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Locke (Corps Security Book 6) by [Sloan, Harper]
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Length: 271 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

Harper Sloan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Corps Security series. She started using writing as a way to unwind when the house went to sleep at night. Harper lives in Georgia with her family. Visit her at authorharpersloan.com.

Sean Crisden is a multitalented actor and an AudioFile Earphones Award-winning narrator who has recorded audiobooks in almost every genre, from science fiction to romance. He has also voiced characters in numerous video games and appeared in many commercials and films, including The Last Airbender.

Abby Craden is a professional actress and voice artist who can be heard in numerous TV and radio commercials, video games, and audiobooks. An AudioFile Earphones Award winner as well as an AudioFile Best Voice of 2012, Abby is an award-winning stage actress and a resident artist with the prestigious theater A Noise Within.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1096 KB
  • Print Length: 271 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Harper Sloan (September 29, 2014)
  • Publication Date: September 29, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NOCBOUG
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,813 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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***SPOILERS AHOY***

To say that I've been waiting for Maddox's book ever since I read about him in Axel would be a massive understatement. As massive understatement goes, this book was a jumbled mess of purple prose, lul-wut-backstory, cartoonish villains and OTT dialogue.

I wasn't actually bothered by Maddox's stubbornness and the back and forth between him and Emmy was totally okay with me. I kind of expected that. I also expected more insight into Maddox's psyche and how he dealt with losing his leg in the war. I thought this is where the angst was going to come from. I thought Maddox and Em's story was going to poignant albeit rife with self-doubt and self-loathing. It wasn't. Far from it.

I won't bore you with the summary of the story because we know about the will-they-or-won't-they-dance Emmy and Maddox have been in since Axel. I will instead express why I was disappointed with Locke.

-Emmy's Back-story

Seriously, where the heck did Emmy's past came from? That was just so far out of left field that it just didn't make sense. There was no build-up, no clues to her past in the previous books. Did she have a personality transplant between book 4 and this book? I'd really like to know. She was written as this young, innocent, quiet woman and then bam!! Stripper royalty.

Sorry, but I just couldn't buy it.

And oh, don't even get me started on why she went back there in the first place. And then after the repeated sexual assault, Emmy just brushed it off and the next day, she was talking about spanking Maddox. What?

And speaking of abused heroines - oh yeah, again, we get another one of those types. I thought Emmy was going to be different. I was so looking forward to reading about a heroine who wasn't abused.
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This is for those of you who, like me, who read the 2 and 3 star reviews amidst the plethora of 5 stars when trying to decide whether to try a book. Everyone is certainly entitled to their opinion, but I am seeing all of these 5 star reviews, and I am wondering if I read the same book. (I actually went back and reread parts, because surely it couldn't be as bad as I thought it was. I thought I must have just missed something critical. Yeah, no, that was not the case. Locke did not get any better with the second read through.) At the risk of rabid fan gurl censure, I have a very different take on this novel.

I'm not going to do a synopsis, per se, as there are plenty already here. Very briefly, Emmy runs away after Coop (brother of the title character of the last book) is killed. Locke goes after her and brings her back. We find out about Emmy and Locke's respective pasts. The end.

First thing that needs to be said - this book requires a sexual abuse trigger warning. Emmy is raped, repeatedly, with the consent and encouragement of her parents, who own a strip club. See, Emmy is being groomed to be the next star at her parent’s smut emporium. Emmy’s parents also have a husband in mind for her, who happens to be the same guy who repeatedly rapes her. She continues to be raped for 6 months until she finally is rescued by the Coop who died. There is no mention of counseling, of PTSD in relation to Emmy, of any issues due to her repeated violent trauma. Years later, after Coop dies while protecting her, Emmy's guilt drives her back into the hole from which she escaped, where her rapist still works, and surprise! She gets raped again, and stays.

Really??? WTF?
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Go to http://smutfanatic.blogspot.com/ to read my entire review!

What I Loved
For me, this was the most anticipated book in this series. From the very beginning Maddox grabbed my attention; he intrigued me, scared me, made me smile and broke my heart. And this was all before his story was even out! Locke was everything I knew it would be; lots of drama, lots of darkness, and some pretty hot sex. What I absolutely loved about this book was that not only did the darkness live inside of Locke; it lived inside of Emersyn as well. Emersyn never really peaked my interests so much, I loved how much she loved Locke but I never really questioned her character or past, but my oh my what a life she has lead!
Once again Harper Sloan kept me on my toes the entire time I was reading, and left me with tears in my eyes. We follow Maddox and Emersyn through their journey of find their happiness and finding each other, and watching that all unfold before our eyes. This story gripped my heart from the very beginning, and didn’t get go till the very end. I love every second of this story, there were times I blushed, times I smiled and of course plenty of times I cried. I love books filled with drama, darkness, and love and Locke did not disappoint.

Not So Much
I really don’t have tons of negative things to say about this book, which is why I gave it five stars, DUH! But I will say which is my main complaint when it comes to this series, is that I wish there was more background details in the story. I wish I got to see more of what Locke’s apartment looked like before Emersyn, and what it looked like after Emersyn. I would’ve liked to have seen how they had made him apartment a home and how it reflected on their relationship.
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