I knew this book would hurt me. Everyone warned me. But did I listen? No. I never do. I cried. So. Freaking. Hard.
I thought Ty and E would kill me. HI knew this book would hurt me. Everyone warned me. But did I listen? No. I never do. I cried. So. Freaking. Hard.
I thought Ty and E would kill me. Honestly, I could feel the heartbreak and the desperation and the love these two shared. I could imagine that cute teenage guy coming up to the new girl and asking for some gum. I could picture this man fighting his way back into the heart of his wife. I could hear her sobs as she realized she couldn't do this--life--without him. I felt it all.
I don't know how much of my complete heartbreak--and laughter--comes from Adriana Locke's ability to write so perfectly or the outstanding narration from Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross. I'm a sucker for that duo, but there was just something special, something a little bit more with this book that had me a blubbering mess as I pulled into my parking spot at work.
I typically listed to books on my way to and from work. It's the only kid free time I have and so I have to fit my smutty romance books in during this time. Oh, how I wish I had finished this after my scheduled shift. I went to work with a tear-stained face and completely heartbroken. My co-workers were worried. And then I got to feel like a jerk for telling them I was an emotional wreck because of a book. Because Ty and E and Linsdey and Jigs and Cord completely broke me.
They broke me and they put me all back together into a not so neat box. But Adriana did put me back together.
I knew something had to happen. I knew it because fellow book friends don't lie. I knew it because you come to expect a certain amount of heartbreak in your romance books. I knew it because I knew I hadn't suffered enough.
Is my review confusing? Because it needs to be said that I love a good ugly cry book as much as I love a good rom-com. And I LOVED this book. Every character was perfect. They all played off of each other, they fueled the love and the romance, they were the story. They were everything.
I'll be the first to admit I grabbed this because it promised MFMF sex. Let's face it, I have no contr3 "I really don't think I can share you" Stars
I'll be the first to admit I grabbed this because it promised MFMF sex. Let's face it, I have no control when it comes to books and the more, the merrier. This is also true of the sex scenes I want to read. I have no limits. I will read what you give me. I know a 3 star rating may turn many people away, but it shouldn't do that. I have unrealistic expectations and not everyone can meet them. However, Dani Nichole has a lot of potential. I know I want to continue with this series because I'm dying to know what happens next.
Should I skip to the sex? I know that's why you're here. The sex is hot. I mean, two girls, two guys? What's not to enjoy? It's all there. F/F, M/F, F/M/F, M/F/M. But it's missing the one thing I love about group sex: M/M--or any variation of this. Give me some M/M action and I will be yours forever. I guess I just want more sex in this dirty, short sex book.
I know this is a short story and that there is a lot happening in such a short span of time, but I think the story could use some more depth. Maybe that's just me wanting more development, but maybe not. Like I said, the potential is there. This feels rushed. Again, I know it's short, but that doesn't mean it can't be fulfilling. Speaking of being fulfilled, if you just want a bunch of sex, this will be fulfilling. If you want more of a story, you might not be as satisfied.
"YES JESSIE. Damn. I told you. I want this, I want you, I want to see you and here, and I want you to see me and him."...more
Keeping Her Wet is all sorts of dirty. It's a quick, hot trip down memory lane. This is the perfect way to revi5 "You can suck my cock for that" Stars
Keeping Her Wet is all sorts of dirty. It's a quick, hot trip down memory lane. This is the perfect way to revisit all of your favorite M. Robinson couples. I know I enjoyed seeing these guys and their women again. It's always fun to see where they are now.
Plus, who doesn't love an alpha? Or ten? And I haven't found a smutty reader yet who hated a good old fashioned M/F/M scene.
I let her feel like she was in control, which was a bunch of bullshit. I was. I always am.
Max and Nora have one of the hottest one-night stands ever. The next time I find myself in an airport, I'll be lookin4.5 Friends Don't Dry Hump Stars
Max and Nora have one of the hottest one-night stands ever. The next time I find myself in an airport, I'll be looking for a Max to keep me company. Seriously. Where can I find Max?
He's sexy when he's quiet. Then he opens his damn mouth and the asshole comes out.
He's a cocky, arrogant, know it all kind of guy. Which pretty much means I want him all for myself. He's the tatted up bad boy you know you shouldn't mess with, but you do it anyway. And you love every minute of it. Nora is no exception here.
"We can't not live because if fear of death. We're all dying. It's all about making life worth it, isn't it?"
Because sometimes those random encounters cam turn into something more when you least expect it. Like six months down the road after you've established a routine in a new city. Or six months down the road when your business is finally starting to take off and you have a meeting with a new client. You gotta live. You gotta take those chances.
I've never had these types of feelings for another person. Ever. I can fuck, hard. I can smooth talk women to get in their panties...but I don't know what to do with these feelings inside of me right now.
Feelings are hard. Max and Nora are a bit jaded by past life events, but you can't live in the past. However, the past is what shapes the person. The past is why these two are afraid of what they're feeling.
I kiss her like my life depends on it. I kiss her like it's our first kiss in a long-ass time. I kiss her like I need her...and I do....more
I have been dying to revisit Sasha and Jax. After listening to this, I'm not sure why. I fucking cried. I cried the first time and I think I cried eveI have been dying to revisit Sasha and Jax. After listening to this, I'm not sure why. I fucking cried. I cried the first time and I think I cried even more this time. I knew how it would end. I knew what would happen, yet I still fucking cried.
I know Huss says this is a standalone, but you will get so much more out of this book if you read everything else. Sasha first shows up in Ford Aston's book. Then she's a key player in Come, Come Back, and Coming for You. We see her again in Meet Me in the Dark, where we get Merc and Sydney's story. She's even mentioned--unnamed, but mentioned--in 321. So, yes, this is Sasha's standalone book, but you'll appreciate it more when you know her entire story.
My recommendation? Go back and start with Rook and Ronin. Get to know those characters, Ford, and Spencer. If you do this, then those names will actually mean something when you hear them in WL. But if you're a rebel, you can start here. You will get everything you need for this story in this book. Julie does not disappoint in that regard. And if she says this can be a standalone, who am I to argue?
Does anyone really want to hear about this story or just how it makes me feel? Because I'm not summarizing this one. I'm just telling you that it makes me feel everything. Hate, love, sadness, happiness, trepidation, unease, and the list continues. This book touches on all of my feelings and that is why I had to come back. I had to go back to see how Sasha Cherlin got her happy ending. Because when you meet that seen-too-much twelve year old girl, you just have to know how her story ends. Yohave to see what this kid goes through for her HEA.
And then there's Jax. And Nick. And the sheer mention of The Team. That original Team that sent me on a reading binge like I had never before seen or experienced.
This is the conclusion to all of those Company books. In true Huss fashion, she takes you on quite a journey. ...more
I had heard this book was good, but I didn't expect the laugh out loud goodness that came from this book. I didn't expect to f5 HOLY SHITBUCKETS Stars
I had heard this book was good, but I didn't expect the laugh out loud goodness that came from this book. I didn't expect to fall in love with Dani and Ram. I didn't expect to find my next book boyfriend in Ram's brother, Roman (I have a thing for the hate fuck). I didn't expect a wrong number to turn into something oh-so-right. And this book was oh-so-right. It was cute and fun and low on the angst, but it was also sweet and loving and real.
She soothes parts of me I didn't know were upset. Her presence warms parts of me that I didn't realize were cold and bitter."
Ram is a bit broken and needs something to go right for him. Just once. Dani is coming out of a shitty relationship and is in desperate need of a backbone. One wrong number later and these two are the absolute best thing for each other. A chance encounter--or three-brings Dani and Ram face to face. Sexual tension flies.
"Are you sure about this?" "Never been surer," I reply. "You swear? Because once I get started with you, there is no stopping me."
The sex is hot. The sex is real and full of emotion. The sex is dirty. Ram has a mouth on him and he isn't afraid to use it.
As cute and sweet and heartwarming Dani and Ram are, my heart lies with Andie and Roman. Some of the best scenes involve these crazy characters and I can't wait to see more of them in Hate 2 Lovers.
Anyway, here's why they rock my world:
"I wasn't born with enough middle fingers to let you know how I feel about you," he says sadly. "So it's just Fuck and You." He waggles his middle fingers and his grin is wicked.
I thought she'd been kidding, but she was serious. In the past two months, I've seen her when I go out with Dani and Ram, but we haven't fucked. That much. Way less than before. Okay, so it waas this morning. But still...we're in no better position than we were months ago. Hate fucking on speed dial is how you'd define our "relationship."
Yeah, I've got it bad for Roman. I can't help it. I just recently said all books should have a hate fuck. Andie and Roman are the definition of hate fucking.