REVIEW: Vengeance by Zane

Mega bestselling author Zane returns to the world of her hugely popular novels Addicted and Nervous in this dark and exhilarating follow-up featuring a beautiful but emotionally damaged pop star desperate and determined to enact revenge on those who have caused her to hide behind her fame.
After fleeing from Atlanta years ago following a traumatic event, Caprice Tatum decides it’s time to return to her roots—only this time, she’s coming back as Wicket, the international pop sensation who’s the very definition of fame and fortune. And while she may be the perfect diva onstage, offstage she’s desperate to finally lay her past to rest. Her plan? Revenge.
The deeper she worms her way into Atlanta’s most elite circles, the more Caprice unravels, putting herself and the few people she trusts at risk, including Jonovan, her childhood crush whose compassion and allure is almost too hot to handle. When her father suggests she see a therapist, Dr. Marcella Spencer, Caprice finally begins to pick up her pieces and find an inner-strength.
But can Caprice truly overcome her past? Or will it drag her even further into darkness?

I really wanted to like this book because I loved Addicted and Nervous, but it simply didn’t do it for me. Everything about Caprice/Ladonna/Wicket was a tad too much for me and my taste. In my opinion, thirteen years was a long time to wait for another story involving Dr. Spencer. I’m pretty sure diehard fans of Zane will love it though, but this one missed the mark for me. 

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