Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Review: Loving the Cult by Nicole Tillman


Publication Date: October 30, 2014
Series: Forced Home Series #1
Rating: 5 stars

Official Blurb:

Tess has very little. No family, no friends, no one she can count on. She leads a quiet, carefree, but lonely life. 
Then she's abducted. 
Taken to a secluded ranch owned by a 'family' with extreme views and even more extreme practices, she's thrown into a life of enslavement. Always one to be strong, Tess keeps her head held high, even when she should be cowering in fear. As she struggles to find a way home, she's confronted with more danger than she'd thought possible. But through it all, she also finds an ally. 

Jameson doesn't know what he wants. He knows that his family, his role, and his reputation are all on the line if he doesn't fulfill his obligations. Unlike the rest of his 'family', he's not sure if he wants the job. He doesn't think he's ready for what they have planned. Until he meets her... 

Forced to spend countless days together testing each others patience, Tess and Jameson come to the realization that affection almost always trumps duty, first impressions can be deceiving, and home isn't always where your heart is.



I absolutely loved Tess! She is a bad ass chick with a smart mouth! She doesn’t let anyone or anything get in her way when it comes to being free. She’s also funny, strong, and independent. Jameson had to grow on me. I did like him but some of the things he had to do pissed me off. I am not sure how the author even began to think up this book but to me when I think of a cult or see a show about one, she hit it spot on. This was an amazing story, and very well written. I enjoyed reading it and I will buy the next to see what will happen next

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