Book: Taboo #1
Publication date: February 7, 2017
Length: 31 pages
Reviewed by Meredith
Jake Ross never had it easy. He's learned to accept he won't have the life his friends have. With an abusive alcoholic for a father and a younger brother far too good for this world, all Jake focuses on is keeping his kid brother safe.
But when their father goes one step too far and introduces Weldon to their lives, it sets off a series of events that will change all their lives.
Graphic depictions of rape, incest, violence.
Dub con, non con, abuse, childhood trauma, self-harm.
Dark themes throughout.
Author Note: HEED. THE. WARNING.
This is a messed up book.
You get what you deserve when you read a Kol Anderson book. It’s rarely a happy ending… seriously. If it ends in a happy ending I feel like there’s an extra page lurking that’s about to make everyone blow up.
In Taboo this is volume one of what is sure to be a very dark, gritty, hellish, torturous story. Literally torturous. Jake has a really horrible life. SO SO HORRIBLE! I’m not sure I can express in words how bad things are for him. This is such a short read there’s so little I can tell you that won’t give anything away.
When it starts out we know Jake has some stuff going on, when it’s made clear how bad it is you wish you could un-know.
This is not an easy read it’s a dark non-con, dub-con, taboo, big on the torture story so heed those warnings. It’s the beginning of this series that I am guessing will be a bunch of shorts. In each we will get more answers and read more horrible depraved things. But that is what this author is known for and it’s what he writes best.
So put on your big boy/girl pants and get mindf*cked!
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