[Review] Bully by Penelope Douglas

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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Penelope Douglas delivers an unforgettable New Adult romance that toes the fine line between love and hate…

My name is Tate. He doesn’t call me that, though. He’ll barely refer to me at all, and he’ll hardly ever speak to me.

But he still won’t leave me alone.

We were best friends once. Then he turned on me and made it his mission to ruin my life. I’ve been humiliated, shut out, and gossiped about all through high school. His pranks and rumors got worse as time wore on. I even went to Europe for a year, just to avoid him.

But I’m done hiding from him now, and there’s no way I’ll allow him to ruin another year. He might not have changed, but I have.

It’s time to fight back.

When one brave young woman stands up to her best friend Jared, now tormenter, the consequences go beyond anything either of them ever would have imagined…

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Nope, this book was absolutely not for me. I would have rated it lower but I gave it three stars because I enjoyed it at some point.

Writing Style

Not even one complain here. Everything was great and I actually liked the way the book was written. There was a flow and the description of feelings was really awesome. I am a huge fan of authors who manage to make me feel and relate to the characters. There was first person POV, which I prefer at most times, because in order to write in third person and do it well requires skill and usually it’s a failure. I am not implying that Penelope Douglas has not talent, please do not misunderstand. The first person POV is safe in general. So what I am saying here is that the book was really good in this domain.


Here come my issues with this book. Bullying is bad but I don’t really blame the bullies all the time. I happened to be bullied back in junior high. A guy liked me, I rejected him and he bullied me to the point that he even started throwing rocks at me every time we happened to meet. He usually was trying to assault me by groping me in public and then there were the rocks. I should have stopped him earlier but I was just avoiding him. When a rock actually hit me and injured me I realized that this kid is a fucking asshole and he needs to be stopped. I talked to my parents and they talked to the police and that kid never bothered me again. What I am trying to say is that victims should not be victims and I understand that it’s difficult to speak to someone about being bullied, I’ve been there and I know, but we all have to be brave and stop this from happening. I blame myself for not stopping him the very first time he tried to do this to me and it’s really my fault that I let this happen.Bullies should be stopped. We need to be brave for our own good and we need to prevent these psychotic jerks from ruining our lives. We can do this.

At least there is a logical explanation as to why Jared was a bully and why Tate fell in love with him. I won’t spoil anything but I’ll just say that I’ve finished it because it was realistic and because Tate didn’t just accept this. She found the strength and fought back and stopped her bully. That’s what we’re supposed to do. If I was in her shoes I would have stopped this earlier but better late than never. We’re not all the same and for some people it’s harder to be brave. Eventually it has to be done.

So, the pace was good and the plot made sense. In general the story evolved perfectly well. There was suspence and I had so many questions that were answered the right time. Technically the book was perfect.


Both Jared and Tate made me so mad at first. I was so rooting for Tate, I was relating and I wanted her to be free of this torture and happy. I had high hopes and expectations and she was driving me crazy. Thankfully at some time she opened her eyes and realized some things and fought back. I was not disappointed.

Jared on the other hand… I wanted to punch his face every single time his name was appearing in front of me. I loved how determined, strong and smart he was was but at the same time I hated his jerk side. You can’t just treat a person like that. So when things got clear and I realized the hows and whys of his personality and all the reasons behind his stupid behavior, I kind of forgave him. Tate got it as well!


The book was not bad, actually. I’ve enjoyed parts but I was facepalming most of the time because of my own experience. So the reasons behind my own behavior and rating are mostly personal. I also realized that I should prbably avoid that kind of books. Not good for me.


[Penelope Douglas]


Penelope Douglas is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author living in Las Vegas with her husband and daughter. Her books include the Fall Away series (Bully, Until You, Rival, Falling Away, and Aflame). Please look for her recent standalones, Corrupt and Misconduct. Available now.

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[Top 5 Monday] Recommended by friends

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Hello my darlings! Missed me?

I know I am an awful person and I gave up on blogging for a while but if you were close enough to me, you know why and you forgive me, right? I promise to be a really loyal blogger and make it up to all of you because you guys are awesome. I am going to spam your lives and your comments section! You will see my name everywhere and you’ll say ‘not again’ all the time! Hahahaha!

Ok, this Monday is full of books suggested by dear friends on goodreads. I’ve read many books that were recommended to me but these five were the best! Well only the three first had actually good rating but the rest were not that bad either.

Let’s see!


Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

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Not really a fan of the book but the potential is here and there’s room for improvement and I hope the next books will be better. I will definitely read them.


Bitten by Kelley Armstrong

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This was recommended by a friend who’s opinions are so respectful. She said that Kelley Armstrong was amazing and I agree she really was. The book was so full of action and mystery and romance in such a great balance. The only reason I gave it three stars was because of the way the flashbacks were confusing me.

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[Rant Tuesday] Love Triangles

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Ah it’s finally Tuesday! Are you guys as excited as I am on Tuesday’s? Probably not because you’re all so sweet and kind. I am a very very mean person ready to rant on anything and I enjoy it more than I should. (I also enjoy negative reviews sometimes, especially when the book is reaaally bad. How awful am I?)

Anyway today’s lovely theme is Love Triangles.

Why are they even exist is books and what’s the purpose? I still don’t understand. Sometimes I feel like the authors can’t come up with an actual plot obstacle and they just mix a love triangle to spice the story up. That’s just wrong. Ok I definitelly admit that I have enjoyed a couple of triangles but I was still new to reading and I was also young.

There are love triangles were the third person happens to be in love with the heroine and the heroine obviously is in love with the hero. Well, I don’t mind these because shit happens all the time in real life as well. There’s always someone that might be rejected so it’s only natural.

Usually I hate the triangles that the heroine can’t decide who she wants to be with. Seriously this is so stupid. With the exception of keeping them both on purpose, it’s easy to choose one and stick with him. If it won’t work out then you know that it wasn’t meant to be and that’s life. Keeping in your life two guys and playing with their feelings just because ‘you love them both’ is by far the most insanely fucked up thing to do.

No! You can’t share the same feelings for two people because they’re different and it’s for sure that one makes you happier than the other. Chose that one and leave the other alone.

Lately authors tend to write more and more about this kind of love triangle and it makes me so mad. The heroine has to choose between the mysterious new guy and her long-time best friend who happens to have feelings for her. Oh my god, choose the mysterious guy because your friend was friendzoned for some reason all these years.

If that’s not the case then it will be again the mysterious new guy and the long-time crush. Well, again choose the mysterious guy immediatelly because your crush remained just a crush for some reason.

Do you understand where I am going with this? The decision is easy and the love triangle is synonym to unnessecary drama.

Don’t write about love triangles anymore because there are so many other interesting subjects. Choose something new, make it your and be succesful.

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I seriously can’t wait to know your thoughts about love triangles. It can’t be that I am the only one who thoroughly dislikes them.

** Check out Daniela’s [Books to get lost in] blog post about Love Triangles. She focuses in a different aspect than me and it’s interesting.

[Top 5 Monday] Books I want to read

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Yeah there are some books I want to read and yet they remain in my selves untouched. I don’t know why but I swear I want to read them badly. I just need to organize and finally start reading them.


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In the violent country of Ludania, the classes are strictly divided by the language they speak. The smallest transgression, like looking a member of a higher class in the eye while they are speaking their native tongue, results in immediate execution. Seventeen-year-old Charlaina has always been able to understand the languages of all classes, and she’s spent her life trying to hide her secret. The only place she can really be free is the drug-fueled underground clubs where people go to shake off the oppressive rules of the world they live in. It’s there that she meets a beautiful and mysterious boy named Max who speaks a language she’s never heard before . . . and her secret is almost exposed.

Charlie is intensely attracted to Max, even though she can’t be sure where his real loyalties lie. As the emergency drills give way to real crisis and the violence escalates, it becomes clear that Charlie is the key to something much bigger: her country’s only chance for freedom from the terrible power of a deadly regime.


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The Earth is dying. Darrow is a Red, a miner in the interior of Mars. His mission is to extract enough precious elements to one day tame the surface of the planet and allow humans to live on it. The Reds are humanity’s last hope.

Or so it appears, until the day Darrow discovers it’s all a lie. That Mars has been habitable – and inhabited – for generations, by a class of people calling themselves the Golds. A class of people who look down on Darrow and his fellows as slave labour, to be exploited and worked to death without a second thought.

Until the day that Darrow, with the help of a mysterious group of rebels, disguises himself as a Gold and infiltrates their command school, intent on taking down his oppressors from the inside. But the command school is a battlefield – and Darrow isn’t the only student with an agenda.

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[Review] The line between by Tamsyn Bester

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There’s a fine line between love and hate, so fine that you don’t know you’ve lost balance until it’s too late.
I’m not sure exactly when I lost my balance, all I know is that he was to blame.
Dane Winters.
The boy who’d spent most of his life hating me for reasons I never understood.

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It was no secret that I hated her, but only I knew why.
She was off-limits.
And then our separate worlds collided with one tragedy.
It wasn’t her fault, I knew that, but I wanted her to hurt the way I did, and I needed someone to blame. She was an easy target.
Kennedy Monroe.
The girl I’d picked on all our lives.
And the woman I barely tolerated.
Until the line between love and hate was no longer visible…

*New Adult Contemporary Romance*
*Due to mature content this book is not suitable for readers younger than 18*

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Nope, nope, nope, nope!
I don’t know how to write an honest review and remain polite with this one. It’s my first time feeling offended by a book and I don’t know how to deal with it.

Ok I’ll just say the few things that I liked. It was easy to read and sometimes the story had my attention. I was like ‘Oh, it might get better.’ and then I was ‘Naaah it won’t.’ There were a couple of times that the description was perfect and I enjoyed a few steamy scenes but just that.

From now on my review won’t be spoiler free so just have that in mind.

I’ll start with the fact that the book had absolutely no plot. The whole ‘our families hate each other and we can’t be together’ is no plot. I hoped that there was a good reason why the families hated each other but that wasn’t the case. They just hated each other for some lands and that’s not an excuse. Seriously!

The book starts with Dane bullying Kennedy because he was so carried away by the hatred. Well ok, I accept that because being a mean dick who enjoys bullying others is realistic. Sadly it happens a lot and even though it’s unacceptable I get why Dane did it. Well that was untill he framed Kennedy for being a stalker. He went through all the trouble to actually stalk her boyfriend in order to frame her. That’s not called bullying for fun, that’s called bullying because of fucking obsession. He was sick.

Kennedy on the other hand, allowed a bully to destroy her life. Well yes, victims don’t usually talk about it but it’s their fault. I don’t know a lot about bullying but if it was me being the victim, I would have destroyed the motherfuckers who annoyed me. Anyway, I’ll just get past that because I am in no place to talk.

Both of them lost their siblings and that was when the story and my headache began. They both tried to go on with their lifes and forget about the hatred and each other till they met again in college.

Kennedy and her two friends were obviously the only good and worthy girls in this book. ALL the other girls in the story were described as trashed and sluts. I wonder why the author prefered to emphasize that they were readheads. Yes, I was offended and I don’t get why having read hair instantly means you’re a slut.
Also, all the girls drooling over Dane were presented as easy substitutes, who would willingly open their legs and allowed him to fuck her.
Not all girls are that way and you must be a misogynist to believe that. I thoroughly dislike when the leads are perfect and everybody else just not worth it.

Also, the book is written that way so that Kennedy can look like she has trusting issues but all I got was that she was just being a lying bitch, believing that her BEST friend was not good enough in order to trust her. Well, flash news for you Kennedy, being secretive and dishonest causes misunderstandings and makes things worse.
Jade was seriously the best friend anybody could ever have. Caring, understanding, supportive and all.

Dane was the absolute meaning of ‘drama queen’. Hating Kennedy not because of the family history but because she was off-limits and all, made no sense. Why was she off-limits? Why hate her anyway? There was no real explaination.
If he wanted her and she wanted him, they could be together since both of them didn’t even care about their families.

Also, the sex scenes were too much. I am so into steamy scenes and I enjoy them but when half of the book is sex then the genre goes from new adult to erotica. If I wanted to read erotica then I would have picked a book from that genre. I was like ‘Oh look, another sex scene. Skip skip skip skip!’ I needed some plot and I was convinced that erotica books have more plot than this one.
Another reason I skipped the sex scenes was the dialogue. Phrases like ‘ahhh yeah’, ‘Mmmmmmm’, ‘Ohhhh’ are unacceptable. A good author can describe a sex scene without using useless, ridiculous, awkward phrases.

To sum up, I was angry, offended and tired. I didn’t like it at all. I do not recommend it but I suggest you read it. When you’re done, come back to me and tell me I was wrong if that’s the case.

Thank you.


[Tamsyn Bester]

[Bookland Special] To read… or not?

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I have in my priority-to-read shelf some books that I so want to read and yet I don’t seem to do so. There’s always something else that catches my eye and I ignore always ignore my tbr list. So, I am going to present to you a few books and maybe you can help me out by telling me your opinion. Should I read them? Which do you think it’s more interesting?

Let’s do this.


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Graceling meets The Selection in debut novelist Victoria Aveyard’s sweeping tale of seventeen-year-old Mare, a common girl whose once-latent magical power draws her into the dangerous intrigue of the king’s palace. Will her power save her or condemn her?

Mare Barrow’s world is divided by blood—those with common, Red blood serve the Silver- blooded elite, who are gifted with superhuman abilities. Mare is a Red, scraping by as a thief in a poor, rural village, until a twist of fate throws her in front of the Silver court. Before the king, princes, and all the nobles, she discovers she has an ability of her own.

To cover up this impossibility, the king forces her to play the role of a lost Silver princess and betroths her to one of his own sons. As Mare is drawn further into the Silver world, she risks everything and uses her new position to help the Scarlet Guard—a growing Red rebellion—even as her heart tugs her in an impossible direction. One wrong move can lead to her death, but in the dangerous game she plays, the only certainty is betrayal.

Why I want to read it?

I am not really into dystopian books but this seems different. It’s like a twisted fairytale and you guys know my hopeless romantic soul. Kings, princes and nobles; that’s my thing.


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From the New York Times bestselling author of Archer’s Voice.Becoming Calder is the first part in a two-part romance series. The conclusion, Finding Eden, is available now.

There is a place in modern day America with no electricity, no plumbing, and no modern conveniences. In this place, there is no room for dreams, no space for self-expression, and no tolerance for ambition.

In this place, there is a boy with the body of a god and the heart of a warrior. He is strong and faithful and serves his family honorably. But he dares to dream of more.

In this place, there is a girl with the face of an angel and a heart full of courage. To her family, she is the vision of obedient perfection. But she dares to want that which she has been told can never be hers.

Becoming Calder is the story of good versus evil, fear versus bravery, and the truth that the light of love has always found its way into even the darkest of places . . . From the beginning of time, to the end of the world.

THIS IS THE FIRST PART IN A TWO-PART SIGN OF LOVE SERIES INSPIRED BY AQUARIUS. THE SECOND PART, FINDING EDEN, IS AVAILABLE NOW. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and graphic sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.

Why I want to read it?

I’ve read Archer’s Voice and god, I wasn’t able to stop thinking about Archer for days after that. The blurb is so unique and I trust Mia Sheridan a lot. If her writing style is like Archer’s Voice then I am already in love with this book.Read More »

[Review] Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan

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A New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journalbestselling book. Archer’s Voice is a full-length, standalone romance.

When Bree Prescott arrives in the sleepy, lakeside town of Pelion, Maine, she hopes against hope that this is the place where she will finally find the peace she so desperately seeks. On her first day there, her life collides with Archer Hale, an isolated man who holds a secret agony of his own. A man no one else sees.

Archer’s Voice is the story of a woman chained to the memory of one horrifying night and the man whose love is the key to her freedom. It is the story of a silent man who lives with an excruciating wound and the woman who helps him find his voice. It is the story of suffering, fate, and the transformative power of love.

THIS IS A STANDALONE SIGN OF LOVE NOVEL, INSPIRED BY SAGITTARIUS. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.

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My god! I am so sleepy but I need to do this now before my feelings vanish. I actually believe that it is possible for two people to love so deeply to the point they would die for one another. I need to believe that love is what motivates humans to succeed. People shouldn’t be loveless and especially people like Archer who need it the most. This book should be an example of cruel, awful and selfish people can be and yet there is still humanity in them. At the end they all see but sometimes it’s too late.

Archer was a lucky man and got himself a woman like Bree. Bree was his knight in shinning armor and she was a fighter. She was through so much and though she was as damaged she fought for her life and went on. Well she had people who loved her and supported her but still it’s not something you just manage to do. Bree is amazing.

On the other hand, Archer was alone, completely alone and he couldn’t even speak. Easy? Absolutely not. It was a wonder he made it that far and survived even after being treated like an animal, maybe worse. What do you do when you’re being bullied your whole life? Unfortunatelly, there are kids that can’t handle it and kill themselves but in Archer’s case he just isolated himself and became a loner. When Bree came into his life and changed everything he got the courage to find himself not just because he wanted to live for himself but because he wanted to be worthy for Bree. She was his wake up call and I wish we could all have a Bree into our lives.
It wasn’t easy for them but they were a match made from heaven and they made each other a better person and that’s why love is the greatest gift someone can give. Love is a wonder.

The plot was amazing and even thought it was a bit predictable I didn’t even care. No, this time I just didn’t mind any flaw. The writting style was tiring but I finished the book in just a day because I ignored this as well. There were also some questioning parts like when Bree was holding Archer and still was able to sign to him and other silly things like that but yeah I am becoming bitchy again and I’ll just stop.

I was going to rate the book 3 stars if it wasn’t for both Archer’s and Bree’s well written characters! I loved them both and they deserve a star each! 5 stars from me it is.


[Mia Sheridan]

[Review] Zeus by Kamery Solomon

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Vegas is not where Karly had imagined herself to be at this point in her life.She was supposed to be living in California, soaking up the sun and enjoying the life of an artist. Instead, she’s just moving out of her parent’s house and going to a school that could loosely be called her second choice. When she meets Zeus Drakos, owner of the new hit casino and resort in town, he seems just like every other jerk guy out there. How was she supposed to know who he really was?

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This book was a disaster. I do hate leaving bad reviews but I can’t help it.

You know Zeus, the mighty king of Gods and all. In this book the fates actually banish Zeus from Olympus, they take his powers because he divorced Hera. Please! Nobody gets to banish Zeus from his home because all the other gods owe him and because if it wasn’t for him they wouldn’t exist. Zeus can cheat whenever he wants because he is freaking Zeus and nobody can stop him, not even Hera.
So I hated the fact that in this book Zeus was not Zeus but a classic creepy, rich, player with bitchy attitude. NO! God/Zeus can act that way because he is a god, but not human/Zeus.

About Karly; I hate her. She is the worst kind of female lead one can find in books. She is completely immature, she never listens to what others have to say and she is selfish, she comes to conclusions and creates unessecery drama and even though she is a college student she acts like a spoiled 15-years-old (no offense you’re not all bad, just the spoiled ones!).

Other than that it was not even well written. It was like all these fan fiction written by amateurs that I used to read. Not a good job at all..

It is really sad that I actually spent hours of my life reading it but I did it because I wanted to give it a chance. Maybe the plot would have been better, maybe I misjudged it but no.

Anyway if you have second thoughts about reading I suggest you don’t but that’s me. It is always nice to give books a chance because you never know. I mean we all have different tastes and opinions so you may actually enjoy it!


[Kamery Solomon]

[Review] Deeper by Blue Ashcroft

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Rain Wilson isn’t ever going to love again.

It’s a promise she made the day her boyfriend died in a water park accident, one she still blames herself for. Now she’s a senior lifeguard in a new town with a new pool and she’s just going to keep her head down and everyone safe.

Until a mysterious guy follows her into the waves at the pre-season bonfire and kisses her senseless. It’s just one mistake, and Rain is determined to put it behind her, until the dark haired, blue eyed hottie turns out to be her new co-supervisor Knight Mcallister.

Knight is hot, tatted, and carrying baggage of his own. He’s not happy about having Rain for a co-supervisor, and he’s even less happy about his attraction to her.

But between lifeguard drama, hot underwater kisses, and a growing attraction between them that can’t be stopped, Knight and Rain are being pulled deeper into their pasts, and realizing that sometimes too much broken can make a relationship impossible.

Then again sometimes it’s the broken parts of us that fit together best.

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I am not even sure why I started reading this one but it was absolutely boring and annoying. I will start with the fact that both Rain and Knight have a dramatic past and they both lost their loved ones.

Ok I can handle one of the main leads to be in pain because of a traumatic past but when they both happen to find each other and actually try to “fit together their broken pasts” then it bothers me.

Not freaking realistic at all.

Rape, abuse and sexism… I am not going to start anylizing them because of my lack of knowledge in the matter and because of my poor english. I will just say that everything that was written in that book didn’t feel right while reading.

Every male in the story feels the need to assault Rain and of course our Kinght (in shinning armor) comes for the rescue. How is that possible? And how is possible for Knight not to like her and yet like her? He doesn’t even know what he wants.

Disturbed characters in a weird storyline is really repulsive.

And I won’t even discuss about Amy, Rain’s lesbian friend who’s actually not so lesbian at the end. It’s like the author at first desided that Amy is a lesbian but regretted later. Anyway Rain and Amy’s relationship is kind of messed up and I can’t make sense in whatever I am trying to say.

Well it was a sick book and I need to express myself more but I feel like it’s not worth my time. I better go and find another book to read. Maybe one that the leads have normal names.


[Blue Ashcroft]

[Review] Lick by Kylie Scott

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Waking up in Vegas was never meant to be like this.

Evelyn Thomas’s plans for celebrating her twenty-first birthday in Las Vegas were big. Huge. But she sure as hell never meant to wake up on the bathroom floor with a hangover to rival the black plague, a very attractive half-naked tattooed man, and a diamond on her finger large enough to scare King Kong. Now if she could just remember how it all happened.

One thing is for certain, being married to rock and roll’s favourite son is sure to be a wild ride.

Ι admit that I am a bit frustrated and I guess 2 stars will do.

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There will be SPOILERS, please read carefully.

Actually there were parts that I enjoyed and parts that drove me crazy, not in a good way. I’ll start with the thing that I liked. First of all it was the writting style; I can handle english language pretty well but I can’t read too complicated stuff, so I am satisfied since the book was simply but beautifully written. The plot was interesting and waking up married in Vegas had potential for a really good story even if Mrs. Scott screwed up a lot. And there were a couple of characters like Mal and Lauren that actually made the story more appealing, but that’s all.

So let’s talk about our female lead, Ev, who wakes up married in Vegas. She is in a bathroom, having a hang over with a half-naked stranger and her first thought is how hot he is and not WHO THE FUCK that dude is. WRONG. Ev and her friend went just the two of them to celebrate in Vegas, they both got wasted and she recalls her friend leaving her alone for some random guy. WRONG. She founds out about her marriage and yet she doesn’t even care to ask who this man really is. WRONG. So after giving it some thought the wiser solution she found was to get a divorce without telling anyone in order to get help. Yeah that was genious. Anyway shit happens and she discovers that her husband is actually David Ferris, a rock star, and they meet so that they can take care of the scandal and the divorce. Somehow she manages to fall in love with him in THREE FUCKING DAYS (or maybe a week) even though the guy is a complete brainless dick with jealousy issues. And here I am asking you, how can you actually fall in love in three days a guys like that?

David, being a rock star and drunk, decided to marry a young girl that made him feel like a better person and apparently liked him for who he was and not for being a rock star. I accept that and I can relate but what I don’t accept is the fact that he got mad when Ev couldn’t remember what happened and dumped her without explaining anything. What the fuck was he expecting? He just told ther that he will divorce her and when he saw her again he was being a rude, mean asshole. Yet somehow things kinda worked out and they got closer. He made her promise that she wouldn’t leave him and that they would both try to make it happen. Yet he couldn’t let her in, he got jealous over her because she was breathing, he didn’t say back that he loved her (which was the most rational thing to do since he didn’t know her!) and he cheated on her with his ex-gf who was working as his PA. That little, selfish fucktard. Who the hell do you think you are mister?

Then there’s a break up and Ev can’t handle it. OH MY GOD! She knew that guy for like a week and she acted like she lost the love of her life. Yes he might be but she couldn’t know that in such a sort time. She should’t even care about him. It’s impossible to love someone THAT much in a week. So David, after a month of silence, appears and asks for forgivness. (because he cheated on her… and they weren’t even together long enough… with his fucking ex) Dude you have no right to do that. He sent me so many negative, angry vibes. Selfish asshole being selfish. Then there was Ev yelling at him that she won’t forgive him and I got excited. I thought ‘damn it was about time for her to be rational’ and then goes the freaking angry, make up sex which was not make up sex at all because they didn’t make up. She was still mad. Yeah girl that was the right way to show him how angry and how over him you are. You go girl! Oh my god why are both so freaking stupid and annoying? That was when I stopped reading. I just couldn’t burn more of my precious brain cells.

It’s such a pity because I was excited to read it and because a friend suggested it and I wanted so bad to like it. It’s an absolutely not/don’t bother to read book for me. Sorry!


[Kylie Scott]