Thursday, July 31, 2014

Rogue (Real #4) by Katy Evans


Brook Dumas found Remington Tate in REAL, and now it’s her best friend Melanie’s turn to find the man who makes her heart sing. After years of searching, one night in the rain, the strong and mysterious Greyson King comes to her rescue. He’s bold, and maybe just the lover, friend, and protector she’s been searching for. When they make love, he says her name like it means something. Like she means something—and that’s everything she’s ever wanted. He disappears for days without a word, and when he’s around, he says he’ll only hurt her. Buy when he’s away, her heart hurts more. Then Melanie uncovers the dark world he’d been determined to keep hidden, and suspects that their random first meeting might have not been so random after all. Caught in a free fall of emotions, Melanie has no one to catch her but the man she should be running from. But what do you do when your Prince Charming has gone Rogue?

Teaser 1:
"Are you deliberately ignoring me?" I murmur, sliding  my hand around her waist.
"No." She Smiles down at the sidewalk as she tucks her hair behind her ear.
I drop my head until my lips are almost grazing that ear. "Good, because I'm not someone you ignore."

Teaser 2:
"Don't ever answer a call from an unknown number unless I warn you beforehand."
I can her the laughter in her voice, beneath the scowl, of course. "Then don't call me from a strange number, you dick."

Monday, July 28, 2014

Promised (One Night #1) by Jodi Ellen Malpas

I absolutely love Jodi Ellen Malpas and This Man Series. I love her writing style, the story she comes up with and the characters. I had real high hopes for the One Night series. Jodi Ellen Malpas wrote an amazing series with This Man and I fell head over heels in love with Jesse. I was wondering if she was gonna top the This Man series or if she would be able to write another series just as great as This Man. I can honestly say I don't know.

Promised is very different than This Man. I can't say I love it but I can't say I hate it. It's different. I keep thinking I need the next book in the series to give an honesty opinion on the book. It feel like nothing big really happen in the book. There was great character development with back stories and everything. But I didn't get a feel for the characters as a couple.

Miller is difficult and different. He's mysterious and closed off. He has secrets that I couldn't figure out. He is hard to read. He is however, sexy, super sexy, well dressed, well mannered sometimes, and likes the finer things in life. He is a clean freak and has OCD that fits him in a way.

Livy is young and sheltered so to speak. She doesn't go out or live her life because of her past. She is afraid of becoming her mother and I think every woman is afraid of becoming her mother. I didn't really care too much about her past. Her mother being a hooker seemed like a way to get the reader to love her and it instead annoyed me.

Livy's grandmother and friends annoyed me. Her grandma was trying to set her up and find her a man. I felt like if Livy wanted a man, she would have had one. She didn't need her nosy grandma in her life. Her friends wanted her to have a life and a guy but then when she found Miller, they didn't approve of him. I didn't like her friends at all. Someone like Livy should have different, better friends. Her best friend Gregory reminded me a lot of Tom in This Man series. I thought Tom was super annoying and jealous of Ava and I felt Gregory was the same with Livy.

I did love Miller's little issues. I loved how he was a clean freak. I'm a clean freak and I related to him on that level. Although, I didn't understand why he was a clean freak. People just don't wake up one day and decided to be clean freaks. A little back story on that would have been nice and was needed. I love his thing. He doesn't do romance or cuddles but he loved cuddling with Livy and having himself wrapped around her. It was cute. His OCD with placement of things was weird but made Miller sort of hot and seem out of reach.

I have to read the next book in the series to see where the characters and story goes. Promised ended in a weird cliffhanger and I'm interested in where things are headed.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Tamed (Tangled #3) by Emma Chase

Tamed is the third book in the Tangled Series and is now one of my favorite books. I absolutely fell in love with Matthew. Tamed is told from his perceptive and is during the exact time Tangled was happening. Emma Chase knows how to write a book from a male's POV. And it's funny and it's exactly the way I think a guy would think.

Tamed pick up with Matthew being depressed about his and Dee-Dee's relationship. It then takes us back 4 weeks to when Matthew first met Dee. The moment he met Dee-Dee, he was in lust with her. She was different and wanted her. But instead of asking Dee-Dee for her number, he asked Kate for it. He calls her that night and they start their fun relationship. 

Dee-Dee doesn't want a relationship. She just wants fun and Matthew is all for that. Until he's not. He falls for Dee-Dee quick and wants more. They hang out a lot and sleep together a lot. Dee-Dee thinks everything is moving too fast and makes a run for it in the middle of the night. She wants space and Matthew gives it to her. After a couple of days Matthew goes to her. Well more likes stalks her and they get back together.

Dee-Dee has a messed up past. She has a bad habit of falling for the wrong guys and getting hurt. She doesn't want to do the same with Matthew. Matthew to also has a bad habit of falling for the wrong girl. His college girlfriend was only with him for some stupid reason and cheated on him the whole time. He is over her and what happen but he hasn't falling for another girl until Dee-Dee. The college girlfriend does make an appearance in the book and almost messes up Matthew's relationship with Dee-Dee, but Dee-Dee ends up believing him. I don't know how she did though cause the situation looked sounded pretty messed up and I wouldn't have believed it.

Dee-Dee and Matthew end up having a serious argument about Drew and Kate's relationship and they end things. Matthew is miserable. Dee-Dee is miserable. They shouldn't have let there friends come between them but they did. Dee-Dee does come to her senses and goes back to Matthew.

I loved Matthew. Drew was my favorite in the series until Matthew. He seems real. He is funny, smart, loves sex, super hot and drives a motorcycle. I think I love Matthew more than Drew and I never thought that was possible. Drew does make some appearances in the book but it's not much. His sister makes some appearance too. I forgot how much I liked her character. Matthew seems to have a better relationship her than Drew does.

I love that Dee-Dee is different than any character I have read about. She is fun and free spirited. She doesn't care what people think of her and I like that. She is dresses crazy and is super smart. She tends to fool people with her clothes and her job. She tends to be difficult at times too but that just because of her past. The past tends to mess people up even if we don't want it too. I wish there were more books like Tamed. Matthew and Dee-Dee are my new favorite book couple.

I loved Tamed and Emma Chase and I seriously hope she writes more books.

More Books In July

 July 8th, 2014

July 29th, 2014 

Promised (One Night #1) by Jodi Ellen Malpas

Livy notices him the moment he walks into the coffee shop. He's heart-stoppingly stunning, with a blue-eyed gaze so piercing she's almost too distracted to take his order. When he walks out the door, she thinks she'll never see him again. Then she finds the note he left on his napkin . . . signed M.

All he wants is one night to worship her. No feelings, no commitment, nothing but pleasure. Every defense mechanism Livy has adopted during her solitary life is at risk of being obliterated by this confounding man. He's obnoxious but well-mannered. He's a gentleman but aloof. He's passionate but emotionless. Yet the fascination is so powerful, Livy can't deny him... or herself.

M awakens something in Livy, something deep and addictive that she never knew existed -- and that she fears only he can satisfy. But she senses that behind the fast cars, fancy suits, and posh apartment, he's aching inside. To have him, body and soul, she'll have to brave his dark secrets. Delving into his world and breaking down his defenses become her obsession - an obsession that could shatter her heart beyond repair.

Teaser 1: 
‘You said you could only offer me one night.’
‘Twenty-four hours, Livy.’

Teaser 2:
For the first time since I’ve met him, he smiles. It’s a proper smile – a beautiful smile . . . and I fall a little bit more. ‘Because I simply have to kiss you again.’ Leaning in, he gently rests his lips on mine. ‘It’s new to me. I need to taste you some more.’
New? It’s new to him? What, like different from his usual polished, diamond-adorned women?
‘And because what we can create together shouldn’t be passed up, Livy.’

Teaser 3:
I jump a mile when I feel hot breath in my ear and a firm grip of my nape. ‘Come with me.’
I stiffen under his hold, my eyes darting to the bar to see where Luke is. I can’t see him, but that’s not to say he can’t see me.
‘Get up, Livy.’


Today marked 2 years exactly for me for when I first opened a book and became addicted to all things books. I love reading and going to another place when I read. I love falling in love with certain characters and their stories. I love transporting (that's what reading feels like to me) to another place when I read. I live in a fantasy world where I wish some things that happen in books happen in real life. I also wish guys were like the ones I read about. Guys in books set very high standards for girls in reality. I know guys aren't like book guys, but a girl can dream.

I have a list of every book I have read in the past 2 years. Some are great. Some are horrible. Some are questionable. Some are a little embarrassing. Some are I don't even know what I was thinking. When I first opened a book, I could finish it in about 2 days. But now it can take me up to a week to finish one. I used to not be able to put a book down but lately it seems like I can't find a book that grabs my attention and keep it. I have been finding boring book or books that have the same story lines but with different characters. I need a good book again.

I am sad to say that the Fifty Shades Series are the books that got me hooked on reading. I wish there was another book that got me, something a little better or more interesting but it is what it is. I also clearly have some favorite authors since most of the books I read are by the same set of authors. 

  1. Fifty Shades Of Grey by E.L. James
  2. Fifty Shades Of Darker by E.L. James
  3. Fifty Shades Freed by E.L. James
  4. The Lying Game by Sara Shepard
  5. Never Have I Ever by Sara Shepard
  6. Twisted by Sara Shepard
  7. Ruthless by Sara Shepard
  8. Stunning by Sara Shepard
  9. Sloppy First by Megan McCafferty
  10. Second Helping by Megan McCafferty
  11. Charmed Thirds by Megan McCafferty
  12. Linger by Maggie Stiefvater
  13. Crescendo by Becca Fitzpatrick
  14. Forever by Maggie Stiefvater
  15. Two Truths And A Lie by Sara Shepard
  16. Hide And Seek by Sara Shepard
  17. Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakley Cartwright
  18. Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick
  19. Finale by Becca Fitzpatrick
  20. Bared To You by Sylvia Day
  21. Reflected In You by Sylvia Day
  22. Gabriel's Inferno by Sylvain Reynard
  23. Gabriel's Rapture by Sylvain Reynard
  24. Wicked Ties by Shayla Black
  25. Decadent by Shayla Black
  26. Delicious by Shayla Black
  27. Burned by Sara Shepard
  28. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover
  29. Slammed by Colleen Hoover
  30. Point Of Retreat by Colleen Hoover
  31. Easy by Tammara Webber
  32. Love Unscripted by Tina Reber
  33. Love Unrehearsed by Tina Reber
  34. The Perfect Game by J. Sterling
  35. Fallen Too Far by Abbi Glines
  36. Breathe by Abbi Glines
  37. Losing It by Cora Carmack
  38. Crash by Nicole Williams
  39. Clash by Nicole Williams
  40. The Secret Of Ella And Micha by Jessica Sorensen
  41. The Edge Of Never by J.A. Redmerski
  42. The Coincidence Of Callie And Kayden by Jessica Sorensen
  43. Wallbanger by Alice Clayton
  44. Bad Rep by A. Meredith Walters
  45. Rule by Jay Crownover
  46. Tear: A Seaside Novel by Rachel Van Dyken
  47. Rocked Under by Cora Hawkes
  48. Never Too Far by Abbi Glines
  49. Fissure by Nicole Williams
  50. Charade by Nyrae Dawn
  51. One Week Girlfriend by Monica Murphy
  52. Taking Chances by Molly McAdams
  53. If You Stay by Courtney Cole
  54. Torn 1 by K.A. Robinson
  55. Wait For You by J. Lynn
  56. Ten Tiny Breaths by K.A Tucker
  57. Tasting Never by C.M. Stunich
  58. Torn 2: Twisted by K.A. Robinson
  59. Rush by Maya Banks
  60. Finding Never by C.M. Stunich
  61. Keeping Never by C.M. Stunich
  62. Brother's Keeper by Elizabeth Finn
  63. Exquisite by Ella Franks
  64. Entice by Ella Franks
  65. Undeniable by Madeline Sheehan
  66. The Marriage Bargain by Jennifer Probst
  67. Second Rate Chances by Holly Stephens
  68. This Beautiful Thing by Amanda Heath
  69. In Flight by R.K. Lilley
  70. Mile High by R.K. Lilley
  71. Grounded by R.K. Lilley
  72. This Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas
  73. Beneath The Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas
  74. Up In Flames by Nicole Williams
  75. Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire
  76. Honor Student by Teresa Mummert
  77. Honor And Obey by Teresa Mummert
  78. Honor Thy Teacher by Teresa Mummert
  79. Reaper's Property by Joanna Wylde
  80. Restoring Jordan by Elizabeth Finn
  81. Second Chance Boyfriend by Monica Murphy
  82. Fusion by Nicole Williams
  83. Twisted Perfection by Abbi Glines
  84. Crush by Nicole Williams
  85. This Girl by Colleen Hoover
  86. Plastic Hearts by Lisa De Jong
  87. Breathe Into Me by Amanda Stone
  88. Accidentally On Purpose by L.D. Davis
  89. My Favorite Mistake by Chelsea M. Cameron
  90. Strings by Kendall Grey
  91. The Vincent Boys by Abbi Glines
  92. The Vincent Brothers by Abbi Glines
  93. From Ashes by Molly McAdams
  94. Driven by K. Bromberg
  95. Entwined With You by Sylvia Day
  96. Forever Too Far  by Abbi Glines
  97. One Tiny Lie by K.A. Tucker
  98. Devoured by Emily Snow
  99. Tangled by Emma Chase
  100. This Man Confessed by Jodi Ellen Malpas
  101. Falling Into You by Jasinda Wilder
  102. Playing Patience by Tabatha Vargo
  103. Kiss This by Hadley Quinn
  104. The Game Changer by J. Sterling
  105. Beauty From Pain by Georgia Cates
  106. Glass Hearts by Lisa De Jong
  107. A Beautiful Lie by Tara Sivec
  108. Lexi, Baby by Lynda LeeAnne
  109. Playing For Keeps by R.L. Mathewson
  110. Boycotts And Barflies by Victoria Michaels
  111. Checkmate by R.L. Mathewson
  112. The Redemption Of Callie And Kayden
  113. Facade by Nyrae Dawn
  114. My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
  115. Unteachable by Leah Raeder
  116. Jet by Jay Crownover
  117. Fixed On You by Laurelin Paige
  118. Real by Katy Evans
  119. Beautifully Damaged by L.A. Fiore
  120. Edible by Ella Franks
  121. Josh And Hannah by Lynda Chance
  122. Beauty From Surrender by Georgia Cates
  123. Ruin by Rachel Van Dyken
  124. Craving Constellations by Nicole Jacquelyn
  125. Hell On Wheels by Julie Ann Walker
  126. Reckless by Skye Jordan
  127. Because of Low by Abbi Glines
  128. While It Lasts by Abbi Glines
  129. Just For Now by Abbi Glines
  130. Sometimes It Lasts by Abbi Glines
  131. Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
  132. Axel by Harper Sloan
  133. Cage by Harper Sloan
  134. Consumed by Skyla Madi
  135. If You Leave by Courtney Cole
  136. Fueled by K. Bromberg
  137. Unbeautifully by Madeline Sheehan
  138. Unattainable by Madeline Sheehan
  139. Carter Reed by Tijan
  140. Because You’re Mine by K. Langston
  141. Waking Kiss by Annabel Joseph
  142. Fever Dream by Annabel Joseph
  143. Simple Perfection by Abbi Glines
  144. Take Care Sara by Lindy Zart
  145. Found In You by Laurelin Paige
  146. Hell’s Knights by Bella Jewel
  147. Sweet Home by Tillie Cole
  148. Fall From Grace by Christine Zolendz
  149. Saving Grace by Christine Zolendz
  150. Scars And Songs by Christine Zolendz
  151. Mine by Katy Evans
  152. Beautiful Bastard by Christina Lauren
  153. Beautiful Bitch by Christina Lauren
  154. Heavens Sinners by Bella Jewel
  155. Down London Road by Samantha Young
  156. Asking For Trouble by Tessa Bailey
  157. Officer Off Limits by Tessa Bailey
  158. Perfection by R.L. Mathewson
  159. Beautiful Wedding by Jamie McGuire
  160. Remy by Katy Evans
  161. Before We Fall by Courtney Cole
  162. Unleashed by Cherri Lynn
  163. Rock Me by Cherri Lynn
  164. Trust In Me by J. Lynn
  165. Torn From You by Nashoda Rose
  166. Beck by Harper Sloan
  167. Undescribable by Shantel Tessier
  168. Rome by  Jay Crownover
  169. Tempting The Best Man by J. Lynn
  170. Forever With You by Laurelin Paige
  171. Masquerade by Nyrae Dawn
  172. Reaper’s Legacy by Joanna Wylde
  173. Macros Redemption by Lynda Chance
  174. Damian by Jessica Wood
  175. Be With Me by J. Lynn
  176. Take A Chance by Abbi Glines
  177. The Sweetest Game by J. Sterling
  178. Because Of You by Tara Sivec
  179. Beauty From Love by Georgia Cates
  180. Storm by Nina Levine
  181. Staking His Claim by Tessa Bailey
  182. Adam, Enough Said by Lynda LeeAnne
  183. Trish, Just Trish by Lynda LeeAnne
  184. Too Consumed by Skyla Madi
  185. Tainted by K. A. Robinson
  186. Under Locke by Mariana Zapata
  187. Stripped by H. M. Ward
  188. Beautiful Broken Rules by Kimberly Lauren
  189. Reasonable Doubt by Whitney Garcia Williams
  190. Crashed by K. Bromberg
  191. Knock Out by Michele Mannon
  192. Fierce by Nina Levine
  193. The Last Man On Earth by Tracey Anne Warren
  194. The Beast by Jaden Wilkes
  195. Phenomenal X by Michelle A. Valentine
  196. Worn Me Down by Tara Sivec
  197. Knights Sinners by Bella Jewel
  198. Tame This by Hadley Quinn
  199. Tap Out by Michele Mannon
  200. Reasonable Doubt 2 by Whitney Garcia Williams
  201. Twisted by Emma Chase
  202. Taint by S.L. Jennings
  203. Eye For An Eye by Lynda Chance
  204. Nash by Jay Crownover
  205. Overwhelmed By You by Nashoda Rose
  206. Stealing Harper by Molly McAdams
  207. Until November by Aurora Rose Reynolds
  208. Until Trevor by Aurora Rose Reynolds
  209. Until Lily by Aurora Rose Reynolds
  210. Devil's Game by Joanna Wylde
  211. Until Nico by Aurora Rose Reynolds
  212. Baiting The Maid of Honor by Tessa Bailey
  213. Forever Consumed by Skyla Madi
  214. Worth The Chance by Vi Keeland
  215. Throttle Me by Chelle Bliss
  216. Cooper by Harper Sloan
  217. Unbeloved by Madeline Sheehan
  218. Take Me On by Cherrie Lynn
  219. Craving Redemption by Nicole Jacquelyn
  220. Game Changer by Paula Marinaro
  221. Rhett by J.S. Cooper
  222. Tamed by Emma Chase

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Tamed (Tangled #3) by Emma Chase

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: girl meets player, they fall in love, player changes his ways. It’s a good story. But it’s not our story. Ours is a lot more colorful. When I met Dee I knew right away that she was special. When she met me, she thought I was anything but special—I was exactly like every other guy who’d screwed her over and let her down. It took some time to convince her otherwise, but turns out I can make a convincing argument when sex is at stake. You might know where this story’s headed. But the best part isn't where we ended up. It’s how we got there.

TAMED goes back in time to the Tangled days. But this time around, it’s not Drew dishing out the advice and opinions—it’s his best friend Matthew, who of course is dealing with Dee Dee.

Teaser 1: 
"It's just so fucking sad!" I blurt out as I gesture to the television. "How can you watch this shit and not want to blow you head off with a twelve-gauge shotgun?"
Dee covers her mouth and laughs into her hands. "The fact that it can make me cry is one of the reasons I love it so much."

Teaser 2:
Her smile gets wider - more suggestive. "Then let's make a bet. Whoever can make the other person come first gets to pick the movie? What do you say?"
It's clear to me why Delores is such a successful chemist - she has such an amazingly innovative mind.
I scrape my teeth over my bottom lip thoughtfully. "I say this is a bet I'm going to really enjoy winning."

Monday, July 14, 2014

Rhett (Rhett #1) by J.S. Cooper

Rhett is totally not that horrible of a book. The whole book is in Rhett's POV and if all guys are like him, I glad they keep a lot of stuff to themselves. I don't want to know what goes on in a guy's head or want to know what they are thinking ever again. The first half on the book, I felt like I was reading a book about high school kids instead of kids in college. These people seemed super immature. The storyline wasn't that originally and nothing exciting happen. The best friend turned lovers thing is a little over played in books nowadays.

Rhett seems like a really hot, super sexy guy with baby blues. And what girl doesn't love baby blues.  He is an asshole, charmer and a bit immature. His friends and him constantly talk about sex and boobs. He uses girls and he still calls his best friend - best friend. At 21 that seems a little ridiculous especially if you're a guy. He is super rich and knows how to play a girl. He can get whatever he wants as long as he flashes his smile. He doesn't believe in marriage, love or relationship. He is a keeper - sike. He is stubborn, cocky and arrogant too. 

Clementine is Rhett's best friend and is in love with him. Although she doesn't say anything, it is clear as day, she wants him. She is a virgin and is set on waiting for marriage. She is curious about sex and she too talks about it a lot. She believes in romance, grand gestures, dreams and prince charming. I had mixed feeling about her. She wanted the relationship and love and she kept trying to put her beliefs on Rhett who obviously didn't want the same things in life as her.  

Rhett and Clementine's friendship was a little creepy but cute at the same time. They acted like an old married couple, joked around a lot, bickered and knew each other since they were kids. They got jealous of each other when the other person talked to someone of the opposite sex. I think the whole Clementine dating Elliott was a joke. She wanted Rhett to notice her and make a move, so she did what every girl does and brought in a new guy. The only way to get one guy to step up the plate is to show him he has competition. Clementine was using Elliott to make Rhett jealous and it worked. Rhett hated seeing her with another guy. Although he kept saying it was because he was gonna lose his best friend but that wasn't it. Rhett wanted Clementine for himself. He always told his guy friends she was unavailable.

The book was horrible but it could have been better. The cover and synopsis makes the book seem like its gonna be great and I guess I should learn not to judge a book by it's cover. Cause this cover lied to me. I like reading well written books with great story lines and this book wasn't it. I also just noticed that J.S. Cooper is writing another book in the series called Rhett In Love. I hope it's better than this one. I hope the author matures Rhett into a man and he isn't as immature. 

Until We Fly (Beautifully Broken #4) by Courtney Cole

Ex-Army Ranger, Brand Killien, has always been good. A good friend, a good soldier, a good everything. The problem is, good hasn’t gotten him anything but a crushed heart. So after licking his wounds, he decides to move on. And moving on doesn’t include being good anymore. Bad sounds so much better. Jaded and detached, Brand is determined to never open himself up to anyone again. It’s not worth the pain. Instead, he becomes closed, hardened, aloof. But then he’s called back home for a family emergency… a family that he is estranged from. A family that he put out of his mind a long time ago for very good reasons…reasons that involve secrets and pain. Reasons he tried hard to forget. But home is where the heart is, and it just might be where Brand finds his again. Why? Because home is where Nora Greene is. A fiery, red-headed spitfire, Nora is a thing from his past. A beautiful, feisty thing. When Brand left, she was away at boarding school. But she’s back now.  And she wants Brand, scars and all.

Teaser 1:
"I own her, Killien. And I'll never let you be with her. Know that right now."

Teaser 2:
"I don't have the first clue how to take a sponge bath," he grumbles as limps past me.
"Me either," I tell him. "But we can figure it out."
The butterflies start flying again, hard and fast, in my stomach. Brand turns to look at me.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Game Changer (Hell's Saints Motorcycle Club #1) by Paula Marinaro

Game Changer was not a book for me. I don't see how anyone could like this book at all. It was horrible. I thought since it was going to be about a motorcycle club, I would give it a chance. I shouldn't of. It wasn't like any motorcycle club books I ever read before.

What the heck did I just read? That was my reaction after the first couple of chapters. But for some unknown reason I kept reading. Then after a couple of more chapters, I was asking myself "Why am I still reading this horrible book?" This book is like watching a horrible train accident happen. It's horrible and you should look away, but you never do. That's how I felt. It was bad but I kept reading it. I just wanted to get the book over with as soon as possible with all my brain cells still attached.

I don't even know to begin with why I didn't like this book. It could be the that the main girl Raine's eyes kept changing colors. Her eyes were blue, then brown, then blue again. The author couldn't even remember the color. It could also to the constant repetitiveness that annoyed me. For example, starting every sentence for four paragraphs with 'I get' is very annoying. I get that the author is trying to make a point but it seemed like the author was a 12 year old instead. This sentence stuff happen a lot throughout the book. Every time a character was telling someone off or talking about something they would use the same set of words over and over again. ANNOYING.

Also there was very long inner monologues that lasted chapters. It was like I was reading someone diary instead of a book. I wasn't going through the day to day stuff with the characters, they were telling me what happen after it happen. For example, after Raine and her sister Claire go through a terrible accident, Raine tells the reader what has happen in a very long, very drawn out monologue instead of me experiencing it with her. I wanted to see more dialogue between the characters. I don't see how Raine and Deigo were suppose to be in love when I think throughout the whole book, they maybe talked to each other 3 times.

I thought there was too much back story. Sometime it can be a good thing but in this case it was bad. The author would tell the back story over and over again, every chance she got. And it was like this with every character. Every character in the book had something horrible happen to them and made them the way they were. It didn't work. There was too much going on in everyone's lives. Too much information.

The different POVs were too much. I can understand having the main couple Raine and Diego's POVs but everyone else was too much. It was too many people and really unnecessary.

The grammar, spelling and the run on sentences drove me crazy. The author is in need of a good editor. At times, I felt I was reading a story my 7 year old niece wrote instead of a published author. The plot could have been really good starting point for a great book but this author just didn't know what the heck she was doing.