Published by CL Sayers on November 1st 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Can two wrongs make a Mr. Right?
Olivia Murphy thought she’d managed to get a handle on her life.
Robbed of her strength and confidence at school by a group of bullies, she fought back. She made a new life for herself. A new name. After losing her soon to be fiancé in a car accident she sought out the armour she developed in school and refused to have anything more in her stolen.
Until she comes face to face with one of her tormentors. The one she trusted most of all. Who not only broke her psyche, but her heart too. Fintan Kelly.
Olivia decides that for once she’s going to steal something back, revenge. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth and his heart for her heart.
Will her quest to avenge the wrongs from her past give her the closure she hopes? Or will she find that no matter how much of yourself, or your past, you try to change some wounds are so deep you don’t even realise you’re keeping them open.
Lies and misunderstandings from a mutually troubled past will either bring this couple together or rob them both of everything important.
Robbed is the debut book from author CL Sayers but it doesn’t feel like that. The writing is captivating from the beginning and pulls you straight in…
Livvy is a university professor and has changed a lot since the hell she suffered in high school. Her only friend was Finn, the boy who had her heart and the boy who turned his back on her overnight. Finn is back in Dublin as a journalist and photographer, who attends a party where he meets Livvy.
This storyline is the well known concept of a second chance romance, but it is still fresh in its writing. Especially the flash back scenes are so fantastic that you actually feel the pain she goes through. This is a very great start to a writing career, but I have to say, I wasn’t a fan of the abrupt ending. I felt like the storyline was a little incomplete at that point. I would have liked to see a more well rounded ending, but when it is taken into consideration that it is a debut book, I will rate this book a solid 3.5 stars since there is still room for some improvement…