Who am I?
I’ve forgotten the answer to that question long ago. Ever since I ran from that house, so desperate to escape, I left with only the clothes on my back and socks on my feet. After that day, I’ve only ever walked in stolen shoes.
Could I be a girl who is searching for the meaning of life in faceless men? They were all so forgettable. Until he came along. He took me under a waterfall and made me forget my name, and in return, I took his instead.
An enigmatic man that will only ever love the deep sea. Or rather the predators that inhabit it. Turns out, he’s not so different than the monsters he feeds. He lured me onto his boat like a fish in the ocean, seeking vengeance for my crime. Had I realized his intentions, and that a massive storm would leave us shipwrecked, I would’ve ran.
Now, I’m a girl who’s seeking refuge in a decrepit lighthouse with a man who loathes me almost as much as he craves me. He wants to hurt me, but the old caretaker of the abandoned island may have intentions far more sinister.
It’s no longer a question of who I am, but rather, will I survive?
Review by Twinsie Angie
I received this audio book from the authors PR firm for an honest review.
Man there is so much to say before I get into the review for this book. I read the Adeline duet like everyone and liked it a ton. So when this book initially was released I didn’t grab it because I was afraid it wouldn’t live up to the hype in my head after Adeline. I let it go for a bit and was getting ready to grab the book when her PR firm offered a review audio copy. Audio is my JAM and I said yes!! Troy and Michelle were amazing voices for the story and kept me fully invested. I loved loved loved the audio so much with them telling the story.
Now when I jumped into the story I could SEE a similar vibe between Enzo/Sawyer and Adeline/Zade and I was ALLLL in. However, the story changed directions and so did the characters. Now I see a lot of Enzo hate because he isn’t Zade and I don’t think that is fair. Enzo isn’t a great guy but yes he isn’t Zade. But Enzo is a great anti hero initially. He does some not nice things to Sawyer on the boat when he finds his “Little Thief”. When the 2 are stranded on the island with creepy Sylvester the story changed its vibe again from an Adeline vide to a mystery/paranormal. There were a lot of things going on but through it all, Sylvester was CREEPY!! LOL
I did enjoy the story and the twist of everything that was happening at the light house. I did enjoy the story of the survival and how Sawyer could change her life drastically. I loved Enzo hating and then fully loving Sawyer. I loved him pushing her and pushing her until she too was in love with him. I absolutely loved the story for what it was…which is Sawyer and Enzo’s story.
What I didn’t care for …the sex filler. Ya’ll I love me some sexy times but there were times I felt like oh hey lets just fill this chapter with sex and then move on. I mean I skimmed a few sexy times because it didn’t move the story forward. It was just filler.
So if you loved Adeline go into this with a different head space. It isn’t as dark, there are dark themes, but understand Enzo and Sawyer are 2 different characters. Their story is nothing like Zade and Adeline.
About H. D. Carlton H. D. Carlton is an International and USA Today Bestselling author. She lives in Ohio with her partner, two dogs, and cat. When she’s not bathing in the tears of her readers, she’s watching paranormal shows and wishing she was a mermaid.