There is beauty within darkness, if only you teach yourself how to find it.
Sixty four days in captivity that's how long Ava spent with the man who not only captured her body her will but also her soul.
Darkest before dawn is a dark psychological read told in dual pov's, definitely no hearts, flowers or romance, it's gripping, unpredictable and has you held in suspense until the end.
Max: A woman I am obsessed with loves me only because I made her believe me.
Max joins an organisation in the attempt to find his sister he becomes a manipulator of women, women who are taken and stripped of everything they once believed manipulated into falling in love with there captor with the purpose to break them, have them submit, mold them for the awaiting paying owner, recondition them to love.
This is how you manipulate someone: You take something away and suddenly the slightest act of kindness seems like you've moved mountains.
Max had a job to do, gain the women's trust,love and get them ready to be sold.
Ava was different from other girls, other girls had no - one, nothing other than an addition or a pimp they were specifically chosen. Ava had family and a ruthless father. Ava was not part of Max's plan.
Darkest before dawn is deep, dark, complex, contains disturbing scenes of rape and violence so not for the sensitive reader.
A gripping read that takes your mind for a spin on the dark side but will take you to the dawn ( sort of) ;-)
Sixty-four days in captivity. Sixty-four days to lose yourself—or find yourself.
I’m Ava Donovan. I was abducted at the age of nineteen. I’m told I’m a survivor, but the truth is, I only survived because he saved me. Even when he kept me locked in that room—he saved me.
Constantly wondering when and how you will die, that does something to you. To your mind. But what do you do when it does something to your heart? What do you do when the man holding you captive seems just as broken as you are, when his mere presence becomes a comfort you crave—when you love him even though you shouldn’t?
You smile and tell yourself it’s okay because love has no morals.
Sixty-four days in captivity gave me a love most people will never have and my freedom took it all away.
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