by Nikki Rae
Publication Date: August 20, 2015
Genre: New Adult, Dark Paranormal Romance
Casey Williams and her family are poor. Her parents work non-stop and so does she, just so they can keep the trailer roof from leaking. They’re getting by fine enough when the headaches start. Then there’s the nosebleeds. And the inevitable doctor’s bills. Fortunately for Casey, there’s MyTrueMatch.com: an exclusive, quick, and almost easy way to pay it all back before her parents even have to know. All she has to do is give a man she’s never met whatever he wants from her body. Inside or out.
~*REVIEW BY JODIE RAE*~
I rated The Donor by Nikki Rae FIVE LEAVES!
Wow…. What a powerful book! Since I received this book, I have read it twice because it was one of those books that I just couldn’t get enough of! The synopsis gripped me right from the beginning, and I enjoyed it so much. Not just enjoyed… but loved!
This story is about Jonah and Casey. Casey and her parents have been struggling with money problems since her dad has broken his back. Casey wants to do the best she can and help them out. She has even put school on hold so she can help her family. Casey finds out about a website from a co-worker called… MyTrueMatch.com. With communicating back and forth with a guy she meets by the name of Jonah, she flies out to be his donor. Okay, this is where I really want to stop the review. I did not read any reviews of the book and just went into it without a clue what it was a about and I enjoyed it so much more. I HIGHLY encourage you to read this book. There is so much depth in this story that it will leave your mouth gaping open. You will experiences so many emotions reading this book. I cried big fat tears from this book and I honestly can’t wait to read it one more time! I have never read any books by Nikki Rae before and with this book she has gained a new reader!
~*ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Nikki Rae is an independent author who lives in New Jersey. She explores human nature through fiction, concentrating on making the imaginary as real as possible. Her genres of choice are mainly dark, scary, romantic tales, but she’ll try anything once. When she is not writing, reading, or thinking, you can find her spending time with animals, drawing in a quiet corner, or studying people. Closely.