From New York Times bestselling author Zane comes a thrilling erotic novel, set in the same world of Addicted and Nervous, featuring a beautiful but emotionally damaged pop star hell-bent on vengeance against the people responsible for her traumatic past.
Decades after fleeing from Atlanta after an unspeakable trauma, Caprice Tatum returns to her roots—only this time she’s Wicket, the international pop sensation who has become a living embodiment of fame and fortune. While she may be have refashioned herself onstage as the perfect diva, selling out concerts and topping the charts, offstage she’s haunted by her past and incapable of the kind of intimacy that could free her heart and mind. She an only see one way forward: revenge against the people who were responsible for what happened to her when she was a teenager.
Yet, as Caprice insinuates herself into Atlanta’s most elite circles—and into the lives of her former tormentors—she begins to unravel, putting herself and the few people she trusts at risk, including Jonovan, her childhood crush whose compassion and allure are almost too much for her to handle. When her father suggests she see a therapist, Dr. Marcella Spencer, Caprice finally begins to pick up the pieces and find her inner-strength.
But can she truly overcome a legacy of pain and suffering? Or will her thirst for vengeance drag her even further into the darkness?
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Pretty good read
Overall, the story was enjoyable, relatable, as well as informational. I love how she touched on how important therapy is, and shed some light on common myths about mental instabilities. I appreciated her more realistic representation of the LGBT community. However, I felt the actual “revenge” storyline seemed a bit rushed at times. The ending seemed as if it happened all at once.
Keeping it real
Loved this book. Zane hit on a lot of good points, which I personally have experienced and overcome my own issues, but I loved reading this book from another viewpoint. As always Zane never lets me down. Thanks and keep doing what your doing. Can't wait to read your next book.
Not her best work
The story was a little bit hard to follow because it was everywhere. She normally gives details but this was lacking