Elastic Hearts by Mary Catherine Gebhard
Nami has been subjected to a horrible ordeal and in the beginning stages of this book, she makes moves to gather evidence but then it transpires that the person she has accused, is a person of considerable power. This in itself, provides more issues and she is labelled as the outcast within the neighbourhood that she resides in.
She is determined to get justice for herself. She doesn’t want this ‘man’ to get away with what he has done to her. Whilst she is on this quest to get justice, she meets ‘law’. Law is a man who really does confuse her. She is intrigued by him but equally confused about what her feelings truly are towards him. She doesn’t have a handle on her feelings.
As the story progressed, it didn’t go as dark as I thought it was going to. However that really didn’t bother me as I was so invested in Law and Nami, that I was rooting for them from the first time they met. These two make me feel everything for them. They drew the emotions from their love and chemistry and found a way through everything to get the ending they deserved.