Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Release+Promo+Blitz: Truth Revealed by K.D. Robichaux




Title: Truth Revealed
Series: Confession Duet #2
Author: KD Robichaux
Genre: Erotic Romance/BDSM
Release Date: March 28, 2017



Blurb

It’s been a decade since I divorced the love of my life, after her confession while I was deployed.
Ten years since I spoke to Vi, my soul mate, the girl who had brought me to life only to stab me in the heart, sending me into an even darker state than where I was before I met her.
Ten years, I’ve been watching her from afar, keeping tabs.
After a decade in the Army, two Purple Hearts and a Medal of Honor under my belt, I was kicked out with an honorable discharge, knowing no other skill than One Shot One Kill. Two years later, I’m part of a group of mercenaries who carry out justice. Criminals who hide behind their fancy lawyers and power—we take care of them and make it all look like karma. And with intel from our founder, Dr. Walker, a therapist with a long list of predators whose victims were too scared to turn them in, work is plenty and fulfilling. Until Vi begins her sessions and I discover the reality I’ve lived the past ten years was nothing but a lie, when the truth is revealed.









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Author Bio

KD Robichaux wanted to be a romance author since the first time she picked up her mom’s Sandra Brown books at the ripe old age of twelve. She went to college to become a writer, but then married and had babies. Putting her dream job on hold to raise her family as a stay at home mom, who read entirely too much, she created a blog where she could keep her family and friends up-to-date on all the hottest reads. From there, by word of mouth, her blog took off and she began using her hard-earned degree as a Senior Editor for Hot Tree Editing. When her kids started school, and with the encouragement from her many author friends, she finally sat down and started working on her first series, The Blogger Diaries, her very own real life romance.


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Truth Revealed Truth Revealed by K.D. Robichaux
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


It’s been a decade since I divorced the love of my life, after her confession while I was deployed.
Ten years since I spoke to Vi, my soul mate, the girl who had brought me to life only to stab me in the heart, sending me into an even darker state than where I was before I met her.
Ten years, I’ve been watching her from afar, keeping tabs.
After a decade in the Army, two Purple Hearts and a Medal of Honor under my belt, I was kicked out with an honorable discharge, knowing no other skill than One Shot One Kill. Two years later, I’m part of a group of mercenaries who carry out justice. Criminals who hide behind their fancy lawyers and power—we take care of them and make it all look like karma. And with intel from our founder, Dr. Walker, a therapist with a long list of predators whose victims were too scared to turn them in, work is plenty and fulfilling.
Until Vi begins her sessions and I discover the reality I’ve lived the past ten years was nothing but a lie, when the truth is revealed.

This book has potential triggers for anyone that has been raped or abused. I wouldn't suggest it for those reasons to those people. This was a hard book for me to read after reading the first book. I came to love Corbin and Vi. I loved their relationship. For me, it was a thing of beauty. It was innocent, and then it wasn't. Corbin's one request is not to break his trust and Vi makes him think that she's betrayed him. The second book picks up a decade in the future and Vi is a shell of who she used to be. She hides out in her apartment and only goes out when she has too. I thought the way the author portrayed rape victims was very knowledgeable. At times, I wanted to smack Corbin upside his head, and then I wanted to hug him because it was evident he had never gotten over her.

The topics discussed in this book will not be for everyone. I know that, and I even struggled with it because I don't like these types of books. However, and this is where I have to be a well-rounded reviewer...It's a book that may or may not help someone understand the culture and why rape victims tend to get into the subculture of that world. For me, I never read Fifty Shades and never will, but that's personal preference. This book explains the inner turmoil that someone goes through when they can't outwardly express how they feel when something traumatic happens. I see it more often than I would like but this book did hit the nail on the head. The emotions evoked throughout the story are heartwrenching, and you'll need a box of tissues just for that. KD did a fantastic job of portraying two characters who had been through something that was both traumatic and at the end freeing.

The editing and formatting were a welcoming change to other books that usually have mistakes during ARC copies that I review. I didn't find a mass of errors, and it made reading a joy, and I didn't have to read twice. Usually, I like to go through twice because I pick things apart the first time and it was wonderful not to have to do that with this.




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