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Take Me With You by Nina G. Jones REVIEW

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Take Me With You by Nina G. Jones REVIEW

I watch.
I study.
I prowl.
I hunt.

I always go in with a plan. A set of rules for myself. I don’t take unnecessary risks. That’s how I’ve been able to evade capture all these years.

But there’s something about this girl that is different than the others. When I finally meet her, the rules become a blur. And I break the most important one of all—I take her with me.

——-

It’s just my imagination—that feeling of being watched. That those icy eyes— a vivid turquoise with a distinct golden fleck—aren’t watching me.

It’s just stress. I am the person everyone relies on. Maybe that’s why I haven’t been feeling so content with my life lately. Why I dream those eyes belong to someone who can tear me away from all of my responsibilities.

But these are just shameful fantasies, never meant to breach reality.

Then one night, the dream comes true, only it’s a horrific nightmare.

Now, I only have one task: survival.

Review

I have to say, this book messed with my mind, because although I love a dark romance, I need to feel a connection with the hero, and I need for him to be redeemable. I had so many conflicting thoughts because I didn’t want to connect with the hero, he was an evil, evil fucker, but eventually, I just had to give in and enjoy the story for what it was – pure, unadulterated, adult fiction.

“Fear is the glue that holds us together.”

Sam is a sick and twisted man who stalks his prey in the dead of the night, waiting for the perfect moment to pounce. When he first sees Vesper, he knows that there is something different about her, but he was not expecting to actually change his plans so drastically in order to keep her.

Vesper has seen the blue-eyed man watching her, and in her safe and mundane life, she thinks that it’s just a fantasy, that it’s harmless to think about the sexy stranger who has infiltrated her mind. How wrong can she be though, when her fantasies become a reality and she is taken away from everything she knew and forced to live with a monster.

“I am the storm. Strong and violent. Dangerous. I will tear down anything in my path to have her.”

Call me whatever you want, but I loved this story with it’s dark and gritty theme, and depravities that you rarely want to think about. Nina G Jones made me fall in love with a certified psychopath, and I can’t fault her for anything about this book, it takes a brave writer to put a book out there that might offend, but with every person that finds it offensive there will equally be readers who enjoy watching the kind, and caring heroine bring the bad man to his knees.

Only recommended for the fans of dark romance, you will definitely want to add this to your shelf.

Take Me With You is a dark romance with an anti-hero you may take offence to. It’s a standalone story, told from dual POV

ARC gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review

Images featured in this review were created by me using stock images either purchased from deposit photo or from free stock sites.

About the Author

Nina

By day, Nina G. Jones works for an internet startup and is a freelance copywriter. She lives with her husband and two dogs.

By night, she explores the hidden recesses of the human psyche in her writing.

Nina has a background in Psychology and uses this as a starting point for her writing. She adds depth to her characters by exploring their psychological motivations. Due to the nature of the topics she explores, Nina does not shy away from explicit language, sexuality, or violence. Despite covering some heavy topics, Nina finds a way to infuse humor into her writing as well.

She has a particular fascination with people who appear to be “normal” or “successful” by all outside appearances who are hiding a secret life.

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