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  • Fun!

    Fun "new adult" book by new author Jamie Shaw. Second book in series, but can be read as a stand alone. I enjoyed it so much, I went back and read the first book - "Mayhem." Deals with some serious, but relevant subjects. I liked it!

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  • Hold on to your heartstrings!

    Of the series, RIOT is my least favourite, and saying that I've read it twice. What captivates me about this book, and why I can attest that Shaw's writing is anything but weak, is that I went into this book without a personal connection to Dee or Joel, and I read most of the book without one, and I finished the book and still couldn't relate to either of them. And yet, I couldn't put the book down. I don't *get* Dee or Joel, but darn it all, I really like them. And that is excellent storytelling.

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  • 3.5 Stars

    I definitely wasn't as fond of this book as I was of the first in the series. This is mostly due to the characters. I really enjoyed Rowan and Adam's story in Mayhem on part because I was really able to connect with Rowan's character. I didn't find that same connection in this book with Dee. I'm not a huge fan of Dee's character. I liked her as Rowan's side kick in Mayhem, but I wasn't fond of an entire story about her. Both Dee and Joel are very complicated characters. And, honestly, they both pissed me off through the majority of the novel. I hated their choices and the way they handled things. I understand why Jamie Shaw had them act the way they did, but I still didn't like it. Having said that, I enjoyed the book as a whole. I was able to become fully captivated and get right into the story. As with the first book, the writing was pretty weak, but Jamie Shaw is still a new author. She has the ability to captivate readers and the romance is always good so far. It's just a bit of an immature writing style.

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