DARK BOUNDARIES by Michelle Horst

Posted: May 18, 2015 by BA Dillon in GUEST REVIEWERS - FICTION

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I was so surprised that Michelle Horst had written a dark romance…I’m new to her work and I just had to read it and see what it was all about. I have to admit I was a little nervous at first considering the subject material, but Michelle addressed it like a pro. She pulled a whole wide range of emotions out of me. I wanted to cry, scream, give a hug, etc. If an author can do that, then you know they are good…no they are great…and that’s what Michelle is.

I loved everything about the book. From the cover and title to the content and characters…it was fantastic. In Dark Boundaries, we meet a group of friends, Riza, Kelly, and Kristine. They have just graduated from college and are on a celebratory road trip. While in Vegas, they go to an adult club and meet up with a group of men. Ladies, if you are in Vegas and are in this type of club, be careful of who you spend time with. Ok, lecture is over 🙂 Anyway, while watching the show, the ladies are introduced to Garrett, Justin, and Warren. Little do they know, but their lives are about to change. All three girls plus another one are kidnapped by these men and are supposed to be turned into sex slaves and sold at auction. I was freaking out at this point because all i could think of is how in the hell is there going to be a good guy in this scenario. But, there is a plot twist that I am not going to tell you about…all I can say is that things are not exactly what they seem. That’s not to say that I didn’t still want to hurt these guys, but I realized I had to have patience and just keep reading. I’m so glad I did. Of course, along the way, all those emotions I talked about before got ripped out of me. So thanks a lot, Michelle! LOL, just kidding…it was awesome! I don’t want to give away any more of the story, but I have to say that I have never wanted to hug and hurt a man like I did Garrett! You will have to read the book to figure out why I say that, just be prepared for a big shock and plot twist.

This was really delicate subject matter and I think Michelle Horst handled it fabulously. This book is not for the faint of heart and its not all hearts and flowers, but what it does have is tons of emotion, both negative and positive. I always say if an author can get me to care about a character whether it be in a positive or negative way, then they know how to write. And that’s exactly what Michelle did! I can’t wait to read more of her books. I am definitely a fan 🙂

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