Friday, August 29, 2014

Book Review: The Girl in 6E by Alessandra Torre (A.R. Torre)

The Girl in 6E (The Girl in 6E, #1)The Girl in 6E by Alessandra Torre
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

** I received a complimentary copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review. **

My usual genre is along the romance lines. However, the blurb for this book intrigued me so I knew I HAD to sign up for the Book Tour/Review.
First, I was introduced to the main character Jessica/Deanna. We learn that she has a fear of human interaction as well as an obsession with murder. WHAT? Oh, she is this psychology student’s dream! We learn about her through her own storytelling. We learn that she hasn’t left her crappy apartment in three years, that she earns a living by camming (cybersex), and that she has everything she needs delivered and left at her door. We learn a little about her clients and their fetishes. And we learn a lot about her mind.

We also alternate with POVs from other characters. One POV we hear from is Jeremy, the deliveryman that has been leaving Jessica/Deanna’s packages at the door with no questions asked. We also see POVs from some other characters in the book including a character in trouble. Jessica/Deanna is the only person that can save this character. But, in order to do so, she must leave the safety zone of her apartment. Will she be able to save the victim and be able to control her own urges?

This is a dark read. I wouldn’t exactly label it as erotica, but it is definitely a dark psychological read.
While my rating is 4 stars, it is definitely worth 4.5 stars!

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