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Uncovering You 1 - The Contract
When I wake up in a dark, unfamiliar room, I have no idea what's waiting for me in the shadows. My imagination conjures up demons of the worst kind.
Reality is much worse:
A collar with no leash. A prison with no walls. And a life stripped of meaning.
I am presented with a vile contract and asked to sign. It outlines the terms of my servitude. The only information I have about my captor are the two small letters inked at the bottom:
Armed with only my memories, I must do everything I can to avoid becoming ensnared in his twisted mind games. But in the end, it all comes down to one choice:
Resist and die.
Or submit and sign my life away.
Uncovering You 2 - Submission
I have survived the worst. I have come out of the darkness with my sanity intact.
Now I get to meet the monster holding me here. For the first time since my captivity began, I get to meet Stonehart.
Whatever he wants, I'll be ready. The collar may be tight around my neck, but I will not be a prisoner.
A prisoner has no choice. A prisoner has no purpose.
But a concubine, on the other hand? She always has a choice.
And today I choose to fight.
Uncovering You 3 - Resistance
Jeremy Stonehart is a cruel, vindictive man. He wants me to submit. He wants me to give in.
I will never give in. I will never yield. No matter what he subjects me to, I will always fight.
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By Oliver on 06-09-18
Not what I expected
When I first started listening to this book I would have given it 3.5 stars, by the end of book three 4.5 stars but now that I've listened to book 5 I realize that this is actually really good. I'm not sure I'd call it romance, its more of a psychological thriller. Even though there's sex and acting like there's love its really more about Lilly trying to stay sane while playing Jeremy's sick mind games. By the end of book 5 you start to see some real love but not what i would consider romance. Its kind of sick and twisted but I'm enjoying the series. I'm giving it 5 stars
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By Chelsea O. on 06-07-18
Not what I expected, this is raw and realistic.
Many will shy away from this series because of its' nature. The scenes of actual rape (not ones where the girl pretends to tell herself that she doesn't want it and ends up screaming in happiness by the end, actual rape), the horrifying acts that Lily endures, the monster Jeremy shows himself to be... it's more real than most romance books I read. That said, I don't even know if it's proper to call this romance. While I am rooting for Lily and absolutely love how strong this woman is to endure through it all, I feel the same as Lily by feeling as if this man would redeem himself. But I don't know if he can at this point. I can't see myself liking him and instead of hoping for a lovely romantic ending, instead I want to see Lily crush him. Beware if you haven't read this book that if you're looking for romance, turn back now. This story is definitely not for the weak of heart; this story is realistic in more ways than I've seen in the books I've read. And I don't know how to feel about this in some ways because a small piece of me wanted him to change and be a good man, but he has crossed those lines we write in the sand as women for what is acceptable in normal society. Consent? What's that? Don't expect much at all of that. The narration was excellent although a few words had odd pronunciation but I don't really care, the narrator wove a beautiful tale of Lily's life and I can't wait to see how this series concludes. Oh and I must say I thought it odd that there are 8 books and each is so short; why not just make a few large ones instead? The cynic in me wants to say it's for money but I hate to think that way so I hope there's other reasoning for that. Either way, getting these three in one is definitely worth the credit if you don't have the Romance Package. Now, onto the next one!
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