Review: Abuse


Abuse by Nikki Sex: Bonjour, my name is André Chevalier. It has been my joy and my great honor to help those who have lost their way. Not long after I began my journey, I met two such wounded souls.

Renata Koreman, my little mouse. She came to me as a child—shy, mute, injured… broken. It took oh-so many years to start to bring her back to herself! Yet, I could not fully heal her.

Years later, Grant Wilkinson, he too fell into my hands. The ex-Army Ranger was badly disfigured and saw himself as a monster. Isolated by secrets, solitary and self-contained, his colleagues affectionately named him ‘Frosty.’ Yet, how should one behave when besieged by a lifetime of confusion and guilt?

The moment I saw him, I thought of her and I wondered. The eyes, they cannot always see clearly. And the heart? Ah, the heart can only guess at the truth. So it was that I remained uncertain.

Could the mouse and the monster could heal each other?

Jennifer's thoughts: ***I received a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review***

Abuse is a beautiful story of two broken souls who are brought together in hopes of healing one another. Even though, I truly liked this story I have to warn is sad. But all of the sadness has to be told in order to get the full affect of the story.

I liked the way the author told the story in three parts. In the first part of the book she introduces Grant Wilkinson, who is both emotionally and physically scarred. In the second part of the book Renata Koreman is introduced. Renata is beautiful on the outside, but inside she is harboring secrets from the past that cause her to live a life of haunting memories.

The third part of the book brings Grant and Renata together. Their story together is short, but the happiness that they find is amazing. The ending left me wanting more. The good news is...there will be a sequel!

Abuse is my first read by Nikki Sex---I enjoyed the story and am looking forward to the second installment.


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