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Crave Me: The Good Ol' Boys by [Robinson, M.]
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  • File Size: 4421 KB
  • Print Length: 419 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: May 10, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01BM3P46I
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**Spoiler alert- if you haven't read the book don't read this review as you will find things about this story the blurb doesn't tell you!!

I'm not sure if personal experience ruined this for me or just the fact that each chapter seemed to repeat the previous one. I lived with an addict and have watched someone I loved go from boy next door to someone who can't function without snorting a line before his feet hit the floor in the morning, someone who looks nothing like the man you fell in love with and acts like a stranger. I lived it, I made my choices and did what I thought was best. That's where I could not connect with Briggs at all, having been there I know what I'd do, she just pissed me off.

I'm one of the few it appears that didn't love this book.
I've read this author before and enjoyed her work but this one I just could not get into.
I understand the story line of addiction has it's ups and downs, that an addict will fall and pick themselves back up sometimes multiple times, but to me the story moved really slow and was quite repetitive.
At first I just couldn't get into the story, I put the book down and came back to it later. The further in I got the more I realized this book just wasn't doing it for me. Austin honestly made me want to beat him to death on numerous occasions, the whole "I love you" every time I screw up thing doesn't work after awhile, and ten years of it was just too much for me.
And Briggs. Hardcore, hard hearted, but weak as a newborn babe when it came to Austin.
Honestly the baby part would have had me finished with him but she still kept enabling, kept hoping things would change without really forcing them to. The fact that she didn't love herself enough to get out drove me nuts.
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What a FANTASTIC end to this series!! Make sure you check out the previous installments...Complicate Me, Forbid Me, and Undo Me...all are MUST READS!!

An emotionally draining 5 STAR read!! Each installment in The Good Ole Boys Series has been a roller coaster of a ride. In the case of Austin and Briggs; their love affair was powerful, but completely tainted. Each feeling alone and unloved. Searching to find their self worth and happiness. Both carrying "an angel and devil" on their shoulders; they attempt to find comfort and solace in each other. As they built on their "best friends" status, they briefly shared their "sad stories" coming to the conclusion that "love was blinding and at times cruel." Though the hurt each other deeply, the bond they created also caused them to save each other. As they each heal from the untruths and hurt; can they salvage their relationship or will they have allowed their demons to destroy it?

Missy - reviewer for Mommy's Naughty Playground
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Where to even begin. Be still my heart, as this book will rip you up and throw out the pieces only to be out back together again several times. M Robinson knows what she's doing and knows how to captivate her audience. She's an evil genius I tell ya!

Austin is most definitely the troubled one out of the good ol' boys, but he is also the most loving. Throughout the whole book you watch Austin battle is inner turmoil/demons. You see sides of him that you thought you'd never see. But the one thing that remains constant is his love for his Briggs. It never ever falters. It's the one thing he held onto.
Briggs is the most beautiful person. She has purple hair, the prettiest blue eyes and the most loving soul. She has suffered a lot in life from a young age. Austin brought a sense of belonging to her life that she never had before. Until it all started to go downhill for Austin. It's hard to watch the one you love destroy themselves, it's even harder to walk away.Throughout the book you watch her time and time again save Austin and help him battle the Demons that threaten to take him down. The most beautiful part of this book is the love that they have for one another. Sometimes you have to lose the ones you love the most to wake up.

I have loved every word, every tear that was shed, and every page in this book. The Good ol' Boys will forever stay with me and be one of my favorite series. Austin's book is not an easy read but it is so worth it. It is beautifully tragic. I loved him from the start and I love him more now.
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Words cannot adequately describe the soul wrenching pain I'm in. I need someone to cuddle me. I just got done reading the ARC, and I cannot even process....my heart, soul and mind hurts. I feel like I need whiskey and to sleep away the pain. Or kitten videos. As always M. has outdone herself! Warning, this book will destroy you, in every good way possible. Someone come curl me!!!!
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Crave me was intense. It was full of heartache, destruction, angst and love. It was not an easy read. I think it was probably more difficult for me than it would be for many. Everyone has topics that they’re sensitive about and this story had one I’m particularly sensitive about and proved to be a difficult read. I’m not going to lie, there were scenes I literally could not read. I had to skip. They just hurt too much. I feel like the author did a great job at realistically showing that side of addiction and what it feels like to love an addict, so bravo to that.

Austin and Briggs both felt like they didn’t have a real family- but they found that in each other. They went through so much together and it was painful at times to see their relationship. Austin was toxic for Briggs in many ways, but her love never wavered. All she wanted was for him to get it together. Not for her, but for him. Briggs has been through a lot in her life and my heart hurt for her. She was a wonderful and strong character. I love strong heroines and I’m so happy this book had one. Austin was plagued with his own struggles and demons and it took a lot for him to find himself. Those kinds of things don’t heal easy and guilt and blame took a huge toll on him. He desperately needed someone like Briggs in his life and was lucky to have her.

As difficult a read as this was for me, I thought M. Robinson truly did a great job with this story and these characters. It was an angsty, hard to read story, but had a great ending. Crave Me can be read as a standalone, but I recommend reading the entire series to get the full feel of the book and these characters!
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