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Oh. And how could I almost forget to mention the descriptions of building/construction? I don't know exact what drywall is, but we get to hear a lot about its installation..A LOT.
As the plot begins, the major plot strands seem pretty obvious and, sure enough, events duly roll out with lots of building and sex in between.
I liked the book, but if I sound ambivalent, it's because as I turned pages I found myself thinking, "More drywall?" "More lunchtime descriptions?" and finally even "More sex?"
My final summary is:
1. Nice main couple,mature for a KA pairing
2. Sweet romance with some very touching moments.
3. Drawn out plot that felt a bit predictable and could've used some editing.
When I first stumbled upon KA with Breathe, I couldn't believe how much I loved her books. I've read and re-read all 51 books. She was creative, funny, and basically, a kickass breath of fresh air. Lately, her stuff is just rambling with too many plot points. At least this book didn't have the obligatory awful ex-wife/bad mom. I'm really tired of that. Am I looking forward to her next book? Absolutely, but I still think this series needed to end at #5.
KA, I will always love you, but hope you maybe change it up. Bring back your kickass style without the formula of bad grammar and
Deke doesn't deny he is attracted to Justice, but she is out of his league. He was burned before by a rich girl and he knows it is just a matter of time before she shows her true colors. Time passes and Deke begins to realize he is wrong about Justice and when she is attacked, Deke is by her side and he has no plan to leave that side.
This was just the book I had been looking for, I was swept away and loved this couple. Justice is a powerful heroine who is up there on all time favorites. Loved Deke, he is kind of a grumbly bear but has a side to him that I did not see coming. A definite favorite.
I freaking adored Deke. Yes, he was an ass, for about a second, then he realized he was being an ass and shut that down. Yes, he still held back and kept some boundaries up but I understood his reasoning. He needed a certain lifestyle to stay sane and he didn’t see her fitting in it. He was who he was and didn’t apologize for it. Once he was in, he was all in, caring for her, taking on her issues, and basically being a shield for her. I loved it.
I really liked Jussy too. Down to earth despite her pedigree, she lived life on her terms. I respected that. She wanted Deke but was willing to be what he needed her to be because she cared for him, even if that meant having him as just a friend. He didn’t treat her like crap so I didn’t see this as doormat behavior at all.
Once they got together, their chemistry was smoking hot as were some of the sex scenes. One complaint is that it took too long to get there, and once they finally did, it was sex scene after sex scene. There was so much sex, I started skimming the scenes.
I do think the book bogged down in the middle. I’m not sure if it was the slow progression of the relationship or how some of the dialogue seemed a bit all over the place. I loved a lot of Jussy’s inner thoughts, feeling like I was getting an in-depth look into Kristen Ashley’s heart, but at times I think the emotions were so big, maybe KA had a hard time translating them into the written word.
A complaint I had was that towards the end, one scene was so reminiscent of what happened to Ally and Darius in Rock Chick Revolution that I almost felt like I was betraying them while reading it– weird I know. It was so very powerful the first time I read it, it has stuck with me. I have no idea why KA went there again.
Even with the issues I felt it had when I closed the book I had a huge smile on my face. KA books are full of emotion and make me feel things and Bounty was no exception. I loved it, I will re-read it, and I can’t wait for the next one in the Colorado Mountain Series, even though it’s the last.
What I Loved:
How strong both Deke and Jussy were as main characters, putting each other first.
The cameos!!! I was in drywall hanging hot guy heaven.
What Didn’t Work For Me:
Some of the dialogue
That one scene…..
The slow middle
The rushed ending
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