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Slut - (Book Two) (Twin Trio) Kindle Edition
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Gabby is in prison. She was accused of impersonating a twin, possibly killing a person, and fraudulent hospital bills. After the accident Gabby suffered from amnesia. Gabby forgot her life with Paxton and had to learn about her life step by step. This is the story about the lies that were hidden long before the amnesia claimed her.
First on the agenda is to figure out who she is. Then try to remember her past. Finally unlock the secrets to a past that was locked away.
Jettie wrote an interesting story ladled with lies from many characters. Jettie built a story so mysterious that even I'm having a difficult time unlocking the clues. When the clues are available very little is revealed. So many twists to the words. I'm amazed how Jettie kept the story together with all the different angles.
It is a game of mind fuckery. It's a tug of war on your emotions. It's definitely not your typical romance. My head is clouded by the dialogue. So many scenarios are running through my mind. I'm trying to not read too much into the words. Trying not to overanalyze each word.
It reads nothing like the first book. The first book took you on journey into Gabby and Paxton's world. Book two is a journey of self discovery for Gabby. Thru new eyes Gabby has a new perspective on life. Since Gabby remembers very little about her past its to her advantage to take chances in life and become a new person. Paxton has no idea what to think about Gabby. He is at times convinced Gabby is Izzy.
In a round about way through all the lies and confusion Gabby and Paxton find each other in a new arrangement. It's an unconventional love that follows no social standards just the standards that they create for themselves.
Jettie used powerful words to convey a twisted story about Gabby. The way she chose to unlock that secret was intuitive.
Just when you are invested in hearing the truth blam Jettie changes the rules and delivers more surprises. The surprises were unexpected and shocking.
While uncovering the secret we have Gabby's version, Paxton's version, and then the truth. Wow! What a play on words. It's the blame game or the victim game.
These two really were the perfect storm of two kinds of crazy. Curiosity of the unknown can be damaging but without the knowledge of the unknown we are left wondering.
Jettie definitely kept me wondering. Another twin duo is to be released in December promising more from Gabby and Paxton. What a thrilling ride.
What a roller coaster! Get this book! Read "Suit" first and then read this one. This isn't filled with cheap emotional ploys to hook a reader in. This is fast paced life, taking the reader from the depths to the mountain tops over and over again, effortlessly.
I've written and deleted the rest of this review a few times because I can't put into words why "Slut" was so engrossing, compelling, erotic, delicious, delightful, saddening, maddening, and in the end...I can't tell you. I can't tell you because I refuse to use spoilers and I can't write anymore without using spoilers.
You won't be sorry you stayed up until 4:00AM reading, even when you had to get up at 7:00AM and deal with your own kids and family. The hangover from reading this book is just as delightful as the book.
Just like with book 1, there's twists', suspense, tears, happiness and some parts are just straight up weird. I felt this book was more intense, more in depth and the characters became more developed. There's more characters and more lies. Paxton slowly changed my mind about him, even though, at some parts I still wanted to knee him in the, well you know where.
Once again, I wish I could give this book 5 stars but there was one or two parts that were just left hanging wide open. I felt the ending was a little rushed and there were a couple parts I wanted to know more, I didn't want any more secrets but they were still there. Maybe we'll get another book...lol. I would still recommend this book/duo if you're looking for a dark/suspenseful/romance book. Just be forewarned, this is not your ordinary romance story.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Slut wasn't as good as Suit for me. It still held mystery and we were introduced to more characters but having every single...Read more