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- Publication Date : December 2, 2014
- Publisher : Ahead of the Pack, LLC (December 2, 2014)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00PF09ZHO
- Word Wise : Enabled
- File Size : 7082 KB
- Print Length : 326 pages
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #19,033 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The story starts with Hope going up to the clubhouse. Unfortunately, Inga is back to cause trouble and has bought along one of her p*rn friends to get some action and hopefully Rock's interest by organising a private dance for him for his birthday. This, of course, made Hope (and me as a reader) pretty uncomfortable. Hope feels inadequate and is in the realm of the unfamiliar while at the same time being curious and seeming to want to watch. Why Rock would take her in to watch, I have no idea apart from adding a bit of gratituous smut to the story. I'll be honest, I felt that the jealousy theme had been done a lot in Book 1, so the whole Inga storyline annoyed me. When she popped back up soon after the birthday party debacle to have group s*x at the clubhouse, hoping to make Rock jealous, the plot rolled over into the ridiculous for me. It seemed as if it was there purely for drama, but added nothing new to the plot that hadn't already been done. We get it, MC clubhouses can be dens of iniquity.
There was a lot of jealousy in this book revolving around Rock's past with other women. I was over it after a while as, like I said above, this had been well and truly done in Book 1. It made Book 2 seem very repetitive to me. Hope would fire up or get terribly upset about Rock's past with other women around the club, they'd argue, he'd tell her how beautiful she is, etc. they'd make up and then the whole thing would happen again. Club girls began causing trouble for Hope in this novel, making the jealousy factor hard to escape.
The supporting characters in this installment continued to support the story well. I loved Trinity as well as Rock's MC brothers. There was an underground fight, club members run off the road and the usual club issues for extra spice in the story.
While I still enjoyed this book as much as the first one, I found the repetitive plot underwhelming at times and almost like it was set in high school. Rock was very understanding and patient with Hope, but her ability to get really upset and then miss him or want him terribly was laid on thick. There was a lot of back and forth with a stack of misunderstood feelings. I enjoyed it, but I'm going to wait to purchase the third book as I'm not in a rush.
Hope is completely captivated by Rock. His overbearing "take no prisoners" attitude consumes her. As Hope navigates her way through her new "MC LIFE", she questions her ability to be the woman that Rock needs her to be. Some of Rock's brothers are less than thrilled to have a civilian lawyer hanging around the club. Additionally, there are plenty of Rock's former flings hanging around to remind Hope that she is out of her league.
Rock is head over heels in love with Hope. He is battling his loyalty to his club and his love for Hope. It is evident that he must make some decisions on how to balance both. One thing is certain, Rock and Hope are madly in love and he will kill anyone that tries to take her away from him. But can he break down the walls that Hope herself has put up? With Rocks love and devotion for Hope, anything is possible!
Told in dual POV, Corrupting Cinderella was a stunning addition to the series. I loved the internal battle that Hope and Rock had to face. The pacing was packed with action, drama, tenderness, and steamy sex! (YES!!!!) When Hope and Rock are together, their physical connection is explosive! The supporting characters continue to enhance the plot with their witty banter and boisterous behavior. The character connections and loyal bonds are the driving force of this series! To say I have fallen in love with the men of the LOKI MC would be the understatement of the year.
Overall, Corrupting Cinderella is a must read for MC Romance fans! The focus remains on the romance and each moment is captured beautifully. Warning~once you start this series, you will not be able to stop! The natural writing and endearing characters will keep me coming back for more! Bravo Ms. Lake! Bravo!
Top reviews from other countries
Although we left Slow Burn with a HFN ending the pairing still have a long way to go and this book covers the struggles they have to push through in order to reach their happy ever after. Both come from different backgrounds and finding that middle ground to firmly establish foundations is proving a difficult balance for them both.
Hope has now accepted that Rock is in her life but she still has not fully let go of her husband. She still lives in the same house and she still has his things hung in the closet. So until she lets go of her past how can she move on with her future with Rock?
Rock is hesitant to let Hope into his life fully, afraid he will frighten her away once she knows the truth of his club. However Rock will soon find out how strong Hope really is and how good she can be not only for him but for his brothers too. That is if Wrath will keep his doubts and his cynicisms to himself, especially the ‘Cinderella’ comments!
I love this series and how it shows the struggles true love must go through in order to become strong and this is exactly what this book is about. Sometimes I just wanted to strangle Hope though and push her to let go of her past, however that would prove a short told story so the angst we go through is a required addition to the story.
The chemistry between the two continues to develop but now the trust issues come into the fore which for both of them proves difficult to the extreme at times. Wrath is his usual cocky self but I just know he is hiding some serious hurt for him to behave this way. I liked how both he and Trinity were in their own way showing Hope the MC world. Wrath in his eye opening way and Trinity in a supportive friendly way.
This series just keeps getting better and although I would have liked to have the HEA for Rock and Hope I also am glad we have another book to devour! Four and a half stars.
This is MC series is focused more on the romance side of things and the hurdles they need to overcome together instead of gory biker fights and hard core steamy scenes!
That is in no way a complaint! What I have read so far had been written perfectly, we have sweet Hope who still struggles to understand the MC ways but is so trying and then there's Rock, the Prez who is defo not someone you want to cross yet he is so lovable you can't not root for him!! There is passion, admiration for each other, understanding and still some hot hot scenes - perfect!!
Brilliant... 5star read