Eluding Nirvana by V.L. Brock – Review by Lauren, #NerdGirlSphinx


Title: Eluding Nirvana

Author: V.L. Brock

Published Date: October 5, 2014

Genre: Psychological Thriller/ Romantic Suspense


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Three years lost; a body marred and a mission complete.

Waking after a four day coma, Kady Jenson felt her life was crashing down around her. Three years of her memories were missing, and the compelling man at her side was not her years-long partner, but a stranger – a stranger who promised to help her recover what she had lost.

But how did Kady come to such a place?

What dark, mysterious events stole her past and threatened her future?

How did her lover become a stranger, and a stranger become so terribly important?

What happened to turn Kady’s orderly life into a terrifying nightmare which would leave her permanently marked, body and soul?

***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Lauren, #NerdGirlSphinx Review***
 This book starts off right where Seeking Nirvana left off. Literally.  Then it immediately starts flashing back.  The holes in Kady’s memory start to fill up, and it is a pretty wild ride.  The twists and turns are quite interesting, and I can honestly say that I wasn’t able to predict what happened.

We learn a lot more about each character as Kady recounts the past 3 years that she woke up missing, and some of it is quite startling.  The author did a fantastic job with their personalities.  She creates a great villain.

Great continuance of this dark series.

I would only caution women that have been in an abusive relationship to steer clear of this series if your wounds are still somewhat fresh.  It could be too much.  Other than that, superb storytelling.


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