Published by Self-Published on December 6th 2016
Genres: Dark Romance
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When my eyes are closed, the monster can’t ever see me.
When I sing a song in my head, the monster can’t ever hear me.
When I pretend my bedroom is a playground where I play hide and seek, the monster can’t ever find me.
The darkness should frighten me.
I should worry I’ll find more monsters…monsters scarier than him.
But I’m not afraid.
It’s safe here.
When I’m inside of my head…
He. Can’t. Ever. Touch. Me.
Q&A Review by Liezel & Angie:
Do you think there is a time limit for rekindling a romance?
Liezel: 12 years seems like a long time for anyone. So much shit changes in one year alone and being that Kady and Yeo first fell in love at a very young age I thought it would be difficult for them to rekindle their relationship but man was I so wrong… It was as if no time passed at all.
Angie: In normal instances then 12 years is a long time but with Kady and Yeo nothing is normal. He kept in touch with her the best way he knew and really never left her. With their situation, I think it just shows how amazing of a man Yeo is and how much love they both have for each other.
What didn’t you like about the story?
Liezel: At first, I had issues with timeline going back and forth but like Angie mentioned below it was a necessity. After I got over this issue it was all uphill from there. I know now – never to question Kristi ever again!
Angie: Nothing. I thought it was perfect and I loved it. Give Liezel time to read the whole book and she’ll understand why we needed the flashbacks 😉
Is there a line you wouldn’t cross for someone you love?
Liezel: This is why I loved this book, it makes you consider these things…. the “what would I have done if I was in this given situation?” questions.
Personally, I would have my limits but in Yeo and Kady’s situation, it seemed that Yeo didn’t have any at all. He literally would have done anything for the love of his life and I loved him for it. Yeo’s integrity was remarkable.
Angie: I don’t know how to answer this. I mean yes there are some lines like I wouldn’t pull a Casey Anthony or go on a killing spree like Bonnie and Clyde. With some other exceptions depending on the situation I would do anything for my husband. Except for chaining women up in my non-existent basement. Sorry honey. Lol
What did you like about Kady and Yeo?
Liezel: Despite being apart for so long I loved they feel right back into each other like no time was lost at all. I loved that Yeo’s love for Katy had no bounds. He was committed to her wholeheartedly. As a matter of fact, she was just as committed although in an entirely different sense. The love that they showed for each other was magnificent. They truly were the epitome of soulmates.
Angie: I think Kady and Yeo have a love like no other. Their relationship isn’t easy by any means and it takes a strong man to live such a broken woman but he does it flawlessly. He loves each part of her despite how broken and dark it may be. He accepts her as a whole. Kady’s love for Yeo is so intense and he’s her anchor. He makes her strong and grounded. He’s her protector. She needs him probably more than he needs her but it works for both of them. I love their relationship. This quote sums up their relationship perfectly.
“I love you at your best and I love you at your worst. I love every single part of you. I always have and always will. I even love the parts I hate about you. How fucking weird is that? And I’ll continue to love you in every capacity, no matter how strange that makes me. I’ll fill in the missing voids of your heart with parts of mine,” he whispers while his cock still twitches inside me. “Together, we’ll be whole.”
Would you recommend this book?
Liezel: K. Webster never seizes to amaze me. Just when I thought her last book was the best of hers I’ve ever read she comes up with THIS. Whispers And The Roars is definitely the best of hers that I’ve read. I am looking forward to seeing what she will come up with to top this!
Angie: Yes I would! But not only because K. Webster wrote it but for the book itself. It’s a book not many authors have written and flawlessly at that. Whispers and the Roars is one of my top favorites from her and definitely one I’ll never forget!