Bloodstained Beauty. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Bloodstained Beauty by Ella Fields

My rating: 3 of 5 stars.

Fresh out of college and headed straight for my dream job, I didn’t think things could get any better.

 

Then I met my dream man. 

In an instant, my happy ever after had begun.

 

The life I’d stumbled into was beautiful, and the man I loved was perfect.

 

But perfection comes at a cost, and I’d slumbered through all the alarms.

 

Then I met my nightmare. 

 

The man whose bright eyes held untamed darkness. 

 

The man who disarmed me with his peculiar behavior. 

 

The man whose cold, merciless hands shook me awake.  

In an instant, questions started to dismantle my happy ever after.

 

But whoever said the truth would set you free was wrong. 

It wasn’t going to repair the cracks in my naive heart. 

 

It wasn’t going to caress my face with comforting hands and reassure me it was all just a dream.

 

No, the truth shoved me down a rabbit hole, and I landed in the lair of a real-life monster.

Bloodstained Beauty

Very dark and twisty!




I liked this story but am not sure I loved it. I usually like this type of story but I think the reason I didn’t like this one so much was because you just didn’t know what was going on through most of the book. Jemima is a teacher who falls in love with Miles, he has his own business which is landscaping but they keep saying he mows lawns for a living. Though he makes enough money to take care of her, buy her ring and a house after they get engaged.

They are happy together and the sex is great. They love each other but she starts to have some small doubts about him when she finds he has a phone she doesn’t know about. Also she keeps talking to the father of one of her students and he asks her a lot of personal questions and calls her a pet name. I don’t want to put any spoilers here but it takes nearly the entire book for all the secrets and surprises to be revealed.

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