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    Change things up

    To be honest I am a bit disappointed with the outcome of this book. It was enjoyable, sure, and had its intense and thrilling moments. However, as pumped as I was for Havoc, having already started to like Chrissy in the previous book, the story felt a bit too rushed and underwhelming for me. Chrissy was just as quirky and forward as in Sever, which I liked very much. Sadly, her personality did not do much to liven up the romance or strengthen the chemistry between her and Rock. Partly because of the same issue I’ve had with almost every book in this series and that is that the story was too short. Therefore it did not have room for the necessary depth, becoming kind of rushed. Another reason as to why I did not enjoy their building relationship as much as I would have liked is because of Rock. He didn’t have much to offer when it came to personality. I mean, he did have personality but it was the same one as with all the other brothers, being stubborn, rough, and very protective. It had all been seen and done six times before and unlike some of the others, who at least brought something more to the table, his personality ended there. In general Havoc was a bit too similar to the other books in the series. The relationship started a bit rocky, but developed into something intense and lifelong, but had a few twist here and there. Then the girl gets taken and the guy has to save her, but is usually a bit too late to save her from torture or sexual assault. That is pretty much the whole series in one take, and for the most part that is fine. I love the twists, the drama and the building intense romance that it brings in both this book and the previous books. All I really wanted was some new curveballs or plot twists. Because it feels highly unlikely that every girl in the MC club gets subjected to the same thing, and yet everyone acts like it’s a new kind of emergency that the couldn’t have planned for. Have something different happen, or build up the romance in a different way. Anything to keep it original and new, really. There are ways this book could have taken a different route to keep it original. Chrissy was a social worker and the MC had issues with a unknown group, both were very interesting and different aspects that could have built to something bigger. Or the “ex” popping up from nowhere could have been used more in the story. All of those things were of course great as it was an made me enjoy the story (although I found it strange that Chrissy wasn’t into kids when she loved her job as a social worker, which meant she surrounded herself with kids on a daily basis. Did not make any sense). Those were good tools to change things up a bit if only they had been taken advantage of. As it was I feel like three stars is the most I can give Havoc.
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