Publisher Description

Living on the razors edge, Giselle Bergman's life is torn apart by her cheating boyfriend. Little does she realize that he is the least of her worries when her long term friend, Alex, reveals a secret long hidden, and introduces to his family and a new, darker world; a world of lies, deceit and corruption.

Thrown from one problem straight into another, the razors edge gets thinner and sharper, testing Giselle's sanity and vitality. Never truly knowing who her allies are, Giselle soon learns not to trust anyone, not even herself.

How far will Giselle run to escape what fate has dealt her?

Will she truly be free from the shadows that not only want her soul, but have her reborn as their Queen?

Join Giselle on a journey that is only beginning...

Not even she can hide when living within the shadows.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2014
July 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
266
Pages
PUBLISHER
Julieanne Lynch
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
365.4
KB

Customer Reviews

EmoAmped ,

Wow...just wow.

SPOILERS AHEAD: This book was just one wild ride. It was like an episode of Jerry Springer in one book. Not only was she kidnapped but she gets pregnant and the baby daddy is her husband's father!!?? It was just crazy and she falls in love in her father-in-law which makes it even crazier. I wasn't a fan of the protagonist cause of the stupid decisions she kept making like for example, going back to the people who kidnapped you in the first place. It was an okay read it could have been better but it's not worth buying the 2nd book.

Arrow3195 ,

Really pathetic female lead

It gave me a headache within the first chapter. Everything just happened at once, female lead was really just a pity party. Style was okay? The way the plot was set was kind of weird. Overall not really a good read. Definitely won’t be reading book 2.

NoMoreGuardians ,

Weak, immature female lead

Ugh, will this book ever end?? I'm about 2/3s in and ready to slap the female lead, who's selfish, immature, and clueless. She makes a decision and in the next chapter does the exact opposite.

Edits needed, but it's not terrible, and the writting style is ok.

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