Nowhere Left to Hide Review

Nowhere Left To Hide – Reviewed By: Crystal Trent Dotson

By: Elle Amberley

Reviewed By: Crystal Trent Dotson

Natasha Parker is a smart and beautiful young woman who has endured a childhood of distrust , pain , and abuse. She has closed herself off while finding ways to hide from those who caused her scars.

While attending college in England , she is offered to go to Santa Barbara for her last year , while a bit scared , she’s excited for the chance. Once there she has no problem finding friends , she hits it off with Mike , Kirsten and Tyler. Her and Kirsten become best friends and Natasha starts spending more time with Tyler, who is trying to figure her out. While trying to build a new life for herself she is still haunted with her past, and finds it hard to open up and trust others.  While Tyler is trying to take it slow and not be pushy , Natasha finally opens up to him and tells him her dark secrets, it’s a difficult road for her to go down , but it gives her a sense of relief , and helps to make life easier.

Natasha finds love with Tyler , she is finally happy , but after graduation her visa expires and she will have to return to England . With both of them going through emotional hell , Tyler is determined to be with his woman , and does something that no one was expecting.

I enjoyed this book , it is emotional , yet funny and easy going. Natasha had a horrible childhood , but she stayed strong and upbeat.  Its fresh and clean and I will be passing it on to my teen daughter and mother.

Thank you to the lovely Crystal for this great review, much appreciated.
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