More Fascinating Twists By Backstage Blogs Book Four in the series and it continues to be engrossing, in fact, I read this one in just a couple of hours as I find myself so caught up in Tori’s tale.
I appreciate more fully the nicer side I mentioned in my review of book three, as book four brings about events that force Tori to revisit her ugly past. I have repeatedly stated that this series is for mature, over 18 audiences only for the explicit violence and sexual situations, and that is extremely true in this volume as well.
I do not include spoilers in my reviews, which becomes more difficult the deeper I get into the series. I would generally assume that anyone reading a review of book four in a series was already familiar with the first three, but I still would like to protect the entire series as much as possible. This volume brings several plot twists, including huge reveals on two major subplots that have left me very curious from book one. I mentioned this one brought more difficult situations than book three, but still not as intense as in the first two. This certainly brings new sides of Tori’s struggles, strengths, and weaknesses to light. It will be very interesting to jump into book five (as soon as I finish this review) to see how she brings the conflicting emotions together, and if there will be retribution for ends left untied. Though I have given five stars to every book in the series so far, I will admit that it took me a while to really hit my stride with it. I am definitely fully in now and don’t see much slowdown until I have finished the last word of book seven.
“Exposed” (A New Life Book 4) by Samantha Jacobey Can be found at: