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This book kept me engaged from the start. Mason was one of those characters I loved to hate and hated to love, but I loved him anyway. What can I say about Beth? She was adorably naïve, blissfully unaware of Mason’s flaws and so starry-eyed in love with him that when she found out the truth about what he’d done, it completely blindsided her and left her heart shattered. My heart hurt for her for so many reasons, none of which I will list here, because I try to avoid leaving spoilers in my reviews, but I can say that if you are looking for a super hot, filthy read with just enough heartache to make –your- heart ache, then this book should definitely be on your-to-read list.
Mason has pretty much de-humanized women by the time this story starts. They are categorized, used, and treated like merchandise between him and his warped club of billionaire buddies.
By the time they agree to their next entry candidate, Mason is bored and jaded.
Beth retains her sweetness and wholesomeness as she is sucked into his decadent world. She falls hard for him and innocently trusts him with her mind, soul, and body.
The scenes are very graphic and dialogue is coarse. Mason's dialogue doesn't really change with Beth, even though you can see he is attracted and attached to her in a different way. He still refers to her as "the brunette" which (to me) shows that he still objectified her, not identified with her as a person. I think I was hoping for more of a personality change when it came to Beth.
The climactic scene where Beth finds out about the book was fantastically written. Horrifying, heartbreaking, totally unredeemable entries and pictures. Her worst nightmare unfolds before our eyes. My heart broke right along with Beth.
Because of this huge, well written "big reveal", I thought the conclusion and Beth's forgiveness and HEA wasn't as satisfying.
LOTS and LOTS of over the top coarse, raunchy, dirty scenes. Fans of this author will not be disappointed!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
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