I am mentally exhausted. I am at my wit's end. I am in the dark, again, with no end in sight. But just when all hope seems lost, a light appears at the end of the tunnel. A confession...that breaks me from the stranglehold of hopelessness and despair. An admission...that brings new dimensions to the man who is shrouded in secrecy. Stonehart’s revelation can never change what he’s done to me. But can it be enough to make a difference in how I see him? As old questions are answered, new ones arise: Is it possible for a man to change? Is it possible for him to repent for all his sins? And, perhaps most important of all: Is it possible for me to forgive?
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So far, the only outcome is that this guy looses his manhood in a very painful way, but seems like she is getting brainwashed instead. Dark romance or sick twisted violation of a woman by a powerful predator. I may never try anything by this author again if he does not end up loosing everything for this. There is nothing he can do to justify this and sadly, the story seems to validate him so far. I am sure it appeals to someone. I really hate this guy. I just need him to be tortured to death, or near death over and over. I have a feeling I am going to be disappointed.
She was great.
Volunteer at a woman's shelter. Sharpen my claws. Throw up.
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
I just love this series and considering the ending there is more to come. The narrator, for me, has made these characters come to life! Great job!
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