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Force (Southside Brotherhood, #1)
Michele A.'s review
Aug 09, 2015
This book kind of confused me in the beginning. We get a glimpse at a period of time in the prologue and then Chapter 1 takes place several months earlier. I had a hard time following past and present timelines in this book and that took away from it for me. Cameron and Victoria begin this book at lunch during Thanksgiving in the throes of a disagreement. It takes most of the book to find out what this disagreement stems from. Cameron is known for leaving when things get tough and he really does it throughout the book. Victoria is a doormat to almost everyone in her life, Cameron being no different. He looks out for her but expects her to follow his every command. I had a hard time feeling any sympathy for Victoria because, time and time again, she let others treat her like crap and put their needs ahead of her own. Even when faced with the unthinkable in order to save her two "fathers" she doesn't speak up for herself. She tries to hide the whole situation from Cameron and doesn't take any responsibility for letting them use her like this. Cameron knows he has a long way to go to get her to understand her real worth, but he goes about it so wrong in my opinion. Their sex scenes were a little too much for me at times and the fact that he constantly felt the need to punish her to show her he was her "Daddy" did not make me feel any love or understanding for either one of them. Having another tyrant in her life should have had Victoria running for the hills and not trying to do anything to please him. Was not my favorite couple at all.
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August 8, 2015 – Finished Reading
August 9, 2015 – Shelved