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Losing Lola (Mercy's Angels Book 5) Kindle Edition
Those were the words Lola feared most, from the man she feared most. She ran until she reached the small-town comfort of Claymont. She hid within its quaint embrace, and as soon as she let her defences down, he came for her.
“He broke me,"
These three words would haunt Drew King until the day he died. An imposing man of brute strength and frightening scars, Drew preferred to keep to the shadows, watching from afar. Lola had drawn his attention the first time he laid eyes on her. Her aloof nature intrigued him, her beauty struck him right in his dark heart. The night she fell into his arms broken, bleeding, and dying, a fire was lit in his soul. The best revenge is that which is served cold and bloody.
This book contains references to sexual assault, violence, PTDS, and other themes that some readers may find triggering.
ONE-CLICK NOW, TO READ THE 5TH BOOK IN THE HIGHLY ACCLAIMED MERCY’S ANGELS SERIES
MERCY'S ANGELS READ ORDER:
Saving Ella, Book One
Fighting Back, Book Two
Tortured Soul, Book Three
Mother's Love, Book Four
Losing Lola, Book Five
About the Author
- ASIN : B072HD1F67
- Publisher : KD Publishing (20 May 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 2463 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 232 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 144,866 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Losing Lola is set in the town of Claymont predominately, as with the other books in the Mercy’s Angels series, and tells the story of Lola and Drew, a woman in hiding from a demon and a man with his own demons to bear. Losing Lola deals with the confronting issue of rape and may cause triggers for some, but in true Kirsty Dallas fashion she deals with the heavy subject matter with care and consideration and she doesn’t skim over the hard parts, she tackles them head on and it’s rewarding to watch Lola slowly begin to heal and discover the strength she’s had hiding within all along.
It’s impossible not to fall in love with Drew, while not physically “perfect” with his visible scar, this only makes him all the more mysteriously sexy, endearing and real. His need to keep Lola safe and help her rebuild her confidence and life is so sweet to watch.
Losing Lola captivated me right from the start and is an action packed, engaging read. Kirsty Dallas has a way with words that easily transports the reader to another time and place. Losing Lola is an emotional read and in true Kirsty Dallas fashion she tears a hole in your heart and turns you into a sobbing mess before slowly patching it back up again. It’s a true testament to her writing that she can take you on such a ride that truly makes you feel.
Readers will easily be swept away by the characters and settings in this action packed, emotional novel and will be eagerly awaiting the next instalment (as I am, bring on Gabbie!!).
Thank you for the escape and great job Kirsty x
Top reviews from other countries
This book takes us through Lola and Drew's story of protecting Lola from the difficult and dangerous past that finally finds her. Whilst spending time on the run, the two develop their relationship which is beautiful to read.
The only reason I couldn't give it 5 stars was that I felt Drew's character could have been a bit more developed- I think that I thought he would be more similar to Braiden which would have fit his character more with them having similar backgrounds. Although I've probably just be spoilt by Braiden's character who is one of the best male characters I've ever read.
There's no mention of another book but I'm soooo hoping we get Bomber and Gabby's story next- and I truly hope it's not too long a wait :) A highly recommended series.
In each book we see the characters find strength in their scars. We see true examples of family, friendship, and love. In Lola's story, we join her on her discovery to finding the strength she never knew she had. Along the way, Drew remains a constant pillar of love and support. He is patient, kind, and gentle. He gifts Lola a side of himself that he hasn't shared with anyone else.
I recommend the series as a whole, and I'm waiting eagerly for Gabbie and Bomber's story.
She has brought this tough subject to life in a way the reader is drawn in, with characters who demand your attention from the start.
Lola shows us that in the darkness there is light, you only have to believe in it.
Drew is a man of few words, but his presence speaks volumes.
These two must fight Lola’s demon head on for her to be free to live a normal life.
“The woman I thought was lost was still there, stronger than ever, titanium”