The Replacement & The Prisoner by Rachael Wade Tour Review + #Giveaway

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The Replacement By Rachael Wade

The Replacement by Rachael Wade
Publication date: January 27th 2014
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult

What it's about

*Contains sexually explicit content and mature subject matter, including language and elements of abuse.*

A gritty New Adult drama about a young woman’s self-destructive quest to find purpose, self-worth, and love in a broken world.

My name is Elise Duchamp. I’m twenty-three years old and I’m known as the town whore.

No, not the kind who exchanges sexual favors for money. The other kind. The kind who gives it all away for free, whenever and however she likes. I am that girl. The one everyone whispers about and the one none of the girls seem to like, because all of their boyfriends either want to sleep with me or already have. Promiscuity is my thing—the kind that slowly, violently turns my insides black, but gives me something I need.

All things considered, I’m not completely reckless. I’m safe, and contrary to popular opinion, I do have a heart. I live in a world of careless choices, and with those choices come careless people. I cannot judge them, because I am one of them. I too bow down to the altar of the self-serving. I am not a good friend. I am not and never could be anyone’s girlfriend. I’m convinced any goodness in me shriveled up and died long ago.

But I am a replacement. That is something I know how to be, and this is a story of the lengths I’d go to in order to keep it that way.

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The Prisoner By Rachael Wade

What It's About

***THE PRISONER is a novella (approx. 25,000 words) intended to be read AFTER The Replacement. Contains explicit material and language.***
My name is Christian Walker, and Elise Duchamp is my drug of choice.
No matter how hard I try to break the habit, it’s a lost cause. Okay, maybe I haven’t really tried to quit this particular habit. All I can think about is owning her. Making her mine. Can you really blame me? With that sinful body, luscious mouth, and wicked tongue, she’s every man’s dream, and she knows it.
No one is immune to her charm, not even me, a man who has everything—a beautiful wife, an office with a view, and more money than most people can spend in one lifetime. Only I know how to make her toes curl. Only I know her body better than the other men she screws in her free time. None of them can compare to me.
But the joke is on me. I’m the prisoner.
The one who will never compare to him. The one man who makes me see red. His name is stored in her cell phone. It’s the first one she calls out to, the first one she cries for when all hell breaks loose. Ryder Jacobson.
The name makes me cringe.
She loves him, and I love her. In my own way, I always will. But the bad guy doesn’t always belong with the bad girl. Sometimes the bad girl needs a good man to believe in her, to give her that final push toward ultimate transformation. I wish I was that good man. That I could be her happily ever after. I guess that’s the thing about prisoners, though. They’re left alone with their torment, and in the end, they have no one to blame but themselves.

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I am going to say up front that I am giving this 4 stars.  The Prisoner is just as well written as The Replacement was and it deserves it.  That being said I almost wish I had read this first.  I read The Replacement back in January and fell in love with Elise and Ryder.  I didn’t know how hard it would be for me to backtrack and read about her relationship with Christian, since I already knew the outcome and knew who I wanted Elise with.  I think this would have been a 5 star for me if there was more to make Christian tug at my heartstrings, make me almost wish she had chosen him.  I think if I would have gotten to know more about Christian and felt emotionally attached to him, that would have pushed it over the edge for me.

As it is, I read The Replacement first, I knew how it would end, and I couldn’t forget while I was reading, looking for points where things happened in the other book to tell me where we were at in her and Ryder’s getting to know each other.

Now that this one is released, I would say read this first, but the blurb said to read The Replacement first, maybe you should do that and get to know Elise and why she is the way she is?

Either way, definitely give these two books a try.  They are both great reads.

Thank you for my copy of The Prisoner!

Rachael Wade

Meet The Writer

Rachael Wade is the Amazon bestselling author of The Preservation Series, The Resistance Trilogy, and the upcoming sci-fi series, The Keepers Trilogy. When she’s not writing, she’s busy learning French, watching too many movies, and learning how to protect animals and the environment. Visit her atwww.RachaelWade.com and www.LightsOnOutreach.com, or come chat with her on Twitter via @RachaelWade.

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  • http://www.xpressoreads.com/ Giselle Cormier

    Great review, Heather! I love it when a story is told from a new angle like this. It sounds like a really good novella even if you didn’t emotionally connect with it as much as you could have.