Book: Hurt Me
Author: Jeri Williams
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Hurt Me the second book in the Me novel series that continues Deklan and Harley’s journey from Breathe Me.
What happens when you wake up from the nightmare that you’ve been living? Do you start living a happy normal life, one that you’ve always dreamed of, or do you start a new nightmare?
Harley did it. She survived, thanks to Deklan, but now…she is left with hard truths and different emotions; what she thought was the end, was only the beginning. Harley has to navigate through these changes while deciding on who she is and where she fits in Deklan’s life because she is coming to learn that when someone saves you, even from yourself, you hero worship them. You hero worship them so much they become your everything. Their wants turn into your needs, their needs into your obsessions, their obsessions into your life. Finally you come to a point where this worshiping, this obsession, will either heal you or hurt you.
Will Harley be healed from her past or hurt by it?
Jeri Williams lives a super fabulous lifestyle (by fabulous, she means kinda lame) in the hot Florida sun and loves reading of any kind (except instruction manuals and cereal boxes). She has always written stories and made her family listen to them since she was young, although this is her first book she has ever published. She is a mom of an up-and-coming Jerry Seinfeld (in girl form) and also enjoys being right and knowing everything, although she is hardly ever right and really doesn’t know anything and is obsessed with inventing miniature zoo animals you can carry around in your pocket (although not really).
My Review of Hurt Me by Jeri Williams
I have had the delightful pleasure to read Hurt Me by Jeri Williams. This book is about a woman who after spending her entire life being abused. Deals with the aftermath of that abuse and struggles to move forward in her life. As she deals with the panic and anxiety she is determined to get her life back and be happy.
This book has hit a personal nerve with me because I have dealt with depression and an abusive ex-husband. I have not been in the same situation as Harley in the book. I could relate to her feelings of giving up and hopelessness due to her abuser. This was touching because not many book out their ordeal with this type of abuse and what the person does to overcome her feelings.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves to read. This would make the perfect complement to any book lovers ongoing list of reads to add to the collection.
OTHER BOOKS IN THE SERIES
BREATHE ME (A ME NOVEL #1)
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