Londyn Bennett entered my world like a hurricane. One I was grossly unprepared for.
But in the short time we’ve known each other, she’s opened my eyes to things I never expected. She taught me about acceptance. Compassion. Love.
Because of her, I’ve also been forced to learn about prejudice. Cruelty. Hate.
We may come from two different worlds, but the second we met, our hearts beat as one, nothing able to sever our connection.
Or so I thought.
When the bubble we’ve been living in bursts, will our love be strong enough to weather the gale-force winds threatening to upend everything? Or is hate too powerful to overcome?
A wise person once told me that the right path isn’t always the easy one.
I just never realized just how treacherous the right path could be.
Atonement in the final book in the Possession Duet, a gripping opposites attract, interracial romance that tests the limits of love.
A story that needed to be told
I don’t know how to verbalise the love I have for this book, it was an amazing climax to the story of Wes and Londyn.
As always T.k.Leigh’s writing is amazing and handles sensitive storylines with tact and honesty.
Wes and Lo have to overcome major struggles but as a wiseman once said sometimes the right path isn’t always the easiest.
That is very true of their story, as in both books they send you on a rollercoaster of emotions, ranging from sadness through to exhilaration
At difficult times T.k.Leigh chose to write about some extremely difficult subjects and she executed them with such grace.
If you love books where opposites attract or a book where love faces hardships, this book is for you.