Sunday, August 7, 2016

REVIEW: Constricted (A Flawed Short Story) By Becca J. Campbell

Logan’s secret has been exposed. When Jade—a beautiful student at the college where he teaches—discovered the truth, he spilled the whole repulsive story. Jade’s empathetic kindness flooded him with emotions he didn’t know he had and isn’t sure he wants to deal with.

It would be the easiest thing in the world to leave and let Jade be a whisper in his past. He can exit now and regain his anonymity, or he can risk everything to stay and face her again.

It’s not an easy choice, and when he’s about to decide, a woman from his past shows up, making his decision even more difficult.

What really happened when Logan disappeared during Empath? Find out in this short story companion piece to Flawed #1.


This was an amazing novella.

 Full of the sexy gorgeous mysterious Logan.

He is by far my favorite of the male characters in 

this series. I definitely identify with his side 

of protecting himself from getting hurt. Hes truly 


This shows a very vulnerable side to Logan that is 

a must read for anybody into the Flawed books.

Hes truly a fascinating character with his rapid 

hair growth problem and growing up in the foster 

care never feeling loved or cared for.

Violet is such a volatile self absorbed character. 

Definitely one i despise. She only cares about 


This is wonderful to read to learn more about 

Logan and how he truly is what he feels. Gives you 

amazing insight into his character.

5 Stars

An avid lover of stories that tiptoe the line between fantasy and reality, Becca J. Campbell looks for new angles on bridging the gap between the two. She holds a special place in her heart for any story that involves superpowers or time travel. Her passion is defying the limits of her own creativity.

Becca's journey into writing began as many of her other creative endeavors do - by daring herself to try something new. The question "what if I wrote a novel?" and some hastily scribbled notes on a church handout were the inspirations that jump-started her first book. Since then, she has written half a dozen additional novels and several shorter works.

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