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- Publication Date: April 17, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B071YDQXZT
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Willow is still determined to have the life she wants. She has dreams of friends and love. It's heartbreaking, really since all of her ideas come from books, tv or the movies. She's never had any real relationships in life. As she starts her new job her dreams skyrocket because she fall instantly in love with her boss Peter. Determined to get him, she forces Caleb to help her win him over. The next few months are painful. Willow changes herself to try to be Peter's ideal woman. Caleb tries to tell her he isn't interested in her or any other woman for more than a night. He's a player and she's not his type. Plus he doesn't mingle with the girls at work anymore. Still, there's no putting Willow off of her mission to win Peter.
I believe that Willow caused me more pain than any other lead female character I've ever read. I felt sorry for her; I was embarrassed for her. I wanted to admire her for her persistence, but I couldn't. I wanted her to have more pride in herself. She put herself through so much for a man I wasn't sure would ever be worthy of her. I wasn't fond of how she treated Caleb. Sure, he made a big mistake in high school, but he had grown up since then. Forgive or cut him off; the constant punishment was not Willow's best look.
Sky Corgan has a gift for writing books that make me uncomfortable. They definitely take me out of my comfort zone. She challenges me with her characters. I don't always like them or what they do, but they own their lives. I believe this is true talent. She makes me feel with each book. It's unexpected. I will continue to read each book she puts out there and recommend each one to others. An author that makes you look at people differently, challenges you, all while giving you an entertaining read is one who should be shared!
Throughout the entire book, Willow blackmails (by withholding her forgiveness of Caleb) Caleb into helping her get close to Peter, her boss. She is crazy town, insane, bats*** cuckoo over this guy regardless of the fact that Caleb tells her Peter is not the guy for her. I felt really bad for her, but at the same time I wanted to slap her upside the head and tell her to get her head out of her butt, that Peter just wasn't into her, that she needed to have some dignity and get on with her life!! My God, I don't think I've disliked a heroine quite this much in a long time. She is just so pathetic and crazy and she treats poor Caleb terribly. Ugh.
But, by the end I had fallen for Caleb and wanted crazy Willow to have fallen for him, too, not that she deserved a sweet guy like Caleb, because she didn't. But still, he's a much nicer guy than Peter, and if a crazy chick like Willow should be with anyone, it should be with someone like Caleb, who has a chance of tempering some of the craziness.
I don't like the ending, it's really abrupt, and came out of the blue, but aside from that, Revenge Games held my interest, even if only because I couldn't look away from the trainwreck that is Willow.
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