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To the Ends of the Earth

(Stripped #5)

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Another rundown apartment. Another job that pays cash. Every new city it becomes harder to hide but I can't stop running.

There are two men after me. One wants to save my soul. The other wants to claim my body.

Part of me wants Luca to catch me, even knowing what he's capable of. An enforcer. A fighter. The only language he speaks is violence.

How far will he go to find me?
Wh
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176 pages
Published November 14th 2016
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Renee
Nov 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review for Stephanie's Book Reports.

Two men are after Sara Elizabeth. One wants to take her back to where she was from and save her soul. The other wants to claim her as his own. Part of her wants Luca to catch her, even knowing the things he is capable of. He's a fighter. An enforcer. The only language he speaks violence. How far will each man go to find her? What will happen when one of them does?

Sara Elizabeth aka Beth spent her life
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Title: To The Ends of The Earth
Author: Skye Warren
Category: Romance, Suspense
Series or Standalone: Standalone
POV: Heroine's POV
Plot: 5
Characters: 5
HEA: Not telling


Fast paced, thrilling and steamy!!! I want Luca to fight for me too!
What happens when a girl from a cult catches the eye of a strong fighter? Mayhem and passion!!
Follow Beth's story as she tries to survive the ghosts of her past and a hurricane named Luca.
How far can someone go for the ones he cares about? To the ends of the earth,
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Nadia Debowska-Stephens (Obsessed by Books)
"Understand me, little bird? No matter how many times someone puts a cage around you, you never forget how to fly."

A fragile survivor baring a shotgun ignites a need in him he has never felt before. Hardened to the pain as a fighter in the underground Luca feels the ice around his heart melting as the unexpected turns his world upside down. Running the first chance she gets he really will follow her to the ends of the earth...and he does. Tracking her down he wants nothing more than to erase the
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“Someone needs to take care of you, little bird. If you aren’t going to do it, then I sure as hell will.”
- Luca

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“Sometimes surviving is the only kind of strength that matters. That’s the lesson I learned.”
- Beth

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“I had found my prince. He didn’t have blond hair or a white horse. He had green eyes and a mean left hook. And he had slayed every one of my dragons.”
- Beth
Jennifer
Nov 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
4 "Little Bird" Stars!!!

I really enjoyed Luca and Beth’s story. This was a great ending to one of my favorite series by Skye Warren!!!

à la Mode St. » fashion

A man like this isn’t anyone’s prince.

à la Mode St. » fashion



We first met Luca & Beth in Pretty When You Cry, where Luca is a bodyguard/enforcer and saves Beth from the cult. This book picks up at their beginning. I loved getting to know Beth’s story from her point of view. Beth comes from…..hell on earth. I cannot even imagine growing up in a cult. I can’t. If I even begin to thi
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Carla
Nov 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review for Stephanie's Book Reports.

*Carla's Five Star Review

To the Ends of the Earth is the new novella by the ever amazing Skye Warren!

Sara Elizabeth aka "Beth" has spent her short life in a cult. For years, she has been abused and violated all in the name of religion. Her only way to cope is to dream about the day her "prince" will come for her and take her away from the place that has become her own personal hell. Alas, the prince nev
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Tonya
Nov 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This is a great read. I love that we got to see Candy (from Stripped series) and Allie (from Chicago Underground). No, you don’t have to read the other series before reading this, the characters just make a cameo really. I was just excited to see them.

If you have read the Stripped series, Candy’s story, then you know the hell that Beth came from at Harmony Hills and from Leader Allen. Beth basically took Candy’s place when Candy escaped and ran off.

Beth is on the run. She is being chased though,
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Kimberly
Nov 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
We met Beth and Luca in Pretty When You Cry, and though this could be read as a standalone I don't recommend it. I would at least read Pretty When You Cry first.

Beth is on the run for her and her babies life. She is running from Luca because she fears the desire she sees in his eyes. She is also running from her brother because she is afraid he will take her back to the religious cult she was a prisoner of. And she will keep running no matter how far and will do whatever it takes to keep her da
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Barbara Ingram
Nov 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
✨✨✨✨✨5 Little Bird Stars✨✨✨✨✨

WOW! Skye Warren at her best! From the very first pages I could tell this was going to be an emotional and angsty story.

A religious cult
A sadistic priest
A young woman
A savior dressed in black

Beth

There’s no one here to protect you.” He may as well have shot me, instead of the other way around. There’s a hole where all my fight had been, my struggle, spilling scarlet. “How do you know that?”“Because if there was, you wouldn’t have been in that house.” And I leave Har
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Diz Reads 4TLOReading
Nov 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
I haven't read anything by Skye Warren before and read this without any knowledge of the characters. I didn't find it an issue, although I am aware that You meet Beth and Luca in Pretty when you cry.

This was a fast paced, had me on the edge of my seat and intrigued as to which way the twists and turns would go. The words flowed effortlessly.

Beth wanted a chance to breath and heal, for her and her babies. Especially after escaping the past she came from. Running from her brother and a man she l
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Scarlett Copperfly
Aug 17, 2018 rated it it was ok
I love Skye Warren. I think she is an amazingly talented author who does not shy away from taboo topics, which is a nice. However, I have some major issues with this book for two reasons:

1. I think Warren conveniently forgot everything the reader learns about Luca and Beth in Pretty When You Cry. I mean the entire ending of that book was completely ignored and everything was started from scratch in a completely different way. There's no cohesion. Frankly, this is not the first time I come across
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April Symes
This is Beth and Luca’s story- you first met them in Pretty When You Cry. I would recommend reading that book first to help with this story although this could be considered and read as a standalone. It does help to have read PWYC.
Beth is on the run for her and her little baby’s life. She is running from Luca because she is afraid of the desire he invokes inside her; she is also on the run from her brother because she thinks and assumes he will make her/take her back to the religious cult she wa
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Marishka
The last time we saw Beth and Luca was at the end of book three. Ivan and Candy reunite and they leave Beth and Luca at the cottage where she was living with Candy hiding out. They were found making out in the kitchen by Candy and Ivan and then they stayed behind.... there was no mention of that in this book. Why? What happened? How did they get separated? It's like that never happened when it did at the end of book three.

He also said that he and Ivan met when they were boys. That Ivan was livi
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KnottyGirl Reviews
Nov 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This is the first book in the Stripped series that I’ve read from Skye Warren, and I have to say, it certainly won’t be the last While Luca scared the bejeezus out of me at first, when he finally catches up with “Beth” and let’s her know his true intentions, I was hooked

The writing kept me spellbound for the entire story, even when Beth’s reasoning from growing up in a cult setting could be difficult to deal with at times seriously though, who wouldn’t want a hot, sexy man fighting to keep them
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Diane
Nov 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
I love it when my favorite authors tie up loose ends...thanks Skye.
To the Ends of the Earth is a quick, satisfying read where Beth and Luca get their HEA, I can't think of anyone who deserves it more than Sarah Elizabeth.
Nicky
Mar 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
It is a story of self-discovery, growth, learning about freedom, learning about love, learning about life. It is a story that will melt your heart. Fantastic series.
Marija
Jan 28, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: gr
this was way different from what i usually read. i mean the whole cult thing. the book was awesome though
Sharilyn Russell
Loved it

As always Skye brings it. I loved this book. A great love story where both souls are tormented and they find live in each other.
Maggie
Aug 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2017
Sad I don't have any more of this series. *sigh*
Lorrie
This was definitely not my favorite book in this series. The storyline was too sparse, and it was boring IMO. There were no sparks between Luca and Beth either.
Julie Safford
Jan 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great read

It's starts out intense that's for sure, but it turns around for the best. Luca and Beth get the happily ever after.
TinaNicole ☠ Le Book Nikita ☠
DNF at 75%. I just can’t anymore.
Georgia
Mar 07, 2018 rated it really liked it
A good follow up to finish Luca and Beth’s story
Yolonda
Jul 06, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This was too short! As soon as I got into it it was over.
Karrington ( Blog of Books)
Dec 28, 2016 rated it really liked it
Loved this novella!
Julie
Mar 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Skye Warren fan here and any chance to catch up with past characters from her Stripped series and I'm there! Had always wondered if anything happened with Sarah Elizabeth aka Beth and Luca and this, their story doesn't disappoint. Takes place after her baby is born and she and her daughter are on the run from her brother Alex who is just as damaged as she is after life in the cult. Beth is also on the run from Luca whom she, with only the cult experience to go from, can't believe wants her for a ...more
DrG53
Mar 02, 2017 rated it liked it
I love this series. I love Skye Warren. It's okay. Definitely the weakest one in the series.
Dawn
Feb 22, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sweet ending

I've enjoyed the stripped series. I did feel like the last few books had great storylines that were over so fast and had so much potential for a longer book. They all gave us a HEA, but there was so much more that could have been expanded on.
Molly Norlatti
Troubled leaving this review

So as I said, I'm troubled. The story itself was just ok. I'm glad I read the other books in the stripped series, or there would have been holes in the story, even tho it says stand alone.

I am troubled because I don't like leaving anything less than stellar reviews for Skye. I have been a fan of hers for years. And I realize that she is growing and changing as a writer, but I miss her old stuff...like Wanderlust, and Prisoner-co written w/Annika...Skye used to be my
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Stripped (5 books)
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  • Pretty When You Cry (Stripped, #3)
  • Hold You Against Me (Stripped, #4)