Mia longs for the daily torture to end, but one last task keeps her holding on. In a betrayal of the crime lord who pulled her from the gutter, she’ll free the shipment of human cargo, and if she’s lucky, die in the process. The alternative is unfathomable, even to a woman well-versed in erotic torture. But luck abandons her yet again when she meets the security expert in charge of the shipment and finds herself face to face with her childhood crush. The man she once begged for help. The man who failed her.
Tyler Martinez is an undercover FBI agent with one chance to right the wrongs of his past. Thrust deep into the seedy world of human trafficking, he must put aside his guilt over abandoning Mia all those years ago in order to save her now.
Someone’s pulling the strings in this sadistic play on trust, but Tyler and Mia may not live long enough to see the curtain fall. Trust in Me is a story of erotic pain and incipient romance, spiraling ever faster toward betrayal or redemption.
This book contains explicit scenes of dubious consent, graphic violence and sex. It also depicts abuse and captivity situations. Not appropriate for anyone uncomfortable with these situations or anyone under the age of eighteen. This is a work of fiction.
To start this review I want say the the cover of this book is one of the most beautiful covers of 2012 so far, for me and the blurb peeked my interest so strongly that I put everything else aside to read it.
I know most people refrain from reading non-consent books or books with disturbing scenes. While it can be unsettling or worrisome, Skye Warren has done a fantastic job of showing us how something so tragic can turn into something so beautifully wonderful.
This 128 page story had me in its grips the entire time! So much drama and torture. My heart was turned in on itself and I cried for Mia. This is a story of a tortured girl, starting from when she was a young girl and carrying on into her adulthood. Once, when she was young, she thought she had a savior in a young neighbor boy, Tyler, but sadly they were both too young and circumstances inhibited him from helping her.
Now, ten years later, she is a whore and in the service of an evil man, Carlos. She never thought she’d see him again, but in walks Tyler and her whole world is thrown into a whirlwind of emotions; frightened for her life, as well as his and many others’, she agrees to help the FBI take down Carlos and his slave trafficking ring.
Like I have said earlier in this review – this book is not for those faint of heart, I went in knowing this and I am so happy I read it. Skye Warren has an amazing voice and her characters call to you. This great story kept me guessing is he good, or is he not. FANTASTIC JOB!! I will be looking for more from Skye.
This is book #2 in the non-consent series and the first book I read. I normally do not read out of order but I am happy to say that I was never confused and she did a tremendous job telling the story. So do not worry…this can be read as a stand alone book with no problem and you will not feel like you are missing out on anything!
I say read this! Push your reading limits, you never know if you'll love it, like it, or hate it, unless you try. Oh and for those who want to know does it have a HEA…yes it does ;)
Did you enter yesterday's contest to win a copy of Keep Me Safe, book one in the Non-consent series?
If you didn't, do it now and enter this contest as well to win a copy of Trust In Me, book two in the Non-consent series!
Yep you read it right Ms. Skye Warren has offered up one copy of each book in this series. Both winners will be announce on April 1st.
So my question(s) today is...
Do you re member the first Erotic book you read? What was it and what kind of an impact did it make on you?
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