So technically I knew there would be a cliffhanger. Did that prepare me in any way? Absolutely not. Did I scream my lungs out at the end? You bet I did.
Abe has been free from the clutches of a cult for more than a decade. He never thought he’d go back ever let alone twice. But he’s determined to save the woman who he can’t stop thinking about. A woman who happens to be his brother’s widow.
He’ll do anything to set her free. Vowing to protect her from even himself, Abe needs to do everything so set Myra on a path of her own.
You guys no one loves a messed up story more than I do. A cult?? Brother’s widow?? I saw these words and knew this was the book for me and I was so darned right.
This story is one of the most unconventional ones I’ve ever read. But it’s also so familiar and beautiful because you get to see two people exploring intense and vast possibilities where they didn’t have any reference point of healthy love and affection.
I adore how Abe and Myra’s relationship bloomed. Those two are so perfect for each other. And hot damn my man Abe is dirty but also so considerate but so deliciously dirty. I AM LOVE!!!
The end made me tear my hair out because I knew shit was going to blow up. I just didn’t know in which form it would happen. I cannot wait for the next part so I’m just going to sit in a corner and hope Abe finds me soon.
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“The first time I returned to Lancaster was for my brother’s funeral.
The second time was for Myra.”
For twelve years, I lived alone in my cabin, building a life with my two bare hands. I was free from their rules, their policies, and their lies.
They are a cult.
My father is their leader.
To protect my brother’s widow, I’m making her my wife. It’s her only way out.
But drawn to the purity in her deep blue eyes and the innocence of her gentle voice, I wonder if I’m not the biggest monster of them all. I have to save her from them and myself. Because every second I spend with this timid woman, I fight the urge to claim her.
Make her truly mine.
And I know it’s wrong.
I will break her fall—if I don’t break her first.