Pain: Physical suffering or discomfort caused by illness or injury. That is the definition of pain, but some times pain can be more than psychical, it can be emotional pain and That is what you will get from this tragic love story
Lou-Lou is all too familiar with pain. She thought for once in her horrendous life things can be good with Ricardo, but she knows that will never happen with Bruno still controlling her.
Sometimes when you read a story and a second book comes out you’re hoping it’s half as good, if not as good as the first book and to say this second book was as good as the first, is a huge understatement. I am trying to put into words how much Blame It on the Shame part two rocked me to my very core.
This book was so tragic and gut wrenching. My heart just kept breaking over and over again for Lou-Lou how much more could she possibly take. Ricardo I loved and will always love, but in this book I was getting so angry with him, even though I did try to see things from his POV.
I found myself sobbing and clenching my chest because it hurt so bad. Ashley Jade did an amazing job telling this story.
Just when I thought “where else can this story go” it ends with a bang and I can not wait to read part three.
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“Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned.” I’ve fallen in love with Lou-Lou. And I’ll stop at nothing to keep her away from you. But there’s one thing I never counted on… The moment when our ‘truths’ would turn into lies. I thought Bruno DeLuca was our biggest threat. I was wrong. Because the fire burning between us-would end up destroying us. And killing me. *** People think love conquers all. What they don’t know is that for some of us…it comes at a price. The ultimate price. Sometimes, love can end up wrecking you-instead of saving you. Sometimes, love can quickly turn to hate. And sometimes…even after you’ve killed your demons-there’s still one more that comes to the surface. “There are two sides to every story…this is ours.” Warning: Due to strong language, some violence, explicit sexual content, and some dark elements, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18. *Trigger Warning*: Any readers with sensitivity to dark reads should proceed with caution and at their own risk. You’ve been warned. Author’s Note: This is part two of a three-book series. (Blame It on the Shame: Lou-Lou and Ricardo’s story.) However, in order to truly enjoy Lou-Lou and Ricardo’s story, it is advised you read ‘Blame It on the Pain’ first as this story will follow the same timeline.