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Judgment Road (Torpedo Ink) Mass Market Paperback – January 23, 2018
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Christine Feehan is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Carpathian series, the GhostWalker series, the Leopard series, the Shadow Riders series, and the Sea Haven novels, including the Drake Sisters series and the Sisters of the Heart series.
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Reading the blurb I was super pumped to give this one a spin. I was devastatingly disappointed.
I wanted to like both Anya and Reaper so much but couldn't.
Reaper experienced unthinkable abuse as a child, and carried that with him into adulthood. My soul ached for him and longed for redeeming qualities but there weren't many to be found other than he's loyal and fights for what he believes in. There is a HUGE difference between being a dominant male and being an abusive, controlling prick. He was much more the latter. He called the shots on how long their 'relationship' would last, he left bruises and thought they were sexy, controlled every sexual encounter even using force.
And Anya loved it. She constantly referred to herself as a strong woman, but she had his fingerprints tattooed on top of her bruises at his request. She allowed him to speak to her and forcibly take her in any manner he chose.
They never once had protected sex, even though it was mentioned, by her, they should. She was made to toe the line of everyone of his hard no's but he didn't respect hers.
There were so many scenes that contributed to my utter dislike of the characters and the book in general.
-The MC thought Anya might be a plant so they brought her in for questioning. Reaper restrained her while another brother tortured her to get the truth from her. She forgave them.
-Reaper woke up to sexually and physically assaulting Anya. Instead of maybe deciding to step back and concentrate on trying to heal herself then maybe his deeper wounds, she was concerned about him and even went as far as sleeping on his shoulder right after it occurred. She was so battered the MC president wouldn't let her work so they wouldn't be portraying the 'wrong image' at a biker bar.
-Reaper decides it might be a good idea to find another woman to help him overcome his sexual demons so he doesn't hurt Anya again, and even goes so far as meeting this woman, in his room, at the compound.
-Anya walks in on this encounter, and, even though Reaper wasn't actually going to go through with it, she decided to leave based on what she saw. Every single club member stood in her way because they were 'family' and if she was hurting 'they all were hurting'. She allowed herself to be manipulated by them into hearing Reaper out then she had another sexual encounter with him within hours.
There were inconsistencies throughout with the club. There appeared to be supernatural abilities held by each member, on missions if appeared they were able to communicate telepathically, but they were all constantly in communication via text?
None of this was ever described or explained. Just 'talents s/he learned at the school.'
I was provided an ARC of this book by netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
I was really looking forward to this series, the idea that is the basis for it is intriguing but I was very disappointed in the execution. The book was okay but could have been outstanding if she had put in the effort she use to put into her work.
I hope she does not start relying on sex to sell her books. I would hate it if the other series I have been enjoying for so long get so mediocre I quit reading them.
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