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Rewriting the Rules by [Moose, S.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 894 KB
  • Print Length: 223 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01D3I7X8M
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
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Rewriting the Rules is a story about a girl (Charlotte) who falls in love with her brothers best friend (Troy). In typical fashion they are torn apart only to meet again years later. Charlotte deciding Troy is who she wants and loves goes after her man. Only its not as easy as she thought. Troy is no longer who he was with Charlotte, closed off and cold hearted she has a battle ahead of her.
I enjoyed this story.It was a quick and easy read if a little predictable and at times drawn out. Some great side characters and an open ending with the possibility of a spin off. One which I would look forward to reading.
Hot men and hot sex scenes throughout you really can't go wrong.
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I was kindly provided with a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

This book definitely should have been one that I loved as it covers a second chance romance with the added twist of it being an off limits romance between a girl and her brother's best friend. However, I struggled with certain parts of the book and at times found it difficult to keep interested.

Charlotte and Will are brother and sister that are extremely close and look out for one another. Will gave up on pursuing his own dreams so that he could be close by and look after Charlotte after their parents die when they are both still teenagers. Will's best friend Troy is also protective of Charlotte and is there for her after her parents death. It doesn't take long before they become quite a close trio and whenever Will had something to do such as play football Troy was always there for Charlotte and this led to them spending lots of time together and of course over time their feelings developed into more than just friendship. Keeping it from Will as he has strong opinions on who is good enough for his sister leading Charlotte and Troy to decide to wait and tell Will when Charlotte graduates from school. Of course things happen and this promise of being together and then telling Will doesn't happen and Charlotte dates someone else.

Fast forward a few years and Charlotte and Troy are brought back together and she is determined to get her man this time round regardless of Will. I was fine with the story so far and was keen to see how it would play out but ended up being quite frustrated with what happened. I understood that things would be in secret and there would still be the issue of Will but there was so much back and forth that I was fed up with for the most part.
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I would love to know who it was that invented or came up with this whole bro-code gibberish, the whole sisters are off limits scenario that it is just so pointless, when have you ever known a man to do as he is told! Really!!!
Life stood in their way and tore them apart when they were just teenagers but could Charlotte and Troy try again or had too much happened in the interim?
The young and naïve Charlotte had longed for and loved her brother Will’s best friend Troy for years but when family tragedy struck, her life and Troy’s were never going to be the same again because despite their commitment that after college everything would be as they planned, life had other ideas and when her brother almost railroads her into a relationship with a guy she really doesn’t want to be with, I was beginning to wonder if this was the book for me.
But she found her inter steel and when Shawn intimated that he was ready to settle down, she did exactly the opposite and took off!
She only had one place left to turn, one man she hoped she could rely upon and the pair of arms that she had dreamed of and that she knows without a doubt that she will be safe in…Troy’s.
But Troy isn’t the man she once knew, he has closed himself off in many respects and I have to say that I actually found his attitude really hard to get a handle on, it was as if he had forgotten the part he played in their relationship coming to an end, he didn’t seem to want to acknowledge that while she had left she really didn’t have much of a choice as it was with her brother and Troy didn’t exactly go hunting either of them down!
His attitude was harsh, I got that she had hurt him but was it all on her?
He poured all his anger and blame onto her. Justified or not, I was ready to swing for him!
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This is not something that I like doing but for me this book was a 3.5star read, but I just didn't connect with the characters.

This is a second-chance, forbidden love story about Charlotte who falls in love with her brothers best friend Troy, her brother had invoked the 'no dating sister' rule, who made that up anyway. They decided to keep their relationship a secret from her brother until after she graduates high school. However things change!!!!!

Fast forward a few years and both are living in different places and in committed relationships which are neither happy in. Charlotte decides it's time to break-up with her current boyfriend and turns up unannounced on Troy's doorstep.

Anyway I won't give away the story. The reason I'm giving this book only 3.5stars is down to the characters, I just couldn't connect with them. Troy was constantly giving off mixed signals, one minute he was flirty and seductive and then in the next breath he was pushing Charlotte away, I get he was torn but dude make up your mind already. Charlotte for me was just plain and simply irritated me, she needed to grow a back bone where her brother was concerned and stand up to him.

Having said that I do look forward to future releases as I did enjoy the authors writing style just not these particular characters. I still recommend reading it and decide for yourselves.
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