Hell and Back by Natasha Madison….Review


Meeting him was a fluke. Dating him was a mistake. Watching him become a drug addict put me through hell. Running was my only option.


I’m running from my demons and when I find out she’s trying to escape her past, I know what I have to do.

One broken cop. One woman fighting for her life. A fragile love.

Sinister secrets that threaten to tear them apart.

They’ve been to hell. The hard part will be finding their way back together.



This was my first book by Natasha Madison and she has won me over completely. 

Hell and Back is a rollercoaster of emotions.  And I wasn’t expecting that at all.  Honestly, I wasn’t expecting too much since this was my first book by Natasha and she blew me away.  This book was more than anticipated.  And I think being a mom had me feeling more with this book.

Bella and her daughter escape their nightmare after an intense night.  She flees where she knows no-one can find her.  But it also where she finds unexpected hope and love from her neighbors. 

These two know true monster do exist.  And it’s that truth that holds them back from truly letting others in.  But both Jackson and Brenda don’t let that stop them.  Brenda becomes the mother figure that Bella had in her grandmother before she passed away.  And Jackson vows to protect them both no matter the costs.

You heart will be tugged back and forth with all the emotions throughout this book.  You will feel everything that Bella goes through – the good, the bad and the freaking awful.  But you will also feel the undying love Jackson has for Bella and her daughter.

I not only loved the hope, love and affection in this book, but the suspense and mystery that Natasha wove in throughout this story definitely kept me on the edge of my seat.  And let me tell you, I did not see the huge twist coming at all.  My only gripe was the almost inst-love on the hero’s part because it just seemed too unrealistic in ways.  But the delivery of the message of this whole book completely overruled that small issue for me.

“I don’t deserve you. I don’t deserve anything you have to give me,” I say as I trail kisses along her neck, “but I’m not walking away from you.”





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About Natasha Madsion
When her nose isn’t buried in a book, or her fingers flying across a keyboard writing, she’s in the kitchen creating gourmet meals. You can find her, in four inch heels no less, in the car chauffeuring kids, or possibly with her husband scheduling his business trips. It’s a good thing her characters do what she says, because even her Labrador doesn’t listen to her…


  1. Kathy Valentine says:

    Shared on all my socials

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