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    Saving Mercy by Abbie Roads

    Saving Mercy by Abbie Roads A thriller. A sadistic killer. A plan made years ago and a generation impacted. Fast and furious. While I’m not fond of serial killers, this twisted story was gripping to the very end. I can’t wait to read more by this author.
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    Dark Exciting Read!

    Review For: Saving Mercy 'Saving Mercy' by Abbie Roads is book One in the "Fatal Truth" series. This is the story of Cain and Mercy. This is a bloody, exciting, drama filled book...so its a little more than just a romance story. Mercy was one of Cain's father victims that actually survived..but barley. After some time she did end up in a mental hospital that one Dr pretty much torture her. Until Nurse Liz gets her out and into Cain's safe handling. Cain was subjected to the murders of his father and now has issue with closeness even those who are trying to show they care like Mac the FBI agent who took him in when he was young. Even Liz has tried to be a mother to him but he can't get close to anyone until Mercy. Cain has been keeping tabs on Mercy but at first didn't want to take her in doe to his issue with emotion. In addition, he has a love/hate with blood and crime scene. But they slowly start to help each other get through their past. But they also have to get through the danger that they are now in. *A Book Obsessed Chicks Review Team Selection*
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    This is my first book by the author Abbie Roads.

    Paranormal Romantic Suspense is one of my favorite genres and Saving Mercy (Fatal Truth, Book 1) is the first in the series and was AWESOME! Saving Mercy reminds me of a True Crime show or a Psychological Suspense movie. It does have some graphic violence, alot of blood, and murder. Good and evil battling against each other. The way Abbie tells her story and the words she has chosen gave me goosebumps, but in a good way. You can feel the pain Cain and Mercy are going through and just want them to be happy and together. This is my first book by the author Abbie Roads, but she is now one author I will keep looking for her next books to be released!
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    Magnificent Story!

    I voluntarily received an ARC of Saving Mercy by Abbie Roads in exchange for an honest review. Holy crap! That is all I could think for several minutes after finishing Saving Mercy. Abbie Roads is a magnificent artist and story teller and she has blown my mind once again.  I am constantly amazed at how she manages to combine so much pain and darkness with immense amounts of love to form her books. Mercy and Cain are both so damaged and have been dealt a hand in life that no one should ever have to deal with and their pasts have intertwined to connect them in unimaginable ways. Seeing them struggle to deal with their tragic childhoods while facing new horrors kept me from putting this book down until I had read every last word. Saving Mercy left me with the worst book-hangover I've had in a long time. I tried to start another book the next morning, but it just wasn't an Abbie Roads book.
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    I couldn't put this book down

    If at all possible, Abbie Roads just outdid herself. I think this is her best book yet. She doesn't just explain the mind of her characters. She brings them to life by having you breathe, feel and become them. Reading Saving Mercy isn't a journey to see what happens in the end. The journey starts with page one and is travelled from paragraph to paragraph. Not many authors can do this for me. I'm still astounded by Abbie Road's ability to make me feel each character and the whole book had such depth I could see it played out. Each character's movement, speech and expression was so easy to visualize. No one can reach the mind of a mad-man, serial killer, victim, and survivor like Abbie. I guess that goes to show she does have a passion for her day job as a mental health counselor.
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