Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Glue by D.W. Plato is a sizzling romance with very memorable characters and a powerful plot. Dacia’s marriage hasn’t been a happy one and she has suffered a lot of emotional abuse from her husband. When she decides to leave him, she believes she is about to take control over her life, but she finds herself on a path that leads her to experience sexual relationships with a variety of men and become introduced to drugs. At first, she has the illusion that she is in control, but her life takes a downward course and she is set for self-destruction. Follow her story and discover the role a young man, Christopher, the man she’s vowed never to love, plays in her life. Can she settle down with him? Is there a way for her to experience real freedom from her addiction to drugs and sex?
With a great cast of characters, the reader is introduced to a world where sex is the order of the day. The author writes about the perils of drugs, explores the psychology of a drug addict, and builds a psychological conflict that will have readers glued to the pages of the story, excited to find out what happens to the characters. The narrative is wonderfully done; the narrative voice is focused and delivers the story from the perspective of the protagonist, creating a direct link between her and the reader. D.W. Plato has a gift for character and plot and Glue contains many elements that establish the work as a great piece of entertainment. It is engrossing and highly captivating, with great prose, wonderful dialogues, and characters to root for.