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There's nothing I love more than a good book, the more angst the better for me. I received my first e-reader a little over two years ago and since then my reading habit increased 100x. The 1-click buy now option is now my dealer and I'm addicted. I read anywhere between 400-500 books a year of all genres but mostly the books that I read fall into the romance/erotica category. Until recently I avoided leaving written reviews for the books that I've read but recently I made the decision to try to review what I can. All reviews that I write are based solely on my own opinion. I am not swayed by other reviews or opinions and I could care less if my review is the only good or bad review left for a book. I'm honest to a fault when it comes to that. My reviews may not be popular but they are mine :)


Hurt - Tabitha Suzuma I've gone over and over how to even go about reviewing this book and the words have escaped me.I went in blind and I wasn't sure what to expect when I started Hurt. I ran through several scenarios in my head after reading the first chapter, thinking I had it all figured out. I was wrong. The first half of the book the author leaves small truths in words and phrases casually left behind, that at first seem unimportant, easy clues that can be applied to all sorts of scenarios. Later after I was finished with the book all these left behind words and phrases came back to haunt me making their truth known. Leaving me devastated in their wake.It isn't often that a book is capable of completely taking over my five senses. I could feel every single emotion as my own. I could look at the scene and picture myself there. All touches were felt by me. All sounds heard by my ears alone. The bitter taste of truth was shared by my mouth. This author has written a story that I will never forget, nor will I ever recover from. Mattie will stay with me in my heart for the rest of my days.