Cover Design: Sarah Hansen / Okay Creations
Release Date: September 19, 2016
Four years ago Jeremy Bradford disappeared leaving the woman he loved heartbroken and pregnant with his child.
Two years ago Sylvie Solum married Silas Chambers and vowed to leave any hope of seeing Jeremy again in the past.
Today, Jeremy Bradford woke up from a four year coma.
Resolved to reclaim the woman he loved.
Bent on uncovering the truth about his disappearance.
Determined to make whoever is responsible pay for everything stolen.
…And Bradfords always get what they want.
Signed paperback of Everything Stolen
Rating : 4 out of 5 Stars
Since reading the Absolution series, I have been a fan of Sophia Scarlet. Her writing is very sensual, with an authentic feel and her characters are engaging.
Sylvie was nearly engaged to Jeremy Bradford, before he disappeared without a trace, leaving her pregnant and alone. She married Silas Chambers, but still fantasized about her love for Jeremy. Silas is a good man, a devoted husband and father to her son. He took care of them knowing full well that he took second place in Sylvie’s heart.
Jeremy wakes up from a four-year coma and has no idea how he landed in coma. He is convinced that what happened to him was not an accident. The mystery elements are very present in this book, combined to the tragic rivalries of two men for the love of one woman.
Sylvie feels lost. She made vows to her husband and feels safe with him, but she still loves Jeremy. Jeremy is deeply hurt, he lost everything that mattered to him. He is used to always getting what he wants and is ready to fight to get his life and his family back.
This book was angsty, suspenseful, edgy and pulled me in from the first page. I love Sophia Scarlet storytelling and the way she built the suspense to its crescendo. I was less convinced by Sylvie’s character, but, overall, I really enjoyed this unique and mysterious story and would definitely recommend it to all fans of romantic suspense.
About the Author
Sophia Scarlet is a Maryland native. She lives with her husband, two children, and cat in the woods not far from the Potomac river. When she is not writing or shuttling her children around, you can find her practicing yoga, cooking, or picking seasonal vegetables at the local CSA.
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