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Traded by Rebecca Brooke

Traded by Rebecca Brooke

This is a fascinating story. The main guy in the story comes across as the bad guy. Ashton is the son of a loan shark who is collecting from her husband who owes his family a lot of money. Elaina is an emotionally abused woman who is traded by her husband for time to get more money together for debt. Ashton decides to take the deal in order to get her out of the situation and show her she deserved better. The author does a wonderful job showing the inner turmoil of the woman thrust out of an abusive situation into the unknown.

This narration duo does an incredible job. I love how they read with inflection – like they truly care about the story they are reading. They aren’t scared of the sexy scenes but also put true caring and inflection following the story of an abused woman.

Definitely give this book a chance but be aware if you have triggers regarding abuse it is not one to pick up lightly.

Disclosure: This book was provided to A Little Turtle’s World free of charge through Jayne Err for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.

Traded

 

Publisher’s Summary

I’m a pawn, a piece of chattel, a toy – used and forgotten. When you’re done with me, you can walk away with no regrets. That’s how my husband sees me. I try to be the best wife possible for him. After all, he took me on when no one else would. Now – he’s in debt and owes more money to the loan shark than we can possibly repay. But, don’t worry, he’s come up with a solution, it’s just not one I was expecting. I’ve been traded.

Content warning: this book contains adult language, sexual situations and situations of emotional abuse. This book is meant for 18+ only.

©2015 Rebecca Brooke (P)2016 Rebecca Brooke Publishing

Disclosure: This book was provided to A Little Turtle’s World free of charge through Jayne Err for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.

Keywords: Triggers, Abuse, Foul language, Audible, Rebecca Brooke, Rebecca Brooke Publishing, Sarah

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