He had done it again. Ravaged me. Burned me. Broken me. Given me air, only to leave me gasping, writhing. But then something changed. Something that terrified and excited me both. Something that utterly destroyed me. Something that made me whole again.
Our love was cursed from the start. She didn't know it but I did. All she knew was that I'd lied to her, betrayed her. Done unforgivable things. Unavoidable things. Yes, I had broken promises as surely as I had broken her heart. But, just as every war has casualties, and every lie has consequences - every bastard has his reasons.
©2016 R.K. Lilley (P)2016 R.K. Lilley
sorry just did not like the herion. She created her own chaos. Every move she made was for selfish reasons. She only considered her own feelings and her own success. Her motives were all because she was hurt. The Hero did a lot to save her from herself. Had she just asked questions instead of lashing out the book would have moved at a better pace. The self pity got to be way over done. The end of the book didn't have an HEA feel to it. It feels incomplete. I guess the reader is suppose to understand her reasons for inflicting pain on Dante. Because she did a lot of damage to Dante that he didn't deserve. No one owed her a thing but she acts like they do..Only one part of the book i felt pity for her but that passed with the next chapter.
The book has a childish feel because of the herion's behavior. i am a huge fan of R.K. Lilley but not this book. i will continue to be a fan.. she is an auto download..
The narration was good and spot on..
Seriously, I'm a R.K. Lilley fan for life! There's just something about these books that hits every button for me. This series was perfection--dramatic, over the top, romantic perfection. It's not a fairy tale romance though, it's gritty, very dark, and kind of twisted. The narration was on point and befitting of the characters, also the interplay and history amongst the characters and their relationships was just toxic enough that I just ate up every minute of the story. A definite repeat listen for both books in this series, and highly recommended for those love sick like me out there.
My three words would be Crazy, Sad and Redemption.
The moment that led to all of the heartbreak was so crazy, sad and unfortunate.
I liked the emotion that Sarah brought. Jason was good, a little subdued but still good.
After the back and forth of book 1 I wasn't expecting so much outside drama. That changed things a lot.
Where to start amazing !!!!!! Wow I couldn't put it down I was biting my nails so many times during this book crying laughing and even wishing I could kill some of these people wow this book is amazing. I always love her work but she outdone herself this time👌🏽👌🏽👏🏽 saying that I can't wait for the second book in the burning fire series.
A bit too drawn out , too much back story.
No I think it ended well
There were moments in this book that made me cringe, made my heart palpitate, made my eyes well up, made me belly laugh and made me realize how much forgiveness and persistant love can change a once hardened heart...THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for this masterpiece!
I really liked the narrators. They did a great job
it was a hot mess! Every time you turned around there was another twist
ooohhhh that's a hard one. I think I really liked Dante
Nothing is ever as it seems
great train wreck of a book. Even when it got "boring" you knew there was going to be yet another derailment
I bow down to R.K. Lilley yet again. Why can't she just turn into a story making machine and pump new books out every month?! I'd be so happy. This is a love story spanning many years. And despite there being past/present portions and quite a few characters, it was easy to follow along and understand. I've listened to sooo many audiobooks on here but R.K. Lilley's are my favorites. Loved this so much, I'm sad that it's over! Read it, there's no way you could be disappointed.
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