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Rellik Kindle Edition
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I placed my advance order MONTHS ago for this book, based on nothing that some very, very interesting teaser pictures and the evasive blurb. (I now know why it was so evasive... I get that it is hard to put the story into a brief synopsis)
But because of all of that I made the fatal mistake of opening the page with preconceived expectations, why, I don’t know.
Rellik delivers a punch but it just might not be the one you are expecting!!!!!
Parts of this book were absolutely exceptional, others left me confused but what was never in doubt was the fact that these characters were superbly written, I just got the feeling that their story was curtailed, that they had more to say, there was more detail to divulge and that they were being confined.
This story could have been huge but it fell a little short, in that the story itself just seemed to be too big for the words that were trying to tell it, if that makes sense.
Ella and Rellik (Ryder) were complicated characters with histories that had shaped and formed their personalities, both had suffered immeasurably and both had been dealt a s*** hand by those that were supposed to care for them.
But their paths were inextricably linked and that link would be their saving grace.Read more ›
Undoubtedly one of the best books of 2014. It’s different from what I imagined. I expected a typical dark romance but nothing about “Rellik” is typical. This book is extraordinary in every way – the plot, the characters as well as the writing style.
This book captivated me, lured me in and didn’t let me go. I lost sleep over it and was late for work because I couldn’t stop reading. I don’t even know where to start.
From reading the blurb, I expected Rellik to be the world’s biggest jerk with psychopathic tendencies. Instead, I was introduced to a hot-as-sin rockstar that though consumed by darkness, is still more human than he gives himself credit for. Fate has treated him as her own personal punching bag, leaving him broken and void of any happiness or joy. Trying to get through life without being haunted by his memories, he chooses to live an empty life – women, booze and no attachments.
This changes when Ella enters his life. Feeling an inexplicable connection, he can’t help but allow her to get under his skin – not realizing that they have more in common than he could ever imagine. Instead of her frowning upon his thirst for revenge, he finds support from her that he would have never expected.
As easy as it would be to hate the person that is Rellik and the things he does, he makes it hard to see things in black and white. He managed to bring my views of right and wrong out of balance. He totally got under my skin.
The versatility of his character allows him for a lot of depth, making it hard to judge him. He isn’t just a man who was broken and who now enjoys to break others. There is a sweet and caring side to him.Read more ›
To say I wasn’t disappointed would be an understatement. It is raw and brutal and had me totally engrossed. I’m not one for bands and rock stars (even small time ones) in books but I pushed this personal dislike aside, as I’ve done many times, because from the very start, I just knew this was going to be an explosive storyline.
Rellik and Ella each have shocking backstories that have shaped them into the characters they are. Rellik is hard, fast and hell bent on retribution and causing pain. Ella is struggling to save herself while seeking the means to move on. Together the pair are dangerous yet strangely perfect, they see the best and worst in each other and bring both out in spades. This fact makes it very hard to tear your eyes away and so you’ll read on and on.
The first half of the book leads up to and sets the stage for the action to come. Best brace yourself because once the secrets come pouring out, the story will break your heart, put it back together and have you cheering for the bad guy.
review by Charlotte Foreman on behalf of BestChickLit.com
Most recent customer reviews
I liked the book but did not love it. I love a dark story anytime but it was not as compelling as I wanted it to be. Read morePublished 17 months ago by The Belgian Reviewer
Liked the beginning part of this story but the second half seemed really rushed to me. I couldn't believe how quickly the climax of the story came around, kind of spoiled it for... Read morePublished on 17 July 2015 by Michelle H
It's nice to read a story that's not predictable. Thoroughly enjoyed and read in one sitting. Continuous plot twists throughout.Published on 23 April 2015 by Chymonne
I loved it all about this book, loved the main characters, their journey throughout the whole story. It was very interesting book from the very beginning to the end. Read morePublished on 26 Jan. 2015 by Anna Zofia Sobczak
I couldn't wait for this book to come out and I really loved it!! It is a bit more violent than the norm for me but I loved that (i mean that in the least weird way possible.. Read morePublished on 25 Nov. 2014 by naomiosully
Of all the books to be released this year, this was one I was waiting for - did it live up to the hype? Yes. Read morePublished on 5 Nov. 2014 by Taz