Released: Feb 14, 2013
Series: Experiment in Terror #6.5
“…this short story had me squeeing with joy and jumping up and down screaming “I knew it!!!” while at the same time falling more in love with Dex than is really healthy.”
~ Under the Covers
At this point in the series, what you want more than anything is to get into Dex’s mind. Know what makes him tick and what makes him do the things he does. And this is the perfect little nugget of information to satisfy those cravings. Well, not satisfy, but appease.
I won’t lie, this short story had me squeeing with joy and jumping up and down screaming “I knew it!!!” while at the same time falling more in love with Dex than is really healthy. Especially considering that Dex really isn’t at his best and brightest points in this one. AND WITH MADNESS COMES THE LIGHT it’s Dex’s journey starting with the events in LYING SEASON. Why did he act like such an ass? It made so mad to read his behavior in the book but after reading HIS side of the story I can’t help but sympathize.
I repeat myself a lot but if you plan on reading this series, it is imperative that you read the novellas in the order they go because they are essential for your journey of understanding these characters and where they are at.
After reading this in Dex’s POV, my level of excitement to read COME ALIVE, the first full length book from Dex’s POV, is beyond any comprehension. CANNOT WAIT!
“I love her, more than anyone should love anything. The kind of love that either fills you up or eats away at you. I love her at my own risk. I love her…dangerously.”
I didn’t want to be that guy anymore, the one that hurt her. I wanted to be me. Perhaps the same me she had seen underneath all this time.
Hello, agony. I’d been waiting for you. Finish me off. Please.
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