REVIEW : SCARS by Jaimie Roberts
July 13, 2016
Author : Jaimie Roberts
Release date: June 7th 2016
Rating : 5 Stars
Blurb : I had the perfect school, the perfect friends—the perfect life …At least, that’s what I thought.But you changed all that.You are always there … Always watching … Always waiting in the shadows. You send me flowers and messages. You stalk me, trace my every movement… Until that one day, in a silly game of Seven Minutes in Heaven, when I finally get to feel you—have a taste of you …It left me wanting more.One catastrophic day, my wish is granted.Just past my eighteenth birthday, tragedy strikes and I watch my family die before my eyes. You are there. You rescue me. You choose my life over my older sister’s, and I hate you for that. I hate you for taking me and imprisoning me. You say it’s for my sake, but I know it’s for your own. You make me see that my life could be much worse without you in it… You make me see true darkness.It is in that darkness you make me desperate for your presence, your touch, your caress. You make me need you… You make it impossible for me to live without you… And then, eventually…You make me fall in love with you.Secrets will always wound the ones twisted within their web of lies… But the ones I’m tangled in … are deadly.
WARNING: Although this book (overall) is not a dark read, one chapter is an exception, and contains the following triggers: childhood sexual/emotional abuse with some intensity in one particular scene.
Review : This Book was an exceptional read on all accounts – I should be as scared as SHE is because from the first page on I am not afraid of HIM.
I know he is dark and most probably not the nice guy you would want to introduce to your parents – but… –
I should explain myself or this story but honestly I DO NOT WANT TO.
This book is so unique that its plot should remain the way the author spun the Blurb because the reader should experience it like I did – unprepared
So do yourself a favour and DO NOT read any reviews containing spoilers….just DON’t … if you read the Blurb and you think this is interesting and you are not afraid that there might be the triggers as advised in the Blurb – GO for it …