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    An Emotional Read that Rugged at my Heartstrings

    A couple of months ago, I came across a blurb that was totally enticing and sounded so very taboo. I dove into a book from a new-to-me author named Ella Fields. She blew me away. Her story called Frayed Silk was amazing. The storyline was compelling and her words were strung together beautifully. She made me think and made me feel, so she immediately became an author I started to watch and follow on social media. Not long after, another book appeared. A spin-off of sorts that also captivated me. Cyanide featured Jared, the other man we really weren’t supposed to like from Frayed Silk but how could you not. I devoured that one too. Now comes Corrode. Felix was introduced in Cyanide but I can’t truly say I was intrigued by him or anxious for his story. Afterall, he was the bad brother, the brother who landed himself in prison for making wrong choices and bad decisions. What would possibly be the draw to such a character? Boy, was I wrong. Ella fills in all the background about Felix and Maggie, and long before any wrong choices are made, he has made many right ones. Choices that tell you who the real Felix is inside. She has the reader melting and cheering their relationship on. Felix has now become my favorite leading man from this trio of books and Ella Fields one of my newest favorite authors. To me, Corrode is a story of young love that was supposed to last the test of time but circumstances and desperation clouded the minds of the players, and devastation hit. Felix and Maggie were two young souls against the world. Both had experienced loss in some shape or form and now they had each other to support and lean upon. They were each other’s heart and neither could live without the other. Corrode brought out all the feels. From humor and laughter, pain and heartbreak, and sensual hotness. Felix is the kind of guy who exudes steamy sensuality without even lifting a finger. Just reading the words as Maggie describes the vision before her, every taut muscle and rippling abs, was enough to start my pulse racing and my body to twitch. It appears to me that Ms. Fields likes to push the boundaries of morality, to make the reader sit back and ponder what they might do in similar situations. This has been a bit of trend in all her books and it is a trend that I very much enjoy. Staying on the right side of the law can be a very fine line and she makes you question if you would be willing to cross that line to protect your heart, to avenge an injustice. Felix and Maggie wormed their way into my inner being. I took several days to read this story in small segments which was great for allowing my mind to wrap around the story and the characters. Every day I could delve a little deeper into their lives and they wound their way around my heart. And then the emotional upheaval started and I couldn’t put the book down. There comes a point in this book when Felix is hit with a shot of reality, when the knowledge of past events is brought to his attention. This is where my heart broke. I could feel his pain from the heartfelt words he read. Tears were streaming from my eyes and down my cheeks. The pain I felt for the characters was real and torturous. This is not the point of the book you should read at the office – just saying 😊. Corrode is a great read that I am confident you will enjoy. It can surely be read alone or first but I feel it was so much better having known a bit of Felix’s background from Cyanide. Do yourself a favor and read all three, in order. Enjoy the ride. It will be bumpy in every book but your heart will be singing when you finally reach THE END
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    True love can't be erased

    A new author can be a trick thing to take a chance because we can't predict if we will like his/her writing but sometimes we need to take a chance and go for it. And that was what I've done, I took a chance with this author and I have no regrets. Ella Fields has a writting full of meaning and feeling into the mix. Her words got stuck into my mind and made me question some things. Corrode is her latest release and tells the stories of Maggie and Felix. These two knew, from the moment they met that they were made for each other. Things got out of hand because Maggie was left alone and pregnant and Felix got arrested. Years will pass and they will be face to face again. Let me just say that this book had stolen my heart. I wanted to be right there with them helping. I just love a book that can travel back in time to tell us the story from the beginning and that helped me comprehend the story way better. The plot is superb and the interaction between the characters is beautiful, bumpy, intense but super real. Get ready to embark on the most intense and breathtaking rollercoaster ride of your life. Get ready for the heartache and sadness but you will be presented with so much more. Everyone deserves a second chance and sometimes we need to be the greatest person to accept and provide it. It can be hard but we have to try. Amazing book Ella Fields. I need to read the first one from this series but this one just stole my heart. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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