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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1537345486
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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
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Top Customer Reviews
This is probably the best for me of the two but it is a close run thing.
More of these please Cole.
"Sometimes we find what we want in the strangest places."
I'm picky when it comes to the falling-for-your-abductor trope; it's one I've struggled with in the past because of stereotype and predictability. But here I am, eating my words, because The Found hit every spot. It's dark, it's gritty, it's unpredictable, and you feel everything the characters experience: it keeps you on your toes and has scenes that are, to be quite blunt, as hot-as-f*** and those which are heartfelt. And if you love those elements, then you'll devour every single moment.
"It’s not about capturing you. It's about showing you the pleasure in giving up control."
I loved Priest. LOVED HIM. Beneath the monster is most definitely a man, one with so many layers and I appreciated each one--the cold calm assassin, the tortured and tormented man battling his demons, and the man capable of deliciously dirty things. He stole my heart, put it through the ringer and I was there in that room with him and Willow every step of the way; sweet, vulnerable Willow who was stubborn as hell, determined and, when she wanted to be, downright kick-ass. And the chemistry between them is something else with build-up, fight and discovery as Priest unleashes a side to Willow she never knew existed.
"She’d expected him to torture her. To hurt her. She hadn’t expected it to be like this, his touch invading her in ways she’d never allowed anyone...Read more ›
There's a bit of poetic and lyrical language used, however there are also too many words just for the sake of them; monotonous dialogue particularly from the female mc, ‘Firefly’ (she’s got a name but I forget it; this is ‘his’ nickname for her). My favourite books have highlights and annotations all over them; this one has text highlighted for the first time in Chapter 12; halfway through the book!! Firefly has two sides to her (don’t we all); one’s ‘dirty’ and the other – isn’t. Sounds like me, lol.
“Don’t, the rational part of her mind cried. More, the dirty thing inside her begged.”
I think the author means to shock us with Firefly's constant bleating’s about her ‘dirty bits’ but they became a parody and quite funny. I’m laughing as I type this, lol. They were never real or believable. I’m still not sure why she thought she was so ‘dirty’. Omg. She seemed rather the opposite to me. If she’s ‘dirty’, I’m as filthy as they come. ;-)
‘Priest’ the male mc also fights his demons. But again, I just couldn’t ‘believe’ him either. He is very 1 dimensional; little back story as to what ‘made’ him a bad boy. I just knew he was going to ‘cave’ and become ‘nice’, and he did. I need my Alps to stay tough and nasty; delicious and dark. Priest is just pretending to be a badass; he’s really a pussy cat.
Characters: Priest and 'firefly' initially both had some interesting vibes to them, but 'firefly' ultimately irritated me to death; she had no idea what was going on, and she's 24!! She kept remembering events from her past, which I found totally uninteresting, and couldn't have cared less about.Read more ›
Not so here I found myself lost in the dark with these characters. We're all afterall both good and bad trying to stay in the light.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is a real page-turner, and one I didn't want to put down. Highly recommended. Will be looking for more of Cole McCade reads.Published 3 months ago by Beehappy76
No review I could write would do justice for the brilliance of this book.
I was shocked, mesmerised, intrigued, breathless, appalled, enraptured and absolutely overcome... Read more