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She struggles with her feelings for Seth, fearing he is just another person who will eventually let her down, as everyone in her life has done thus far.
Maggie has spent her life caring for her alcoholic mother. A task that has left her heavily burdened and alone. Before long, her mother's health takes a turn for the worst, sending Maggie's life into a tale-spin.
While Seth works relentlessly to inject fear into the dealers and flush them out into the open, Maggie fights to stay alive as the hunt turns deadly.
Seth and Maggie's romantic journey is one of humor, heartbreak, and self-discovery. The Nightmare Affair by Mindee Arnett. But it does. Eli is dreaming of a murder.
Desperate for something-anything-to do in London while her s mother's off researching boring historical things, Cat starts reading the diary of Katherine Percival her mom gives her-and finds the similarities between their lives to be oddly close. But where Katherine has the whirls of the society, the parties and the gossip over who is engaged to who, Cat's only got some really excellent English chocolate.
Then she meets William Percival-the uber-hot descendant of Katherine-and things start looking up. A Spell of Winter by Helen Dunmore. Cathy and her brother, Rob, have forged a passionate refuge against the terror of loneliness and family secrets, but their sibling love becomes fraught with danger.
As Catherine fights free of her dark present and haunting past, the spell of winter that has held her in its grasp begins to break The Dead and Buried by KimHarrington. Jade loves the house she's just moved into with her family. She doesn't even mind being the new girl at the high school: It's a fresh start, and there's that one guy with the dreamy blue eyes. But then things begin happening.
Strange, otherworldly things. Jade's little brother claims to see a glimmering girl in his room. At all. He is described as a natural Dominant but I suspect that all he really is is a natural a-hole. He goes against everything that I have read so far about Dominants and what they seem to enjoy.
Thomas is a genuine sadist so I was inclined to dislike him from the get-go but my biggest objection about him is his lack of empathy towards Sophie. All he seems to want to do is break her even further, push her over her limits over and over again.
He humiliates her, degrades her, debases her, hurts her both physically as well as psychologically and she just takes it.
I am now even further from understanding Sophie and why her mind works the way it works. He is putting her through things that I can only summarise as torture. He shows no emotions towards her, not even those of a friend. Their interactions are lacking care to such a degree that I sometimes wonder whether Sophie is lacking a self-preservation switch in her head. In control. To some that might seem incongruous with the choices I make sexually, the things that get me off.
For a while it seemed jarring to me. I take responsibility for my actions and choices. She is constantly saying that this is what she needs and wants but then she cries through it and feels terrible.
One moment she is crying from the physical pain and mental humiliation, and the next she is going on with her life like nothing happened, each time drawn to this world of masochistic submission like a moth to a flame. I hate that he calls Sophie the s-word. I hate that he knows how much she hates it and he still does it. But even more, I am starting to question my own sanity for continuing to read this book. Not really sure what the dynamic of their relationship really is but I dislike her straight away.
The whole leg-humping scene made me want to jump out of my own skin. That whole scene made me want to smash my Kindle!