Friday, March 18, 2016

WRI Review: Hidden by Lexie Ray

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Hidden by Lexie Ray
Pages: 128
Publisher: Self Published
Source: Amazon
Format: mobi
Rating: ☆ ☆ 

From Goodreads
They say you can’t outrun your past, but I’ve done just that.

At twenty-five and living on the mean streets of Brooklyn, I’ve gotten wise on how to score anything from pills to cash to men.
It’s called surviving, and I've learned how to make the rules up as I go.

But, deep down, I know it’s only been a means to forget my disturbing past.
I would do anything to forget…

But when I return home one night and discover that song playing on the stereo, the song they used to play to torment me,
I know they've finally found me, they've come for me, they’re already here.
If they capture me this time, there will be no chance of escape. I am not about to let that happen.

My new neighbor from down the hall, Ash has been watching me and I know he likes what he sees. He’s caught my attention as well.
But there’s something about his smoldering good looks and brooding gaze I don’t trust. Then again, I don’t trust anyone.
Will he complicate my plan to protect myself?


This is a three part story and, due to the nature of its content, is not suitable for very young readers.


My Review
It's weird because it is a page turner. You want to know how it is all going to end up. However, it is all over the place. Hunter says she feels one way the the next instant she says she feels another way. She says she knows something is going to happen but then shocked when it does happen. Then she falls for Ash why too fast and easily for someone with the childhood she says she escaped. And then it ends in a cliffhanger.

About the Author
When Lexie Ray isn't delving into characters' souls, she enjoys reading, cooking, making art, and other creative pursuits. A freelancer by trade, she currently lives in the constant summer of South Texas.

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