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    The Unrepentant by E.A. Aymar Sex trafficking is a multi-billion dollar industry...or should I say racket? It forces people into positions they do not want to be in and more times than not causes physical and mental harm. As I read this book I thought about what it would be like to be more than one character and hoped I would have the strength that Charlotte had, the caring and courage that Dory had and the ability to help those that so needed it as I read through the book. The opening scene was compelling and grabbed me immediately and once caught I could not stop reading till the wee hours of the morning. More than once I wanted to step inside the pages and smack someone or help another...it was gripping. The mentality it must take to be a trafficker is something I can’t seem to wrap my mind around. I think part of it is money and part of it is lacking conscience and perhaps it also has to do with being more than a little bit sadistic. Anyway… Did I enjoy this book? Yes...though the topic was a toughie Would I read more by this author? Yes I did feel the ending was a bit abrupt UNLESS this is the first book in a series. I wanted resolution for Mace and Eve and I wanted to know how Charlotte would end up. And yet, in life the people we meet don’t always let us know what will happen and this way I can make up an ending, a happy one, of my own for those left standing at the end of the book. Thank you to NetGalley and Down & Out Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars
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    A lot of narrative, which is ok I guess. The women in this book were pretty strong characters although Charlotte was a bit unbelievable and extremely lucky taking on these guys. I found the men were either sadistic or weak. I would not read it again!
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