Damaged Girls I

Damaged Girls I - Janice  Ross A Wounding Triangle of Control, Deception, and Misguided Affection

I found this to be a bold look at an emotionally charged subject. You might find yourself not liking most of the characters, or at least not their actions, throughout this novel. Yet there is little doubt that you cannot help recognize their realness, as if the author just plucked from society’s day-to-day life and laid bare upon the page.

Though the author’s style of phrasing took a moment to acclimate to, it is so easy to be caught up in the inevitable and undeniable train wreck of this sad triangle. I found myself wanting to just shake some sense into those girls and help take Steve out behind the barn for a ‘talk’ at least five times a chapter.

My biggest gripe, if you could call it that, is the book ended on such a cliffhanger that if I hadn’t been able to move right onto the next installment I would have felt frustrated with the ending

** Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.**