Saving Avery

Saving Avery Avery Mason had it all the nice house the fancy clothes the expensive cars and the perfect husband On the outside looking in her life appears to be perfect But inside Avery knows her life is far f

  • Title: Saving Avery
  • Author: Angela Snyder
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  • Page: 322
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      Published :2020-03-09T04:37:21+00:00

    Avery Mason had it all the nice house, the fancy clothes, the expensive cars and the perfect husband On the outside looking in, her life appears to be perfect But inside, Avery knows her life is far from perfection as her husband s carefully constructed fa ade slowly starts to crumble.Forced to fake a happy marriage while enduring physical and mental abuse from the manAvery Mason had it all the nice house, the fancy clothes, the expensive cars and the perfect husband On the outside looking in, her life appears to be perfect But inside, Avery knows her life is far from perfection as her husband s carefully constructed fa ade slowly starts to crumble.Forced to fake a happy marriage while enduring physical and mental abuse from the man who had once been her whole world is taking its toll And ever so slowly, Avery finds herself slipping into an existence where she is gradually becoming a shell of her former self.When Dr Max Harrison transfers from Chicago to North Carolina, his world is flipped upside down the moment he sees Avery With one glimpse into her blue gray eyes, he can see the pain she is so desperately hiding from the rest of the world As Avery attempts to push him away, he becomes convinced that there is to her than meets the eye And when he finally uncovers her darkest secret, the pieces of the puzzle slowly start to click into place.Max and Avery want to be together, but nothing in life is ever that simple It s not going to be easy to get her away from the powerful Mason family, but Max will risk everything to protect her His only concern is Saving Avery This 98,000 word novella is a romantic suspense stand alone novel with explicit content and is intended for an adult audience It is not intended for people under 18 or people with triggers

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    • NMmomof4 says:

      3.5 StarsOverall Opinion: This was a good story about a woman freeing herself from years of abuse with the help of a great man. Yes, technically it was a cheating book -- but not a typical one by far. Avery had attempted several times to leave her abusive husband, but because of the power he has she has been unsuccessful. This isn't a story where it is just that the woman is unhappy and steps out on her husband, or even that she is being abused and steps out on him instead of leaving hime is lit [...]

    • Tiana411 says:

      4.5 starsI love to read romantic books but I want the author to make me believe in the love story without rolling my eyes and get sick from the sweetness. I was starting to think that maybe something was wrong with me when people were giving books 5 stars and I thought 3 stars. I don't like cheezy over the top stories where the author really tries to tug on your heartstrings with books made for hallmark movies. I want a realistic love story that's plausible and hero's that don't make me want to [...]

    • Jeanette Book-Reviews says:

      WOW!!!I have to say it's not for the fainted hearted as it's an emotional story revolving around domestic abuse & suicide attemptAvery was only 18 when she married Nathan Mason (Rich & Powerful) She had her future all planned out but as soon she laid eyes onto Nathan, she was swept of her feet as he was so charming & caring.On the outside, she's the one every girl wants to be - perfect husband & life Little we know that she's so unhappy & afraidShe meets Dr Max Harrison at th [...]

    • T.W. Barton says:

      Let me start off saying that this book was not what I expected. I had not read the book blurb as I read the authors first book and really liked it. I had assumed that this book would be of the same genre. That being said I was still not disappointed.The story centers on two types of human relationships that couldn't be more different. It is a romance, a story of the discovery of an impossible love, while also exploring a subject that is more pervasive than we would like to admit.Avery, young, ca [...]

    • Kairi says:

      The book covers a heavy subject and the author was not afraid to describe the realities of an abusive relationship.The premise of the story was great but it was, in my opinion, extremely repetitive. Every couple of pages, Avery would talk about Nathan’s façade. Then a couple of pages later, Max would talk about how sorry he felt for her. I acknowledge that these are important points to get across to the reader but it nearly took up 75% of the book until they did anything about it. I don’t u [...]

    • Tracey says:

      Trying to review this book is hard, what to tell you and what not to!This book is amazing, the story, characthers and writing are superb.Its not an easy read though as it is about a woman trapped in an abusive relationship. Avery is a vibrant young thing when she meets the handsome Nathan, before you know it they're married, they appear the golden couple t all that glitters is gold. Avery has a life of hell, her husband is horrid, I wanted to cut his balls off with a blunt blade! Life for Avery [...]

    • Cat Elliott says:

      I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book. I have no clue where to start! I've been waiting-sort of-patiently for months for this book. I knew it would be brilliant, but damn, it was even better than I had anticipated!I just wanted to grab Avery from out of the book to save and hug her! She's a fantastic character, who unfortunately got the short end of the stick in the monster husband area. I could have quite happily killed Nathan, fictional I know, but still He's an awful fictional hum [...]

    • Brigitte says:

      Avery plans to take a year out to travel through Europe before embarking on her college venture. When she meets Nathan a successful PlasticSurgeon, she is smitten and abandons all her plans. They get married and not long after, Avery realises that Nathan isn't who he appears to be. He dictates each and every aspect of her life and she is subjected to mental and physical abuse. She is no longer the carefree person she used to be and working on the children's ward is the only place she feels happy [...]

    • Bev says:

      Saving Avery gives you an honest yet brutal look at spousal abuse. So if this is a trigger for you, you've been warned! The author doesn't shy away from laying it all out there, and my heart broke for what Avery endured. How her life as an adult that should have just been beginning was stolen from her by the abusive POS that was her husband.Cue Max, her saviour. He was just perfect for her, he supported, encouraged and enabled Avery when no-one else including her pathetic family would. I thought [...]

    • Izabela Monick says:

      Deceiving PerceptionsAvery had a very handsome, successful husband and lived in a dream house with a patio overlooking the ocean. To an outsider, her life seemed perfect but to her it was a living hell. She tried to run away from the verbal and physical abuse, but every time her husband found her the punishments were greater. Just when Avery was broken and about to give up, she met Max-a gorgeous, sensitive, and protective man, who turned her world upside down. The only question was: would he be [...]

    • Lane Hart says:

      I'm so glad I got a chance to read an ARC of Saving Avery! I have been so excited about this book that I couldn't wait until the release date! If you're looking for a unique romance with incredible, heartwarming characters, then this is the book for you. Avery is a young woman who is trapped in a horrible relationship. She's starting to give up on ever finding a way out, but just in the nick of time a knight in shining armor comes to her rescue. If there's really a such a thing as a perfect man [...]

    • Katie Keller-Nieman says:

      This book perfectly brings to light how easily someone's obvious suffering can go on ignored by the people around them. How difficult it can be to pull yourself out of a terrible situation, and how escape can seem impossible without help. The mind is a soft, malleable thing, that can be pushed, pulled and reworked until the person you've become is nothing like the person you were. This happens to Avery. She is trapped in a terrifying situation that goes ignored by those around her. We learn how [...]

    • Mercy says:

      Thanks to the author for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest review.Full review can be found here."Avery, I'm going to help you. I promise."I'm not crying, YOU'RE crying. Jerk. *wipes tears, blows nose*Saving Avery is a heartbreaking, and beautiful story on such a depressing, unforgiving subject of domestic abuse. Not something to read for those who have any sort of triggers pertaining to the subject of abuse and/or suicide, Ms. Snyder takes her readers on an emotional roller coaster [...]

    • Cynthia says:

      This is a very emotional read I doubt you can read this and not get emotional yourself. Let me paint the picture for you. You are young just out of high school you meet a dashing man that takes your breath away. From the first night you never want to leave his side, he makes you feel special tells you, you are the most beautiful women he has ever seen. He buys you gifts and gives you the world, than you say I do and overnight your life changes. You never know what you said nor did. you just know [...]

    • Léatitia Brière says:

      ***I got the ARC in exchange of an honest review !***From my blog :Saving Avery is one of these books I knew I would love, just by reading the blurb. I already read two books Angela Snyder wrote and each time, it was a real pleasure. I enjoyed the writing and the story so much. And today, I am glad to talk to you about Saving Avery. As you can see, this is not an easy story to read, meaning the topics are sensitive. Domestic violence is an awful and monstruous thing, one of the worst a human can [...]

    • Brienne Dubh says:

      Avery is a carefree young girl who plans to travel the world when she meets Nathan, the son of her father's friends.They have a world wind romance and end up get married quite quickly. But instead of a marriage filled with love and happiness Avery finds herself trapped in a life devoid of love and full of domestic violence. Humiliation, rape and daily violence became the norm for Avery and her once lively spirit is beaten down.Then she meets Max.Max is a doctor at the hospital where Avery volunt [...]

    • Romance Between The Sheets says:

      I was given an ARC for a honest reviewVING AVERY will take you on an emotional roller coaster. I admit I have not read many books with this type of storyline as I know it will affect me quite deeply. This story makes you appreciate the wonderful man you have in your life and hope that your own daughter will have the same.Angela Snyder takes you on a journey, you have to be strong for Avery and know that in your heart at some point after a bleak winter she will be given a spring season to burst o [...]

    • Kat Loves says:

      I received a copy of this in exchange for an honest review.When we first meet Avery, she is a typical teenage girl. Freshly graduated from high school and looking to ditch her fathers graduation party in order to go and party with her friends but on her way out the door, she comes runs into the Mason's, a true power couple and her father's close friends. With them is there very handsome son Nathan. Avery finds herself immediately bewitched by Nathan and his dashing looks and charming persona and [...]

    • Lauren says:

      Saving Avery is the kind of book that will leave so emotionally exhausted that you’ll need to take a break from reading for a few days. Snyder’s tale follows Avery’s journey from external darkness to finding her internal light. Her situation honestly could be ripped from any newspaper headline. Her life is far from the perfection she plays it out to be. Her husband is abusive and she endures it because the man who she once loved more than the world itself it now gone. When Max comes into h [...]

    • Cyn says:

      Let me start out, by congratulating Angela Snyder on a marvelous, astounding, encouraging; a nail biter to the end of the book, should be an award winning book!!Angela you brought me into this book and kept me in it for two days straight reading; only putting it down for my 3 yr old, cooking, sleeping, etc. lol I myself was on the verge of being controlled by a former fiancé , before I met my wonderful husband, Ricky. I was lucky to be able to fight and leave, but my friend who took my leftover [...]

    • Helen (Blissfully Bookish Besties) says:

      Avery Mason has a perfect life, or so it appears on the outside. In reality she suffers daily at the hands of her physically and mentally abusive husband, Nathan. Max Harrison is a doctor who recently transferred from Chicago to North Carolina. As soon as he meets Avery he sees the pain she hides from the world and he is determined to save her.Avery meets Max when he starts working at the hospital she volunteers at, she tries to steer clear of him as she fears the repercussions of them starting [...]

    • Ashley Johnson says:

      I don't even know where to begin, it's kinda hard to see the keyboard from the tears. I'm not gonna lie the reason I wanted this book was because of the name Avery, that's my daughter's name. I read the first page and was like wow, this was me last year. I was in the same exact spot. Just wanting it to be over. I have read a few books with the main character being the subject of domestic violence but for some reason this one touched my heart more than any of them. I connected so much with Avery, [...]

    • reading the sheets says:

      Avery Mason….her life looks perfect from the outside but from the inside Avery suffers mental and physical abuse at the hands of her once loving husband Nathan.Avery is slipping further and further into the shadow of her former self fearing she will never escape but just when she thinks theres no hope she meets Max.He is a doctor hes transferred from Chicago to North Carolina,he meets Avery at the hospital where she volunteers she fears what wll happen if she talks to him so tries to steer cle [...]

    • Traci Sanders says:

      Saving Avery is a harrowing, behind-the-scenes look at an abusive marriage. The characters are portrayed with such conviction and authenticity, readers will sympathize with the victims as if they know them personally. Being a woman--one who has fortunately never been affected by abuse--many of the scenes were unfathomable and painful to read. It's too easy for an outsider to say, "Just leave the jerk," and many situations are more possible to escape than others, I'm sure. But in this story, the [...]

    • Amy Barkman says:

      It's been quite some time since I've read a book that's made me feel such a wide range of emotions all at once. I was on the edge of my seat throughout most of it, knowing that eventually evil in human form, aka Nathan, would find out about the slice of happiness and peace Avery finds in Max and do everything in his power to take it away from her. The text really flows easily, and I honestly just couldn't put it down. There's very vivid imagery surrounding all of the bad that happens to Avery, a [...]

    • Barbara says:

      I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.This book simply held me from the time I began until I was finished. Dealing with the subject of spousal abuse,this was not an easy read in the sense that there were many times I wanted to reach through the pages and throttle Nathan. Avery, a 23-year old girl, married the wealthy and handsome Nathan, becoming his trophy wife. Little did she imagine what the union would bring. Hiding the evidence of Nathan's constant abuse, Avery lives [...]

    • GraceAnne Noble says:

      As much as I like Angela Snyder's first novel, "Vampire Next Door", I have to say I enjoyed this book even more! I even ended up staying up way too late to finish it. I won't give any spoilers away in this review, but know that the characters and flow of this story are top notch. All the characters are fully developed and continued to surprise me as the story went on, Avery especially. Just when you think everything is hopeless she shows you another side of her that catches you, and might I say [...]

    • A Beautiful Book Blog says:

      OMGThis bookIt was heartbreaking and a simply wonderful book. There is not many times when I read a book that I become completely 100 invested. This book was unbelievable heartbreaking. What Avery has to go through no one should. This is a story I think everyone should read. I love love love Avery, she is in this dark, lonely, scary , heartbreaking situation. To her there looks like no way out. Even though her life seems hopeless. She is so amazing and strong, I was rooting for her this whole bo [...]

    • Rose Marie says:

      I'd have to say that this has been one of the easiest books to fall in love with. Once starting this book I had not anticipated how difficult it would be to put it down. Though wonderfully written by a talented author this book was quite emotional to say the least . Dealing with difficult issues of domestic abuse and suicide attempt . Each encounter between the characters for example, Avery and her abusive husband were each written with great detail bringing you a sense of what kind of life Aver [...]

    • Cee says:

      Saving Avery is one of those memorable books that would linger way after you finish reading it. That was how I felt when I first got my hands on it and that is still how I feel after I am long done with it. What is so good about it is the reality that Avery’s story could happen to anybody. The book is so well-written and the details are so vivid that I thought I was reading someone’s diary and not a fictional story. The author was able to convey an important message without distorting the re [...]

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