Monday, June 19, 2017
Scars of My Past by D.C. Renee
My life was one of those teen angst rom-coms where the ugly high school student transforms herself into the beauty queen. Except there was no cute guy helping me along, no series of makeover shots with fun background music, no scene where I walked into the room and all heads turned to look at me while wind blew through my hair. I was the ugly high school student, and I did transform, but it wasn’t all peaches and cream.
Bullied so badly in high school that it ruined my life, I spent my senior year in therapy. It was there that I transformed – not just physically, but mentally as well. I wanted a fresh start and going to college across the country was my ticket to that. It was a whole new world, and things were great …
… and then came the blast from my past.
And he didn’t recognize me. What was a girl to do? Revenge, of course! My plan was to make him fall for me and then break his heart.
This is the first book by DC Renee that I have read, and what a book to start with! Right from the beginning I could see that this book was going to be an emotional roller coaster with how Genevieve had been treated in the past by Tyler. But when you really got into the detail of the book it showed you that all is not what it seems. The book was so well written and the pace was great, I felt that I couldn't put it down and wanted to get to the bottom of the story! I loved how the whole book came full circle and the epilogue left me with a huge grin on my face. I would definitely recommend this book it was a beautifully written well thought out book.
DC Renee is a financial analyst by day, and an indie author by night. She's been writing since she was a child, from poems to short stories, even fan fictions. She published her first book in March of 2014, and it hit the Amazon top 100 list in Contemporary Romance Fiction several times. Naturally, she loves to read! She also loves spending time with her hubby and their new baby girl, as well as her immediate family (in-laws included!). She speaks Russian fluently, and it might come with the territory, but she loves watching hockey. Go Kings! DC is really thankful for all the support she receives from her family, friends and most of all her readers and fans. She hopes you enjoy her books as much as she enjoys writing them.