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  • Dark Gritty Suspense - Couldn't Put it Down

    Fractals by Alicia Anthony From first page to last I was immersed in the story. I could not stop reading until I found out how the story would play out. I was invested in the outcome as if I were involved and could change what would happen. I knew who I cared about, who I despised, and who I was on the fence about. Not a romance in the general sense of the word but there was love and caring and deep abiding affection along with other emotions that played a huge part in the behavior of the characters. The pasts of many impacted their behavior. I wanted to hug some of the characters and give them a safe harbor while others…I won’t tell you what I wanted to do with them! This was dark, gritty, and difficult to read at times…but it was so worth reading. What I liked: * That the story made me think and care. * Looking up fractals and tears…intriguing what I learned. * Asher: a complex man, a teacher, a man who loved deeply, a good person, someone I admired and rooted for throughout the story. * Carly: damaged, cares deeply, loved her life before her mother died, has seen more than anyone should have. She is one I wanted to hug and help. * Moreno: homicide detective, husband, father, has a purpose, a good man – I grew to truly like and admire him. * Jo: department of child services employee – someone I was on the fence about for most of the story. * The way the topic was covered with compassion and eyes wide open. * That there were (and are) some people that stand up for right and do what they can to help. * The unexpected twist(s) at the end and the sense of hope I was left with. What I didn’t like: * Knowing that human trafficking is real and how people are coerced or groomed into it. * The people in the story that I was meant not to like – they were wicked, evil, loathsome creatures. * Realizing that there is little hope of ever eradicating this type of crime. Did I like this story? I did Would I read more by this author? Definitely. Thank you to NetGalley, Aurora Publicity and the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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