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Review: Shelter Me by Stephanie Tyler

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There are ghosts in my past—ghosts I can’t recognize.

My painting heals me, but Lucas Caine has made me come alive. My past could take both those things away forever. What started out as an undeniable need to create was quickly turning into danger as my longing for memories fed the rough canvases I filled.

Falling for Lucas will force me to revisit my lost memories—and possibly lose myself, my art, and him in the process.

And now he has me skating the thin edge between desire and fear as I use a past I don’t remember to leverage a future I’m not sure I want.


My Review

“Now, even though every fiber of my being screamed that Lucas Caine was different, a hurricane that I couldn’t escape, a danger that would embrace me like a warm blanket…still, I insisted I was up for the challenge.”

Shelter Me was a very quick, but exciting read for me. It pulled me in from the very first page and intrigued me. Ryn’s story is very complex and leaves you little bits of bread crumbs along the way. I loved the air of mystery that surrounds this story. Since Ryn suffers from amnesia, she doesn’t really remember anything before the age of 17. So, it’s really interesting to watch her character go through the motions of her life, all with feelings of danger all around her. Not knowing if people around her know about her past and are trying to protect her, or if there are people out there that want to do her harm.

Overall, I think this series is off to a really good start. Shelter Me is going to grab onto you and will have you asking a ton of questions. As you go deeper and deeper into the story, you will start questioning everyone, and wondering what their true motives are. You will be wondering who you can trust and what really happened to Ryn.

Shelter Me is like one big, giant puzzle piece and I can’t wait to see how it will unravel. I will warn you that this story does end with a cliffhanger, and it is a pretty good one. You thought you had questions before, but I promise you this ending will not only leave you with more questions, but it will have you wondering what in the world will happen next.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*

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