Cut Too Deep by K J Bell

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Cut Too Deep

A woman traumatized by her past, beaten, battered, and unwilling to trust.

A man held captive by his greatest failure, lost, and self-destructive.

Letters that unexpectedly bind them together.

Is their bond strong enough to survive each other?

As a web of deceit is revealed, will they be able to determine what’s real, and what’s worth fighting for? Or will they crumble under the weight of secrets that cut too deep?

Can Miller forgive himself and move beyond his fear of failing the one he loves?

Can Hadley accept the love she desperately wants but doesn’t believe she deserves?

Goodreads Link
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17841294-cut-too-deep?ac=1

Krystle’s 4 Star Review

Cut Too Deep by K J Bell is a very emotional story with twists and turns leaving you guessing the whole way through. Filled with tons of feels, sexual tension and suspense galore this story has a little something for everyone.

From the very beginning of Cut Too Deep the reader is introduced to numerous characters that are very intriguing. I immediately found myself wanting to know more about the characters but I have to admit that for the first few chapters I was a little confused as to where the story was going. Some of the parts didn’t work for me and I came up with some assumptions of my own and thought it wasn’t going to be something I would enjoy.

I was wrong.

Everything I initially thought…I was wrong.

I thought that the main characters were no more than the annoying, broken female and the strong, rich guy hellbent on saving her. But these characters were so much more and the story was way more than I thought it was going to be. The main characters are flawed, sure, but they are tough as nails. They fight for what is necessary, they fight to be better and fight to be stronger. Most importantly, they fight for what they love.

I am extremely happy that I am not one to simply shelf books to the “Did-Not-Finish” pile if it doesn’t immediately work for me because I ended up really loving this story.I loved all of the supporting characters and all of the relationships that were intertwined in the story. I loved how past, present and future all crashed into each other to make one heck of a story line….

Buuuttt with all that being said, I don’t want to give away too much of this story in this review because it is a suspenseful story that should be read blind. There are lots of surprises that I would hate to ruin for anyone. This story is about the journey one character took to take back control of her life. It is about finding strength, finding happiness and most importantly finding a way to live again.

I truly enjoyed the story in Cut Too Deep and absolutely adored all of the characters. I would recommend this story to anyone looking for a read that will start one way and completely take you by surprise and turn into something different. This was my first read by KJ Bell and I look forward to reading more from her in the near future.

Excerpt 

 

Dear Ms. Walker,

I know exactly who you are. You’re the beautiful and intriguing young woman who shakes like a leaf when I get near you, but watches me with heated intensity every morning when I arrive to work as though you would like to undress me.

I’m pleased to learn the little voice in your head won out and you decided to mail your letter. Perhaps with distance between us, I won’t intimidate you, and we can get to know each other properly. I would very much like to know more about you.

I am receiving many letters, but let me put your mind at ease. I’m not opening any of them. I’m not interested in words from strangers that are obviously looking for ten tiny minutes of fame. Yours, however, spiked my curiosity. I wasn’t sure if it was the same Hadley Walker that brightens my mornings until I smelled the delicate perfume on the outside of the envelope, and knew with certainty it was you.

You would like to know what I miss the most about home. I’m a man. Your answer, Ms. Walker, is sex. I’m accustomed to having a woman in my bed. There are no women here, and it’s lonely. Would you be willing to keep me company? Fucking through words can be very erotic. Chances are, you squirmed in your seat, shocked by what I’ve written. Your panties are wet, and you’re reading the above sentence over again. Perhaps you’re cursing me, but it won’t stop you from reading on. You said you’re drawn to me, and I am rather enamored with you as well. There is nothing for you to be “curious” about. It’s purely sexual attraction that draws you to me and me to you. I’ve wanted to have you since the first time I saw you watching me. The other morning when your big doe eyes peered up at me, and you knew I’d caught you, I wanted to drag you into the elevator and fuck you until you screamed my name so loud, the entire building heard you. I’ve thought about nothing else since. I saw in your eyes that you wanted me to make you come right there in the building lobby. I’m hard thinking about it.

What do you say, Ms. Walker, would you care to have letter sex with me? When I’m free of this shit hole, I promise to deliver the real thing, and then you can determine if I’m still mesmerizing.

Regards,

Miller Genetti

 

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About the Author

K J Bell currently lives in California with her husband and three children. As a mother of three, when she’s not writing, she’s usually carting one of her children to their various activities.
She enjoys reading, and music, and is equally addicted to both.
Writing is a passion she simply can’t live without.
She loves hearing from her readers and can be found on various social media sites

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