Spiteful Punks: dolls and douchebags part one by Madeline Fay – Review by Angela Shirley

Spiteful Punks: dolls and douchebags part oneSpiteful Punks: dolls and douchebags part one by Madeline Fay
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When you are in a living hell, is there no escape. Until one day you find a miracle but will Tillie be able to take the chance and leave or will she be thrown back into hell.

Tillie has lived through hell, being brought up within an MC were women are lower than low and used as play things. Tillie has a dream to escape hell and try and forget about her life with the MC and one day she has an opportunity to do just that, all she has is a name and the world but is it that simple.

When she leaves she doesn’t realise that she has walked out of one hell into another and has to try and circum navigate this new world to survive all over again. Family secrets are revealed and Tillis is drawn between two worlds.

This story is not your fluff romance story by any means and at times it is hard to read but the author provided just enough honesty and integrity to draw you into the story. I loved the character of Tillie although she had so much tragedy and heartache this only made her into strong character she was in this book.

The twists and turns in this book were brilliant and although it was a difficult to read at times this enhanced the emotions within this story. This is the first book I have read by this author and can’t wait for Part Two.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

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