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Credence Penelope Douglas

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Title Credence
Author Penelope Douglas
Originally published 13 January 2020
Original language English
Genres Romance novel, Fiction, Erotic literature

Credence by Penelope Douglas PDF – Summary

  • In Credence by Penelope Douglas, Growing up with famous parents in Hollywood should have been a blessing for only child Tiernan de Haas. Money, vacations, designer clothing, the seventeen-year-old has plenty of…stuff. But the two things she craves most, love and attention, she’s never had. After the tragic death of both her parents, Tiernan finds herself being shuffled off to her step-uncle’s home in remote Chapel Peak, Colorado.
  • Even though she’s never met Jake Van der Berg, or her step-cousins, Noah and Kaleb, she figures she’ll give staying with them a try. At least the mountain scenery will be beautiful. And Tiernan’s certainly used to being the odd person out, so that won’t be anything new.
  • ‘It doesn’t matter where I go–how I change my surroundings or run from all the places and people I don’t want to see. I’m still me. Running, leaving, hiding There’s no escape.’ But once Tiernan meets her “family” and realizes she’ll be holed up with the three strangers for the entire snowy winter alone, she’s not sure it’s such a good idea. Then tension between them is unnerving. Tiernan has never been so conflicted in her feelings before and has no one to turn to in hopes of sorting through it all. One thing she does know is that Kaleb, Jake, and Noah are fiercely protective of her. Which, even though it’s a little scary, is also nice.
  • Tiernan has never felt so much affection or like someone has her best interest at heart before the Van der Bergs. And she’s not at all certain she’ll be able to leave them once springtime rolls around.
    First off: Credence will *not* be a book that will work for everyone. It is super twisted, dark and forbidden, and pushes some major boundaries.
  • It’s difficult to explain without giving away too much, but you can imagine where things led to with an almost eighteen-year-old beautiful girl moving into a remote location with three handsome guys right before winter, where they were going to be snowed in for months.
  • Yep. Lots of sexy time. And where Tiernan was technically family–even though she’d never met them before and they were not blood-related–the attraction to her “step-uncle” Jake and his sons Kaleb and Noah, her “step-cousins”, might put some readers off. It honestly skirted the line for me at times. But somehow with Penelope Douglas’s emotionally-driven writing and with seeing things through the multiple POVs, it worked out okay in the end for me.
  • There was an interesting mix of characters and personalities in Credence. And I honestly think that what held my attention most was seeing Tiernan interact with the guys and with the locals from the closest town. Some of it was, yes, over the top.
  • But it was raw and honest, watching her heal from the loss of her parents while also learning who she truly was as an individual. Tiernan had a lot of drama in her life, unfortunately. And Kaleb, Noah and Jake brought even more of it to the situation. I do think readers will (eventually) like where each character ended up, but boy will it be a bumpy ride getting to that point.
  • Of all of them, I think Kaleb is likely the one who will be the most misunderstood/least liked until the last quarter or so of the story. So basically, I’d say to just give each of them a chance to show their true selves and you might be surprised in a good way.

About Penelope Douglas

  • Penelope Douglas is one of the very talented and famous American authors.
  • She was born in 1977 in Dubuque, Iowa, United States.
  • She is also known as New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author.
  • There are many books of her which have been translated into nineteen languages.
  • The translated books are included The Fall Away Series, The Devil’s Night Series, and the stand-alones, Misconduct, Punk 57, Birthday Girl, Credence, and Tryst Six Venom.

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