Tuesday, April 29

End Of The Innocence by Alessandra Torre

He thought I owned him. He thought he loved me, that I was enough. But this animal, this sex god who could drive me crazy and steal my heart in the same breath, he would never fully be mine. It was impossible. No one ever owned a God...

One year. I have one year to find out more about this man I am marrying. More about his family. More about our sex, and all of the dirty, delicious places it will take me.

I thought I’d spend this year making a decision. I never thought the decision would be taken from me, snatched right from my naive little hands.

So I finally had my hands on the last book of this trilogy. The last book of my Brad de Luca adventure.

Okay, so I had massive loads of fun reading the first two and a half parts of this series that my expectations for this third installment is naturally sky high. Unfortunately, this read was a bit bumpy at best for me. There were some good points and then there were also some not-so-very good points. Although AT's prose is still the kind that makes it no hardship to read this in one sitting.

But we can't alway have perfection. I wasn't exactly thrilled about the climax of the story. I mean, I was okay with it and I really wanted it to be this big explosive confrontation. But my balloon kind of got deflated in this department just at this most important part of the story. And it kind of got of downhill from there because the confrontation I was waiting for never did happen and I felt cheated. 

Then there was an extended epilogue available online. And it battered some more of my expectations of Julia becoming a kick-ass lawyer. Why? The whole trilogy got ruined right at the end. I just don't get it. 

Final verdict: 6/10. Good read.

Innocence series reviews:
Blinfolded Innocence
The Diary Of Brad De Luca
Masked Innocence


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