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TEN (My Brothers Best Friend) by [Dukey, Ker]
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  • File Size: 1417 KB
  • Print Length: 246 pages
  • Publication Date: December 17, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B019J7M6OM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,925 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ten years old I fell in love
Ten years was the price of that love
Ten years later our world’s re-collide

I have always been a sucker for best friend's brother romance trope. And in Ker Dukey's latest release, TEN, I was intrigued with the blurb and couldn't wait to get my hands on this book but sadly TEN was just an okay read. The writing was great but the storyline and characters failed to grip and hold my attention. The premise of the story was a young girl named Alexandria and Dalton, the boy she fell in love with. At ten years old, she knew without a doubt that Dalton was her soulmate. And fast forward to present time, readers learn that Dalton felt betrayed by Alex and her family. As readers, we learn of the circumstances of their parting and separation. While the hopeless romantic in me was curious on how Dalton and Alex were able to overcome this hurdle, I just couldn't FEEL their connection. The way Dalton treated Alex was cruel and spiteful. I also felt Alex forgave too easily after all the emotional and physical abuse she endured.

"He was like the sun, and I was a flower waiting to bloom in his presence."

I may be in the minority of readers of who just thought this book was just ehhh but I will say that this will not deter me in reading the next book, SIX. I look forward to reading SIX's story because I was already captivated and intrigued with his character more than Ten's.

~Michelle of Four Chicks Flipping Pages
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I love a brother’s best friend book, no like seriously love them so much it’s ridiculous. So of course I was all over reading Ten when I heard about it. However, this isn’t exactly a brother’s best friend book. Yes, Dalton is best friends with Jonah and Alex is Jonah’s sister, but the story runs so much deeper.

The story is told in dual POV and reflects back frequently to the character’s pasts. We first meet Alex and she is only ten, but immediately sees her soulmate in Dalton. It isn’t a romantic, but she feels a connection to him instantly. As they grow up their connection gets strong and eventually leads to love. When the story picks up we learn there has been an obvious fallout between Dalton and Alex, but we don’t know all the details until he story unfolds.

Let me tell you, this story unfolding was shocking and a little confusing at times. There is so much hostility toward Alex and in the beginning it was confusing and I was at a loss as for why things were they way they were. Some moments were pretty horrendous and I guess I wanted justification for how Alex was treated sooner. The story is fast moving and I will say I didn't want to put it down. I had a huge desire to learn about their past and what had happened to shape these two into the people they are now. To really see why these things were happening now, years later.

I did really enjoy the story once it started moving, but the beginning I had so much resentment towards Dalton. I would have preferred to known more in the beginning so I could focus more on the characters and their relationship. Overall this is a quick moving story that at times is over the top. There is a serious connection between Alex and Dalton, but it was mainly just words, I never saw the actual connection between the characters.
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This one was like, "Ker Dukey lite" it wasn't as dark as some of her other stuff was but it sort of flirted with that darkness. I have a weakness for an older brothers best friend book and this one was no exception. It was well done though I would have liked some more time "sneaking around," I love the tension and angst that comes from that.

Alex was a resilient girl. She lost the love of her life when she was sent away at a young age and she had to deal with his silence after that. She managed to build a new life for herself and hold close the memories and pieces of Dalton she was left with. When she has to go back home following the death of her father, she comes face-to-face with her would-be soulmate. Dalton is not the sweet boy she remembers and Alex is faced with learning how to interact with this new Dalton while trying to figure out what happened to keep him away all these years and cause him so much animosity toward her. When all is said and done, Alex believes that she belongs with Dalton.

Dalton's had some rough years since he last saw Alex. With his last memories of Alex steeped in hurt and betrayal, he has no desire to see the girl he once loved. She stumbles right back into his life and he seethes at the sight of her. He’s conflicted because he can’t stand to be around her yet he once loved her more than he’s ever loved any other person. With Alex back in town, Dalton has to face some hard truths and take a serious look at the life he’s leading. Alex and Dalton have a lot of hurdles to overcome if they ever want to find their way back to one another. I also really enjoyed Dalton’s friend Six! Just saying.

It’s hard for me to go wrong with a “older brother’s best friend” romance and this book was no exception.
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It's a perfect Ten story
Well my friend , Read it in one sitting !!!
This book shouldn't be started at night or you won't sleep .
what . A . Book . It's a perfect Ten story. Dalton (Ten) meets his soulmate across the street - Alexandria when they're nine and ten.
Aaaah the Innocent love of childhood
" long summer nights, riding our bikes and believing the world was made for us and dreams were free. Dreams are not free; they cost us all."
And boy did it cost them !!
They are true soulmates torn apart by their heartless, ruthless families.
He's set up and convicted of a crime he didn't commit and sent to Ten years in prison. There he loses everything. His family, his career, his life , his love Alex and his identity 
" Everything was stripped from me and I became a statistic, a number, an animal that deserved no decency. My new address was a cell. In that moment, an ephemeral touch of sorrow and guilt filtered through me as my student counselor’s face appeared in my thoughts. She had helped me so much over the years following my father’s arrest and mother’s passing. She thought I would never end up there and did everything she could to make sure that didn’t happen, and there I was !!"
and he comes out as an animal. He has only anger and venom in his heart for Alex and Jonah, it haunts him so bad that he practically throws her out on the street .
the story is explosive , lots of angst, I cried in the hospital scene when Dalton meets DJ . Very well written (obviously, ...hello!) Full of twists , turns, blinding secrets and lots of mayhem.
can not wait for Six now !!
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