Warning: This book contains some very disturbing situations, graphic violence, strong language, and sexual content. For listeners over 18 years.
Love is like an avalanche. It hits hard, fast, and without mercy. At least it did for me when Sculpt, the lead singer of the rock band Tear Asunder, knocked me off my feet - literally. Because he's also a fighter, illegally of course, and he taught me how to fight. He also taught me how to love, and I fell hard for him. I mean, the guy could do sweet when he wasn't doing bossy, and I like sweet.
Then it all shattered. Kidnapped. Starved. Beaten. I was alone and fighting to survive. When I heard Sculpt's voice, I thought he was there to save me. I was wrong.
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By Vicki on 07-07-16
HE WAS PART OF THIS...HE DID THIS TO ME :(
When I read the description I was curious as to how a Rock Star would be involved with kidnapping women to be sex slaves. We do find out the connection but I still had a hard time dealing with how Logan treated Emily. It's obvious that he treats her different when they're alone then when she's put on sex slave display.
Emily is a strong willed woman and she endures many punishments because of this:
- being whipped
- kicked in stomach, side, head
- drug by hair
- sexually violated
just to name a few
I'm not giving anything away but I will give you a few quotes from the first two chapters:
"I ended up having to pee in the corner of the room. I never felt so dirty in all my life. I felt like an animal and I sobbed as I did it. It was humiliating."
"’Logan’s voice swam into my trembling body and wrapped me into it’s warmth I started sobbing...Logan had come for me he’s here to take me away to stop the pain."
Emily is let down from the ceiling and falls to the floor. She looks over her shoulder for Logan, "When I saw him my heart stopped for a few seconds then started beating erratically it was him but nothing in his eyes was the man I knew he was cold and expressionless as he starred down at me not a glimmer of sympathy in his eyes. I recognized nothing of the man I had fallen in love with, hope died as the realization hit me he was part of this he did this to me."
Man-O-Man now you know why this book sucks you in and doesn't let go.
Mackenzie Harte gave a profound performance. My first book by Nashoda Rose but it most certainly will not be my last.
Absolutely worth the credit and/or $$.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Tara on 23-03-17
I love a book that takes something from the real world that most of us would rather pretend that it doesn't happen. The sex slave industry is real and happens more likely then anyone from a stable home would like to think. This book puts it in your face and then also addresses the potential issues with recovery from being a slave. If you don't want to put your head in the sand then this is a book for you. There is love, sex, betrayals, and romance. Some of the reviews caution readers not to listen based on the content. I say listen to it and open your eyes. Fantastic all around.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful