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Black Light: Purged: A Black Light Short (Black Light Series Book 15) (English Edition) Format Kindle
Khloe finally has it all — good friends, a successful acting career, a Dom who loves her, and a bright future ahead of her. Despite that, old insecurities flare after she is turned down for a coveted role. Khloe quickly falls back into old habits that lead down a dark and dangerous path.
If she hurries, she can achieve her goal weight by the time anyone finds out. Because stopping is always the easy part, right?
Black Light: Purged is a short story set in the Black Light world. It gives a candid glimpse into the life of a woman who struggles with eating disorders. For this reason, it could be a trigger for some readers.
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- ASIN : B07PQ4PR34
- Éditeur : Black Collar Press (16 mars 2019)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 1177 KB
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 73 pages
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Khloe and Ryder are probably one of my most favourite couples that keep appearing in the Black Light series and in this novella it brings back to focus the anxiety and fears that haunt Khloe in her battle with her demons that effect her eating disorder, and I found it to be quite confronting while reading this but it gave me a better understanding of Khloe as a whole.
And with the love and support of her friend and bodyguard and her Dom Ryder who brings her back from the brink a meltdown...worth the 5 stars I loved it.
Short though this story is, I recommend it not only for the touching story between Khloe and Ryder, but also for the insight into the mind of how someone who suffers from an ‘eating disorder’ can validate to themselves actions which are terribly harmful.