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A Terrible Love

A Terrible Love - Marata Eros This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest reviewJess ran away from a dangerous past, she has made a new life for herself far away from her past. Devin is the bad boy with secrets of his own, the two of them can't stay away from each other. When their secrets and lies are revealed people will people hurt and lives are endangered. This book was pretty good read, but I think that had more to do with the authors writing skills than the story line. The story line had some predictable moments and some of the characters where annoying and assholes. Jess seemed to be to naive for a person who had gone through what she had gone through. Devin was the stereotypical bad boy protecting the sweet innocent girl. There were a few surprises and twists to the story that I didn't see coming. The author has incredible writing skills, she writes the story from different characters pov. She has a way of drawing out the suspense and creating dramatic situations that draw you into the story. Overall A Terrible Love is a really good read.