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Stepbrother, Mine (Taboo Book 1) by [Dowson, Mandy Lou]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2171 KB
  • Print Length: 153 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00RI26ZTI
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
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I've sat and read SBM in one sitting. Picture this, a day off from work, everything done and dinner for the kids prepped and ready to finish cooking when they reach home from school, a hot water bottle, a fluffy cover, fave spot on the couch with my kindle in hand and no disturbances for a few hours. Heaven right. That's exactly what my day was like today. So it is, with the greatest of pleasure's, that I can leave this little review with you all.

Mandy Dowson, my fave Irish girl and author friend, I have loved this story from the first time you sent it me to beta read a couple of months ago. Now seeing the finished product, loud and proud on my kindle, gives me the chilly Willie's. Because I knew, I would be reading something fabulous. I love how you split into 3 parts, love both POVs, love the love, anguish, emotions and more through out the whole book. The characters, the dialogue, the whole shebang. To say you only have 4 books published, it feels like you've been here forever.

Stepbrother, Mine.. All I can say is that it deserves more than the 5 stars amazon will allow, it deserves being pimped again and again, shared beyond the stars, and everything beyond. You, my girl are freaking aawesome, fantabulus, fan-freaking-tastic. Now go, be proud and enjoy the fruits of your labor's. Love you to moon n back :-)
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I enjoyed this book but for me it was a bit predictable and I knew what the outcome would be. I am a big fan of the Stepbrother books, and although it was a good read, it wasn't one of the better one's. The end was rushed I thought and like I said a little predictable
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Step siblings getting together isn’t really a taboo subject. I can understand if two kids had been brought up together since babies to suddenly launch into a romantic/sexual relationship it would come across as almost incestuous, but these two didn’t meet until they were in their teens. That changes things for me. They aren’t doing anything illicit so the yes/no/yes/no push and pull wasn’t really justified for me.

There were definite timing issues in this book. One minute they were on the phone miles apart then as she walked into another room, he was at the door. It was like I had missed a paragraph.

I didn’t feel the chemistry between these two. Sophie seemed really quite immature at times. I don’t think in a real life situation that a guy like Logan would be so into a girl like her. She was a bit of a stumbling, bumbling mess half the time! He was actually the better character out of them both. You could see he loved her and his frustrations at how she kept him at arm’s length and pushing him away. She kept calling him her brother and because of that, that’s what made me as a reader remember that oh yes they are related by marriage. If she hadn’t kept calling him that then this would have just been another love story.

I felt a bit sorry for Sophie when she walked in on Taylor but that gave her the freedom to go and pursue Logan, who was living the manwh0re life. Well I suppose pursue is the wrong word for it because it was actually Logan who did the chasing but it certainly did shake things up for Sophie.

Anyhoo, it was a good read, not at all taboo really, maybe only to Sophie!! I would have like an epilogue as the book ended rather abruptly, but as this is book 1, maybe their story hasn’t finished.
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So we meet Sophie, the never been kissed, sixteen year old on her mother's wedding day. Sophie had no siblings till that day. The mother-daughter relationship is clear to see and the bond they have is perfect. She was truly happy for mum as the perfect bride to be on her wedding day, with her daughter as bridesmaid. It was that day that would change the rest of Sophie's life forever. Meeting the handsome stranger, with no formal introduction, it felt exciting and new and as I can only explain it, inexorably mean to be. I could almost feel the static in the air reading about them, forgetting they were in fact teenagers.
The inevitable happens when the two are introduced and it dawns on them that the attraction they felt should just be squashed, they were siblings now...well it's easier in theory. How could they create a sibling bond?

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"...I'm not your brother, I'm your stepbrother, which means anything we do with, or to each other is entirely legal."
"But hardly moral..."
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A separation for a year another birthday would bring awful news, and rather than facing their attraction again, the pair cling onto one another through the worst news. We see them fall apart.

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"....I'll always be here for you Soph....I'll always be your family..."
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We meet the couple a number of years later, when Sophie is settled with her then partner and Logan is, well, Logan :)
But he continues to be the support he claimed he would be, he speaks to her frequently about her issues or bad dreams and frequent late night phone calls continue.
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