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Rezension zu "Adams Verhängnis (Touch of Tantra) (German Edition)" von Liv Morris
It just took one moment to lose everything. It took one person to make her lose herself. And it took one man to make her see the light, to show her life, to show her love. It was one man who set her free.
This book is about a girl (Harlow) who not only saw death but died too- on the inside at least. After the death of her mother and with no other family member left, Harlow found herself with James, a Doctor who stood by her side from day one and tried to help her through the worst time of her life. Now as his fiancé and a couple of weeks left till the wedding, she finds herself in a position that leaves her lonely, unhappy and feeling captured. Because nothing is as it seems. When her fiancés nephew Sinclair, also called Sin, comes to town, he starts to question everything- Harlow, his Uncles behaviour and himself and his feelings. But love is a dangerous thing. It can make a man do crazy things. And in the end there will always be at least one who will be hurt, one who will suffer.
Some secrets are just waiting to be revealed. You want to know about them? Then read this book ;)
Well.. To be honest. I expected sth different. Because of the title and the cover I thought this book would be dark, but it wasn´t- not really. The title doesn´t really fit in my opinion. SPOILER START There´s no marriage (just the plan to marry) , there´s no killing (except for when her mother was killed) and screwing- there wasn´t much of it. SPOILER END
I loved the writing style. It was so easy to connect with the characters. I really liked them (Especially Sin. Emma was great too), although in between they sounded sometimes like children when they had their conversations. But luckily that didn´t happen often.
I really liked the grandmas. Mostly Nina. She´s fun.
I like when books make me think and make me question things. SPOILER START To be honest- When the book said that James must know Harlows mother somehow, I was wondering if he was her dad. She didn´t know who her dad was and just knew that her mom moved away because of her dad. So I thought that maybe James, with his obsessive, controlling and stalking tick would have found her mother and turned his love to his daughter after her mother died. Like he was imagining his daughter to be her mother. I know sick, but that would have made the book darker and shocking. A bit later I kinda knew he was the one paying for her moms courses. That wasn´t a surprise then when it was revealed to be true. SPOILER END
The scene almost at the end, when Harlow was sleeping in the grass and everything what happened after that moment... I felt like it was just squeezed in. In my opinion this scene wasn´t necessary. SPOILER START James was sick but he never hurt Harlow physically. I don´t think him dying this way was a good way to close his "case". It also would have been so much better if the book would have ended with him taking her or still stalking her from far away or whatever. I don´t know. Bu that would have left me in a -whoa, no way- moment. SPOILER END
The story itself was good. Cute in some way. I liked the Epilogue.
I still have one question left unanswered... SPOILER START The book said when the stalking started. But just when the detective started following Harlow. But when exactly did James start his obsession with her? When and where did he see her the first time? At the club? SPOILER END
This was my first book by Liv Morris and not my last. I can´t wait to read the other books I already own of hers and hope I can connect to the characters as fast as I did with the ones here :)
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