Comfort Food

Comfort Food - Kitty Thomas Straight up disturbing. There was nothing enjoyable about reading this book, but I couldn't put it down either. My insides got all twisted around while I was trying to decide what to feel, how to connect with this story. There is nothing and I mean NOTHING in any way redeeming about the captor in this story. There have been a few books out recently that feature an Stockholm Syndrome where the captor is redeemed, or at least partially redeemed by the end.

This is not that story.

There's not one pleasant feeling you're going to take away when you close this book. It sort of formed a knot in my stomach that still hasn't gone away three days later.

I had to read this after all the hype. I had to know what everyone was talking about. Am I sorry I read it? No, but it certainly wasn't a pleasant few hours. I had to read two fluff romances after this just to get it out of my head.

For me, the ending was really the worst part. It could have gone the way of Stolen, or the way of the Captive in the Dark duet, it did neither of these things. It was much, much worse. It royally messed with my mind.