The Opportunist by Tarryn Fisher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I know I’ve picked this book because I know how different Tarryn’s stories can be!
I was about to know how different and challenging read I would get.
I try not to read anything about it before I choose the book.
As a human, I hope for a sweet end, not happy ever after but satisfying and real, mostly because I don’t want to feel that lonely in the dark .
This one almost killed me. seriously!
I’ve finished the book a month ago, only now I have the courage to talk about it.
I have to tell you that I do not cry very often and never for a book. I’ve changed.
We grow up seeking forgiveness or redemption. We have to carry our mistakes, our scars…but with time the pain will fade, but no, not now…not happening!
Shed some tears as part of a release sensation… it feels good now.
Awoke from a nightmare that became only a bad dream.
Only Tarryn’s moments keep me on the edge, make me experience a turmoil of feelings I can’t hide!
If the characters are so much alike me, I’m sure I need some kind of therapy after.
Thank God there is a sequel, because I need to know!