Tag: Triggers

Red by SM West

Red by SM West

Smoothly lured into a false sense of security by a fun and warm start I was a tad disappointed imagining I was embarking on a sweet romance. Then the drama hit, I saw Red beyond what I had first imagined. It set a rhythm for what lay ahead, a blend of… Read more »

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Pieces of Heaven by Natasha Madison

Pieces of Heaven by Natasha Madison

 Pieces of Heaven is a suspense/horror story every parent of a teenage girl fears. It takes you through the not knowing, the waiting and the eventual consequences of discovering joy and despair simultaneously. It is also the second book in the Heaven & Hell series, but you could read either… Read more »

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Pretty Lost Dolls by Ker Dukey and K. Webster

Pretty Lost Dolls by Ker Dukey and K. Webster

Hell’s Bells! Wow, this story is intense. Benny is Sick, Sick Sick! He is a man with a fixation with dolls, only trouble his can’t differentiate between a living person and an inanimate toy. His confused state of mind, which is a result of a horrific childhood, caused me to… Read more »

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Forbidden by CD Reiss

Forbidden by CD Reiss

  Forbidden, the title and the synopsis of this book will tell you all you need to know before you decide if it is right for you. It is dark, but the dark moments are manageable through the strength and candid character personalities. This book is three books (Kick, Use… Read more »

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Loverboy by Lauren Gilley

Loverboy by Lauren Gilley

A difficult story, beautifully told. There was nothing instant about this story of survival. Kev is living a good life when a harrowing attack rehashes memories from his past, turning his world upside down. His path to healing requires him to face those demons and bury them. A challenge in… Read more »

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This Isn’t Over, Baby by K Webster

This Isn’t Over, Baby by K Webster

The EDGy Dark Reader has fumbled, fell and feigned a temporary retreat…This book falls into a rare category for me where I am unable to rate it fairly. There is a clear warning at the beginning of this story that it won’t be for everyone, but I didn’t think it… Read more »

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