by Bec Botefuhr
1 of 5 stars
Violet has been raised in a world with bikers, rough men and separated parents. The only savior in her world, was her love for Travis, her best friend. They grew up together, creating a hopeless friendship against all odds. Then he left, with no goodbye, no explanation.
Travis went on and became a successful rockstar, Violet moved on and thought she was finally over it. Then Travis returns and tugs on her heart strings all over again. She finds it hard to say no, she is different now…she isn’t the girl he once adored; dark things have happened to her. What if she isn’t what he believes he wants so badly?
Come on Travis and Violet’s journey of love, heartache and all the things in between.
This was just so very bad. I read reviews before I started this book and some said that it just had way too much going on. I really didn’t think it would bother me. I was so wrong.
So the hero is a CEO, rockstar, biker gang member and her childhood best friend and crush. Why not just make him a werewolf and cover all of your bases? Damn. It could have been a cool read but it was so fragmented and unfinished that it just fell flat. You want to make the hero all of these thing? Great. But you should be prepared to go into more detail as to how this happened, how he manages it and most importantly why.
I felt zero connection with the characters and did not understand their motivations or anything beyond very basic personality descriptions. This book ended on a crazy cliffhanger that should send me racing to buy the next book but I’m finding that I just could not care less what happens next.
Price: $8.26 on Amazon
Length: 266 pages
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