Sunday, February 15, 2015

REVIEW: Sacred by Ketley Allison (SNAPPED series part IV)


Sometimes your first love doesn’t equal your true love.

Jason Sladerman is Charlie’s one. For him, she would adjust to a new city, deal with sudden fame and fandom, and change her life. But never did she think she’d have to tolerate sudden obsession.

Yet that is what Reagan Wescott feels for Charlie’s man. She infiltrated Charlie’s life, made her believe in their friendship, but only to get closer to Slade. Charlie knows, and is finally starting to trust her instincts, that Reagan is manic over him, stalking him, sick over him.

Until the email.

Now Charlie doesn’t know who’s true and who’s false, who loves her and who hates her. Her one true friend, Lara, is too preoccupied with her own love life to notice Charlie’s faltering. Slade’s too involved in proving his innocence to notice the danger. Reagan doesn’t care about anyone but Slade and will do anything to get to him. And Nate wants Charlie so much he turns a blind eye to everything but her.

Their misguided dreams are their greatest mistake. Murder’s on the horizon, and while everyone holds on tight to their sacred wishes, someone uses that chance to sneak by.

And kill.

In Ketley Allison’s fourth installment of the Snapped Novella Series, the question is no longer who will snap, but who did.


Kindle Edition, 68 pages
Published January 1st 2015 by Ketley Allison LLC
Source: Author



Shel: I honestly wasn't sure what to expect after the ending of book 3...I was afraid to start this one because I wasn't sure I (or my Kindle) would survive the angst. SERIOUSLY, I put it off. Then I got brave and said fuck it...and jumped right in. Court: I think that we were very, very, very scared. Of this installment. And eh, pretty much the rest of the series in general! 

Shel: I'm not going to sugar coat it--there was some intensity with Slade and Charlie and Reagan (bitch) and Lara and Nate. Yep...definitely some scenes where I had to take a breather because I was nervous about what would happen next. Good news, though...you will begin to get some answers to what the hell is going on. Bad news? You'll have to wait a little longer to get all of the answers. Court: Good news is yes, these people are finally being forced to communicate (even if it is mostly in a dysfunctional fashion!) but finally some movement and some real feelings being put forth into the universe (although, a certain someone's crazy ones probably don't count in my mind...that person is delusional with a capital D). And...we finally get to that scene that has been teased about since the very beginning...and omigod. I thought I was going to have a heart attack, but am definitely in a gimmee gimmeeeeeee mood for the next installment...and guess what y'all! It's out! Available to read! Thank God! 

Shel: This series...is so entertaining. I cannot recommend it highly enough. Ketley Allison does a fantastic job of writing jealous and paranoid characters and creating scenarios that are just perfectly fucked up. Court: I recommend it to you immediately. Romantic suspense has a lot to offer, in my humble opinion...and so does Ketley's writing. The characters are emotional, and real, and so flawed you might just want to hit them...and in some circles...fictional violence is not frowned upon at all...so this completely makes sense. Check it.

Snapped - Part I

Shade - Part II

Sin - Part III

Shade - Part IV

About Ketley Allison

Ketley Allison began her creative career by writing books as birthday presents for her friends (with her friend as the main character and opposite a super sexy lead, of course) before ending it in order to walk down a path she thought she was supposed to follow.

The writing bug never left her—and, in fact, would often bleed into the official papers she was supposed to write—so now Ketley’s putting down her suit and finally following her dream. While her friends are no longer the stars of her books, she still throws in bits and pieces of them into each and every one of her characters.

As a result, her books tend to focus a lot on friendships as well as love, because let’s be honest, friends are what really get you through—especially when your epic love turns into epic heartbreak.

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