Break Her by B.G. Harlen. 8 November, Break Her. SYNOPSIS “The moment she woke up, her nightmare began ” What would you do if you awakened to. read free Break Her by B.G. Harlen read books online free, online library, romance book read free online, historical fiction books. All about Break Her by B.G. Harlen. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.

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But hopefully the review at least helps you decide whether you could or should read it. Is it because society tells us that that we should guard our bodies and that they are ours to control. Believe me, I know just how lucky I am.

Any merit to the discussion of rape and its use and effect contained in the book is miniscule compared to the graphic descriptions that accompany it.

There’s a very profound question at the centre of the novel to ponder – why is rape considered to be an incurable wound? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Whoever this author may be, I hope there is much more to come. There’s no names in this book o OMG!!! He keeps doing it and doing it and doing it and doing it VictoriaJ Jul 2, After a whole night of marinating and trying to come up with something to write about this book.


Break Her by B.G. Harlen

Ok, after a xanax and a shower, and a few hours sleep It’s gruesome and dark and fucks with your mind, its a battle between two messed up human beings. Other than the fact that he was hired to rape and break her, we’re left in the dark. The human horror, I can handle or at least to the extent that the author wants me tormented.

Dec 09, I think there must be something wrong with me though; because none of the rape and abuse actually bothered me She fights this guy with b.g.harleb. Now your home has become your prison, and your body, a battlefield.

A dark, twisted read that had me wanting to climb out of my skin the entire time. I really liked this book. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: I was thinking it was her so she’d see if she wanted to live.

What is apparent throughout is that b.g.harpen has come up against a very clever adversary.

Book Review: Break Her – B.G Harlen

So any publicity is good publicity cause it achieved b.gharlen purpose bteak it got noticed, it got attention Within the first page she is being raped by a professional rapist.

Nameless and faceless works well in this book. I wanted to hate this guy Drunk, drugged, knocked out, beaten, tied up, raped, ridiculed, pressured, threatened, invaded, kissed, fucked, widowed, deprived, grieved, unchilded. Harlen made a comment on their profile. It is clever on so many levels that I could not possibly describe them all, and even now I’m not sure what to make of it.

May I put in my request now for some slightly lighter fare with the next book? I’m at a lost for words and I’m someone whom never shuts the hell up. In the end I wondered if her actions How would you hold onto your sanity, your self-esteem, your very soul against someone determined to annihilate all three?

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Harlen made a comment on their profile ” Trish wrote: It just lacking the X factor.

I was literally shaking by the end of this book and there was nothing good about my sleep last night. Just a moment while we sign breao in to your Goodreads account. The story itself is set over a period of an excruciating day and a half, within the physical confines of a house.

And, mine braek to be serious and somewhat intense on an ordinary day. I’m sure these were all intentional by the author but it didn’t work for me.

Break Her by B.G. Harlen

The author does such a job of keeping the reader off balance that at least one point I thought it WAS going to turn into a bent version of 50 Shades. I have never read anything like this.

Every once in a rare while, a book comes along that succeeds in all departments–characterization, narration, ideology, execution. B.gharlen banter before, during and after the rape scenes ranges from belittling and humiliating to sarcastic and at times, amusing.

It made you focus on the brutality of the situation.