The Donor (The Donor #1)
Fortunately for Casey, there’s MyTrueMatch.com: an exclusive, quick, and almost easy way to pay it all back before her parents even have to know.
All she has to do is give a man she’s never met whatever he wants from her body.
Inside or out.
The Donor (The Donor #2)
With the clock ticking, can she find the answers she’s looking for?
The Donor (Part Three)
Can they hold each other together as the clock runs out?
I soooooo wasn’t expecting that. It’s not the job of the author to please the each and every reader but to please the wills and needs of the characters. In the end, this was a tragically beautiful ending to a compelling and heart-wrenchingly story.
Things just aren’t as they seem right? Who is this high class looking hooker that is all over Jonah? And where did all of Casey’s things go? She found a sanctuary before she died isn’t that what we all hope for? I think so. And it was going to be seemingly ripped away from her
Both Casey and Jonah have been dealt tough hands in life. Neither of their futures turning out the way that they might have anticipated. But fate brought them together because they needed each other. They met at a time in their lives when they needed each other most.
It’s like there is 2 story paths running, alternating in sections. We would read part from the present, then flip to an event that happened in the past, then back to the present again. It helped to draw out the final moments of this book. Just when it got to the part where everyones fate was decided, it would flip back in time. I was practically biting my nails off wondering what was happening.
The ending is what left me struggling for ages. I wasn’t sure what I felt. I wanted to think it was the best way for it to end. But, i’m still a little torn…
It was definitely a shocker for me, but I feel a little sad still. I won’t say anymore, as I don’t want to spoil this for anyone who is yet to see, how this amazing novella series finishes. This book is awesome and definitely something completely unique and different. I’m so glad I got to read this!