- File Size: 573 KB
- Print Length: 301 pages
- Publisher: STORYMASTERS (April 29, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 29, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CRKJ2GC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,294 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
THE PATTELS (HAWK & RAVEN) (THE PATTEL SERIES Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Raven has been the one character that I honestly wasn’t sure I could grow to like/love. Her preconceived judgements of people and the way she lowkey was envious of her sister Nikki’s life bothered me throughout the Sin City Series. It just felt like Raven was a brat and none of the other heroines were anything like that. I’m soooooo glad I got to really get to know Raven in this book. As hard as she wanted to deny it and fight it, Sis was down for the horizontal tango with a man JUST LIKE HER BROTHER-IN-LAW...I think that was really her biggest issue all along. S.K. totally made Raven a redeemable character with this book.
Now about Hawk 😳😳😳 honey he is just EVERYTHING!!!! He knows who is as a man, what he wants from a woman, and how he wants it (which is hard, dominating, and often 🔥🔥🔥). The Alpha is the men of S.K.’s world never cease to get me all hot and bothered! Hawk did manage to surprise me with his genuine feelings for Raven. I expected him to be much more with the sh*ts in regards to playing with Raven’s emotions for the greater good of the Patel family. I was thoroughly impressed to see that wasn’t necessarily the case.
Of course you have the usual twists and turns and who-done-its like in the Sin City Series. The suspense of who could have been behind the set-ups and dirty deeds was absolutely in tune with the pace of everything else going on in the book. I also understand the need to make this into two books. There was just enough in this one to give you the foundation of Raven and Hawk’s story and keep you invested in finding out how this love-to-hate/hate-to-love story ends. Kudos Ms. Hardy!! You’ve done it yet again! 👏🏾🏆🥇
Raven is an ADA looking at corruption and wanting to bring down crime families like the Pattels. The problem is her sister is married to one of their friends. Raven puts her nose where it shouldn’t be. Frankly, she needs to mind her own business and let her sister be happy, and she’s defiantly happy. Raven isn’t and it shows.
Hawk and she have instant attraction and the connection is burning and volatile. Raven is hard headed and can irritate you at times. Hawk is patient but domineering and isn’t planning when he says it’s just him and her. There is a bit of angst. The cliche statements about not sharing. The back and forth build up.
Hawk wants to keep Raven out of his business but she’s an ADA and that present so many problems. Her boss is suspicious and they’re crossing the line. A series of events happen and the Pattels are doing what they do best, corruption.
This is a good start for the series. I’m anxious for the conclusion. It will be out this summer, which is cool.
The book ends with a cliff hanger.
We get their story.
The writing is good.
For some, a cliff hanger. I’m good with that and can’t wait until the next book. It really wasn’t much if a cliff hanger to complain about to me.
Some predictable things happen.
Hawk’s words, at times, appear to be things we as women say verses a man. Not sure if most people will get what I mean. However, near the last 15% of the book I honestly felt like Hawk came to life. He was who I thought he would be and it made the book a good read.
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Hawk and Raven came to life in this book, what a man!!!