Review by Tara
While we have watched Dan sparkle in the shadows of Faith, Scars of Silk is where we get to see Dan shine.
â€œThis woman isnâ€™t for real. And Iâ€™m pretty damn sure sheâ€™s not supposed to be mine.â€
Struggling through his dadâ€™s death, Dan plummets into the darkest place heâ€™s ever been. Nothing soothes his pain, and when his best friend moves on with her life, Dan only sees one thing…the end. When a chance meet happens, Sienna cannot walk away from the tragedy that is Dan. He reminds her too much of her haunted past. Taking a chance, Sienna enters Danâ€™s dark world, a world that makes her remember and feels things she has tucked away. Together, they try to battle each otherâ€™s demons, but at what cost?
â€œItâ€™ll hurt like hell, but as his strong, tattooed arms link around me, I know I canâ€™t do anything else. It’s just this, and Iâ€™ll take any scars it gives me just to have it for one moment more.â€
Seriously…Dan…sigh. Anna brings so much to Dan and Siennaâ€™s story. So much depth, and emotion and sexual tension. I read this whole book in a matter of hours…I just could not put it down. With each word Anna writes, your heart will be exploding with hope and crumbling with fear of the unknown. I would recommend reading Annaâ€™s other books in this series first: Tears of Ink, Tears of Glass and Tears of Gold.
â€œI never expected to see him again. It was meant to be fun; but now heâ€™s here and I can taste him, I know itâ€™s so much more.â€Meet the Author
A book hoarder and coffee addict by heart Anna Bloom loves to write extraordinary stories about real love. Based south of London with her husband, three children and a dog with a beard, Anna likes to connect with readers, fan girl over her favourite authors and binge watch Supernatural while drinking lots of wine.