me feel... There were times I couldn't keep reading and I had to put it down for a while, and yet it is one of my favorite books ever. It is very well written. C.J. Roberts; you wrote an amazin...
The Fangirl
The Fangirl rated it 7 years ago
The tricky thing about abusive relationships is that even the people in them don’t always realize that they are abusive. It is common for the participants (both abuser and victim) to have been victimized in the past, be it through neglect or active physical, sexual or psychological abuse. So often...
Heidi Hart
Heidi Hart rated it 7 years ago
I only made it about 20% in before knowing for sure this was not for me. I skimmed a bit farther ( maybe 50%) to see if it got better, but if anything, it seemed to be getting worse. This is the most icky-squicky thing I've ever read. I knew the basic premise going in, so I should have been prepar...
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