#WOTR21 #Review – Enduring Act (Survivor’s Duet #2) by Heather D’Agostino

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Ever have a dream that’s so vivid you believe that it’s real? All the things you’ve wanted are in your grasp. You’re happy and free. You believe that you’ve finally made it, and then you wake up.
The nightmare you know as your life is back. No one understands what you’re going through, and no one believes the things you tell them. He has them all fooled. He’s convinced them he’s perfect. He tells them he loves you, and they believe the lies.
How much must you endure before they see? How far can you bend before you break? How long must the nightmare last before you escape?


Review by Twinsie Melinda

I received a copy of this book for an honest review.

This is part 2 of the Survivor Duet. It is not a stand alone and you need to read Vanishing Act First.

At the end of Vanishing Act I was left in a state of confusion and I needed more immediately. Enduring Act picks up where Vanishing Act ended.

Brooke wakes up in the hospital confused and disorientated. Did she get away form Warren and now she is back or was all that a dream. Brooke is trying to figure out what is real and what was a dream. Watching her journey of fighting her demons and trying to move on. I loved how patient and understanding Blake was with Brooke. I also liked Cal and Donna relationship with Brooke.

This book pulled me in and kept me turning the pages. I enjoyed seeing Cal give his brother a hard time. I liked Blake but there is something about Cal that I just need more of that man.

Heather D’Agostino is an avid reader turned Bestselling Author of the Contemporary Romance Series The Broken Series, The Shattered Series, The Second Chances Series, The Cook Brothers Series, and Romantic Suspense series The Witness Series. She attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she received a Bachelor’s of Arts in Elementary Education with a minor in Mathematics. She currently lives in Central New York with her husband, two children, two dogs, and three cats. When she’s not writing she can usually be found at the dance studio, soccer field, or one of the many other places that she plays ‘Supermom’.

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