Title :

Never Tear Us Apart

Author :

Monica Murphy

Series :

Never Tear Us Apart #1

Release Date : January 5th 2016
Rating : 4 Stars
Blurb :

Perfect for readers of Colleen Hoover, Jay Crownover, and K. A. Tucker, the first novel in this darkly sexy contemporary series from bestselling author Monica Murphy kicks off an emotionally powerful two-part tale of forbidden love.Crazy how eight years can disappear in an instant. One look at Katie Watts, and I’m a fifteen-year-old again—the one who risked everything to save a terrified girl from her twisted kidnapper. She’s grown-up now—beautiful, quiet, composed—and telling her story to the world. A story that involves me in more ways than you can imagine. She used to call me her guardian angel. Sure, I risked my life, but she was worth dying for. I need to make contact with her. Just to ensure that she’s safe. Somehow we reconnect. We become friends . . . but I want more. I want to make her mine. And she wants me too. Does she know who I am? Has she figured me out? Not yet. But she will. In the meantime, I need to make sure that whatever hold that animal had on her is gone. So, yeah, I’m stealing these moments with her. Savoring them. Knowing, dreading, that she’ll soon find out who I really am. And everything will fall apart. All because of that twisted, perverted monster sitting on death row. Her kidnapper. A convicted serial killer. My father.

Review :

I was so intrigued by this plotline that I especially took the time to read “Never Tear Us Apart” directly in front of “Never Let You Go” which is the second book in the “Never Tear Us Apart #2” series by Monica Murphy as they should not be read as a standalone..

Ms. Murphy really attack her readers with the full amount of forbidden.I would not even know where to start when I tried to explain. So I will not even try as I it is impossible without giving away to much of the story.
The storyline flows well and the characters are so well described that not only will the readers feel the tears (because they will be leaving their own eyes too) but also the anger towards “Ethan’s” father and helplessness when confronted with the media.
This is a very interesting plotline that I can fully recommend – even though I had my slight issues in the beginning with the way Ethan “kind of rediscovered “ his attraction, because of the story I refuse to call it “Insta-love” as this hole plot is too complex to use such a simple phrase. Please enjoy this series in the right order.
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