Friday 26 June 2020

Lost in the Darkness by KL Jessop #Review

Title: Lost in the Darkness
Series: Lost and Found Series #1
Author: K.L. Jessop
Genre: Contemporary Romance; Enemies to Lovers
Release Date: June 24, 2020 Cover Design: Najla Qamber Designs Photographer: Lindee Robinson
In a world of wreck and ruin, I was broken beyond repair.
City lights and colour were nothing more than places of hopeless dreams and dark shadows where I fought for survival—for a freedom that didn’t seem to exist.
Guilt and regret were all I knew—all I deserved—and I welcomed them with open arms, taking every hit that brought me to my knees.
I embraced the ghosts that weighed heavy.
I fed my demons with whiskey and aggression.
I was lost in the darkness of my own twisted mind with nothing and no one.
Until her.
She changed me.
She changed everything.
And I’ve never hated anyone more. I loathe her for making me fall.

He’s lost in grief and she’s looking to find a new path in life.

Dexter is a brooding artist. He’s mean, stand-off-ish and unsociable. When Pepper, a girl with her own tortured past is hired to be his assistant Dexter has to learn to deal with it. Can she be the key to unlocking his mind or will he drive her away?

Pepper is a strong woman who can handle what life has thrown at her. Dealing with Dexter is a whole other story.

This is a feisty romance read.

I’ll pretty much read anything by this author even if it’s not my usual genre. An enjoyable read.

ARC in exchange for an honest review.

KLJ lives in South West England just on the edge of Dartmoor where the moorland goes on for days. It's beautiful, breath-taking and occasionally rather wet. She probably swears way more than she should, her mum makes the best cupcakes in history, and she goes weak at the knees for a man with a five o'clock shadow.

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