- Fear You
- Broken Love, Book 2
- By: B. B. Reid
- Narrated by: Teddy Hamilton, Ava Erickson
- Series: Broken Love, Book 2
- Length: 10 hrs and 32 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 10-02-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Audible Studios
What happens when she’s had enough?
Lake Monroe has given in to her childhood tormentor too many times. She knows it, he knows it, and even their enemies know it. When he returned after being found guilty of a crime he didn’t commit – a crime he thought she set him up for, he returned darker than ever, demanding her body and her submission. To survive him, she knew she had to give in to fear once more or suffer the deadly consequences….
But Lake experienced what it was like to submit to the dark and demanding boy who invaded her dreams. Now she’ll experience what it’s like to fight him.
What happens when he wants more?
Keiran Masters has a past that is both shocking and dark. Once enslaved, he now has demons he can’t escape – demons that have followed him for 10 years, demons he blames his beautiful obsession for. He promised to make her pay. He promised to make her break….
But when Keiran conquered her body and tasted her submission, he found a new addiction instead – one he has no intentions of giving up.
As secrets unfold,
Identities are revealed,
Danger closes in,
And they both discover what it really means to fear….
I have to put a big ass trigger warning because there is a lot of triggering things in this book. I may not get all of them but I will try my best so here we go manipulation, obsession, possession, rape, death threats, psychological warfare. I don’t know there was a lot to this book and I found it weirdly intriguing. This is a dark romance novel.
The more I read from this series the more I need to know what is happen. I will say that this book has two different story lines that both go hand in hand. You have the story that is meant to be kind of wrapped up by the end of the book which I feel is like the romance of the book. As I am writing in review I am on book so five so you will understand what I mean by this when I review the other three books. Once I finished the first I jumped straight into this book. Book two picks up right where the first one left off. If you have not read my review on fear me you should so before reading this review.
When it comes to me feels on this book I am conflicted. This book is not better than the first one. In fact there were many times I had to speed the audiobook to get through the frustrating parts of the book. Trust me there were many times that I was frustrated while listening to this book.
We are back with Lake and Keiran. Lake, Lake, Lake I like really wanted to slap her through most of this book. Girl could not make up her mind if she wanted to send Keiran to jail or not. I want to say that there were areas of this book that Keiran were softer than the previous. I liked this because it showed the most growth from one character who was hard to root for in the beginning. This at least to me seems like maybe this is setting up the character to be redeemed later on in the series.
The story is well written and it is very entertaining. B.B Reid does write a compelling story that keeps you hanging on every word and you want to find out what happens to the characters. There are taboo topics in this so please beware if you are going to read this book. Dark romance is not for everyone.
Ava Erickson and Teddy Hamilton really work well here as a duo. Ava is one of my favorite female voice actress. She has a great tone and a great speed when listen. You can speed up the audio or slow it does not sound not sound bad at all. I tend to speed up the audiobooks that I listen to. Teddy Hamilton is a pleasure to listen to. Teddy and Ava seem to work together a lot. Teddy his speed is great.
The sound is great. There were no weird sound or pauses. There were no skip in the audio. Very professional.
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