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Torn from You

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

You know, I'll be honest. I really wasn't sure if this would be

You know, I'll be honest. I really wasn't sure if this would be a book I would love. I'm not too much into the "dark" sort of thing. Not that I like sunshine and rainbows. Well, yeah so maybe I do. Hey, whatever. At any rate, I wasn't too sure if this would be...
You know, I'll be honest. I really wasn't sure if this would be a book I would love. I'm not too much into the "dark" sort of thing. Not that I like sunshine and rainbows. Well, yeah so maybe I do. Hey, whatever. At any rate, I wasn't too sure if this would be the book for me going into it, but I couldn't put it down! There's different shifts in tone, light to dark then dark to light. It totally sucked me in. I HAD to know what was going to happen with the main characters. I had to know why Logan would do something so horrible to Emily. Why he wouldn't help her. Why? Why? I had to know. Ms. Rose definitely has a talent for hooking the reader, because that's exactly what I was the entire time. I didn't even care the book was written in first person. Another thing I tend to not really gravitate toward in books.

Speaking of first person, the deep point of view seen through Emily's eyes was great. You really got the full effect of all her emotions. Very well done in my opinion.

Now Logan...that dang Logan. I thought I was going to have to hate that dude until I read further. Then I was in fictional love with the man.

Heck, I'm even emotionally invested in the secondary characters. I'm not above admitting I might have contacted the author and begged for teasers for the next book in the series. Because I HAVE to know. I can not wait to read the next book in this series.

Overall, I thought this was a great book. It's well written and entertaining. Pretty much, I'm sold on this series. As long as the author writes it, I'll read it.

posted by Chitsuen on December 22, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Worst hero ever. EVER


## WORST. HERO. EVER.

I don't care who his guy is (the devil himself?), there is NO WAY any woman would get back together with a man who not only delivered her to sex traffickers but stood by and watched her get whipped, water boarded, starved and sexually assaulted a...

## WORST. HERO. EVER.

I don't care who his guy is (the devil himself?), there is NO WAY any woman would get back together with a man who not only delivered her to sex traffickers but stood by and watched her get whipped, water boarded, starved and sexually assaulted and did nothing to stop it. He even walked away when they put a gun to her head. He treats her worse than dirt, makes her his sex slave and to top it off mentally abuses her as well. And we are to believe that while in captivity she still desires him? Ugh.

Then he has the audacity to show up two years later: "I did it to protect you", "I love you, baby". Are you freaking kidding me ?? He should've broken cover much sooner or not even delivered her in the first place. Just because he had a shi*ty childhood we're supposed to forget these heinous acts and humiliation he put the heroine through? Uh, hell no.

I would've killed this guy if I'd ever seen him again. Literally killed him. DEAD. By any means necessary.

Omg, these reviews are ridiculous. The heroine is TSTL and the guy is absolutely no hero. This book is in no way romantic.

posted by 9394860 on February 27, 2014

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