Review of Damaged Doll: The Beth Series by Jennifer Bene @jbeneauthor

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

She was broken, damaged beyond repair after she returned home from the tragic time she was held captive. Beth couldn’t seem to move on like the other women held by the Williams brothers. Her parents didn’t understand what she was going through, but they loved her and only wanted to help her get better and back to the young woman she was prior to her abduction, but that could not happen. She was changed forever and there was no going back to the woman she was. She couldn’t talk about what happened to her with her parents because she was protecting them from the ordeal. She didn’t want them to suffer with her.

He and his team made it their mission to rescue and bring home as many girls, boys, women, or men that were taken and being sold or help captive. It wasn’t a fun job by any means, but they were determined to do what they could to rid the world of the dark, dirty, cruel people that kidnapped, sold, bought, or abused these people. When they got a hit about one of the women that had been taken by the Williams brothers being in danger again, Jake is determined to find out if she is still safe and protect her at any cost, he just didn’t expect that she would turn his world upside down in the process.

I really like this book, it is dark and tragic, but on another level, it is a beautiful story of finding that one person that understands you and takes you as you are, no misconceptions, wanting to change you, or looking at you like you are crazy. Jake helped Beth come out of the darkness she was drowning in, and he and his team treated her like a woman that was living her life but protecting her in the process. They didn’t treat her like glass ready to break at any moment. This was the first book I read in the Beth Series, but I will go back and read the first one and I am looking forward to reading the next one. I loved the characters and the story. I give this book a 5-star review and look forward to more.

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