Saturday, August 20, 2016

Review of Hidden Scars by A.M. Myers

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Hidden Scars by A.M. Myers        

Overall star rating --- 4   

About the book:
Emma Harrington is an intelligent, confident, sweet and sassy woman.

Or she was...before him.

Emma sets out to rebuild her life and find the person she once was. A wrench is thrown into her plans when she meets Phoenix West, a sexy as hell, smooth-talking tattoo artist.

As soon as Nix meets Emma, he knows he's found something special. He can't deny their connection and despite her reluctance, Nix slowly works his way through her hidden scars and into her heart.

Just when Emma starts to breathe again, her fear resurfaces, threatening her hopes for the future.

Will she ever be free to live the life she truly wants? Or will her torturous past finally catch up to her?

Book creation ratings
Overall total, out of 30 -- 25        
-- Story & characters -- 8        
-- Cover & title -- 7        
-- Editing & formatting --10        
* based on a 1-10 scale with:  1-4, poor; 5-7, good; 8-10, very good.*

The review --
This is a great read, very emotional. I’m not usually a fan of books that go back and forth between past and present but the author does a phenomenal job with it in this story. Emma Harrington is working to survive a past that won’t seem to leave her alone. Ryan her ex, police officer, fiancĂ© was abusive and after she leaves him he’s continuing to stalk her, insisting she is his. A year after Emma leaves Ryan she’s decided to get a tattoo to symbolize her growth and that’s when she meets the gorgeous Phoenix, who also happens to be her bosses nephew. Emma and Nix’s relationship starts as friendship as Nix, alongside Emma’s brothers does whatever they can to keep Emma safe from Ryan. Their relationship grows from friendship to more but Emma is scared to go down that road again.

This is a fantastic story, a complete roller coaster of emotion from crying to yelling in anger you’ll experience it all while reading this book. The plot is original, the book is well written and face paced with great character development. As far as I can tell this isn’t a series but I wouldn’t complain if we got Emma’s brothers stories!
Reader Recommendations
Genre -- Romance        
Age recommendations -- 17        
Sex content rating -- hot        
Violence rating -- mild        

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