Apr 12, 2014

Slade by Alaska Angelini *Review*

MARY is the perfect tool to use against the man who took his sister, Lily. What better way to exact retribution from Governor Hagen and force him to bring Lily back, than to steal his own daughter and threaten to sell her as a sex slave, too? But, even the best laid plans don’t always go 
smoothly. Slade ends up falling for his captive, and is faced with a decision that might just cause him to lose the one thing he doesn’t want to let go.

SLADE is every bit the animal he portrays. Dominant, dark, unbending, and possessive—her own personal predator. Mary can’t help but be drawn to the soul deep darkness in him. It calls to her like nothing she’s ever felt before. 

When her father bends to Slade’s will and releases Lily, will Mary be 
allowed to walk away and follow her father's plans to marry another, or will Slade make her a captive to the dark…forever?

WARNING: This book contains very graphic violence, disturbing situations, dubious consent, and very strong language.

I like dark reads... I really do. This was just in the wrong category and is not a dark read in my opinion. I struggled with this one a bit. I didn't hate it, but I didn't love it and I think most of my rating comes from having it in my head that the book would be one way, but in reality it was far from my first conceived idea. I didn't fall in love with the characters. I didn't feel their relationship and it hindered me from digging into the book and not putting it down. I did put it down actually twice before finishing. This one might be for you, but it wasn't really for me.

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