by Ally Bishop
Book: Without A Trace #4
Publisher: Scarlet River Press
Pub Date: November 2014
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Don’t take up space.
Don’t talk too loud.
Don’t tell anyone.
I’ve always been the problem child. Blue—my name alone should have warned anyone with a half a mind that I’d be trouble. Who’s named for the broken crayon nobody wants?
Professor Rhys Kennison should have seen me coming a mile away, and I should have known better than to fall for someone so far out of my league. But his touch is like fire and his taste…like the finest chocolate. What woman could resist that combination?
We’re headed for disaster, though—after all, it’s what I know best. No matter how hard I try, I can’t stop destroying anyone who gets too close. And Rhys doesn’t understand. How could he? When I don’t even understand myself?
Trigger warning: this story contains descriptions of sexual abuse that are required for the story.
Heat rating: Entry-level BDSM (with consent) and super-steamy sexy times
My Review: Well.... I loved this book. Like the scenes were strong, but done so well. You were able to enjoy everything going on, without anything being over done or too tough to read through. I loved that, I've read many books with adult scenes and Ally has written them the best so far.
Anyway....onto the book. Blue, is the problem child. But who doesn't have a a few problems as a child? Yes, shes trouble, but when you get to know her, she is such an amazing person. All she needs to do is focus. She is a good person, even if there is trouble around her. She just needs to focus on knowing who she is and things can become better.
Then Rhys walks in and they have this connection. They are hot and heavy. An amazing and strong couple. Rhys won't give up on her, and he can learn to understand Blue, as long as she lets him in. He is a great person and I loved his dedication to be with Blue and make the best of things.
Ugh I loved this book. The scenes, the characters, the heat and passion, just everything was amazing and I can't wait to read more by this author.