Author - Lisa Helen Gray
Series - The Carter Brothers Series #3
Genre - New Adult
My Copy - Purchased
Format - Kindle
Where You Can Find It - Goodreads - Amazon UK - Amazon US
Kayla is broken after being bullied, violated, raped & beaten, she finally stands up to the person who broke her and she moves back home, but going back to school is a daunting thought but its a good thing she has Myles Carter to protect her when it first happened he was there to help her, so she manages to go to school and face the people who aided in her bullying but she has a secret, the abuse didn't stop at school it carried on and was dealt by the one person who is meant to love you unconditionally. Can Myles push past her walls and find the girl who he needs to save or will Kayla push him away because she still feels dirty?
Myles was the most difficult to read as it was about a character who has had so many horrible things dealt her way in the past and in the present, it was very sad and emotional. I enjoyed it but i just feel there is way too much abuse and rape in this series and need a very long break before i read anything in that subject again.
The characters felt the most real in this book, where as before you could sort of feel a fakeness that you don't realise is there till you read this book. You can feel the pain, the happiness, and the sadness in every page.
Story wise, it again like the previous two books it centres around a character trying to live after being the victim of Rape, Abuse, and bullying. But all so it deals with a persons mentality after they have been raped and trying to start a new life and a relationship it was very hard hitting and by far the best in the series so far.
For the characters, they were not the best couple but they were the best characters so far, and they also have the best development and the rest are the same as usual but we are seeing them "grow up" and get married and have children so that is nice and i hope in future books we get the same information as well.
I gave this book 4 stars because i feel that this entire series centres around abuse and it is starting to feel like its the same story but different circumstances, that is my only mark down.
Until Next Time