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Sunday, January 20, 2019

the constant reminder - Luke (Dark Water Security #1) by Madison Quinn

"You will go through several emotions (angst, love, suspense, and action) while reading this story but that is why it is hard to put down. I for one cannot wait for the next book in the Dark Water Security series. Thank you, Madison, for another excellent book for my library. " Patti, Goodreads


Published: January 14th, 2019

What happens when your worst nightmare becomes your new reality?

More than ten years have passed since Luke was kidnapped and held captive by a crazed mad man. He still struggles to leave that period of his life behind. However, when he meets the new computer security expert his partner wants to hire, the memories of the young girl who stole his heart during the worst time of his life suddenly come rushing back. Why is it this woman reminds him so much of the girl he needs to forget? The girl he shouldn’t be dreaming of. The girl who suffered because of him.

When a new case forces them to spend time together, Luke has no choice but to face his undeniable attraction to her. Can he stop seeing her as the constant reminder of his past mistakes and start seeing her for the beautiful, talented woman that she is?

Contains adult themes; content might not be suitable for all readers.


I should probably be scared, but I’m so fucking tired of being scared. Part of me is giving up—I know that. I’ve tried escaping but he always finds me before I can get out of this shitty house. I’ve tried playing by his rules: winning the fights like he said, but nothing happened. I’ve lived through all of his punishments so far: each time he’s whipped me with the belt to the point where I’m bleeding, when he’s brought his friends over and let them use me, when he injected me with something that kept me awake for more than two straight days–and so much more, but I survived. What if I’m tired of surviving? 
I shake my head, trying to focus on anything else. I hate that I’m so weak. I hate that I cry myself to sleep every night, whereas Luke is stronger than I ever could be, even though he’s been trapped down here for almost a year. Why can’t I be strong like he is? How did he stay so strong all these months? How has he not given up? Part of me keeps hoping that one of these days someone will come and rescue us. But the other part of me thinks that if no one has come for Luke in all these months, they’re never going to come.

About the author:
Madison Quinn is a mom to three energetic boys who constantly keep her on the go. She's also a wife to an amazing husband.

She works full time in the human services industry and in her spare time she enjoys reading and writing. 

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lildevilgirl22 said...

I think the cover looks nice

Nancy P said...

Interesting cover

Laura said...

I enjoy books that make me feel a wide range of emotions. Would love to read this.

bison61 said...

I like the cover-thanks for the giveaway

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Bea LaRocca said...

I like the cover, synopsis and excerpt. This is a must read for me.

Anna Josefin Bergman said...

Looks good.

Stephanie LaPlante said...

Sounds like a great book.