➦So this was pretty awesome. Also fucked up.
I explain.➦Imagine you’re a dude.
➦I know, I know, but just for the sake of this review…
➦You are kind of on the run but then you settle down in some small ass town where a nice man offers you a steady job. Awesome. Your life is awesome! Right?
➦You can’t do any of the normal shit people do. You can’t go out with pretteh ladies. Why? Because whenever you feel excited, scared or angry you black out.
➦So the best thing to do is to keep to yourself and hope no one bothers you. Except your boss’s daughter takes special interest in you and starts asking a lot of questions. Which make you uncertain, uncomfortable and even angry. There’s another slight problem: you kind of got a hard on for her.
➦So at this point if you need to know what to do it might help reading Split by J.B. Salsbury because this sure sounds like a very similar scenario 😀
➦I won’t bore you long here. It was my first book by this author and it won’t be my last. I thought it was a pretty unique story line which I haven’t seen in many books before.
➦There were times when I felt very sad and even outraged and sought comfort from my blog buddy Arianna. When I told her that this book is somewhat of a dark read she immediately got a lady boner for it. Bitch’s twisted and lives for this shit.
I’m kidding, I’m kidding!
➦So if you like dark-ish read with a twist + misunderstood heros give this one a shot. And I leave you with a cute gif of a dino going puff puff. Just cuz he’s cute.
About the Author:
When I published my first book I didn’t intend to write more than the one. If I could sell six books to six people I didn’t know I considered myself a success. But that first book sold well over six copies and I knew I couldn’t stop there.
I was bitten by the writing bug and have poured my soul into every novel I’ve penned since. Some of my books have become USA Today Bestsellers, New York Times Bestsellers, and Fighting to Forgive won a RONE Award. I couldn’t be more proud of where my writing has taken me.
I live in Phoenix with my husband and two daughters where I’m lucky to be able to do something I love and still be home to juggle carpool, field trips, and fifth-grade homework.
When I’m not writing, reading, or spending time with my family I can be found on any of the local mountain trails hiking, or at the gym when the desert temps become unbearable. I love being outside, beach vacations, and spending time with friends.