They call him a monster.
Pale blue eyes as cold as ice that see right through you.
He lives in a castle fit for a fairy tale, but he’s no prince.
He’s a killer.
By an act of fate, our worlds collide.
They call him a monster, but he is my salvation.
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A hauntingly dark and beautiful story about love. I’ve never ran into the problem I have now. How do I review this story? How do I put all of my thoughts and emotions in this review? It feels so personal, this review. This book hit me so hard in the soul I feel I can’t adequately explain how amazingly beautiful and well written this story is. I’m not sure how or why this book hit me as hard as it did. Within the first 5% of this book my heart was ripped out from the unbelievable, harsh upbringing these two lost souls had. Both Brochan and Lizzie took different paths in life. Yet both are destined to meet. I felt like a voyeur reading their interactions, a stalker waiting on the next Lizzie and Brochan scene.
Through the whole book one thing resonated through me, and maybe I’m at a time in my life I needed to read it. “You’re not broken; you’re just bent.” Those words had a staggering effect on Brochan, they also had a staggering effect on me. Lizzie saved Brochan, Brochan saved Lizzie. Both were not broken, just a little bent. I refuse to give you a retread of the blurb, and I know this review isn’t like some of my others. The reason being is because the book touched deep into my soul. I would have neverthought a book could squeeze so much emotion and feelings from me. This one did. So read this. Lizzie and Brochan’s story will move you, it will make you feel, it will also bring those emotions you’ve kept hidden to the front. And afterwards. Afterwards you will feel free. You will feel happy you started the broken fairytale journey with them.
L.A. Fiore is the author of several books including Beautifully Damaged, Collecting the Pieces and His Light in the Dark. Her favorite movie is Star Wars, a love her son shares. They hope to build their own Millennium Falcon one day. She would like to meet the Winchester Boys to thank them for enlightening her on the versatility of salt as not just a food enhancer, but as protection from supernatural threats. And she thinks it would be interesting to be a zombie, to get an idea of what life is like as a brain-addicted fiend so she can be their voice to tell their side of the story. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and kids, their two spoiled cats and their awesome dog.