- File Size: 1033 KB
- Print Length: 323 pages
- Publication Date: October 26, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00G79AAHG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,381 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Marked. Part I: The missing Link Kindle Edition
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So I started out really loving this book, but a few things happened that seemed out of character and had me pulling back the stars.
First, our hero is really Alpha. He's all grunt-y and angry and for some reason only our heroine is able to break through to him. I love that kind of thing. It makes the relationship extra special. The sex was also hot and pretty frequent.
The things that had me changing from loving to just liking (and feeling irritated at parts) are just on my own opinions.
1 - The heroine is in two situations in that she's been abused/beaten up. However, when she's mad at the hero she's always hitting him or hurting him out of anger. Though it's not a big deal, I didn't like it.
2 - when they go to meet an old friend of the heros, who's a hot sexy woman, the hero is all over the ow (she keeps trying to get him to leave to go have sex). He does everything but kiss her during this scene, as well as tell the ow the heroine means nothing to him (in front of heroine). They then proceed to sexy hump/dance with each other while the heroine watches and even the heroine keeps talking about how the hero is looking at the ow like he usually looks at her. With heat and sex in his eyes. That you can feel the sexual tension between the two of them. And then she's just okay with it. She doesn't even care that the hero is looking at her expressionless and humping all over his old girlfriend. This one scene pretty much ruined the whole relationship between these two for me. I don't understand how we are supposed to believe the hero's strong feelings for the heroine when he can look at an old flame like that and hump all over her on the dance floor. To me he wasn't the Alpha I thought he was.
Also, obviously it ends on a cliff, as this is part one and it's a major cliff.
I loved Jay and the way he tried so hard not to let Lilly into his life. Lilly however, ignores her own inner warnings and blasts a place in his heart. The first half of this book was so sweet and sexy with plenty of time for this couple to get to know each other. There are definitely triggers here and Lilly has to overcome her own demons. Jay is unable to keep her at a distance and allows her a peek into his dark and secret world in order to give her what she needs to overcome her fears.
Then man oh man, this story just rockets off the tracks in a way I never saw coming. I also didn’t realize this was a cliffhanger, which I absolutely despise! While I loved both of these characters as well as their friends, I’m debating whether to continue or not.
Some ow/om drama
Most recent customer reviews
Lots of action and good story line
Downloading the next book darn it