Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Review and Giveaway: Let Me Go by DC Renee

Rape. One word changed his life. Mason Tredwell had it all. He was a good looking, well-respected doctor. He had money, power, and friends. He never worried about finding a woman to warm his bed. But that all changed when he was wrongfully accused of rape. And now, after five years in prison and the loss of everything he cared about, he wanted revenge.

Abandoned as a baby and bounced around different foster homes, Kat Gingham never really had a charmed life. But now, things were really falling apart. She had no money, no job, and even her lying, cheating boyfriend was gone too. She allowed herself one night to cry about her situation before she picked herself back up. But when she woke up, she was no longer at home, and she was no longer alone. She was facing Mason, a guy who claimed she ruined his life. And he’s hell-bent on breaking her down, humiliating her, making her feel like he has all these years.

She claimed she had no clue what he was talking about, but he didn't believe her. The facts don’t lie.

Was Kat lying? Could she convince Mason to let her go? Or was fate playing a role in why they were thrown into this together?

4 Fantastic Stars
Review by Jen Hagen
Mason was once a prominent doctor living a prestigious life.  He had a flourishing career and was admired by his peers.  Everything changed for him when he was found guilty of rape in a court of law.  He spent 5 years in jail.  While in jail, Mason concocted a plan to seek revenge on his accuser.  He has spent the last year putting together everything he needs to make his plan a success.  This has included high-tech entry door keypads, soundproofing walls, putting locks on windows and following his accuser knowing her every move and every obstacle in her life, and that includes knowing that she is about to become homeless. 

Nobody will miss Kat.  She has no family and has been in foster homes her entire life.  She has made a good life for herself getting a degree in social work, but recently has lost her job by moving to a new city.  One night Kat dreams about the man with the green eyes and everything changes for her. 

She barely felt the small prick on her arm before all went black and the man of her dreams faded.  

When Kat awakens she is in new surroundings with Mason.  Mason has sought out revenge on Kat to make her feel as humiliated as he felt in jail.  Mason had some terrible things done to him in jail (nobody likes a rapist) and he is determined that Kat will feel some type of remorse for her false accusation and the subsequent demise of his life.  Mason is keeping her a prisoner in his home and she is to abide by his rules.

“Welcome to your prison, Kat.  Be thankful that it’s better than mine was.”

Mason’s attempts at being a prison warden don’t stand a chance against feisty Kat.  Kat challenges him on a daily basis and Mason finds he is intrigued by her personality and doesn’t think she is the same person now that she was back then.   He doesn’t see the strung out drug addict seeking her next hit.  He sees a beautiful woman who is captivating him…oh how the tables have turned.  

Is Kat manipulating him at his own game?  Kat sees escape in her future if she can get Mason to have feelings for her.  Will her plan work?  What if there’s love involved…would she still be able to walk away if given the chance? 

And just like that, the tears came and he could no longer stand.  He fell into a pile on the floor, sobbing loudly.  Like he just lost the greatest thing that ever happened to him.  Because really, he did. 

I’m a sucker for a man crying.  Mason tries to be cruel and hostile, but he is just a broken man.   Underneath it all Mason is a good man, and you will see that he isn’t such a bad guy.   The author kept the story moving and held my attention the entire time.  I look forward to reading more of her works. 



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