**This is book 2 of the Black Hollywood Series. It is highly recommended that you read book 1, Have I Told You, before this book.**
Sabrina's dreams are slipping away in the wake of the shooting. She's lost trying to cope with the new reality of her life. Can Caston help her see that the scars on the outside haven't changed who she is on the inside?
Caston's true past comes to light, bringing his present crashing down around him. In a life full of betrayal, how will Caston cope when the truth is revealed? Can Sabrina be the constant Caston needs to help him make the life changing decisions he needs to in order to move on?
When the web of lies is torn apart, who will be left standing? Will the right person take the fall?
Follow Caston and Sabrina through the aftermath and find out what happens when they each vow I Won't Give Up on You.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
F.L. Jacob has created a compelling tale of a dancer caught in an abusive relationship who finds her soul mate and explores her sexuality. It mixes several elements familiar to erotic literature readers including light bondage, ménage, and other kink. There are not one but two evil villains to add to the mix. Caston's stepmother, Barbara is a great antagonist as is Sabrina's ex-boyfriend, Mark. I found myself wanting to know more about Barbara and her weirdness. I did have a little trouble with Sabrina's abusive relationship with Mark however. While the realism of such a relationship was portrayed well, the believability suffered. Law enforcement in most states will investigate and press charges in domestic violence cases without a victim filing a complaint. They only need probable cause that the violence occurred. Sabrina's injuries were severe enough for that to occur. Still, the drama of her being caught in such a situation plays out well and it's a joy to see Sabrina and Caston's HEA. Supporting characters are good but seem to only be on Caston's side of the story in HAVE I TOLD YOU. Once Sabrina moves in with Caston, her friends seem to disappear for most of the rest of the book. I'd love to read Terrence's story and more about Jon and Sara and their unusual relationship. Luckily, the loose ends of the friends’ stories are tied up in the end of book two. It’s a good story but I recommend reading HAVE I TOLD YOU before you read I WON’T GIVE UP ON YOU so you can get the whole story.