Black Mark's Resistance by Ebony Olson ~ Book Review

Book Description: 

You've never been wanted. You've never been loved. You release your emotions by bleeding and having sex. But now, the hottest person alive develops a sudden interest in you. What do you do?

Mora has never had an easy life. Physically and mentally abused by her mother, she's never known what being wanted or loved felt like. Her only relief? Sex, bleeding and playing the cello. And now, her new boss, Darius, has shown an interest in her character. Will Darius become another danger in Mora's life, or is he the absolution she's been internally wishing for?

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About the Author: 

Ebony lives in Sydney, Australia, with her husband, daughter, and six cats. She loves to read fantasy, thrillers, and paranormal romance, spending most of her free time with her nose in a book or writing.

Having always possessed an over-active imagination she spent her younger years regaling friends with fantastic stories, holding her audience captive with the passion and suspense of her characters plights.

Now in adulthood she has numerous published works and shows no signs of stopping her imagination from spreading across as many pages as it can find. 

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A very quick read that leaves you with a cliff hanger! I did find some of the time lapse threw me off, the author would jump a month ahead. The first time I had to go back and read it again to make sure. The author also did more "telling" then "showing" in this novel but I still enjoyed the story line. I like the main character, Mora, as she is strong, independent women, who says what she is thinking. She does hide a lot of her emotions from her childhood but opens up and we start to learn that her family is very broken. Darius also has had a rough past but we don't get to learn a lot about him in the first book. 
If you like a little eroticism, strong characters (male & female), music and fun you will enjoy this book. 


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