Blog Tour & Review: Redeemed by Brie Paisley

 

Blog Tour
 
Redeemed by Brie Paisley 
Worshipped Series 
Book #3
 

 
Jason 

I’ve lived in total darkness for as long as I can remember.
A dangerous place where pain, love, not even remorse was felt. My world was
filled with blood and death until the day I met Karen. Little by little she
showed me the way out of that darkness, into her light. She was everything I
needed and craved. I learned to fight my darkness, wanted the good side of me
to win, until old and new enemies threaten to take away everything and everyone
I care about. Darkness is winning and I fear the only one that can redeem me is
the one I’ll end up hurting more than I thought possible.
 

Karen can save me, only if she beats the dark beast inside
of me.
 
Karen 

Control is the one thing I understand the most. It’s the
one thing I’ve depended on to keep my fragile heart safe. That was my life until
Jason changed everything. He opened up a side of me I thought had disappeared
long ago, and the control I needed for so long doesn’t seem so appealing. There’s
a void, a hole left inside me now that Jason’s not by my side. I know his
demons. I know his dark beast that dwells within him waiting to takeover
completely. I’ve seen it, felt it, and when the monster breaks free, I fear for
everyone I love.
He thinks I can save him, but in the end, he’s the only one
that can redeem himself.  
 
*Note: This is the final book of the Worshipped Series and
is not intended to be read as standalones.*
 



4-star
Book 1 which is the story of Riley, Connor and Isaac and then book 2 took a 180 and focused on Karen and Jason so finally we get the end of story of but they are kept separate for most of the book. I’m not sure how to feel about this. I loved most of the story and the ending was great, but there were some moments that things were a bit slow at times and again there were things that didn’t make sense to me. Like how did Karen not know that the clinic was closed for a while and why would she leave town and why would Jason not stop her? And how did Karen and Riley who were besties not meet as soon as Karen got home and catch up and get on the same page? Ugh, I can’t stand when things don’t make sense to me. This is the darkest of the three books in the story, but I really enjoyed it!
Reviewed by Sharon
LLEP Review Team
 
 
Book #1 – Worshipped
 
 

Review

3-stars

I really liked the story of Riley, Connor and Isaac. There was a lot of mystery and unanswered questions in this story! The way the meet and interact is so different….they way they begin to share and trade off is interesting. I really liked the three of them together, but there were times that the story moved quite slow and the writing was a bit lacking. Things seemed more wordy than necessary and it was hard for me to stay interested. There were tense changes that pulled me out of the story so I can’t give it a 5 star. Although the plot was interesting and I enjoyed the characters, the writing errors were distracting.

Reviewed by Sharon
LLEP Review Team

 

Book #2 – Betrayed
 

Review

3-stars

I really liked book 1 which is the story of Riley, Connor and Isaac and was thrown for a loop when this was featured on two different characters; Karen and Jason who were mentioned in book 1, but not really the focus. So, when we first start, Jason/Josh has kidnapped Karen to keep her safe although she doesn’t know that at the time. Since this book has such a different focus it took me a bit to enjoy it since I was expecting more of Riley and the boys. Again, there are a lot of mystery and unanswered questions in this story! We end with the need for book 3 which will hopefully answer all the questions left open in books 1 and 2. There were some holes in the story and things were too wordy which is the same problem that happened in book 1, so I kept getting pulled out of the story.

Reviewed by Sharon
LLEP Review Team

 
 
 
Brie Paisley is a
small town gal from Mississippi. She always wanted to write at a young age and
was always filling journals with her thoughts and short stories. Brie started
with the idea of Worshipped a year ago and with the encouragement of her husband
and sister in law, she was able to write her first book. When she is not
writing, you can find her reading a good book, painting, scrapbooking, or
watching a good movie with her husband and her boxer.


 

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