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A lot of the taboo reads that I get myself mixed up in are hot and steamy and although I do demand a good story regardless, I don’t tend to pick up a taboo read that is as serious as Secret Lucidity, very often. While there have been a few, (ATUAWT, Tampa, Etc) it’s just not what you typically get when you read taboo.
A young girls life was destroyed when the death of her father left her mother unable to cope and her 17 year old heart unable to heal alone.
So many fingers could be pointed in this story and there are so many times I wanted to question the characters. Legit sit them down and ask, “why did you do this because I can’t understand”, but that is a good book, right? One that makes you challenge your way of thinking and draws in your ethics and morals?
All in all a really, really great book. I wish that EK would have honed in the ending a little more. I am a proponent of endings and where I don’t think I deserve to tell an artist how to create their masterpiece, I do think that if you take a reader on a very long journey, you owe them a damn good ending and not a truncated HEA. But thanks just me. Over here wanting to feel all warm and fuzzy before I move on and not still kind of edgy, happy. But still edgy.
Elena Wolfe is a scholar in audio. Like best of the best. Even her teenage voice is one you can’t argue with. Woman excels.
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This was an amazing student/teacher forbidden romance that had me hooked from the beginning. Darker than I was expecting but well written and the narrator did a wonderful job. Highly recommend!
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