Jul 032013
 
Review: Branded

This was a quick moving story about love and survival. Lexi hasn’t had an easy life, and things just get worse when she’s falsely imprisoned for a crime she didn’t commit. Not only is she imprisoned, but she’s branded for her supposed sin, and it’s not a pretty one. I felt the setting was underutilized. The Hole wasn’t used for much execept a backdrop to Lexi’s suffering. It could have had a much bigger presence. Instead, the story focused more on the romance, which was hot and clean, but a little insta-love-y. The storyline itself moved very quickly, at times […]