Release Date: May 28th
I only had one rule: don’t fall in love with the cruel prince.
I broke it.
When the clock struck twelve, I went back to being a servant. He promised to let me go with my heart in pieces…but Grayson Crowne was always king at breaking promises.
I refuse to let him lock me in a tower.
I have no choice but to take the only out offered to me–another cruel prince.
Refuge in a man I loathe.
Rescued from the man I love.
I wanted to forget Grayson, forget Crowne Hall, and hide, but fate has other plans.
But if Grayson and I are fated, then our fate is forbidden.
Our happily ever after will only end one way…in heartbreak.
Start Grayson and Story’s journey with Stolen Soulmate:
This book. This book messed me up. I’m telling you, fucked with my mind, kinda messed up.
What in the actual hell did I read?
Okay. Okay. I think I’m ready. I’ve literally taken three days to fully digest this book and I still don’t know what to say. Mary Catherine Gebhardt you’ve truly made me speechless.
I thought I prepared myself for this book. I understand Mary’s writing abilities and what she can do with the story, so I really shouldn’t have been surprised by anything that happened. But I was left speechless. I was not expecting really anything that happened, especially that ending. No matter what you do to prepare yourself for this book, I don’t think anything would help. Definitely just go into it with an open mind.
Don’t get me wrong I really love this book. I did. But there are many things that I can’t get into detail about without giving anything away that made me doc a star for my review. I love Mary’s writing. I get sucked into the worlds that she builds. I thought this was a great book, it just left me disappointed to say the least. Which I am really sad and slightly mad about because I’ve been waiting forever for this book. I really wish I could give this five stars and maybe a few weeks after this book officially releases I can get into greater detail about why I didn’t give this five stars. I just really don’t wanna give it away for anybody. I had very high expectations for this book and it just didn’t hit that same level as Stolen Soulmate did.
I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
About the Author:
I started writing the moment I could read. My first characters were Wibbley and Squig and I used MS Word and clipart to bring them to life when I was a kid in elementary school. I started seriously thinking about being a writer in High School and I remember the day exactly, because it was such an epiphany. I was always so uncertain. You know how everyone was always asking what you wanted to be when you were older? Well I NEVER could decide.
I wanted to be a marine biologist.
A FIRE FIGHTER (thank you Joaquin Phoenix in Ladder 49 for that phase).
One day it hit me—A WRITER. I could do it ALL. Then you couldn’t stop me from writing. I penned my first novel at fifteen (but don’t ask me to show it to you, because it’s like I was in competition to beat the thesaurus). When I was diagnosed with a chronic illness, writing became even more important, because it became my therapy. When I wrote my characters, suddenly I wasn’t so alone.
These days you can find me daydreaming about where to travel with my husband, singing in my car, or lost in the newest K drama. And planning my next novel, of course