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- Print Length: 342 pages
- Publisher: K. Elliott Enterprises, INC (July 24, 2018)
- Publication Date: July 24, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07D6TVTXD
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,335 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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So despite the warnings and the battle in my head, I went ahead and read this book. Not because I’m a masochist. Or maybe? These days I’m not so sure anymore. But no, I really didn’t want to miss out on the scenes with future heroes, Cord & Trevor and their heroines. So yes, I had to suck it up. And yes it was horrible. Almost as bad as Steed’s book. To me, there is nothing sexy or romantic about a hero treating heroine like sh!t and flaunting his relationship in her face. It was vomit-inducing, just reading the sex scenes with his girlfriend while heroine was not far away. What an insensitive and d*ck move. Haven’t Harley cry, pine, beg for forgiveness enough? I felt she’s paid her penance and owned up to her mistake. She GROVELED plenty and tried to explain throughout the years. This is more than I can say for some other Heroes in second chance novels. So throw the poor girl a freaking bone, man. She didn’t really cheat on him. But Tripp couldn’t let it go nor hear her out. Ugh! Couldn’t stand his immature attitude and the mix signals he kept sending Harley. Even after her confessing the truth. His denial and “conflicted feelings” still went on wayyyy too long in the book. So much so that I barely felt anything once he decided to give Harley another chance. The damage has already been done by that point. I was exhausted. Couldn’t care less nor get any enjoyment of them finally being together. No matter how deliriously happy it made Harley.
If Tripp didn’t spend over half the book with OW, it would have saved this book. Truly, it would. If there was more focus and relationship building between him and Harley. But NOPE. Tripp remained blind, a jerk, and stubborn. Determined to keep Mallory as his girlfriend. Despite him having doubts. And desiring Harley. AND being irrationally jealous of her with another man. Hello, she’s single…buddy. And you don’t want her back, right? As least she didn’t make you witness any of her sexcapades. Not that she had any. As for Mallory. I have no sympathy for her. I really don’t. She was shady, a nasty piece of work. Funny that Tripp was trying to spare her feelings not wanting to hurt or cheat on her. But turns out the witch was seeing someone else while with him. I would love to know WHY this wasn’t brought up or and why she was never confronted with it. Once Tripp broke up with Mallory (before knowing she cheated), she seemed to just slither away into obscurity. And Trip soonafter jumped into bed with Harley. And of course she jumped with glee. Made me scratched my head. We were subjected to unnecessary separation, agony and wallowing on the heroine’s part for well over 60%. And everything’s all of a sudden swept under the rug. And it’s all kumbaya. At least make the guy work for it or suffer a bit. He deserves it. Hell, he barely defended her against Mallory jabs and insults.
Anyways. Despite me wanting to rip Tripp’s ball out for the majority of the book, I‘m glad I read it. Otherwise it would have drove me crazy knowing I might have missed something important in future storylines. I loved seeing the “girl power” all the women rallying around in support of Harley. Also worth it just to get a glimpse of Trevor and Scarlett’s story. I’m preparing myself for the angst but if he follows Mitch’s footsteps (sleeping w/other women after having been with heroine,) I will bloody scream. As for Cord, since his story is next. I’m both excited but also fearful. He’s interested but playing it cool with his Irish chick. But whatever happens, PLEASE give us a strong heroine. Harley was just too sad, broken, and a bit weak to root for. I both pity her and wanted to throttle her at the same time.
The first thing I struggled with is the fact that the H & h didn't reconcile until about the 70% mark. That was kind of frustrating because the majority of the book was them being apart. Secondly, while I totally understand that Tripp had to move on because he felt like Harley left him for another man, I didn't really enjoy reading the very graphic details of his sex with Mallory. And that went on for at least 60% of the book. But, that's just me being picky. I loved the secondary characters! Chloe was so darn cute! Tripp's brothers and sisters and their significant others -- totally awesome! And of course, Hemi -- gotta love her! Great read!
My stomach dropped when Harley over heard him with Mallory and each time she had to see him together.