The Beast is free (Poem)

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It can’t be tamed from now on…
I chose the Wild or did the Wild chose me?
That beast inside of me, is roaring……..
So loud I can’t ignore it…
That beast was tamed for such a long time..
Now it seeks the Wild, the Freedom…
I let it out, before it kills me….
It’s screaming and howling…
In pain or pleasure…I don’t know
I look in it’s eyes….
Dark eyes, wild eyes…
Eyes filled with rage and fire….
It pushes me and all I ever was aside…
Starting to laugh and starting to cry…
I close my eyes, pretending not to see…
But I see it all…
I see the Downfall of myself…
There are no rules, no limits anymore…
From now on it’ll always want more…
The beast comes to me..
It knows it is free….
I know I am free….and I am not free at all…
The beast slowly shows his teeth…
Like it want’s to say “Rescue me!”
I shake my head, because I can’t.
Now that it’s free, I know it will be killing me…
The beast understands…..
It knows where this will end….
I’m looking around to find some help…
I need to conquer it but I can’t
For far too long I have been hurt
I am too weak to fight…
I see a mirror on the wall…
I look at it, while the beast grabs my throat…
I am standing there, looking so innocent..
I know I was but this is the end..
No way back, no escape…
They have done this to me…
I know it wasn’t my fate…
I have only minutes left…
To be what I wanted to be…
To be who I was just a few days ago….
I feel I’m dying….
Another look in the mirror………
I shiver …
The moon is rising, I am dressed in his light…
For one last time I try to fight…
I don’t know what comes after this night…
All I know is what I see
The beast is free….
The beast is me….
(c) Audrey Valentine 2016
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Review of The Healer of Wounded Souls by Diane Adams Taylor

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The Healer of Wounded SoulsThe Healer of Wounded Souls by Diane Adams Taylor

Well it took me very long to read that book, but not because it was boring or such. I just didn’t have an E-Reader till a few days ago, so when my Kindle arrived I read the book in 3 days.
I did like it as it was very inspiring.
It is about Hope who has a bad accident, and is about to die………but she don’t
She heals because GOD has given her a special mission to complete, and so she becomes the Healer of wounded souls.
On her way she has to defeat some serious enemies who even try to kill her and her partner Nick.
I especially loved the fact it was about God, Faith, Helping others.
I liked the fact that Hope got more and more secure about herself and her part in the mission.
And it made me happy that many people were healed, would be great if that would happen in reality as well. So yes I enjoyed reading it, and while it was a bit too less to become one of my favorites it is definitely worth a read.
So get it and enjoy.

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Review of Whispers by Lisa Jackson

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WhispersWhispers by Lisa Jackson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Very interesting and totally different from what I am used to when I read books from Lisa Jackson.
I did like it though.
Just couldn’t stop reading, because I simply wanted to know what was going on in those families, even though it wasn’t to hard to find it out for me.
Anyway the story revolves mostly around two families: The Taggerts and The Hollands, enemies since a long time the Seniors don’t want to have anything to do with each other.
But when Harley Taggert and Claire Holland reveal their plans to marry, it escalates and it ends with a tragedy, with Death…..
16 years later Kane Moran, who once loved Claire is back in their Hometown, to find out what reallly happened, some people are not amused with that and try everything to stop him………

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Review of The Life intended by Kristin Harmel

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The Life IntendedThe Life Intended by Kristin Harmel

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I shall keep my review short I guess even though there would be so much to write about it.
This books is one of the BEST books I have ever read.
It was going up and down, sad, funny, romantic and just unbelievble beautiful.
I cried, I smiled, I was nervous.
First I want to say that this book touched me very much especially because just right now I go through an extreme hard time, I lost the love of my life, thankfully not to death like the woman in the book does but still it feels like I am dead now…….And reading this book with my current situation made it so so much more intense, I did see myself a bit in Kate and I hope that my life will make sense in the end as well as hers.
The story was hearttouching as it is about Kate who lost her husband on 9/11, 13 years later she starts dreaming of him and a daughter she never had, but those dreams are not just dreams for her, and how it turns out in the end it is like her husband leads her to a brand new life…….
Since I am believing in God though its hard to do in such situations its even more touching.
I am always thinking it is too late for me, I have nothing in my life, neer had a job, im 25, no man, no child, living with my parents….this book cheered me up for a while and that is something special. I hope to read more from this author.

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Review of Choked by Tania Carver

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Choked (Brennan & Esposito, #4)Choked by Tania Carver

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Was a good read, but I think no following book of these Authors(a man and his wife) come close to their first book “Surrogate”, that was magnificient and thrilling.
I didn’t like the next two books that much, this one though is better.
It is the 4th in the Marina Esposito series.
It starts with a big bang literally as there is an explosion in the house Marina and her family spent some holidays.
Not only is Phil now in a coma(her boyfriend), no also their daughter Josephina can’t be found.
Soon Marina will find out way as she gets a terryfiying call……….
On the next pages Marina shows what a loving mother is capable of.
But there is not only one evil person in this book, but 6…………
And who is that weird young guy who was just released from prison, where he spent many years for killing his mother and stepfather?

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Review of The Soul Catcher by Alex Kava

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The Soul Catcher (Maggie O'Dell, #3)The Soul Catcher by Alex Kava

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Good as always, I think about copying and pasting that in every future review when it is about Maggie O’Dell lol.
This time it is also Kathleen O’Dell, her mother who plays a bigger part in this story.
Maggie has a quite complicated relationship to her mother, I can relate.
It is basically about some murders that happen, and Reverend Everett soon becomes one of the Suspects.
He is the Leader of a sect.
Young guys(members of his sect) kill themselves in the beginning with Zyanid just becos they fear the Government, so they rather die then get caught.
Later in the story there is another suspect called Brandon a young boy and member of the sect.
There is also a very suspicious Photographer…..
This case gets very personal as soon as Maggie realizes her mother is also a member of the sect….

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