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- Print Length: 296 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GBTSCSK
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Dancing for the Badman (Russian Bratva Book 3) Kindle Edition
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This series has to be by far my favorite bratva series its dark, nothing is sugar coated and the relationships are real and not perfect.
We are told that Kirill (isn't that a sea creature?) was devastated when he thought Tati was dead but I really didn't feel it. Again, maybe if we had a bit more backstory instead of the "I was devastated" and "I mourned" written a few times throughout the book I would feel it. I also felt that Kirill's change of heart was WAY too abrupt. Way, way too abrupt. He went from "I hate her and will never trust her" to "I love her and I have to put it behind me" for no reason. Again, I didn't feel the love. Kirill told us that he loved her before because she was "pure, naive". That was it. He loved her because she was a virgin? That is it?
I have to say I was a bit scared when I realized that this author is okay with cheating. One of the male characters early on in the book reminds the room of men, including Kirill, that he cheated on his wife and she was devastated. This is a character from a previous book in this series. I have found that if one book has cheating probably all the author's books have cheating. It is one of those hard limits for people. It is either there or not there. As a person that has been cheated on and knows the complete and utter devastation of it, I can't read it. So this is where I tell you there wasn't any hard cheating in the book, even though the 'hero' told Tati in the beginning that he had no desire or intention to remain faithful to her. In fact, if it wasn't for their young daughter catching him kissing his side lover in their house he probably would've cheated on her. Where it approached my limit was as soon as he found out Tati was alive he when to see her dance. He watched her for a few days before he made contact with her. After he would watch her dance at night he would leave the strip club and go pick up a prostitute off the street. Luckily we weren't made to read through their 'transaction' but it still happened which was sad. So other than the initial prostitute in the very beginning and a couple of kisses with the side piece it was clean of actual cheating.
I will definitely not be reading any more from this author because I will always be worried about cheating. There are a million romance novels out there for me to read. I really wish authors would understand how much cheating or having to read through OW s#x scenes turns readers off. Maybe we don't write reviews but we are out there by the hundreds...especially if we've been hurt by real life cheating. I have seen authors put disclaimers at the end of summary. I can get on board with that, appreciate it, and love the author for it.
Wow, I should step down off the soapbox. For those that skim reviews, and read my ramblings about cheating in books, please note that there is NO hard cheating in this book.
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I love how she has the Notorious Devils crossing over into this story line.Read more