So to be honest I didn’t really know what to expect from this book when I started it. The genre wasn’t really in my wheelhouse, so I wasn’t sure if I would like it or not. After finishing the 7 chapters that are out, I have to say I did enjoy it.
Exploit Me comes out on a weekly basis, so I am excited to read the story as it comes along because I did enjoy it.
It wasn’t my facourite book in the world, but I’d be lying if I said it didn’t hit home a little bit for me.
I’ve never lived through what Charm writes about, but I don’t think you need to have to be able to take something away from reading this.
The main character is going through many issues, and her world seems to be spiraling around her. Things are getting worse and worse for her, and we get a peak into her mind about how she deals with it.
It’s a little heartbreaking, seeing a character struggle with no end in sight. Usually theres an answer to the problem, or somebody who can come save the day, but as we read Exploit Me, these realities are becoming more and more distant.
If you’re expecting a story with a happy ending, I can’t tell you that it’ll turn out that way. So far, up to Chapter 7, it’s rough. It’s tough to read about a character that is struggling with so many aspects of her life.
I’ve been involved with people who struggle with their self-worth, and the little bit I know about it makes me aware that it isn’t easy.
To wake up every day fighting against yourself and the world. It’s not an easy job, but people do it. People do it day in and day out, fighting.
I’m excited to see where the rest of this story goes. The chapters are relatively short, and you could probably read the whole thing in under an hour if you started right now, and I do recommend reading it.
You can find it by clicking this link.