Addicted

Sixteen-year-old Bella Kynaston has been the victim of a brutal rape, by someone she can only describe as ‘the scar-faced man.’ With little recollection of what happened, she must somehow rebuild her life. Being the person she once was proves more difficult than she imagined.

To complicate matters, Bella has just met Jeremiah Detrone, the new guy in school. He’s attractive, funny, and smart. All things she’s ever wanted in a boyfriend. Too bad she’s conflicted over so many unexpected emotions. Without realizing it, she falls down a rabbit hole and begins walking a dangerous line between addiction and self-preservation.

As Bella works together with the police to bring her attackers to justice, will she be able to see it through to the end? And even if she does, will it only bring her more pain and misery? Or will she find an anchor in Jeremiah and figure out how to move forward?

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Book Quest Site Review:

Author Krys Fenner manages to create a sweet and innocent young love story with a thrilling and suspenseful feel. The stories are weaved together in a way that keeps you turning the pages to see what will happen next.




4 thoughts on “Addicted

  1. Addicted was dark and shocking from the start. I stopped breathing. This book is gothic in theme and flows with the sounds of a trans Atlantic organ. I support Bella’s relationship and hope she came have a happy ending. The incidents that befall this angel of a girl makes one question the horrors in existence and whether they are REALLY random as we think. Gervasio is pure evil. This book gives readers the full view of evils machinations on innocence. It reminds me to always fight for the good and never allow evil even a slight chance to ruin happiness.

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  2. This book series is definitely not for the feint of heart. The strength that one finds when faced with such brutal trauma is well represented and not made light of. The judgement of others, the constant thought of having to be “fine”, and that there is a time limit on healing when dealing with the mental aftermath of abuse in all aspects of the term was literally as if I was watching life through a window. She dug deep and went into that mental space that no one wants to go to to try to understand the thought process of a predator, and a particularly psychopathic and narcissistic one at that. I can’t wait to see how the series ends and hope that the journey to write this series, as dark and foreboding as it may have been, was also healing in ways. Perseverance and accepting that life changes every day, that you yourself are different in ways every day you wake up is such a strong and powerful tool in healing.

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