See Through Me by Sera Bright
(Lose My Senses #1)
Publication date: May 2014
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
There's only one person I want to see when I return home. But I know he won't be waiting. It's the reason I feel safe enough to come back.
I’m so wrong.
Ash Townsend isn't the same quiet boy from next door. He's tall, dark, and demanding answers. He wants me, but he doesn't trust me. Who can blame him? When his own family tried to break him down, he still sheltered me in this town full of liars. And I repaid it by leaving him without a word.
Because I'll do anything to protect Ash. I have the scars on my wrist to prove it.
Purchase:-Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/See-Through-Me-Lose-Senses-ebook/dp/B00K719UHG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1399912352&sr=8-1&keywords=see+through+me+sera-B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/see-through-me-sera-bright/1119457261?ean=2940149322701
When I’m not plotting elaborate schemes in my head, I’m having a fabulous time with my own real life story. That’s what happens when you have three awesome kids, two fluffy (useless) cats, and one very patient husband.
I can cook like a fiend but prefer to eat doughnuts with sprinkles for breakfast. Sprinkles make everything taste better. An avid reader of all genres, I shamelessly admit romance will always be my favorite. And while I enjoy the safe and familiar, I’m always up for an adventure.
My debut New Adult Contemporary Romance novel SEE THROUGH ME will be released in May. You can contact me at https://www.facebook.com/authorserabright , https://twitter.com/SeraBright , or through my website www.serabright.com
This is the story of two best friends Katie and Ash. Katie’s mother left her when she was 5 and her father has pretty much checked out also. Ash has a bad home life and is abused. These two found comfort and protection throughout the years within each other. The story takes us back through time, showing us the trauma and drama that brought these two together. How their feeling grew beyond friendship and the roads they traveled together and alone. I thought the book was good. I wasn’t crazy about the ending and felt that there were questions left unanswered. But all in all I thought the author wrote an emotional, thoughtful story.