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Rating: 2 Stars
Cover: Is ok...
Cliffhanger: Nope, but the series continues
Is really hard for me to review this book. I'm usually a chameleon and i enjoy mostly every genre that involves romance whether is paranormal, contemporary, etc, etc. But this one i wasn't able to relate to any of the characters.
Saylor was annoying in my opinion. She is fleeing from an abusive boyfriend and suddenly she has another one? *raises eyebrow*. Then, she hates this guy, for obvious reasons, and oh, our of the blue she can't keep lusting after him? Uhmmm...i wouldn't do that, it would take me months of getting to "know" this person again and him apologizing not once not twice but several for his behavior. But hey, what do i know?
Cord, i get his childhood, why he acted the way he acted, doesn't excuse it, but i understand at some point. And if he is trying to be better, to break the mold in which his whole family and ancestors have been cast, then you show her how you are better now, how you were angry at the world but regret what you did and you seduce her, not just with words but with everyday actions.
This book just wasn't for me...
In this the H had taken the h's virginity as part of a bet with his brothers. He deceived her, humiliated her and then his brother told everyone about it. I can't imagine a worst 'first time' for a girl. Years later these 2 meet up again and I'm at a loss to describe how it all happens but they do end up in a very real relationship. There's loads of sex and bad language and big chunks of reality. I will say that the H does let the h down and it made me mad. I also don't think he apologised properly for what he'd done to her as a teenager. In fact his other brother apologises better to her. In the end though I suppose it is part of a very good story with imperfect characters.
I'm hooked and can't wait for the next one
Cord Gentry was a triplet. I loved the bond between the three. They had endured a horrific childhood and although they found their way out of their small town, they were still barely getting by, but they had each other. They were all gorgeous in their own way with loyalty to each other as their foundation.
Saylor McCann grew up with the Gentry boys and it wasn’t pretty. She had a humiliating incident with Cord, which was one of the major reasons she fled Emblem, AZ upon high school graduation. Unfortunately her judgement in boys/men wasn’t any better in college and she ended up back in AZ upon her college graduation. Her life was on a continuous downfall, but she found temporary solace with her cousin/best friend since birth until she could get on her feet.
I struggled with the first two chapters and anyone with abuse triggers will too. There was nothing good about those chapters except they set the stage by explaining the past so we could get to the present and future. Brent still explored the past as the storyline progressed, but the focus was on a better life.
Draw was told with a dual POV so we were able to get at the heart of both Cord and Saylor. I loved the second chance premise while also overcoming poverty and town judgement. It was entertaining and heart breaking at the same time. The plot was well developed but there were numerous editing errors that detracted from the writing. Otherwise, it was a fairly fast read and enjoyable.
Additionally Brent set the stage well for the series. I fell in love with the Gentry’s - brothers and cousins alike - their hearts, loyalty, unique personalities and all of their imperfections. I can’t wait for each story, but Brent left a pretty big hole in the plot that I expect to be filled in with Creed’s story next in Risk. I can’t wait!
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