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Everything Stolen by Sophia Scarlet

 
 

September 19, 2016

 

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Title :              Everything Stolen

Author :           Sophia Scarlet

Series :            n/a

Release date :   September 19th 2016

Rating :           5 Stars

 

 

Blurb :

 

Four years ago Jeremy Bradford disappeared leaving the woman he loved heartbroken and pregnant with his child.

 

Two years ago Sylvie Solum married Silas Chambers and vowed to leave any hope of seeing Jeremy again in the past.

 

Today, Jeremy Bradford woke up from a four year coma. Resolved to reclaim the woman he loved.Bent on uncovering the truth about his disappearance. Determined to make whoever is responsible pay for everything stolen.

…And Bradfords always get what they want.

 

**This novel is steamy, suspenseful, dirty, and appropriate only for adults.

 

Review : Everything Stolen by Sophia Scarlet is one of those finds that really lets you remember what you love about discovering new authors.

 

This book was so much more than I originally expected it to be. I was having doubts and mixed feelings when I accepted this book for review because of the from the blurb obvious problem of having two guys and only one girl, which, when I add the fact of marriage to it can be a definite trigger for me.

 

But rest assured the author sailed around that cliff perfectly.

I never had the feeling that something was crossing the line.

 

I was drawn to this book because of my love of wounded and scarred characters and Jeremy Bradford surely seemed to be one judging from the Blurb.

 

Expecting a cliché story I was surprised that there was only little to complain in that area, while we might discuss the point of the reality of Jeremy’s waking up and his physical condition after that, the author even found some explanations for that purpose that were good enough for me to work with.

 

As for the actual story … well… I would not have guessed but there is actually suspense hidden here because it was not totally obvious what was going on – a small part was … yeah but that was OK.

 

I really liked the development of the characters and I honestly hope that this will be a series as I really need to hear more about Jim and Noah.

 

I could almost taste the story behind these characters while reading this book.

 

So I hope that the author will give us more and that I will be lucky again go read them as review copy, because I love presenting a rare gem to other readers.

 

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