Tag: Dark

Inky by J.B. Hartnett

Inky by J.B. Hartnett

Luckily, I wasn’t expecting light and fluffy… Inky is the second book I have read by this author, so I knew she had the power to rip my guts out and slowly put me back together. When I bought this book I was still on my fangirling high from reading Genevieve… Read more »

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Seeking Vengeance by Abbie Zanders

Seeking Vengeance by Abbie Zanders

Ask and you shall receive… Dear Author, thank you for reading my previous reviews and giving me what I asked for.  Attempt at protected sex, a smart heroine with no medical issues and a hero who could still use his brain while trying to catch his soul mate (can’t remember… Read more »

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The Hurricane by R.J. Prescott

The Hurricane by R.J. Prescott

Even in that shitty uniform, she was gorgeous.  The first time I saw her, I thought she was hot. Then again, every girl I fucked was hot.  But this girl was something else.  She was beautiful, and there hadn’t been much of anything in my life you could call beautiful…. Read more »

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Captive by Samantha Jacobey

Captive by Samantha Jacobey

Captive is for readers that gravitate towards a dark story because this is very dark, focusing on a recollection of events in Tori’s life (due to a childhood that is beyond belief). I like a dark read and this had me unsettled but then uplifted me with hope as I saw… Read more »

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The Replacement by Rachael Wade

The Replacement by Rachael Wade

The Replacement is one of those books you read, where you keep shouting out ‘NO’ and the character pays no attention to you! Let me tell you the driver of this train wreck has their foot firmly on the accelerator. And a collision is inevitable… OK, I need to get this out of… Read more »

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Venomous by Penelope Fletcher

Venomous by Penelope Fletcher

Lumen found herself kidnapped by aliens, given to slavers as a freebie, horribly experimented on, and then declared “useless” and thrown in a pit of slaves to be fought over so she could be horribly raped until death then used as food.  In other words, things were not going well…. Read more »

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Beautiful Ink by Nicole Reed

Beautiful Ink by Nicole Reed

Wow.  I couldn’t put it down.  This was one of those books I just knew was going to be a dark, twisty train wreck, especially after I read the prologue.  I hate it when prologues let you know from the get-go that things aren’t going to go well for the main… Read more »

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Mugs of Love by Norma Jeanne Karlsson

Mugs of Love by Norma Jeanne Karlsson

I honestly started Mugs of Love thinking I would be reading something light and fluffy. The first half of the book I got exactly what I expected, the second half was like the author decided to scrap her original storyline and go for something completely different. I know that Garrett wasn’t… Read more »

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