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Together, they address their inner demons amidst a backdrop of secrets, scandal, murder and abuse. Avenge is a satisfying conclusion to the Abuse trilogy, full of healing, twists, turns, and surprises.
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By Claire on 05-14-18
Firstly, this is not a standalone book, the series needs to be read in order.
Secondly, OMG what an ending to this captivating trilogy, each book has been better than the last and the ending was everything I could have hoped for and more.
While the themes of child abuse are disturbing, this is a taboo topic that needs to be talked about more and this series speaks of it in a respectful and realistic way.
I enjoyed seeing Renata and Grant both healing, coming to some much needed and important realizations and finding love and support with each other. The chemistry between them and the open and honest communication is beautiful and inspiring.
I cannot recommend the series highly enough.
The narration is excellent, the character voices are great and the delivery manages to convey so much emotion while staying true to the nature of the characters.
I received a free copy of this book from the author and/or narrator and/or publisher and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.
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By sheryl beauchemin on 05-04-18
🔥 Hot DAMN 🔥
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
What an superb wrap up for Grant and Renata. They worked out the last of their intimacy and trust issues with some pretty sizzling, explosive, ah, encounters! Whew! What they thought was a battle to prove Grant’s innocence against all odds (and justification) for the murder of his father, turned into a dangerous race to destroy a well organized and hidden pedophile network that involved people with wealth and power. My favorite man ever, André Chevalier was a key player in this takedown, giving us a glimpse of his past and hopefully his story to come.
Roberto Scarlato does a french accent that is so believable that I prefer it over the obvious Frenchman Guillaume Dubois, who has portrayed André in other books.
👍🏻👍🏻TWO THUMBS UP!!!!