Why you must read Nashoda Rose’s Torn From You
It’s written in Emily’s POV, however you get a taste of what happening in Logan’s head a couple times in the book. It’s about undying love, betrayal, agony, and a girl’s survival when she is pushed past her limits. The blurb says it the best because saying too much really does take away from the story.
Fair enough. What genre is it?
That’s very true. It’s gritty, it’s violent, and the sex isn’t always lovey-dovey: do we need to be a certain type of reader to take the plunge? It’s been a huge bestseller, but do you know what demographic it has appealed to?
Yes, Torn from You is all those things and more– A romance with very dark twists and turns. It is not recommended for anyone who has difficulty reading about abuse. Yes, very disturbing situations and sensitive readers should stay clear.
They’ve been warned!
This quote says it all:
Logan is Sculpt’s real name, right? Tell us about him.
We hear that we might want to read the novella, With You first.
Yes, it is highly recommended to read “With You” first. It’s short, but reveals how Emily and Logan met and fell in love. It makes the novel that much more powerful because you are in deep with the characters and then you pick up Torn from You and WHAM!
Will there be more Torn Asunder novels? When can we expect the next instalment?
I’m currently working on Kat and Ream’s story, titled Overwhelmed by You. I don’t have a date yet, however I expect it to be out by early summer. The Unyielding series is after that and is a spin-off series.
We’re very curious about the mind from which this story sprung. Tell us all about Nashoda Rose.
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