- File Size: 1760 KB
- Print Length: 180 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1947184024
- Publisher: Hostile Whispers Press, LLC; 2 edition (November 27, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 27, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N0KDB60
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,927 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Berzerker (Twirled World Ink Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Please get an editor JM. Your storylines are too good to ruin them by not editing.
The relationship felt real: insecurities were reasonable, the build up nice, execution of the real 'beginning' of the relationship steamy, and the follow through very satisfying. I liked that Dabney played with certain tropes, but made Zerk and Landon reasonable and communicative.
I have more issues with the supporting caste: everyone seemed to be at default of 'hard truth' and 'pick at someone'. Sometimes I would forget if Lucky or Peaches or Trouble (and later Lily) were talking, as they all really seemed to be the same. I never really got a good description of anyone in the book, either. The weird names were a disconnect, too. Maybe I'm too vanilla, but all the nicknames were really odd to me. Scary, Trouble, Lucky, Berzerker.... Maybe if I had more context of why they had these names, it wouldn't be so weird. I was in the military and never had so many outlandish nicknames that wasn't just a shortening of the family name.
The good did outweigh the bad story wise, but the grammar was the real issue for me. I'll give the next book a try.
I noticed a lot of complaints about editing, and I will say that I did not purchase the books until the second, re-edited edition was published. That being said, most of the errors I saw were more the "typo" variety, rather than real grammar issues, which I find much easier to overlook. I think it's possible that Dabney uses some kind of voice-to-text software that's giving her trouble with homophones. Nonetheless, I read them all and I'm looking forward to Bull's story.
This cover is so perfect; Zerk is gorgeous!
Zerk, is a tattoo artist at Twisted Ink. Those guys are crazy.. every single one of them. They're family though and if they were real people, I'd totally hang out with every single one of them lol
Anyway, back to Zerk; he's just got dumped by the douchiest of douchebags who used to run him down about his huskey body type and his need for rough sex. The guy didn't seem to like anything about Zerk so I'm not sure why they stayed together for so long, but anyway, they broke up. Instead of going back to the house that all the guys shared, his boss's son, Landon; who was just as much apart of the family as the rest of em, and love of Zerk's life, and Landon wasn't taking no for an answer, because Landon loved Zerk back... everyone knew it but them two it seemed like and it was a bit annoying in the beginning with all the back and forth. BUt, he moved in and that was that.
Landon finally had Zerk in his house. He'd wanted Zerk from the day he laid eyes on him but neither of them would suck it up and tell the other how they felt, although it was blatantly obvious to literally everyone, because it's all anyone talked about. Even both sets of parents.
While Zerk was living with Landon, things got hot and heated one morning that was interrupted by Zerk's parents, that ended the wierdness and started the relationship! Finally!!!
Then, Zerk's ex started coming around. I thought his whole part was unnesessary, even though it was fun watching him get rejected time and time again, after he'd treated Zerk so badly. I honestly thought he was going to cause more trouble than he did and was glad that, that didn't happen.
These two were super cute together; oh along with their big dog Hercules, who was just a huge added, puppy bonus! Sometimes the dialogue was a little bit, meh; but overall, this story was super cute and it ended with the hope of Trouble being next! :)
Looking forward to it.
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