August 11, 2013
Not generally my type of story but I think that the author worked hard on this book and that made it was worth reading. You can tell that Cheryl Douglas did here research before creating this seriously dysfunctional family and then describing Cassidy’s fight to find who she really was and the sacrifices she made and the repercussions to her choices that led to herself discovery and happiness. I am really glad that the author didn’t gloss over anything or shorten this book in some way, it would have ruined it. Addiction is a hard thing to fight for everyone involved and a hard thing to watch a loved one go through and this book did a very wonderful job of portraying that.
This book does have some error that needs be fixed, mostly missing words or words that don’t belong in sentences for that I am only giving it four stars.
Cassidy Ross just wants to escape her miserable life until she meets famed music producer, Drake Elliott. He’s everything a girl from the wrong side of the tracks would be foolish to hope for, but Drake helps her realize she can have a life worth fighting for… until she makes a mistake that could cost her everything.
Anyone stupid enough to betray Drake is destined to pay the price, especially when the culprit is wearing his engagement ring. He thought he could trust Cassidy, but when she proves him wrong he vows to make her pay.
Revenge is sweet, but redemption is sweeter.
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