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K.M. Golland
Risk Is A Four-Letter Word
Erin M. Leaf


Taken  - Kelli Maine I just couldn't get past the writing. The story is told in the present tense, not my favourite choice and it definitely needs great writing talent to pull this off in the first place. But to make matters worse, after the hero has abducted the heroine the story is told from her point of view in the "You form". No idea if it's changed back later on, I just couldn't bring myself to continue.

You stand over me and stroke my hair back from my forehead. “Rest,” you say, and walk out of the room. I watch you leave hating myself for ever thinking your body was something I wanted.

Someone please have mercy on me because this is just plain horrible to get into, to connect with the characters and to simply enjoy a guilty pleasure trope. DNF