The Truth About Him
Everything I Left Unsaid #2)
We played our roles, told each other lies. But now Dylan is no longer just a mysterious deep voice on the other end of the line. Weâre face-to-face and our relationship is very, very real. We still have secretsâbut so much is crystal clear: The thrilling danger. The raw, naked desire. The need to keep feeling the way he makes me feel. Forever. Dylan is putting up walls, trying to keep me safe, but he canât shut me out. He has seen my darkness and rescued me. Now itâs my turn, if only he will let me.
My Emotions were all over the place reading âThe Truth About Himâ by M. O’Keefe.
When I read the first part of this 2-Book series I was captured by the novelty of this storyline. I read so many books that it is hard sometimes to find something unique. So the storyline captured me.
And while all the revelations in the first part made âEverything I Left Unsaidâ very special to me, this second part is totally different but still itâs raw intensity captured me.
And I think in this book I just read the most intense âLove/Non Loveâ Declaration of my life so far. I think I actually stopped breathing for a moment when it happened.
For me the plot in this book was just on the sidelines which is another first for me. This book is more about darkness and raw emotions between the protagonists.
And I think the Author captured those so purely that I could actually feel them. I wondered at times about certain aspects in the plot but once I realized that (at least for me) all of the secondary characters were only there to highlight the war raging on the inside of the protagonists.
I let go of the plot and only focused on Dylan and suddenly I felt free of the plot actually which was strange. I was like there was no plot needed â just those two persons interacting.
It was just in the last review I wrote before this one that I complained about not being able to understand the comparison from the novel I was reviewing to certain authors. Those famous âif you liked â¦. You will love this novelâ lines on the beginning of the Blurb.
But somehow in between the lines with this book I understand, that it is being compared to Jodi Ellen Malpas and K. Bromberg. I read âThis Manâ and âDrivenâ and I can see certain aspects here for sure â for me the most obvious one is the darkness and the struggleâ¦ I think I can follow the line in the blurb saying fans of those authors will like this book.
I truly did