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Isolated by the dark secrets he carries, Grant Wilkinson, the damaged and decorated war hero, has always seen himself as a monster. He's finally getting his life on track by embracing the help he needs from Renata Koreman, the equally damaged little mouse.

André Chevalier saw Grant and Renata’s ragged edges as puzzle pieces that would fit flawlessly together. He made the right decision when he put the Monster and the Mouse together.

There’s just one problem: Did Grant murder his father?

©2014 Nikki Sex (P)2017 Nikki Sex

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Deeper into Grant’s Story

I was provided this audiobook through Audiobook Boom at no charge by the author in exchange for an unbiased review.

Grant’s history was still foggy when I left him in book one. He and Renata are continuing to heal using André’s sexual therapy but when questions arise over the death of Grant’s father, secrets erupt that could damage everything. A great story.

Roberto Scarlato is fabulous.

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Book 1 was a tough act to follow, book 2 delivered

OK, so, if you haven't read book one, you really need to read it first, there's lots of information in it that adds context and history to what happens in this book.

Assuming that you have ready book one then you already know that this series deals with abuse of minors. This is challenging subject matter that can be disturbing to read for anyone, but Nikki does a fantastic job of showing the damaging results but also the possibility of healing. There is something utterly compelling in the way this book dives in, and yet does so with grace and respect.

The developing relationship between Grant and Renata is both beautiful and fascinating. Both of them are learning and healing and doing so in a way that is bringing them together.

The story has twists that I did not see coming and it held my attention from the first word to the last. I can't wait to get me hands on book 3.

The narration is very well done, the character voices are excellent and the tensions and desires in the story come across really well.

I received a free copy of this book from the author and/or narrator and/or publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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Renata and Grant are on the way to Dallas..... I will not go into the detail about the "therapy sessions", except to assure you that they are indeed earth shattering smexy. Andre' certainly knew what he was doing when he put the "little mouse" together with the "monster." It surely seems that as Renata helped Grant, she too learned some things.... but, it's not exactly happily ever after. Not by a long shot. Do you remember that frantic phone call Grant got from his mother? ( at the end of "Abuse") Well, they did exhumed Chester Wilkinson's body, and after testing, his death is now being called a murder, and guess who the prime suspect is? ... long buried secrets will come to light. this could be bad, very bad....
Listening to this after having read it was quite an enjoyable experience. I just can’t over how different It is to have someone tell you their story.