Braxton has spent six years running from his past and the memories that haunt him. The loss of the girl who owns his heart and his best friend unleashed the dark in him. Part of a world of crime and murder, Brax knows he’s reached a breaking point and something’s got to give. He has to find her.
The girl he’s loved since she saved him that fateful day when they were nothing more than just kids.
The day she went away was the day he lost his heart. That was the day he became everyone’s worst nightmare.

He became a monster.

He is hated, feared, and has nothing left to live for.

Isabelle has lived the last six years of her life without hope and in total isolation. Now she finds herself in the clutches of evil with no way out.

All she dreams of is to be reunited with the one boy who showed her what it means to truly be loved. Without him, she’s surrendered herself to an existence she doesn’t know how to escape.

In a moment that will change both of their lives forever, Brax comes face to face with the girl who, for six years, captured his heart. He is unable to ignore the buried desires and the hope for the future they dreamed they’d have.

Can he save the girl he once lost, or will the fight cost him more than he could ever imagine?

My Thoughts

The scars of you is a dark, thrilling and gripping read, the storyline captured me from the get go with so many unexpected twists and turns throughout the story that you just didn’t see coming.

The emotions I felt when reading this novel was insane, my heart was aching for the characters and I loved how I could feel their emotions throughout the story. Both Brax and Isabella go through so much throughout the novel to the point I just wanted to cry from them. Once I started I couldn’t stop I read this novel in one sitting.

I really, really wanted to cry when I finished this story, I couldn’t believe how it ended (stupid cliff hangers!!!) one moment I was ready to cry next I was shouting no, no, no you can’t end like that but oh yes It totally did.

The novel has a lot of sex scenes which I didn’t mind, but also contains rape/kidnapping.

Rachael Tonks sure knows how to write a great novel, get your heart beating and have you sitting on the end of you seat wondering what’s going to happen next.






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