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Crave Me: The Good Ol' Boys Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : May 10, 2016
- File size : 1231 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 417 pages
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B01BM3P46I
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #265,671 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Austin comes from a well to do family but always is a bit lost...Then the accident which seems to be when his life takes a huge turn. Briggs is little girl who's whole life changes in a blink of an eye!
These two lost souls find each other and Briggs find I love for the first time in her life. Austin is addicted to Briggs upon first sight and it only intensified every day..every minute.
"She was like a diamond- smooth but with sharp edges. This Girl..was going to be the end of me.."
Addiction comes in many ways..Love, power, drugs
Broken..finding love..enjoying living until it...the drugs start to tear them apart piece by piece..
Briggs tries to do what is best for them but Austin is so consumed by the power and can not quit...Austin is torn from Briggs by his new love..drug's..
"Loving an addict was like being on a rollercoaster with no seat belt on. You have no idea when it was going to turn. Your just confused, disoriented, fearful, praying..
All you could do is hang on for dear life and hope it didn't kill you."
Learning to trust will bring these two full circle along with learning to love yourself..
An absolute phenomenal book...That leaves you Craving More!
I won't give spoilers. What I will say is that Austin and Briggs/Daisy stole my heart. Thought I would be team Lily and Jacob until the end. Yet, because of the mellifluousness way that you create the story and juxtapose the Angels and the Demons of addiction it sucked me in. It punched me in the heart. Yet,as someone who's been around the devastating effects of drug abuse by someone I loved it also gave me hope. Not an easy task to do.
You have a gift M. I'm delighted that I found you. You will always be a 1 click author for me. After years just reading textbooks and literature (mainly the cannon of old dead white guys) while taking 18-21 credits --I vowed I would find an author (I have now found 5 that are my constants through you) and get lost in a good ole love story. After finding your work, I did just that. I look forward to your next series- hell it could be an motorcycle alien gang, stepsister, shapeshifter story and I would still read it because you are that good. After an awful divorce I was pretty jaded on love but you give me hope and I quietly dream of finding my own happy ever--as long as they have men like Lucas , Jacob, Dylan, and Austin.
Thank you for being so open about painful issues in you books and showing love can triumph all. Thank you for writing with such eloquence that a woman in Idaho can feel with such clarity what these characters are about, what the south is like, and more importantly for listening to the characters who speak to you and letting them into my living room.
Buy this book. Buy the whole series. You won't regret it. Even the book hangover (and if you're like me the actual wine/vodka hangover too ) will be worth it because M is magic. She inspires me to write my voices down...
Home run on the book and the series
We finally got Austin and Briggs book but this book had so much detail and it was so good to finally see where Austin had been as once the boys left college in the previous books you knew Austin was somewhere but we never knew really doing what until we got to the end of Dylan’s book and then you knew it was going to be a deep dark book.
Briggs’s story starts off with such heartbreak then you weren’t sure where her story would go but when she went to live with her Uncle it kinda all made sense, considering how she grew up and what she had witnessed she was a pretty strong character and i really loved her loyalty to only a couple of people she knew. It was heartbreaking when she was unhappy and living through some tough times and really trying to keep hers and Austin’s life together. She was a strong character this one.
Austin Austin Austin goodness me i don’t even know what to say but he had me hurting every time you think he had it together not at all and i just wanted to get into the book and help him myself. He had his demons but at the end of the day he needed to fight them for himself and god reading this made you feel like you were part of his journey as well.
Really enjoyed this book and can’t believe the good ol’boys are done but i know they will pop up especially when M Robinson goes and ends the book like she did, i need to read that book and i can’t wait.
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I loved Dylan's story the most I didn't think it could be topped, although I have been most curious about Austin and where he has been I New he had to have gone through some stuff.
I never expected to love Briggs she really is something
I felt their connection even when they wasn't together it's like they both new they were meant to be together just has to be the right timing.
I usually get bored with series of books I find they can slack or the story gets silly but these can be stand alone books meaning not too much about the others are given away.
In the previous three books, we don't really hear much about Austin, the youngest of The Good Ol' Boys. As you know from previously Austin became involved with drugs following the car accident that nearly killed him and Alex. He joined the other three boys at University but it soon becomes obvious that he doesn't want to be there and he dropped out. He meets a Briggs, a girl with a sorry tale of her own. She works as a drug seller for her uncle, Martinez. The pair are instantly attracted to each other and sets Austin's life spiralling out of control in to a world of drugs...
This book completes the missing years of Austin's tragic life as he battle with drugs. It was never going to be a pretty story. It never is where drugs are involved. This was gritty, full of anguish, drama, heart break and emotion. I felt Briggs despair as she constantly battled with Austin and his drug usage "You’re addicted to drugs, Austin. And I’m addicted to you. And our love is just as ******* toxic.” This book takes you on a roller coaster journey completely ripped me in two, put me back together and tore me apart again!
Crave Me is a gripping tortured love story. I Can't recommend this series highly enough. Whilst they are advertised as being a stand alone, I would strongly recommend reading them all in order as the time frames do cross over as the characters lives intertwine.
But that's exactly how I feel after reading this,
This story had everything and then some...Addiction, obsession, fear, denial, betrayal, blame, friendship and unconditional love.
Austin has been battling his demons from the beginning of these books, he's just been very good at hiding it.
Briggs has been the only one to see the real Austin. From the minute she first layed eyes on him she knew her life would never be the same and he felt it too.
They love each other more than anything but sometimes it's just not enough to save a person when they are on downward spiral and they don't even know it.
My heart broke for them during this book, Briggs was trying so hard to do her best, but is it enough.
Sometimes a person needs to hit rock bottom before they can recover properly.
Broken Promises, endless I'm sorrys all become to much and something has to change.
Austin always believes he's in control of his addiction not the other way round.
This story is both Tragic and Beautiful at the same time.
Can two people who've been through so much pain really survive?
I loved this book so much, it really drew me in and kept me turning pages. I needed to know if their love would be enough to keep them together.
You really need to read their story to find out.
This was a heartbreaking, bittersweet, sexy, mind-blowing book that had me gripped from start to finish. She had my emotions spinning all over the place from page to page, this book definitely tugged at my heart, ripped it out and then repaired it.
Austin was one of my favourite 'good ol boys' he's stubborn, smart, sexy as sin with his bad ass couldn't give a f*ck attitude, he is completely lovable and when he loves he loves hard and deep to the bones. Briggs is a tough, sexy take no shit woman, she is lonely, scared and shy despite her tough exterior. Austin is the first person to actually see her! One look and the chemistry and bond is right there.
'Austin your addicted to drugs.... I'm addicted to you and our love is f*cking toxic'
I've wanted to scream, punch and hug both Briggs and Austin throughout this story. They both have demons to fight but can they survive the fight together or will it actually kill them.
As for the ending! WTF!!!! It was a great ending to the good ol boys and I can't wait for the next book in August