Deepest Scars (Being Me #5) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Jenni Bishop

Deepest Scars (Being Me #5)Deepest Scars by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Deepest Scars is a novel of the ‘Bring Me’ Series by Tricia Copeland and can be read as a standalone. Tricia writes well and is invested in her characters. Some I loved, some not so much, as I wanted to smack them around, which to me means they are well written. This story is about second chances and new beginnings, secrets and forgiveness, love and heartbreak. Even though I found the story a little slow at times, it was still a good read.

As the layers were peeled back of our two main characters, especially Liz (whom my heart broke for), we got to see them grow and blossom, not just as a couple but also as themselves. That girl had to deal with more than any normal person deserves in her short life time but she managed and I wanted to hug her and take away all her hurt.

Tricia wrote this from a male perspective and it was different but good to read a story from the male point of view rather than the usual female.

Worth a read.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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