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|Length: 214 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Arrggghhhhh. I wanted to like this a lot and show my solidarity for another self-published author. It takes a lot to put yourself out there and that's probably a big reason for my three stars instead of two.
Firstly, I'll try not to dwell on it but - if you like your books to have proper sentence structure, commas in the right places (or at least places that makes sense) and all the words to be the right ones - then this book is not for you. It was really sloppily edited and while errors can slip into any book, this one was full of them. If you can overlook that or don't notice such things then you should give this a shot. It actually gave me a headache.
The story is your basic love triangle with a bit of dominance thrown in. Both men are ridiculously over bearing and quite frankly any normal girl would have told them where to shove it really early on. Her past is only hinted at so you can't get a sense of why she feels like this pair of absolute c**kends is the best she can do. Also, I think that there's a distinct lack of her inner voice - she says things that seemingly come out of nowhere and sometimes it would be nice to understand what she was thinking. There's definitely a lot of back story missing and while I can appreciate this the first book in a series (which I did not know when reading it!), I feel like there needed to be a lot more back story included in this first part. It was incredibly frustrating trying to second guess what was going on.
So is it any good? Well it's not the worst thing I've ever read. I will probably read the others when they are released to see if anything becomes any clearer. Not sure I'd passionately recommend it to anyone though.Read more ›