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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

REVIEW: Tears of Tess by Pepper Winters

Tess Snow has everything she ever wanted: one more semester before a career in property development, a loving boyfriend, and a future dazzling bright with possibility.

For their two year anniversary, Brax surprises Tess with a romantic trip to Mexico. Sandy beaches, delicious cocktails, and soul-connecting sex set the mood for a wonderful holiday. With a full heart, and looking forward to a passion filled week, Tess is on top of the world.

But lusty paradise is shattered.

Kidnapped. Drugged. Stolen. Tess is forced into a world full of darkness and terror.

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Tears of Tess was emotionally tragic, trying to comprehend her feelings throughout this book and trying to figure out Q was a big emotional mess. In a GOOD way! You have Tess who has lived a sheltered life even though it was tough on her when all she's ever felt from her parents is loathing for the child they never wanted, and a boyfriend she loves more then anything but never fully satisfies her wants and needs but will keep them a secret so her lover Brax wont leave her. But then he life takes the turn for the worst and she's taken from everything. But Tess is a fighter and she will do anything possible to keep fighting and getting back home to her boyfriend. 

" I didn't belong to Brax anymore.
I didn't even belong to myself.
I belong to a bleak, unknown, and terror-filled future."
- Tears of Tess, by Pepper Winters 

Then we have Q the man who buy's Tess. The last thing he expect's is a women who isn't broken and will fight back. And a women who fights him back brings the beast out of him that he so desperately wants to be caged. Q is a man of many shades, the darkness of his past and the present in which he is trying to control what his father built and the monster he believes his father made into. 

We have these two are desperately fighting for control in their own ways. Tess is fighting for control for her own life to make choices and not have a man who buys slaves to control her, but also trying to fight the intense desire she is starting to have for her master. 

" A kiss meant intimacy and romance,
but that kiss - it claimed me more than any kiss from Brax.
It made me hate Q all the more."
-Tears of Tess, by Pepper Winters 

Q is a man of mystery, keeping his past life hidden and keeping his business going, he doesn't let anyone in and trusts no one but himself. But after a bargain was made and received a slave he never thought this particular slave would have so much fight left in her. She starts to bring things out of him that he's been trying to keep hidden, the monster in him that so desperately needs release. 

"The lifetime of urges couldn't be refused.
They overtook, held me hostage, and I fell into the role of the master so effortlessly,
as if it was the true me. The real me. The monster."
-Tears of Tess, by Pepper Winters

This book had me begging for more and never wanting it to end. 
I can't wait to read the next book Quintessentially Q (Monsters in the Dark #2) of Tess and Q.

I recommend this series to anyone who likes a dark tragic story, I'd say romance but their really isn't anything romantic about this couple who fights the darkness inside them. 

**WARNING** This story isn't for the faint of heart, this story has Explicit sexual content: Rape, Rough BDSM, and violence. So if any of the things I've listed has you second guessing this story please don't get the book. But if you are aware and okay of what this book contains I suggest you pick it up and start reading!

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