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Touch of Hate A Dark Romance by C. Hallman J.L. Beck Review/Summary

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Touch of Hate A Dark Romance by C. Hallman J.L. Beck Review/Summary

Writer: C. Hallman J.L. Beck
Publication Bleeding Heart Press
ISBN-10 1959194100
Language: English
Genre: Fiction
Best Sellers Rank: #37,242 in Books
Custoer review 4.5/5
Publish Date: January 27, 2023

In this Book, the speaker reflects on betrayal and their desire for revenge. They believe that betrayal cuts the deepest and that they are intimately familiar with this pain. The speaker admits to having been the villain, although no one suspected them. They acknowledge that this fact no longer matters because their desire for revenge now outweighs any concern for their reputation.

The speaker has left their old life behind and is determined never to return. However, there is someone they left behind who still holds a special place in their heart: Scarlet. The speaker describes Scarlet as kind, innocent, and fragile, a light in the darkness of their life. They believe that Scarlet was always meant to be theirs, even if it meant breaking all the rules.

Despite being enemies now, the speaker is still determined to have Scarlet as their own. The passage suggests a complex and possibly dangerous relationship between the speaker and Scarlet, with themes of obsession, possession, and the consequences of breaking rules.


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