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    Beautiful depth, but rushed conclusion

    I really really liked this one. It took a different approach from the previous books in the series and I’m relieved that it did, having felt that the books has become a bit repetitive. While I did find the climax of the story a bit too similar to the previous books, the rest of the storyline’s uniqueness made up for it. Mayhem centered on domestic abuse with Jasmine married to pretty much a psychopath, micromanaging every part and aspect of her life. Something that really drew me in was the depth the story and how it went into showing the abuse and how it affected her. It really made me feel for the character and it made the romance so so much more intense. Cutter slowly learning that something was off in Jasmine’s life and in her almost robotic behavior. It built this natural and heartwarming protectiveness and compassionate behavior from his part. The fact that they had to struggle through the abuse and the emotional scars it had put on Jasmine to fully be together made the relationship all the more beautiful and stronger. Not only that, it really amped up the drama, especially with the threat of her psychopath husband on the loose and the, to her, unknown dangers of being a part of the MC club. I think their romance is the best one so far after Lucy and Jordan. One thing that put me off a little bit though was how her struggles with finding herself again after years of mental and physical violence was seemingly solved out of nowhere. I mean, in most of the story the focus had been on overcoming what she had been through and getting control again little by little and I loved the depth of that. So why all of a sudden was everything okay and she knew exactly who she was again? What brought that sudden change? I couldn’t really tell, which is why it felt so sudden. With such heavy material this book really could have been afforded to be longer, mainly so the main issue the book focused on could have kept that beautiful development from start to finish and not have that rushed conclusion. While I had some other small issues with the story (e.g. where are the mentioned kids in all the chaos that happens and why doesn’t any of the parents ever seem to spend time with them?) they were honestly so minor that I’m not going to spend any time dragging the book down because of that. In all I am very happy with the outcome of Mayhem and feel it definitely deserves four stars.
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    Can’t get enough

    I really just can’t get enough of this series! It’s amazing can’t put it down once I start reading! Every story is different and definitely keeps you on the edge of your seat!
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