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Monday, August 12

Review: Truth (Finding Anna #3) by Sherri Hayes

Title: Truth
By: Sherri Hayes
Series: Finding Anna #3
My Copy: Ebook from Author
Book Whisperer's Rating: 

The third installment of the Finding Anna Series.

For the last two months, Brianna has discovered something she never thought she would again. Hope. After the horror of being Ian’s slave for ten months, a fate she never imagined she’d escape, it feels as if she is living a dream. She has freedom she hadn’t expected to have again, and she wakes up every morning not fearing what the day will bring. There is also Stephan. The man who saved her from the daily torture she had to endure at the hands of Ian and his friends. The same man who makes her heart race with just the thought of him. Life is good.

Outside forces are determined to conspire against them, however. When Brianna’s father shows up on her doorstep, it sends her world spiraling out of control. He brings with him new information about how Brianna ended up in Ian’s clutches, but will it make a difference? Will Stephan be able to find a way to make Ian pay for all he made Brianna suffer? As Brianna and Stephan try to find out the truth, their relationship is tested. She is forced to face her past head on, and deal with the ugly reality of what happened to her. Will Stephan’s love be enough to see her through her newest challenge, or will the fragile trust they’ve built come crumbling down around them as the truth makes itself known.

The best book out of the series so far.  With absolute trust in Stephan, Brianna is learning more about herself and what love truly is.  She is growing as a character, trusting more, loving more, making friendships, and just in general trying to be a normal woman. 

Truth has a lot more drama than the other two books, which made my connection with the characters a little deeper and the connection between the characters a little deeper. Brianna is making strides in the right direction when it comes to how she interacts with others and how she reacts in stressful situations. Granted there are some times where fear completely takes over but most of the time she is able to talk her panic aside with the help of Stephan.  I felt as if Brianna really did grow more than she did in the last two books because she is finally learning that Stephan loves her and is willing to protect her and never harm her. 

And the end…how could you leave me hanging like that Hayes?  What am I supposed to do now? J

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