Saturday, 28 February 2015

I See You by Frantiska Oliver

With shape-shifting abilities, Haven sets out on a path of revenge against child predators, while she searches for the monster who ripped away her innocence, murdered her trust and abused her body. Hoping one day she will come eye to eye with the man who stole from her the only thing that cannot be given back or replaced. But, when she discovers Cassidy and her mysterious Uncle Bryce, Haven’s world of secrecy is exposed. Her solitude life is challenged and the protective walls she built around her scarred heart begin to crumble. Tossing her into uncharted territory and reminding her of forgotten dreams. Struggling with the haunting memories of her past, the inability to trust and the hideous reality of abuse, Haven is thrown into a battle she never expected to fight and feelings she didn’t want to face. But, one question remains. Can a damaged shifter learn to trust and love again? Or, will it destroy what little is left of her shattered heart and allow the shadows of her past the control they relentlessly seek?

My Review

3.5 stars

I struggled with the start of this book, it was a dark subject that I found difficult to read and nearly stopped. Im so glad I didnt though as the story developed and got less of 'disturbed details'.

I think the book took a turn when Bryce turned up, he added some light and I really enjoyed his characther. Haven is a very strong woman and a shifter shes on a mission to rid the world of paedo's.

Marla has a habit of picking up bad boys, much to her daughters disadvantage, Cassidy the girl/victim was so sweet but was very upsetting seeing her suffer. Johnny, well he is pure evil - enough said!

There is a romance element to the book mixed in with the crime story.

The last part felt slightly rushed, unless it was me reading it too quickly, but I did enjoy this book.

**I received an arc for an honest review**

I See You Teaser

About the Author:

Frantiska Oliver currently resides in Texas with her husband, Billy, and their two children. Along with being a full time mom, she is also a part-time veterinary technician and will do almost anything to help an animal in need. Her love for fantasy and science fiction books inspired her to write her first debut novel, Never Forget the Past. Still to this day, when the sun sets and the stars appear, you will find her on the back porch with a notebook and pen writing about the adventures manifesting within her head.

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