I was hooked from the first chapters. The characters, the story, the sexual tension, I loved it all and wanted more each time I finished a chapter. It took me one day to finish this book and that's only because I had a few things to do because I feel like I could have read it in a few hours.
I loved all the characters in this book, Remi to Dax, to Lulu to Spider, to Elizabeth to Declan and of course we can't forget Malcolm. All of them together made this story so interesting and I couldn't put down my book.
Of course, the main focus is around Remi and Dax. I don't know how to explain my feelings about these two. I loved the sexual tension between them of course, but I think it was the way they interacted with one another that was so entertaining that captivated me from the beginning.
We can forget that there are some issues and trying to work around those with the heat they both get whenever they are close isn't easy and so much has been left unsaid between them that it can't be solved quickly (which is really good for us readers).
And add a few more obstacles and you got yourself a rollercoaster of feels throughout this book. I wish I could say more but I really want to keep this spoiler free and therefore, I'm keeping this really general.
But I believe you will fall for Remi and Dax's story. You have everything in this book to keep you hooked until the end. Whether they might annoy you will depend on you. I would have slapped them from time to time but only because I adore them and want them to wake up and be happy hahaha
I will also add that I loved reading from both of their point of views because you get both side of the story; making it more complete.
Bottom line, I need more of these British boys. I'm hoping for a new book in this series (though each book can be read as a standalone). I do have someone in mind for the next book and I really hope Ilsa will hear our prayers.
This book can be read as a standalone or you can go and read Dirty English before to read about the other hot British, Declan ;)...more
In the sequel of The Prince & The Player, we find Zelda again running away from those who want to hurtOriginal review on Julalicious Book Paradise
In the sequel of The Prince & The Player, we find Zelda again running away from those who want to hurt her. While trying to outrun the danger, Zelda finds herself in her old habits with Seth though it doesn't feel the same when your life is constantly in danger.
But Zee is still the same outspoken and intelligent girl we first met if only a little more aware of her surroundings and a little bit more paranoid.
You have to love her determination to stay alive and protect the ones she loves. From book one, you can tell that she is a protector especially around her sister and leaving her behind might have been hard, but she did it knowing she was more protected this way. Zee is probably one of my favourite characters in this duology; she has attitude and she isn't afraid to do anything if she knows it's the right thing to do.
I was happy to find her again with Cal too. As the story is more focus on the two of them, we got to see a lot more of them arguing, making up, arguing again and making up. He wants to protect her and she doesn't want him to or more likely, she doesn't want to do what he wants her to do. The two of them try to save her from the criminals wanting her dead, but it's anything but easy to do with people always one step ahead of them and who have allies just about everywhere.
I loved Cal in this book though I already loved him in the first book too. He is like Zee on so many levels that its probably why sometimes, their encounters could be quite passionate. They are both strong headed people and both want things to be done their way.
While Zee and Cal are reunited again, nothing is easy. Forgiveness is hard for him though he loves her so much. He is angry at her, but he wants her so much at the same time. He wants to strangle her while protecting her from every harm. Both of them are are struggling with the situation though neither can't deny the love between them. They may be wrong for each other, but love doesn't really care.
Overall, this was an awesome ending to this duology. It's a quick and entertaining reading all wrapped in with love, lust and drama. These two books will keep you on your
I'm still hoping to get a story about Logan (want to know who he is? Read the book :P) because he deserves something which is why I'm really hoping that Tia will grant me my wish.
A HUGE THANK YOU TO TIA LOUISE & INKSLINGER PR for giving me the opportunity to read and give an honest review of this book....more