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Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite
Harlie is a small-town girl who has suffered far more than she should have in her life. But when her daughter is born, she decides that she will no longer put up with the abuse. It’s time to break free and save herself and her daughter. The divorce is definitely ugly, but it allows her to gain full custody of her daughter. Now, a couple years later, things are finally beginning to look up for Harlie. She has a new boyfriend and a new outlook on life. But her ex is determined to end that happiness and he’s not the only one. There’s someone else out there looking to end things for Harlie and Lex, too, and they’re not just going to stop at breaking up the relationship in Nefarious.
There are so many people who go through terrible things in life and then manage to overcome them. Harlie is one of those people and she’s one to look up to. No matter what life deals her, she seems determined to come out on top and do whatever it takes to protect her daughter. I loved this book because of Harlie, and Lex as well. Of course, Jack made a pretty good villain (until the real one came to light) but who likes the villain? Nefarious by Tina D.C. Hayes is a must-read and one that you will be recommending to everyone you know. Way to go, Harlie, you’re an inspiration for women everyone (even if you aren’t actually real).