Review: Yearning Absolution by Rachael Orman (@RachaelOrman)

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Review: Yearning Absolution by Rachael Orman (@RachaelOrman) Title: Yearning Absolution
Author: Rachael Orman
Series: Yearning Series #2
Publisher by: Independent
Published on: December 10, 2013
Genres: Erotic Romance
Format: eARC
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Related Books In Series: Yearning Devotion

Related Books: Yearning Devotion

Gwen has finally landed her first fashion design job, working under her amazing boyfriend, Cole. While her girlfriend, McKayla, is busy with her modeling job, things start to shift in their unique relationship.

Unexpected surprises cause a whirlwind of change to sweep through their once happy lives.

As the people around her change, so do their relationships… When all is said and done sometimes only heartbreak is left.

Just when Gwen thought life was good, she is thrust into one catastrophe after another.

Will Gwen’s life be able to withstand even more turmoil, tears and blood?

Can she fulfill the dreams she has held onto for so long, while accepting new dreams that she never knew she had? Or will everything come crashing down on her?

REVIEW

When we last left our heroes (Yearning Devotion-read it first), Gwen & McKayla moved in with Cole to protect them from the evil fucking bastard (bad guy) from Gwen’s past.

In this episode, we have all new adventures for our heroes. Ok, it’s the same adventures, but with new twists & turns. Gwen starts the fab new job new job of her dreams. McKayla turns into a cranky bitch (you’ll want to punch her in the face…or other places). & Cole is just Cole (I will call him Captain Super Awesome). When Gwen gets really sick, Super Captain Awesome (I changed it) takes care of her, while McKayla turns into a jealous biatch (who you want to punch in the crotch to make her knock it the fuck off). The evil fucking bastard finds Gwen & you want to rip his dick off & shove it down his throat (after you beat his face in with a hammer, of course).

Ok, so I loved this book as much as the first one. There are some hot scenes (F/F/M & F/M)-mmmmmmm… It made me hurt. (This is not a fuck book. Be prepared for emotions.) It made me pissy. (But I hide it so well!) It made me want to beat the shit outta people. (I know you’re shocked.) I delayed reading the end because I saw where it was going & wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about it. I’m still not sure, but they seemed happy, so I guess I’ll be happy for them. (Shut up, I know they’re not real.)

Let’s rate this bitch!

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About Rachael Orman

Rachael is a stay at home mom with 2 young daughters and a husband that keep her constantly on her toes. She lives in the extremely hot state of Arizona, where she reads and writes away the blistering heat outside. She is a cancer survivor with a quirky personality. She’s been an avid reader for as long as she can remember and been writing since she was in high school. Her hopes of being a writer were crushed when she was young but one day she decided she was going to do what makes her happy and that was to write.