Jessie (2020)

Jessie My name is Jessie And I cannot leave Jessie has always been an afterthought forgotten At the hands of her cruel mother in law and spineless husband Jessie s spirit has been slowly broken She is their
  • Title: Jessie
  • Author: Susan Shultz
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jessie
    My name is Jessie.And I cannot leave Jessie has always been an afterthought forgotten.At the hands of her cruel mother in law and spineless husband, Jessie s spirit has been slowly broken She is their household slave, a waste of time and resources, a useless parasite.That is, until the mysterious Blacksmith comes along, who imbues Jessie with his silence and strengthy name is Jessie.And I cannot leave Jessie has always been an afterthought forgotten.At the hands of her cruel mother in law and spineless husband, Jessie s spirit has been slowly broken She is their household slave, a waste of time and resources, a useless parasite.That is, until the mysterious Blacksmith comes along, who imbues Jessie with his silence and strength.Jessie has been abused beyond repair But thanks to the Blacksmith, her dark heart is finally full.And for those who have crossed her, nightmares are about to come alive.
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    1. Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Full Fathom Five and NetGalley My name is Jessie.And I still cannot leave This was such a sad story Even though I knew where the story was heading because we were told it in book 1 , I couldn t help but feel sorry for poor Jessie, and everything she went through Being unwanted by her own family, having nowhere to go, being abused by her mother in law, and then what happened to her baby Poor girl 7 out of 1 [...]

    2. Thank you to NetGalley and the publishers for a chance to read this book in exchange for an honest review.Publish date April 2015Full review can also be found on Paein and Ms4Tune s Book BlogThis is pretty much a prequel It goes back to the beginning and tells you how the graves came to be in Ainsley s garden It doesn t quite explain WHERE the blacksmith came from, but it does explain why he stuck around It s hard to say too much about this story, again as it s so short, just 58 pages and I don [...]

    3. Susan Shultz hauntingly tales is the perfect book to pick up during the Halloween season Jessie story 2 In The Blacksmith, Ainsley introduced us to Jessie and the babies grave, with a little backstory Now we get to hear Jessies story, and if it doesn t pull on your heartstrings It dark with an underlying kinda love story Tales From The Graveyard was a good, dark, haunting story Each story was different, but had the same occurrence, Ainsley I really enjoyed the way Susan writes it s dark, fits wi [...]

    4. Here is a story that tells you all about the beginnings of the graveyard, the history of the house in which Ainsley later lived It will tell you just a bit about the Blacksmith and his poor lover Because this time it s all about Jessie A girl who was forced to marry a man she didn t love and live in a house with his mother who hated her and was apparently jealous of her.While reading this, you can t help but feel sorry for the poor girl It seems like everything and everyone was against her and [...]

    5. stares in awe wowThat was awesome This story was amazing Oh man, I thought the first story was good, but this was better I loved the flow of the story and to me, it just reached out and grabbed me I couldn t put it down I m in awe of Susan Shultz s writing I really can t wait to read the next story, I really hope it lives up to the awesomeness of this and the previous story.

    6. I think I gave myself a headache while reading this because of having a permanent wth look on my face I love the idea of this story, but wish it was better developed It was very choppy and just didn t flow well I love the darkness in these stories, but wish there was to them I will continue to read the rest of this series I m curious to see where this is all going.

    7. Continued dark brillianceSusan Shultz first dazzled us with The Blacksmith She amps the eerie up higher with Jessie Her work is deep, dark, and powerful I m excited to continue reading her writing.

    8. I received a copy of the collection from Netgalley, In exchange for an honest review Actual rating 2.75This one wasn t quite as bad as the first one, but I still didn t enjoy it that much.I m hoping there s another improvement with book three.

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