- File Size: 2180 KB
- Print Length: 310 pages
- Publication Date: October 31, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00P35V1EG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #210,742 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Flaw (The Flaw Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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My first impression of Josh was not a favorable one. I thought he was a total Class A Jerk and wanted to shake some sense into that boy. But something amazing happened while I was reading this story – he grew up and totally redeemed himself! I think Josh and Becca are perfect for one another!
Aiden was by far my favorite character. Living with a horrible scar on his face, he had to live a life full of people scared of him and constantly staring. I just wanted to reach in and hug him. Aiden is another character that grew in the book as well. Overcoming his desire to stay out of the public, he finally withdrew from his shell and had a purpose – one he had fun doing. Of course, Jordyn had a lot to do with that, but that girl had her own set of issues.
Flaw is the first book I have read that was written by Ryan Ringbloom, and I must say, I am hooked! I love her writing style and her characters. Not only was Flaw entertaining, it was also thought-provoking. This book is about love, feelings getting hurt, being judged and heartbreak. It has all the ingredients needed for a purely amazing book. The old adage, never judge a book by its cover, is the theme of this story as it should be in life. This is a must read for all and one that I would highly recommend.
I read this at a disadvantage because I didnt read previous books by the author. I didnt know of Josh but honestly im a guy and he acts like a lot of guys I work with and know. didn't hate him right off though. he just seemed lost.
Im not a fan of romance but this wasnt thick with it. It was the right amount added with drama and humor. I like that type of book. I enjoyed Aidan more than I did Josh I think because I actually felt for the guy. judgemental people suck and they make the good people hide away and thats what it seems like he'd been doin for a real long time.
This was a light read for me because im not much of a reader but it kept me interested. Ive been told to go back and read the others now so that's what im gonna do.
Hope the review helps make up your mind. I kind of suck at these lol Its a really good book though
The story was well written, the male characters were well explained and you understood why they were the way they were, however there really is no explanation for the girls and I wonder why b/c something obviously flawed them as well. More than other books in this genre I like that the guys aren't some creepy billionaire who is really just an abusive masochist who winds up with his undeserved HEA. These are just flawed kids learning who they are and growing up, so that made this a little more enjoyable than most I've read in this genre.
If you like this genre then I feel you would probably like this book. Again, my feelings have more to do with the genre and characters than the author's writing abilities.
The author gives us the story through alternating chapters, initially from Josh and Aidan, and then she switches it up so we see things from the girls’ points of views.The benefit of getting the story through their varying POV’s. What we get by seeing their shared story from each POV is the progression of the story over about a year and from their unique perspectives. None of them handle their feelings well and we are reminded of their age and that they have a lot of maturing to do (and in some cases we get to see that happen in greater depth). They do handle themselves realistically and there are some major mistakes and assumptions made by all that jeopardize their futures together. Some fears are realized and friends begin to feel that they did not protect each other as they vowed which makes part of the story heartbreaking.
I was a little nervous that there was going to be a love triangle that I would be torn up about, but the author made me want things to go in a way I didn't completely want when I first got to know the boys. Its easy to think two people belong together because on paper they seem good, but chemistry has a way of way changing that up and there is lots of sexy flirtations going on here. I hope to see more of these four in future stories in the Flaw series - 4 Stars and a recommendation in the YA romance genre.
I loved all the characters and they way they grew as people throughout the book. They were fun and relatable yet deliciously complicated. They kept me completely engaged and I devoured the book within hours.
I can't wait to read about more of Ryan's fictional friends!
Most recent customer reviews
The story is told by Aidan & Becca's POV the first half and then Josh & Jordyn's POV the second half.
No one is perfect.Read more
Different viewpoints - viewing appealing to the reader. Describes real life behaviors. That jerk. The perfectionist. Growing up.Read more