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Buttons and Hate (Volume 2) Paperback – February 7, 2017
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But I'm also giving them away.
The more I fall for Crow, the more I want him to do the things that I want. Dinners, dates, and evenings at the beach.
Everything comes at a price, and quickly the hoard of buttons I worked hard to earn are depleted.
Will this go back and forth forever? Or will someone run out of their buttons first?
I wanted to review this series with the last one, but I just had to write something. I love Crowe and Pearl without a doubt my top 5 fave characters of all time!
The chaotic and graphic scenes are far more worse than that of Fifty Shades, having said that I'm waiting on a movie! I love the sex trafficking theme though because I don't think that people give that enough attention as it should!
I can't wait for the next book to come out! I've preordered mine because I'm ready for the next book!
I would recommend this book to anyone that love chaos and falling in love!
This is the 2nd book in a trilogy. It is imperative that you read Book #1, "Buttons & Lace" first. This is not a stand-alone.
But this is an amazing book. It is wonderfully written. The alternating narrative is very effective. HIGHLY recommend if you have the opportunity to read it with the audiobook that you do. The actual audio narrators truly make this book. It has a very strong heroine. Pearl has been put through the wringer and has not only survived, but thrived. She has the kind of backbone that I wish I had in everyday life. She might be pushed down, but she is not out. She does not let the rotten circumstances of her life define who she is right now, or who she wants to be. She uses it to build her life into what she knows she deserves. However, it's not just her tenacity that makes her a great character, but it's her heart. After everything she's experienced and is still enduring, she still has the ability to love and forgive. She gives forgiveness to someone that in reality probably didn't deserve it in a situation that the majority of people wouldn't be able too. And despite everything, she opens up to the possibility of love. And not in the "I'm stupidly forgetting what happen to me 5 pages ago so that there can be this awesome sex scene" sort of way. She is caution and weary about the people around her. She is very much aware of their flaws, but sees their potential as well. Pearl is not afraid to demand what she wants for herself, even if it comes at a cost. And the main male character, Crow, isn't easy on her. He is not an easy man. He's dark, intimidating, can be down right cruel. But there is something about Pearl and her resilience that is causing him to rethink his position on a lot of things in his life. Pearl also exhibits an empathy for those around her that, given her circumstances, no one would fault her if she just didn't give a damn. It really endears her and again makes her very real.
Wonderfully written. This storyline seems a little far fetched if you were just to pick up a review that said "sex traffic girl falls for one of the men in her chain of captures." I mean that makes it seem like just another run-of-the-mill Stockholm Syndrome story. This is not that at all. It's about a woman who refuses to be victim. It's about a man you decides to look at someone as a human and not just a means to an end. It's about overcoming sorrow and circumstances and doing something for someone to help them heal and become whole. And it is completely believable. I never once doubted that I could possibly run into Pearl in a cafe and after becoming friends, years down the road, have her tell me her story of survival and be able to believe every word of how she got where she was in her life. That's a testament to Ms. Sky and her ability to bring you in.
Very captivating. Thank you, Ms. Sky.