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I'm not really even sure where to start with this book. I read the warning attached to the book claiming there is abundance of cursing, alpha behavior, and OTT drama. However, Ms. Casey fails to inform the reader there is bullying, slut shaming, gratuitous violence, and an emotionally abusive relationship. Oh yes. No matter how many times you giggle during this book, the relationship between the MCs is abusive.
Similar to Jamie McGuire's Beautiful Disaster in the set up-bad boy who illegally fights and is used to getting what he wants meets a good girl who is emotionally cut off from the world and rejects him and his love.
Sadly, it's all down hill from there. We watch as the hero bullies, insults, and sexually assaults the heroine to show her he likes her. Wait, it gets better. His gives voice to his attraction by calling her derogatory names.
Be still my heart.
The heroine is no better. She's belligerent, verbally and physically abusive to him in return. She makes her feelings known repeatedly that she wants nothing to do with him yet after he beats up a boy who she's friends with for the 3rd time she decides to try being his girlfriend because why fight fate. *head desk* . I think what angered me more then anything is his and her family saw nothing wrong with the way they acted. They just brushed it off because that was just the way this couple is, ya know?
No, I don't know. I don't want to know.
I know this review sounds frivolous but it's really not. This book is so anti romance it isn't even funny. If you looking for a how to manual on abusive YA relationships then here you go. If your looking for a YA romance that celebrates young love and healthy relationships then I suggest you skip this one.
The problem with the book are the female characters, Bronagh and her sister, Branna. They are horrible!! Bronagh is in high school and acts like she is ten years old. She is extremely immature and doesn't think before she verbally assaults everyone who makes her mad. She says hateful, hurtful things with no remorse and then tries to find a way to reason with herself as to why she is right for having said what she did. Bad language doesn't bother me, but Bronagh can't open her mouth without swearing and saying something mean and harmful. On top of that, she's physically violent on an everyday basis. As much as she screams at everyone, she also tries to slap or hit them - or threaten to "kick their arse." The book starts off describing Bronagh as a timid, quiet girl who stays to herself because her parents were killed and she doesn't want to care for anyone and get hurt again. There is no way just the presence of Dominic could cause such a 180 turn around of her emotions. For years she's been silent, now she has to get the last word, loudly and violently. Seriously, how many eighteen year old girls do you know who constantly scream "I hate you" to someone in the middle of school? I bet she says it at least 25 times in this story. Branna assumes she's coming to her sister's rescue on several of occasions, thinking Bronagh is being upset by Dominic. Can you guess how Branna reacts? Yep, the same way as Bronagh by immediately hitting and yelling and never asking a single question.Read more ›
I read a review and thought - My word, Bronagh must be killing Dominic at stages and this is not the case. I swear a man tells me my bottom is fat and I will BS him, too. Half the time there was playful bantering going on between them that will make you laugh out loud.
This book is filled to the brim with characters that will crawl so deep into your heart, you start praying a quarter into the book that Lee is already nearly done with the next, and you hope to God there will be many more.
I laughed. I hated. I cringed. I oohed and aahed. Lee had me from the first word and I was sitting with tissues at the end, feeling sad for a specific Slater brother. I want him back soon, Lee!!!
This wasn’t your normal love story where Dominic and Bronagh had an insta love for each other – oh hell no! Bronagh didn’t want anyone close to her, for fear that she might lose them. And Dominic – well, what Dominic wants, Dominic gets, but the only attention he could get from Bronagh was when he drove her mental. There is a fine line between love and hate.
Let’s get this straight. A preview mentions men hitting women and it being acceptable – this isn’t true. Read the book and see for yourself how that situation turns out…..
Five stars aren't enough. A zillion kick-ass stars for Lee. I love your book, babe! Thank you for taking me on a journey of a life time.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was soo good. I have been in a mad hangover for several months, not truly getting into a book. Reading and enjoying, yes. Read more
That was awesome!
If you love the Irish dialect,banter, hot and humorous moments this is for you
I like to compare to other books I have read and this kind of... Read more
Oh the Slater Brothers.... This book is the one that pulled me into their fold and I am so glad it did. It takes some twists and turns... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Greytday
Casey has wrote a amazing book here. So much detail you feel like you watching a movie as you turn each page. Always wanting more not able to put it downPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Loved the way it was written with the Irish swag! Kept reading with that in mind.. Great story can't wait to read more!Published 2 months ago by whiterose68
I really liked and enjoyed this book. Really a great start to this series. Can't wait to read more.Published 2 months ago by Sarah Horwth