“I have done a number of things to keep this man. I have lied and cheated. I have been sexy and meek, fierce and vulnerable. I have been. I feel giddy, euphoric, in awe, confused, converted, guilty for not having had enough sense to trust Tarryn Fisher’s wicked ways implicitly and. Dirty Red. Title: Dirty Red Series: Love Me With Lies #2. Dear Opportunist,. You thought you could take him from me, but you lost. Now, that he’s mine I’ll do.
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Fisber because I will never be a fan of Leah’s and I believe that she deserved everything that got handed to her. So, I wasn’t sure whether or not I would be able to enjoy the story from her perspective.
Book Review – Dirty Red by Tarryn Fisher
But she made her decisions. How fragile fisner my marriage, if all he has to do is look at her and I cease to exist?
I totally get what you mean about feeling empathy for Leah. I love my husband.
Not enough to excuse her behavior but enough to sometimes see where she was coming from. It was just sad to see the lengths she was willing to go to for a man that was clearly in love with another woman.
Still think he is involved 4. I can feel it — see it in the way he looks at me.
Unfortunately it just didn’t work for me. Sep 30, Christy rated it it was amazing. The Opportunist was easily one of the best books I’ve read this year or any other year for that matter and it made me become a huge fan of Tarryn Fisher as an author. He easily takes notice to Leah’s failing marriage. How often do you get a truly disgusting antiheroine as a protagonist?
She liked to judge everyone else, but all I kept thinking was she should look in the mirror.
The short answer is. She was telling her a story about when she was a little girl. I want to run at him, pound my fists against his chest for always mentally comparing me to her. In the midst of all the marital woes we get flashbacks that provide some insight on Leah.
I really felt for her, I get where she comes from, you cannot give what you never had. We do get some insight into her past and perhaps some reasons about why she is the way she is. The first book is written from Olivia’s POV, in both “past” and “present,” farryn we see all the scheming and conniving Olivia had to do to not just meet Caleb the first time but to steal him back bh.
It’s like they have tattooed on the back of their rdd. Made me feel like I was there, as with the last one. How can you put yourself through this constant stress, and mistrust, and worry? The descriptions, the details, the emotions, the dialogue, the subtext, the layers upon layers upon layers were woven together in such a way that despite how much I hated Leah, I enjoyed every word of this book. I really can’t say too much without giving things away.
Odio a Caleb y a Olivia.
Book Review – Dirty Red by Tarryn Fisher – Maryse’s Book Blog
Aug 17, Taryn rated it liked it Shelves: It was nice to see what was going on in that crazy head of hers. It is December 24th and I have not finished shopping, wrapping or cooking and my kids will be disappointed because this book has exhausted me!! I eye her gold hoop earrings which are big enough to fit my entire hand through. It’s been a while since I read about a character who was so flawed and repulsive and yet still managed to be interesting.
The things she does to Caleb and then, spoiler to her own daughter are just awful. And that is putting it mildly. She has always made me feel plain. I was really hoping that I would, but who really gives a damn about Leah? Leah needs pills, she’s virty a proper crazy woman!!!!
Good job Tarryn and thanks for finding it for us Maryse!!! Caleb decides to hire a nanny. Do I like Leah…no but she is alone and desperate…desperate fishet go to desperate measures.
I rooted against her the entire time. This book was way better than I expected it would be! I kept waiting for something big to happen but nothing did. I have done a n My name is Leah, and I will do anything to keep my husband. Scars should stay where fate put them. I wasn’t confused or lost with the changing chapters, except in the end when there was one chapter of Caleb’s point of view.