by Ketley Allison
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on March 2nd 2015
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“So that’s it? You just never want to see me anymore?”
I want to see you every day. “We can still call each other. I want to help you find answers, I’ll never stop with that. To absolve not only me, but you, too. But that means we have to focus on what’s important, and it’s not this.” I stumbled back when he moved closer still.
“Not this,” I repeated.
Truth cannot conquer lies. It can’t prove Charlie’s innocence. It sure as hell doesn’t prevent the police from closing in. With clues that are leading straight to her, the only thing Charlie knows for sure is that no one is without their own sins—including the man she cares about the most.
Will love turn out to be the ultimate distraction? Or will it be the one weapon to shatter perceptions and spare Charlie’s life?
There is only one novella left. This is sixth installment of Ketley Allison’s seven-part new adult romantic suspense series. Can you get to the killer before Charlie does?
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BOOK REVIEW: 4,5 STARS
Ketley knows how to keep me sticked to a book, I just couldn’t put it down, I even woke up at 2am to finish it, I had to know what was going to happen next. The plot in the Snapped Series is very interesting, well developed, as well as the characters and the suspense. And this book in particular has been the most angsty of the series so far. This was a rollercoaster of emotions for me. I was shock, angry, relieved, furious, but most of all, I am so suspicious about everyone in this book, except Charlie.
At the beginning I was mad at Nate for accusing Charlie, then I was grateful at him for supporting her, but still suspicious about his actions. Later, I was so shocked about what happened with Slade, Oh. My. God. What. The. Hell? I just couldn’t believe it, but to be honest, after what happened in the previous book, Suspect, I saw that coming. Ugh!.
At the end of the book I was confused. Don’t get me wrong, it was a good kind of confusion, but still confused. Despite of my confusion, I think what Charlie did was the best, it helped her to get her back on track, especially for what comes for her at the beginning of the last book of the series.
Surrender is 100% recommended! I can’t wait to read the last book of the series.