Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Obscura by Jaden Wilkes Release Blitz


A brand new twisted mind f*ck from the dark diva, Jaden Wilkes!

I was torn apart.

That's all you need to know about me.

Some stranger dragged me into the bushes to shatter my world, destroy my body and ruin my future.

I thought I was done, but I found a group of girls like me and things are going to change. The world is going to hear our rage, loud and clear.

We're reclaiming our lives back, one punishment at a time.

And then there's Adam. Dear, perfect Adam.

With each kiss, he makes me whole. With each tender moment, he makes me believe again. And every time he touches me, I am torn asunder and rebuilt into something powerful and beautiful.

I never expected for my world to come tumbling down again. I never expected any of it.

And this time there are no pieces to pick up, nothing to rebuild.

This time, we all fall down.

Warning: 18+ due to extreme violence, sexual situations and mind fuckery of epic proportions.

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Avid Reader☆☆☆☆
3.5 stars
M/F Dark Romance
Triggers: Click HERE to see Avid Reader’s review on Goodreads for trigger warnings.

Grace is just your average college student until she is brutalized. What follows is a tale of how she gains her power back.

She becomes almost obsessed with finding people who harm others – brutalize them and who the justice system either hasn't caught up with or they seemed to skirt the system.

This is a dark tale and if you are faint of heart, it's not for you.

Zoe is another character, as well as Adam, who help Grace find her power, but who also have the power to take away her free will.

I enjoyed the psychological thriller and how the twists and turns wove through the story. While it was dark and twisty, it also had a quasi-good message about not living your life as a victim.


Angie☆☆☆☆
I always jump at the chance to read anything by this author. I love her and her books. This book wasn't what I was expecting, but still very good. It isn't for the faint of heart – this book has a lot of triggers in it, so please make sure you know what you are going into. With that being said, you are in for one hell of a ride. I enjoyed the story, it kept my attention and was for sure a page turner. Twisted as it was, it was a powerful story.


Shelby☆☆☆☆
Obscura was a difficult book to read, please be mindful of the warnings in the beginning – these are serious.

One moment, just one moment in time has the power to completely annihilate a person. That one moment has the ability to change one so completely that they don't know who they are. A weak person might not be able to rise from the ashes, where a strong person may not recognize the power they wield.

This story was devastating yet uplifting (in a twisted sort of way). Grace has been dealt a rough hand in life, she has to learn how to re-live her life. Thankfully, she has a few people in her corner that she can rely on. Zoe is one of those important characters, she is a wild-child where Grace is more meek and mild. I enjoyed reading about both of these ladies, I liked the differences between them. I liked how they both fed off the other.

Not many stories exist where women kick some serious butt. I've never read anything like Obscura, in this regard. Imagine a world where the patriarchy lived in fear of retribution from women! Just IMAGINE. I loved this aspect, absolutely loved it.

Overall, the subject matter was dark, it was twisted, and it was difficult. Please don't let this detract from the book, because this isn't the entire story. This story is about the strength and power that women hold.




Jaden Wilkes writes about the things that keep her up at night. Light, dark, love and hate… she twists it into incredible stories of romance, magic, psychological thrillers and mind f*cks.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Obscura by Jaden Wilkes to read and review.

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