Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Review: Saving Avery by Angela Synder

Publication Date: 7/21/2015
Rating: 5 Stars

Official Blurb:

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Release Date: July 21, 2015

Avery Mason had it all: the nice house, the fancy clothes, the expensive cars and the perfect husband. On the outside looking in, her life appears to be perfect. But inside, Avery knows her life is far from perfection as her husband's carefully constructed fa├žade slowly starts to crumble.

Forced to fake a happy marriage while enduring physical and mental abuse from the man who had once been her whole world is taking its toll. And ever so slowly, Avery finds herself slipping into an existence where she is gradually becoming a shell of her former self.

When Dr. Max Harrison transfers from Chicago to North Carolina, his world is flipped upside down the moment he sees Avery. With one glimpse into her blue-gray eyes, he can see the pain she is so desperately hiding from the rest of the world. As Avery attempts to push him away, he becomes convinced that there is more to her than meets the eye. And when he finally uncovers her darkest secret, the pieces of the puzzle slowly start to click into place.

Max and Avery want to be together, but nothing in life is ever that simple. It's not going to be easy to get her away from the powerful Mason family, but Max will risk everything to protect her. His only concern is Saving Avery.

**Saving Avery is a 98,000-word contemporary romance stand-alone novel. Due to mature content, it is not intended for people under 18 or people with triggers.*

Saving Avery is the kind of book that will leave so emotionally exhausted that you’ll need to take a break from reading for a few days. Snyder’s tale follows Avery’s journey from external darkness to finding her internal light. Her situation honestly could be ripped from any newspaper headline.  Her life is far from the perfection she plays it out to be. Her husband is abusive and she endures it because the man who she once loved more than the world itself it now gone.  When Max comes into her life, she is given a chance of happiness, but her husband and his family will have nothing of the sort. They’ve given her everything and they’ll take it away just as quickly, leaving her stripped bare for the entire world to see.

Angela’s story is one of the most believable works of fiction that I have had the pleasure of reading this year.  The story flowed seamlessly and I experienced the emotions that Avery felt during her ordeal as if she and I were the same being.  Her story is the kind of life that makes it on a 60 minutes special.  Avery deserves a chance at happiness after she endured so much in her life, but she has to fight for every minute of freedom she gets. The ending cements the perfection that is Saving Avery. Avery’s life may be far from perfect, but her book is sheer literary perfection at its finest.

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