Charlie’s first love is perfect. He’s kindhearted, the sex is great, and he only wants her despite the spotlight that brings him fame. Her life is wonderful, filled with purpose and cushioned by the man of her dreams.
Something is wrong here.
Her instincts are kicking in, telling her that Slade isn’t the man she thinks he is, but her heart is at war. She loves him, despite the attraction that sparks between her and Nate, the lonely, magnetic man who has popped into her life solely to piss her off. Slade loves her, despite the bright cameras and hot women and the ongoing pressure to succeed.
Doesn’t he love her?
Slade’s getting closer to Charlie’s new friend, a girl who blushes in his presence and changes face as soon as he leaves. Reagan seems sweet and everyone tells Charlie she’s adorable, cute…innocent as an angel. But Charlie’s starting to see her differently. Problem is, no one believes her.
Simple jealousy, or a warning of what’s to come?
Someone’s plotting a murder, and its execution hinges on Charlie’s choice. If she turns the wrong way, ignores the right signals, and chooses the wrong man, well…
The ultimate sin will result.
BOOK REVIEW: 4 STARS
The third part of The Snapped Series was really amazing. I totally enjoyed reading it, getting to know what was next to Charlie and her relationship with Slade and what was going to happen with Reagan, Nate and Lara was really great and now that I’ve finished this installment of the serials, I need the next one now!
I like Charlie, she’s smart, sweet, loving, caring, a good friend. I totally understand her suspicious about Reagan, and sadly nobody believes her. Thank God she finally uncover all Reagan’s evil intentions but sadly, that revelation brought a broken friendship with Lara. I didn’t like Lara’s reaction after finding out about Reagan’s actions toward Charlie. *shakes head*
The situation with Nate was almost out of control. I liked that despite Charlie has an attraction for Nate, she stayed in her place as Slade’s girlfriend and she is still loyal to him.
The ending was shocking. Really intense.
Bring me the next please. ASAP.
Book #1: SNAPPED
This series contains feelings after sex, good girls staying good (unless they don’t want to), good boys turning bad, great friends flipping sides, close lovers falling backwards, sassy mouths, stubborn jackasses, and a fight for the one, all in the name of f*cked up love.
But whose love is twisted?
In nine weeks Charlie Miller’s life goes from high-rolling perfection to a crypt of sin. All it takes is one night, one blade, and her boyfriend, best friend and new friends all either end up as suspects or dead.
Nate Westcott, a pierced, tattooed, charismatic lawyer, is a man she can’t have—but a seductive danger she can’t ignore. He’s cocky, infuriating, brilliant and wrong, yet he makes her question whether she really is the good girl she wants to be or more like the selfish killer everyone thinks she is.
And her body wants him in ways she’s not supposed to crave.
As the weeks close in, cracks start forming in her everyday world of pro football golden boys, law school domination and New York City nightlife. Everyone she cares about is at risk because one of them doesn’t love Charlie back. In fact, they want her out of the way. Disposed of. Set up.
One more step, and all Charlie has to do is fall through.
Week 1 starts now.
WHO WILL SNAP?
Snapped is Ketley’s New Adult Novella series with all the romance you’d expect, but the killer—and lovers—that you don’t.
Book #2: SHADE
Famous boyfriend, penthouse on Park Avenue, full scholarship and best friend along for the ride?
A smartass drummer boy, dark obsession and a hint of betrayal?
Charlie Miller’s life in New York City is just getting started.
Ketley Allison began her career by writing books as birthday presents for her friends (with her friend as the main character and opposite a super sexy lead, of course) before ending it in order to walk down a path she thought she was supposed to follow.
The writing bug never left her—and, in fact, would often bleed into the official papers she was supposed to write—so now Ketley’s putting down her suit and finally following her dream. While her friends are no longer the stars of her books, she still throws in bits and pieces of them into each and every one of her characters.
As a result, her books tend to focus a lot on friendships as well as love, because let’s be honest, friends are what really get you through—especially when your epic love turns into epic heartbreak.