Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Book Review: Tainted Lovers by Sarah Michelle Lynch

Tainted Lovers

by Sarah Michelle Lynch



Synopsis:

The most beautiful anti-romance you might read all year . . .

Adrienne and David meet in a library and the rest is history. Leaving their past lives behind, they race off to get married and make a promise of undying love. Waiting in the wings, however, are dark and deadly secrets threatening to tear them apart.

Their passion has never been up for question – but is there a limit to what love can overcome? Moreover, what does the future hold for Adrienne after she has her heart crushed, her spirit broken and her resolve disintegrated?

Are all great love stories destined to end badly . . . ?

Suitable for readers 18+ only. Tainted Lovers is a complete standalone novel.









Review






There are different types of love. Ade and David have unconditional love, they love each other despite everything and work hard to make it through the trials they find themselves in. At certain parts of this book, I was on the edge of crying. The main thing I loved about this book was the fact Ade and David felt so real.


I didn't give this book more stars because I felt like it so so long, and had so many different things going on. I think this book could have been spread out into at least three books, like a mini series.











Author Bio:

Sarah Michelle Lynch is a multi-genre author who started out writing science fiction and has progressed to romance, most notably erotic romance. Her latest book Tainted Lovers is somewhat influenced by her love of the Bront√ęs, without whom she probably wouldn’t have had the notion that one day she could become an author too. Sarah almost became a teacher but journalism is what eventually brought her to where she is right now.

Sarah currently resides in East Yorkshire with her husband and daughter. She works as an editor by day, a dreamer by night.

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