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  • New plot twist please

    I am starting to lose faith in this series. The quality has slowly deteriorated and the books have become shorter and shorter and therefore more rushed. While Torn had a very good and different start, it ended up exactly where I feared it would, with the same growing pattern of a repetitive climax, ending and a lackluster depth. Believe it or not, but I actually liked the beginning of Torn. I was hooked to the story from page one with the different take on the characters and a unique start compared to the rest of the books. It got even better with the slowly revealing mystery of both Becca’s and Storm’s past. Her relationship with her overprotective brother made it even better since we didn’t get to know why he was so overprotective and it really put some oomph behind the drama and the romance. The romance was intense from the beginning and I enjoyed seeing it develop as well as struggle with both their secrets and a brother trying to keep them apart. It was almost the perfect recipe for a great relationship, however I did find it a bit lazy and unimaginative with an insta-love, and the lengths Storm took with his attraction of Becca was borderline creepy. Looking past all that though the story was building up beautifully ... until it just wasn’t anymore. As soon as we learned of Becca’s past the story was slowly but surely forced into the same repetitive plot twist (which at this point can’t even be called a twist) that I’ve have read seven times before. Sure, the drama was good as always, but seriously. At this point no girl should ever want to become part of the club and no brother should ever want to claim a girl because it’s pretty much written in stone by now that if you get claimed you will be kidnapped. You will be saved too but only after torture or/and sexual assault. This has happened to EVERY old lady and yet the brothers are still not learning from it or expecting it to happen after seven times in a row. I am sorry if this is harsh, but I cannot understand the author’s obsession with kidnap, rape and torture. Isn’t she sick of writing the same thing over and over by now? I am sure sick and tired of reading about it. It was so unnecessary to force the book into that since the storyline that already was was working. She could have used the entire book to reveal and work out their, unbeknownst to Becca, interlinked pasts. Or played some more with Lauren’s obsession of Storm. She could have had a bigger conflict between Becca, Storm and Pat. There were so many ways she could have gone that would have made way more sense, that would have been original and would have strengthened the book instead of weakening the realism in the storyline. If she had it would have helped with the depth as well since the things mentioned above wouldn’t have been solved immediately or been so rushed just so she could cram in a kidnap and the damsel in distress saving. I will give this book three stars, but I am honestly struggling to even give it that many. What saves it from two stars is the beginning of the story and the unique premise.

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  • Another amazing read

    Alexis does it again another book I couldn’t put down. Amazing read I am in love with this series! Just when I think I can’t love it anymore Alexis hots us with another suspenseful love story!

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