Review: Affliction (Chastity Falls, Book 3.5) by L.A. Cotton



Dennis Hayes knows all too well that his life is no place for a relationship. He’s at Chastity Falls Academy to play football and do his job. Not meet girls or have fun. But some rules are meant to broken, and the second his lips touch hers, Dennis knows he’s going to break his most sacred one: never let your heart rule.

Cassie Malson watched her friend’s life fall apart at the hands of The Fallen—Chastity Falls Academy’s football team. She never expected to end up in the same position. The lies. The sneaking around. Telling herself it’ll all work out in the end. Because deep down, Cassie knows if she isn’t careful, he’ll bury himself so far in her heart she might never recover.

They’re from different worlds.

They want different things.

It can never work.

Can it?

Affliction is a spin-off novella from the Chastity Falls world. It can be read as a standalone.



***I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.***

Well everyone wanted Dennis and Cassie’s story and now they have it! You get to see a completely different side of Dennis as he fights his feelings towards Cassie so he doesn’t put her into danger like Jackson did with Ana. Even though Dennis knows Jackson didn’t do it on purpose, he just couldn’t live without Ana. As you read through the book, you see Dennis fight with himself to figure out if what he and Cassie have is worth risking her life.  You can tell he truly cares for her and only wants the best, but it seems as though he fell in love with her before he even kissed her.

If you have read the Chastity Falls Series, I highly recommend this book as you see a different perspective of Dennis, Cassie, Jackson, and even Ana in some parts.


Rating: 5/5


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