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Cut Too Deep by KJ Bell

Release Date May 27th

Book Description

A woman traumatized by her past, beaten, battered, and unwilling to trust.
A man held captive by his greatest failure, lost, and self-destructive.
Letters that unexpectedly bind them together.
Is their bond strong enough to survive each other?
As a web of deceit is revealed, will they be able to determine what’s real, and what’s worth fighting for? Or will they crumble under the weight of secrets that cut too deep?
Can Miller forgive himself and move beyond his fear of failing the one he loves?
Can Hadley accept the love she desperately wants but doesn’t believe she deserves?

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Cut Too Deep


Intense.  Revenge.  Hate.  Fear.  Hadley’s journey in finding her voice, believing in love and accepting love was intense to say the least.  Hadley has experienced a dark past at the hands of those who were supposed to protect and love her.  Understandingly so, this left her with trust in no one.  Enter Miller (Gio)!  Wow–“his way” sounds perfect to me!!  Every time I read KJ’s work I feel part of and deeply entwined with the characters and their lives.  KJ is descriptive to the extent that I can see it playing live in front of my eyes as though I’m there.  My connection with Hadley and Miller was solid, unbreakable.  I knew their motivations, their thoughts and I trusted both of them whole-heartedly.  It took me two days to read this novel as it had my mind spinning, my gut clenching, and my heart racing.  I was emotionally involved and these characters will stay with me.  The story moved slower than I’d have liked, but I revert back to my statement earlier of Hadley’s lack of trust so the speed also fit.  I wanted justice for Hadley so she could continue in her journey to finding peace.  Give this a try and find your next crush! Rating: 4 stars

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“Miss, are you coming?” Miller asked.
Hadley dragged her gaze from his neatly pressed trousers, stopping at his rugged and handsome face. Miller’s come-hither smile suggested he could make all of her fantasies come true. Not that she would ask him to.
She sought out the jagged scar that started in the middle of his chin and disappeared under his sharp jaw. It intrigued her. She had a similar one on her right cheek, faded and usually covered with foundation. His, thicker and more prominent, reflected a whisper of imperfection on an otherwise perfect male specimen. Only the stubble that typically shadowed his chin, hinted it bothered him. Hadley often wondered how he got it, but dared not ask. In truth, Hadley dared not speak to him, period.
“Miss,” Miller repeated, “are you coming?”
Am I coming?
Of course, Miller meant into the elevator with him, but Hadley interpreted it with an alternate meaning. His question rang out literally—the way Hadley dreamt about the previous night, Miller making her come until she begged him to make love to her. Her trembling thighs had woken her from the tantalizing dream.

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About the Author


K J Bell currently lives in California with her husband and three children. As a mother of three, when she’s not writing, she’s usually carting one of her children to their various activities.
She enjoys reading, and music, and is equally addicted to both.
Writing is a passion she simply can’t live without.
She loves hearing from her readers and can be found on various social media sites

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