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Number Thirteen (2000)

by Bella Jewel(Favorite Author)
3.85 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: This was a dark read. *****SPOILERS*****I loved this book! The way that William thinks of others is amazing. He saves 13 girls from their horrible lives. Some were sex slaves, others were prostitutes, but all needed his help. He takes their memories from them and tries to help them learn how to live a normal life. ALong the way, he and #13 develop feelings for one another. When there is a raid on his estate, the girls are taken from him. Will he be in trouble for trying to help them? Will the girls turn on him? All he knows is that he loves #13 and can't imagine his life without her. But he will if that is what makes her happy.
review 2: I wanted to like this book a lot more than I did but I think that has to do with what I thought it would be about versus what
... more it was actually about. I was bracing myself for a dominant male lead who was a jerk. I was expecting romance, drama and angst, which was there, but not how I expected. I was really routing for Number Thirteen to be more sarcastic and abrasive, but looking back I think it wouldn't have worked if she was.That all said, all the characters surprised me and I found myself wanting to learn more about each of the "numbers" or girls. One thing to keep in mind- When you start reading this, push all preconceived expectations out of your head because they probably won't happen. Read with an open mind and have your heart not break in the first chapter. less
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Got this as a freebie download. Not sure what I was expecting, but I really enjoyed this.
Holy crap I loved this! So different and just really, really good.
not finished. can't read this bullshit any further.
h is slapped, imprisoned, beaten, terrified
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