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Breaking Meredith: A Dark Romance (Disciples Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07DV5QQ64
- Publication date : June 17, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 5484 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 319 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #12,235 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Having had Simon pop up in all previous books, his quirkiness is well and truly established. This book embraced that, especially his germaphobe ways and need for cleanliness and order. I loved it, particularly because this made Simon stand out from the usual alphas of Lucifer's pack. It was both endearing and hilarious and added a lot to both this story, and the previous books'. I found Meredith a little harder to like. For the first half of the book, she was bratty and petulant. I did like her more in the second half of the book, but I had to work towards it. She didn't like Lucifer, so she was never going to endear herself to me straight away lol. The relationship between the two was a case of opposites attracting. Their connection was immediate and passionate, with Simon being possessive, protective and dominant. Phwoar!
As with all of the books in this series, the story was over the top in parts. There were a few typos throughout the novel, but nothing too dramatic. I also found some of the characters' monologues drawn out and overly angsty, which made some parts seem repetitive and borderline cheesy. For these reasons, I took a star off even though I enjoyed the book.
I absolutely loved Lucifer and Lily popping up in the stories. Please, please, please have this continue to happen but more frequently! I love reading about them. I also really enjoyed Simon's dryness and annoyance at the crew. One of my favourite quotes from him in the book - "Die in a fire, all of you" after they're having fun at his expense. It killed me. I've already purchased and read the next book and can't wait for future installments. More Lucifer (please :) Oh, and the cover is fabulous!
Looking forward to where the next journey takes us.
*arc gifted to leave an honest review*
I love Meredith's character of the strong female who is able to fend and protect herself, but there is still that little girl inside that needs the approval and support of family and friends every now and then. Although her relationship with her brother Lucifer is a bit strained at the moment, I just love that he is still protective of her and only want the best for her, no matter how angry she is with him. Now, I really enjoy the challenge she is to Simon on every level and how much she does to thwart him and get him to reveal the man behind the mask he shows everyone. The unraveling of their relationship although hilarious, was just beautiful and endearing to read about. The way they get under each other's skin and fight tooth and nail to keep their emotions and feelings under lock and key was emotional and pretty intense.
The comrade of the disciples team members on the revelation of Simon's status was just comical and entertaining. I love how much they have each other's back and how far they will go to protect each other no matter what. It's even great to get a look into how Simon is able to know things before they even happen at times and how much of a hold he has a pulse on everything happening around them. That wide reach is pretty amazing.
I hope and pray that this is not the last of the disciples. Please let there be more to come. Will James end up with the chiefs daughter and how much of a role will Gabriel play and his story.
Top reviews from other countries
The series keeps getting better and never letsnme down 5*
Two strong stubborn leads very set in their ways, who've been thrust together. He wants to protect he, as he's done for five years, she wants out from under her brothers influence.
Well paced and well written this book is full of suspense, just the right amount of darkness and hot romance in between. They're two people who shouldn't work but do. One thing is clear though, you don't get between their love... not if you want to live another day.