Suffer Less

A Dark Contemporary Reverse Harem Romance
Narrated by: Melissa Schwairy
Length: 6 hrs and 53 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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For some, suffering less is as close to being happy as they’ll ever get. Alessa Dean is a girl who’s used to suffering. She was someone’s daughter, sister, niece.

She was whole...once.

Now, she’s got nothing left to lose and a choice to make that could change her life forever. A choice given to her by three men who belong to the Wayward Kraken motorcycle club. Three men who give her a way out and a chance to start over.

Will she take that chance and possibly find the ability to not only love someone else once again, but to love herself?

And maybe, just maybe, suffer less...if only a little.

This is a dark contemporary reverse harem romance with moments that will make cringe, laugh, and sometimes cry.

Trigger warning: This books contains themes some may find sensitive including: Overdose, violence, and attempt of rape.

©2019 Kadee Ladnier (P)2019 Kadee Ladnier

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    2 out of 5 stars

Definitely NOT a "Dark" Romance

Not even close.

In fact, the only thing dark about this book is the deceptively-haunting book cover.

Okay, there's a brief almost-rape. And the lead female lives in extreme poverty...is that the "dark"?

Dark and reverse harem are my two go-to genres, so this vexes me. This story isn't dark. Like, at all. In fact, it's sugary -sweet.

And that fine. It's a great story. The men are good ol' boy, waspy, clean living bikers. They don't curse of swear or look at women's "womanly parts". The lead female does the 1950's housewife seduction. In fact, the writing style and characters' behaviors are almost identical to those in the Unconventional series, so much that I wonder if it's the same writer, different pen names.

If you're low-key thankful that this wasn't dark, you should check out the Unconventional series by Rebecca Royce.

But if you prefer dark reverse harem romance s, I recommend the Sunshine/Bullets series. But be warned: it's trigger-happy, and it's got some teeth.

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Good but not great

I liked the book but would not buy again. The story had major plot holes. She main character only has one leg but it’s hardly talked about, I feel there should have been more on that. The relationship between her and the three guys is also extremely underdeveloped. Actually all the relationships in this book are not developed and it is very frustrating because you want to like the book but so many obstacles make it where you just can’t get into it. Not worth a credit, maybe worth the money.