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Chloe thought her life was a fairy tale about to happen. Until her worst nightmare walked back into her life, shattering her dreams. Now he's holding her captive on a private yacht, intent on punishing her for mistakes she made in the past. His revenge involves torture and humiliation, and he will not stop until there's nothing left of her. He loves her. He loathes her. He's an angel. He's a monster...the devil in disguise. He's her savior. He's her deadliest enemy. Can Chloe's fragile strength save her before he strips her completely of her freedom, reputation, sanity, and life? Fatal Hearts is a serial that unfolds over three volumes.

©2016 Dori Lavelle (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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  • 30-09-18

Better than the first book.

I was so glad to see that the story made real progress in the second book. Honestly I could have told someone the story of the first book inside of a minute and they could listen to this one with little to no problem understanding it. This story was great, it wasn't mind blowing because it felt oddly incomplete to me. This may just be my bias but I feel like having chapters back and forth between the main characters would have been more interesting and told a deeper story. It's just guesswork figuring out what Alvin is thinking for so much of the story and it makes for a lessened emotional connection with him. Also, I didn't like Kelly/Chloe in the beginning and I still don't but I did find myself respecting and rooting for her despite myself. I suppose it could be because I'm a woman too and to hear that kind of abuse being dished out to a woman brings out a sort of brutality, making you hope she claws his eyes out and gets away because although she did some crappy things as a teen, no woman deserves to be assaulted the way she was. There's a message here about the impact we have on others around us, about bullying. About how one moment can define you, about how it can bruise you your whole life and all it takes is to have that bruise poked for the blood to come to the surface and hurt all over again. I would recommend this book.