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    unique cast

    This story is pretty wild. Lucas has a split personality. His main identity is very quite and shy. The other part of him is very different and originated to protect him from serious abuse as a child. The problem is that no one really knows what he’s capable of doing when he blacks out (his other self takes over). I was extremely fascinated by this story from the first word. I don’t know true to life the details for dissociative identity disorder are in Split, but it’s an interesting subject for sure. I had a little trouble accepting how everything wrapped up, but I was definitely entertained the whole time. I reckon reading this. You won't be bored.
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    Review: Split

    Split by J.B. Salsbury is a standalone romance with a twist. Told in dual (triple?) POV and extraordinarily unique, at least as far as my reading experience goes, this novel quite literally yanked me into the pages so deep I didn't ever want to leave. Shyann is a tough woman with a streak of bad luck pushing back to her hometown of Payson. With as much "suck-it-up" attitude as she can muster, she returns after being gone for five long years and asks her dad to help her out. Things are tense between them. Dad is mad that she left so fast after graduation and she is angry that he is letting someone stay in the river house that was her mom's. Lucas is a man of few words and plethora of secrets. He keeps his distance and stays away from anything that can trigger his blackouts but when Shyann shows up in his life she lays all his preventative measures to waste and does nothing but antagonize his dark side. Oh my god - this book was awesome - the clear differentiation between characters was beautifully done and the story never once lagged. I will definitely be reading more from this author.
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    Beautiful journey with suspense, drama & intense

    This story grabbed me from page 1 and didn’t let go. Shyann is a very strong woman but she’s struggling with her true identity. When she got the first chance, she left Payson to pursue a career in journalism. On one of her first assignments, well, it doesn’t go so well and now she’s black balled at all the stations. She returns home with her tail between her legs, needing a job from her dad. But all she can think about is how to get out of Payson. Then she encounters Lucas. Lucas is a quiet man with an incredible artistic talent. Shyann’s dad has embraced Lucas, giving him a job and a place to stay. Lucas is a broken soul, his childhood was so painful that he split to survive. He now works to stay in the shadows, hidden, to stay out of the darkness. What he never expects is to find a connection to Shyann, he doesn’t know how to handle these emotions. Shyann and Lucas are both hurting and lost, can they find a way to help each other? Or will outside forces be too much to overcome? I loved this story, there is a beautiful balance to how this relationship builds and grows with an element of suspense and the unknown of Lucas’s split.
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