CHARACTERS ↠ The Darkness of Perfection

CHARACTERS ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Michael Schneider

The Darkness of PerfectionO true happiness is for his wife to be molded to perfection He had the promise of perfection in the bright eyes and innocent smile of a childhood friend long since lost to his world He never gave up his. Published as a Twilight fan fiction The Perfect Wife P2P fan fiction is a no no

SUMMARY The Darkness of Perfection

CHARACTERS ↠ The Darkness of Perfection ó He desired perfection She already was perfect Can two people build a love forged in the fires of hellNicholas comes from a world of darkness where women are no better than slaves He believes the secret to true happiness is for his wife to be molded to perfection He had the promise of perfection in Dreams of their perfect life together An accidental meeting brings him face to face with his dream Will he realize that true happiness can only be found in the beauty of imperfection before it's too late. This story was oddly compelling in that it was all too easy to believe that Nicholas could view his life as normal and see nothing wrong with kidnapping Jayden and forcing her to marry him After all his family are human traffickers Given to him as a child he firmly believes that Jayden belongs to him and has no choice in the matter He has built her up in his mind as the perfect mate and is determined that they will have the perfect life together Rescued from a horrible future by her mother they find sanctuary in a small town and build a new life I found it a little difficult to believe that once they found safety Jayden's mother didn't raise her to be able to protect herself It's understandable that they would want a normal life but shouldn't you provide the tools to protect your child just in case she was ever found Have her learn self defense take karate classes or something At least have a talk with her before she leaves for college don't just send her off on her own Seemed irresponsible and unrealistic If Jayden's mother was so fiercely protective and risked so much to rescue Jayden from a life of slavery then she should have done a better job of preparing her for going off to college on her ownIt also bothered me how Nicholas found Jayden after all these years Didn't ring true as I couldn't see him taking the same sort of cruise that Jayden's parent would be able to afford If his family was so rich and powerful he would probably have chartered a private yacht if he wanted to go cruising Seemed forced Don't mean to suggest that I didn't enjoy the story as I really did The narration switched back and forth between Jayden and Nicholas so we could see things from both of their perspectives I think that Nicholas really loved her or at least the idea of her and honestly didn't understand that what he was doing was wrong in any way Jayden cried way too much in my opinion but she was only 18 and had led a sheltered lifeWas torn between giving this book a 35 or 45 as some of the inconsistencies bothered me Ultimately decided it was worth a 45 as I really enjoyed he story while reading and it was only afterwards that some of the plot points started to bother me The author does a fantastic job of giving us a glimpse into the life of a human trafficker as well as the confusion Jayden experienced while coming to grips with her situation Will be looking for from Michael the future as he's very talented

Michael Schneider ↠ 9 CHARACTERS

He desired perfection She already was perfect Can two people build a love forged in the fires of hellNicholas comes from a world of darkness where women are no better than slaves He believes the secret t. IMPORTANT If you identify with Jayden and in a relationship like the one depicted in this book please know that there is a way out I urge you to reach out for help and call or email the Abuse Help resources below In the US call National Domestic Abuse Hotline 1−800−799−SAFE7233 or TTY 1−800−787−3224 PST by videophone 855 812 1001 instant messenger DeafHotline or email deafhelpthehotlineorgOutside the US call Stopfamilyviolenceorg 1 866 USWOMEN email crisis866uswomenorg I have had the great misfortune of reading this book in it's original fan fiction version I'm horrified that anyone would even contemplate much less actually write and sell a book that romanticizes the relationship between a victim of domestic abuse and her abuser It's irresponsible and it also makes for some extremely unrealistic characterizations Which is one of my biggest technical criticism of this book The distinct difference in Bella err Jayden's internal monologue and her outward actions pulled me out of the story constantly It didn't read right and made the whole story feel kind of forced Like I wasn't reading a story as much as being told horrific second hand gossipI also felt it was a very manipulative choice to give the reader a safe distance from the horror of what happens to the heroine Giving this sense that while the heroine is being brutalized in graphic detail she is also very aware of how fucked up the situation is and that makes the reader feel secure in their voyeurism Which is kind of disgusting and fucked up when you really think about it It's like the author shows you a graphic slide show of domestic abuse holds your hand the whole time and reassures you that it's all going to be okay in the end because deep down they really do love each other I swear to god I wish I was making this up but I am not By all means if you find non consenting victimization of women domestic abuse and reenforcement of the destructive belief that abusers are the true victims of their own evil that deserve forgiveness and LOVE from their victims this is totally the book for you Enjoy dry heaves as she walks away