Thursday, August 8, 2013

Scarred Love by M.S. Brannon

Scarred Love
New Adult/Romance
Date Published: 6/6/2013

Darcie Claiborne spent several years of her young life living with a monster, always fearing what he would do next. Clasping onto her last ounce of hope, Darcie releases a scream. It’s her final attempt to live; to survive the villain of her reality. Sweeping her up in his arms, Darcie’s knight in shining armor rescues her from the hell she’s been living; from the stepfather she's feared for all those years.
Reggie Evans has been forced to grow up before he’s ready when his mother dies of an overdose, leaving him responsible to raise his younger brothers. One fateful night, Reggie jogs by an old, run down house and discovers a young girl clinging to life as she screams for help.
Three years later, Darcie is healing and always protected by the man who saved her, but now she's fighting with something she isn't prepared to face. The growing love for the man who saved her life three years ago, the same man who’s nine years older. All the while, Reggie fights to protect Darcie from the demons of her past and new ones of her present.


Not too bad...It was a rather intriguing read to say the least.

Darcie is a different cookie...I don't recall ever reading about a character that could beat you down, yet had personal demons and was basically broken underneath. Really cool! don't we all need a "Reggie" around every now and then. The connection between Darice and Reggie was surreal.

The action is full force, no sweet candy coatings....just raw and opened.....I really enjoyed that! I honestly think bad guys should get what the deserve and Ms. Brannon gave me that in this story :)

It truly shows love know age and quite frankly family can be many things.
Great start to the series!!!!!

M.S. Brannon was born and raised in the Midwest. She still resides there today with her wonderful husband and son. When she is not writing or reading, M.S. Brannon spends time with her family, watching movies, and discovering new music. She writes romance because she believes love and heartache is the rawest emotion one can experience.


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