Series: Songs of Perdition
Author: CD Reiss
In the end, did I stab him to be free of him? And free to what? F*ck? Snort? Party? Or free to be normal?
It was a very interesting situation, up there on Maundy,” Elliot said.
“Nothing like it in the world. It’s a safe place for people like me.”
“People like you? Can you be more specific?” He ran his finger on the edge of his blotter, and a chill went up my inner thighs.
“People like me means, I don’t know. F*ckers. We f*ck because it’s what we do. Bus drivers drive. Accountants account. Policemen police. I’m a f*cker. I f*ck.-Goodreads
Review: Another compelling read by CD Reiss. Fiona's finally remembers what happened that ill-fated night in the stables (it ties into events from Monica/Jonathon's story) and we finally meet Deacon. Elliot, Fiona' therapist, takes a darker turn and once again I could not put this down. The book ended on a slightly open ended note and I can't wait for the installment to come out (if there is one, not sure).