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Review for Born, Darkly (Darkly, Madly Duet #1) by Trisha Wolfe

Posted by Jenea @ Jenea's Book Obsession in Reviews / 17 Comments

Review for Born, Darkly (Darkly, Madly Duet #1) by Trisha WolfeBorn, Darkly (Darkly, Madly Duet, #1) by Trisha Wolfe
Published by Amazon Digital Services LLC on September 19th 2017
Genres: Adult, Dark, Romance, Suspense
Pages: 241
Format: Kindle
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five-stars

He challenged her sanity.

She shattered his reality.

They dared each other...to the brink of madness.

A dark and twisted maze awaits criminal psychologist London Noble when she falls for her patient, convicted serial killer, Grayson Pierce Sullivan. As she unravels the traps, her sanity tested with each game, she's forced to acknowledge the true evil in the world around her.

 
***This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.***
 

 

 

This is one those books where I honestly don’t even know where to start telling you about it. I participate in the blitz for it not that long ago, and knew I would have to read it, but I was a little unprepared for the dark and gritty world that I found myself in, but I can not complain one bit because it was freakin awesome!

This takes us through the story of a renowned criminal psychologist and a serial killer, well lets just say, basically we have a psychotic killer and a doctor who loves to learn about what goes through their minds. London Noble keeps to herself, does her job and does it brilliantly. But it clear that she uses her job as a way to escape her own past. One thing about her that I really enjoyed it that she didn’t show her fear, and was always up for a challenge, but I think when she met Grayson Pierce, she had kinda met her match. He was certainly a piece of work. Now, Grayson Pierce was a convicted serial killer who never denies what he is or why he did what he did. In his mind he was just ridding the Earth of those who had committed far worse crimes and would have committed them again and again. And while I should have been disgusted with him, I was intrigued with him, so I could see why London was drawn to him. Even I wanted to know why he was the way he was.

It is told in dual point of views which I enjoyed immensely, we got into the minds of both London and Grayson. Grayson’s was pretty scary but we also see that London isn’t controlled as we first think either. Their doctor/patient relationship slowly grows into something much more, and let me tell you it is not a romance for the faint of heart. Their relationship is like an accident you can’t look away from. It is dark and gritty and wrong in every sense of the word. But the chemistry between them is, WOW! *fans self* Did I mention it was wrong, because it was. Moving on. The story is a multilayered game of cat and mouse, and kept me on the edge of my seat till the very end, but that ending left me want more, so much more. It is cliffhanger from hell, but still so worth it.

Born Darkly, is filled with riveting twists and turns, and a forbidden romance that you can’t help but fall for. I simply can’t wait for the next book to see what Grayson has in store for us.
 

 

 

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Jenea @ Jenea's Book Obsession

17 Responses to “Review for Born, Darkly (Darkly, Madly Duet #1) by Trisha Wolfe”

  1. Renee (Addicted To Romance)

    Lovely review you have here darling. I do love the more darker and edgier books, but I so am not a fan of cliffhangers, but will read them if I am tempted enough. And you are making this one sound so good. Glad you enjoyed it. πŸ™‚

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