Shattered Within: Mendocino Series Book Two

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Secrets are powerful, deceptive, and can run so deep, they can trap a person in their own personal hell, destroying you and everyone else around you—especially the one person you love the most.

Sexy, ruthless billionaire, Ben Worthington, will stop at nothing to protect Lily, including shielding her from his secret.

Lily’s near-death experience triggers Ben’s nightmares of his secretive past. More
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About Donetta Marie

Donetta Marie grew up in Paradise, a small town in Northern California, in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains. You may know it as the Campfire that destroyed 90% of the town from a wildfire caused by PG&Es faulty powerlines. She currently reside in Washington, DC. She graduated with Honors from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelors degree in Secondary Education in Social Studies. Her main passion of studies is anything related to Geography.

When Donetta is not writing, she loves to read, watch movies, swim, shop at framers markets, and travel (including a book in one hand and rum drink in the other). And she enjoys good food, coffee, wine, conversation with close friends, and snuggling next to someone special by a warm fire.

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J M reviewed on March 27, 2020

As the second installment in the trilogy, Ben and Lily’s relationship continues. What comes into play in this book are deep, dark secrets that both Ben and Lily are hiding from one another. And the psycho who is still stalking Lily continues to wreak havoc on her, which also has a devastating effect on her relationship with Ben. The real question here is whether or not they can survive the secrecy and emotional turmoil they have each created. The author again delivers big time with a credible plot and characters you become emotionally attached to. It is superbly well written, and at times, you will be saying to yourself, “the suspense is killing me!” Another must read!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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