Saturday, March 28, 2015

Fractured Innocence by Julia Crane [SBM Review]

Fractured Innocence
(IFICS #2)

*Warning 17+ due to sexual gritty topic and language. 
Kaitlyn and Erik are sent on a mission to track down Vance Dasvoik, a ruthless monster. His latest thrill—abducting and selling young women.

Vance's current victim: Aaliyah, a seventeen-year-old who never imagined walking her brother home from school one evening would change her life forever.

The mission quickly turns personal for Kaitlyn when she finds Aaliyah beaten, her mind and soul fractured from abuse of the worst kind. Kaitlyn knows firsthand what it's like to be haunted by the past and resolves to bring justice to the elusive Dasvoik.

This was such a heart pumping adventure. Kaitlyn is on her first mission and it's a heart breaking one. I love how Crane wrote this. It's written in not only in the main characters point of view, but we get the victim's as well. I got to follow her and the injustice that she faces. I appreciated how Crane wrote the horrific situations the victim was in. I was able to understand the urgency of her being saved without the more graphic scenes that some would delve into.  My own imagination was horrific enough. I can't wait to continue the adventure with Kaitlyn. She is so much more human than most people are.

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