Twisted (Torn) (Volume 2)
Robinson continues the drama in Torn (see review above), drawing readers back into the heated romance between Drake and Chloe. Just as the two finally begin to settle into their relationship, Chloe’s reality is shattered when her abusive, manipulative mother tracks her down. With Drake leaving to go on tour with his band, Chloe must depend on family and old friends for support as she confronts the demons of her past. Drake feels helpless, torn away from Chloe when she needs him the most. He thinks he has his insecurities in check until he is assaulted by memories and bad decisions from his past. These haunted times force Chloe and Drake to evaluate their lives and what is most important while they cling to their love and hope to emerge unscathed. This sequel is a darker new-adult romance, addressing such serious issues as domestic violence and drug abuse. Robinson has written a whirlwind of a book, full of love and loss, grief and happiness. --Patricia Smith “I devoured Torn in 24 hours and Twisted even faster, the characters leave you breathless and desperate to get to the next page." (Emily Snow, New York Times bestselling author of the Devoured series)
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