Book: Taboo #3
Publication date: March 16, 2017
Length: 30 pages
Cover Artist: Louis Stevens
Reviewed by Meredith
Trey has his first encounter with Colton, and things between him and Jake become more complicated. But trouble is never far from Jake, whose life has been rendered upside down. The only reason he is carrying on at all, despite everything, is so he can be with his brother.
But when he fails to save Colton, Jake gets into even more trouble with Weldon.
It doesn't look like it’s going to end well. Giving up might seem more tempting than to carry on fighting. Redemption often comes from the very last place you'd expect.
Remember when I said book 2 was almost happy and fluffy and out of Kol’s normal darkness? Remember when I also said that meant something bad was coming? Yeah well I was right.
Book three is darker and it’s twisting and turning into that hopeless despair that Kol does so well. Jake has gotten himself into a lot of trouble and we get to see… I shall say we are reminded how sick Weldon truly is.
Like the other two books this is a very quick read. All of these are fast and took me under a half an hour to read. Quick, depraved, and haunting.
You MUST read these stories in order. They are not standalone and they are following a path. You’d be totally lost if you read 3 first.
So, if that’s your thing than give it a go!
Taboo Book One
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.
Taboo Book Two
Life is never easy. It's made worse when you're thrown to the vipers by your own father.
Happiness was never promised to Jake, but he allowed himself to hope for it for a short time in his life. He'll soon learn happiness is a privilege destined only for a select few, and he may not be one of the lucky ones.
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