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  • Absolute waste of $3

    I read a lot of cheesy romance novels. But this isn't cheesy- it's just bad. First of all, there is way more fighting and blood than romance and chemistry. If I want excessive violence, I'll pick up a Cormac McCarthy. The conflict is all rushed to the beginning before you are able to emotionally connect with any of the characters, so there are no stakes. I skipped about 10-11 chapters just trying to find the romance parts. The inner dialogue of the male is crass and it's completely unbelievable that he'd switch from misogynistic douchebag to possessive alpha like he does. The female protagonist is one note, boring, and completely void of agency. Finally, this author makes it pretty obvious she's from Trump country by the way she writes Hispanic characters' dialogue. It's CLOYINGLY racist. If you want a hot Alpha novel where the author actually put some thought into the characters, setting, and plot, go to Megan March's NOLA Alpha series. There's action and violence in them, too. But the plot actually follows a rise/fall structure and the characters are more than GI Joe/Barbie surrogates.

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  • So Good!

    You're probably getting tired of hearing me gush about most books by this author. I just feel the urge to scream out at whoever will listen about how good Sybil's books are! Her writing is improving with every book release and if you're looking for action this novel, in particular, is definitely for you! Ty was a mystery from past books in this series. He's been portrayed as mean and rude with some glimpses of him being caring in rare instances. I liked how the author portrayed him. He's not necessarily an anti-hero but he's far from a saint. He doesn't shy away from inflicting violence if the means justify the end. That's always who his character was (even in past books) and that didn't change with his story and finding someone he could love other than his family. I have a love/hate relationship with Ludeviene. She comes from a filthy rich family and an upbringing to match. She's been sheltered and seems to have a very overprotective father who likes to keep up appearances. The thing that I didn't love about her was her not speaking due to shock/panic. I can understand that shock and panic can make the human brain not function properly but, storywise, it caught me off guard. I love how the author incorporated ASL (American Sign Language) in this story! If I were ever to learn a third language it would probably be sign language. The ending was heart-shatteringly sweet. It was pain and sadness and wanting a happy future sort of moment and I can't fault the author for how she ended Ty's story. On a completely different note, I really really really really want a story on Myles (Neil's nephew)! Would it be naive of me to hope Callus is about him? My Favorite Quotes: "[...] I didn't equate survival or self-defense with murder." "I didn't know how to live." "No one had ever trusted me to take care of myself."

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  • So Good!!

    Every book in this series is better than the last. I loved the characters in this book, the mysterious Ty who’s hard, relentless and fearless. I loved how he fought sooo very hard not only to get Ludiviene back, but to not fall for her. Ludiviene was amazing... not giving in to her fear of being abducted, going after what she wanted.. which was Ty. They saved each other... this book was sooo good I simply could not put it down.

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  • A waste of time and money, disgusting

    Simply disgusting, full of violence and blood, including period blood. A waste of money

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  • Fearless

    Disgusting language. Seriously disgusting. I wouldn't recommend this book. I am about to delete it from my library.

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