I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.
(Finished Reading: 25/09/14
My 37th book this year.)
Livvie is now Sophia. She is trying to live a normal life after being held captive but she doesn’t really know what normal is. With a deep sense of attachment and what she thinks is love, for her captor, Sophia must learn to forget the dark times and to struggle through life as best she can.
Caleb is now James. A rich nobody who can do as he wants. Caleb was a monster who took pride in his indecent pleasures. But James is a new man, well behaved, law abiding and very much seeking out the one girl he has ever loved.
James finds Sophia. He has no idea what to do, whether she loathes him or loves him, but he definitely needs to find out. James and Sophia must learn to let go of the pain and darkness that haunts them. They must explore their pasts in order to get through the present. Then maybe, just maybe, there could be a happily ever after, even for the monster.
What an amazing book full of passion, confusion, forgiveness, love, pain, memories, excitement. Too many wonderful words to describe this amazing author. A must read series but one again… U MUST start at book one, be open minded, non judgemental and just accept that maybe, just maybe, this could be a true story. If you can get past all the disturbing moments, this book is absolutely stunning.
With so many ups and downs. The reader is introduced to their relationship through James’ eyes and at times I had tears in my eyes. I wanted a beautiful ending. So many trilogies are disappointing right at the last moment. But this book was as close to perfect as books can get.
I love the banter. I love feisty Sophia who realises her needs are very specific. Whether they were trained into her or not, she has grown fond of being dominated and punished.
Full of explicit scenes and some very good conversations, I actually laughed out loud and often had a huge grin on my face. I really enjoyed this book from start to finish.
Please don’t judge, please accept, please just read the series because you don’t know what you are missing. I hope C. J. Roberts can keep up the amazing work!
Written by Ling Lee (25/09/14).