Friday Reads – Scar by Dee Aditya

I’m cheating today, I actually finished Scar by Dee Aditya yesterday, but since I haven’t started a new book yet I’m going to count it as my Friday Read of the week. I’m not big on Sci-Fi, but I do like me a post-apocalyptic story every now and then…or even more often than that.

Scar has a complicated family situation, illegal fighting, forced prostitution, and of course love. The world is one of great injustice and oppression. I greatly enjoyed the story and hope there’ll be a sequel out soon. I want to know more about the world and more about the warden.

If you’re into dystopian tales I suggest you check Scar out. It was written as a part of the Don’t Read in the Closet event and you’ll find it on Goodreads (M/M Romance Group), or here: *

ScarGabriel Lamb decides to go to the ninth district for peace and quiet after he is released from prison. A meeting with a stranger, and a case of restless boredom brings him to the illegal fighting rings that thrive in the ninth. Here he meets the most irreverent man he has ever seen, who still manages to rouse his protective instincts.

Russ Andrews has spent all his life in the ninth, fighting in matches to earn the money that lets his family eat. The ring is where he meets the bored new fighter who irritates him and arouses him in equal measure.

A tentative friendship turns into an arrangement of mutual comfort. But then, Gabriel isn’t prepared for the rush of possessiveness he feels for Russ, and Russ isn’t prepared for his world to crumble around him. As things come to a head, they must learn to lean on each other to get through the tough times.

* By clicking the Books2Read link you’ll be taken to an external page. Links to Smashwords, Kobo U.S and Amazon contain affiliate links that earn me a small commission at no additional cost to you. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.


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