Sunday 7 January 2018

Thirty Days of Pain (Series Review) #Trilogy

Thirty Days of Pain

Kindle Edition £2.28 or Free KU, 178 pages

Published October 25th 2017 

Thirty Days of Shame 

Thirty days of shame is book two of the trilogy and will leave you wanting more. Luckily Thirty days of hate is out now and also free on kindle unlimited.

Willow and her family are in hiding. They are trying to escape their life, but it won't last. All the main players are closer than they think.

Sergei wants Willow back. Just for a little while, but she will be punished for running away. He wants to keep her safe from everyone, but himself.

Thirty days of shame is Sergei's story. We get to understand his past, future and what makes him tick. He isn't a good man, but maybe he has a little bit of heart.

This is a disturbing relationship which only belongs in a book. It's very addictive and very wrong. Twisted love. Only read this book if you have every intention of finishing the series. It's a cliffhanger instalment.

If you like your books gritty, crazy and a little fucked up this is for you.
It has themes of human trafficking, violence and some out of control sexual scenes. I'm really enjoying this series (I'm not sure what that says about me but I'm hooked) and after finishing this book I opened book 3 straight away.

4.5 stars out of 5.

Kindle Edition or Free KU £2.27, 218 pages

Published November 18th 2017

Thirty Days of Hate

Kindle Edition £2.21 or Free for Kindle Unlimited, 227 pages

Published December 30th 2017 
* I found this series via Hidden Gems. I read the books via Kindle Unlimited.


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