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🔗 Deliver by Pam Godwin
🔮 Ravenous Innocence by Myra Danvers
🧙♀️ Dead of Night by Emily Goodwin
💞 Misadventures in a Threesome by Elizabeth Hayley
🍳 The Missing Ingredient by Marika Ray
🌹 Violent Delights by Jessica Hawkins
In Submit I felt a connection to our main couple but nothing like the deep connection I had after finishing Obey.
Obey delved into their relationship on a much deeper level and it was so brilliantly written.
Raw, Emotional, and Tragic in so many ways.
I understood Francesca's battle so much better, not only with her own feelings but with the outside influences that she felt shaped her choices - her mom - her siblings - her own sense of self-worth. My heart broke for her. She wanted freedom but at what price?
And then Maxim - I think I mentioned when I was discussing him in Submit that he is emotionally stunted and has some very deep seeded anger issues. In Obey, we get to see an even darker side of him and we are granted access to the very brutal truth that created the monster he is today. Like Francesca, I can't hate him for his actions. I know I should but you have to admit he does try and Francesca is a willing participant.
What a fun way to get a taste of an author's writing style.
Michaels is a new author for me (obviously) and Innocent was offered as a free short story, so I figured why not?
I found I really enjoyed the narrative, the writing style and the little twists.
I will be seeking more from this author.
Before you jump in know this is a short story - The kind that gets the reader fully engaged, sets up all kinds of questions then even with a closing leaves you asking yourself Huh? Who? And a bit upset you don't have all the answers.
That being said the fact you were engaged and want more is a positive point to the authors ability to write. Just a thought
On my tablet full review to follow