- File Size: 1990 KB
- Print Length: 99 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 27, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07F355R6Z
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,605 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Take: A Dark Taboo Tale: The Need Trilogy #2 Kindle Edition
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In Want Tavi and Rex switch roles. Tavi goes from captured to captor and vice versa. Only Tavi takes it a few steps further. His exploration into Age Play started out as a way to keep and humiliate his brother, the same way his brother kept and humiliated him. Only it turned into something more—without either of them fully realizing it.
Take explores Tavi and Rex's relationship as they both try to come to terms with the way things have happened. Tavi has found himself in a position he never expected to. As much as he is enjoying this newfound freedom, he doesn't know what to do with the feelings he's brought to the surface. Along with the other predicament he finds himself in (no spoilers.)
Rex has...accepted his role? No, that's not right because there are so many things I know he rather not do. But he has accepted and come to enjoy many things about the situation he finds himself in. Of course he wishes he had magic, he wishes he had the freedom he once had, but he finally has something he's always wanted...Tavi. Rex has Tavi just like he's always wanted, but not in the way he expected.
Rex was...spoiled before this. He was spoiled and failed to see the way he was hurting his brother with everything he did. Seeing Rex accept the fact that he was wrong in his treatment of Tavi. Seeing him give in helped me fall in love with him. I already loved Tavi, I fell for him early in book one. Falling in love with Rex took longer because he was so combative with himself. Now that he's less so it's easy.
I really felt for Tavi because now that he has the freedom he's always wanted he's faltering. There's this quote: The more he controlled Rex, the more helpless he felt. It helps put into perspective just how lost Tavi is. He might have his freedom, but he is still lost. Imagine having nothing and then suddenly having everything. Anyone would have trouble. Paired with the way every thing else going on it's easy to see how he'd have a hard time with it.
R. Phoenix's mind is both a brilliant and scary place. Her plot runs deep and I am just a teeny bit worried about what she has planned. There are a few powerful characters featured in this book that scare the crap out of me. I hope R Phoenix gives us the next book, Have, soon. Though I'll read anything that comes from her twisted mind I need the rest of Tavi and Rex's story. I just know it's going to be an unexpected but well deserved ending for them.
More than ever, I have to wonder what Desi is up to with this, and how things will fall out in the next book.
I find a little bit odd how little sympathy I have for Tavi as the story keeps advancing. Maybe because he is in such a different place now than he was when the series begin. The less hesitant and unapologetic he becomes about what his doing, the less I care for him. I’m on Rex’s side at this point and, I know he isn’t a good guy, but there’s something that keeps him dear to me right now.
This instalment has been great in terms of surprises. I love where the story is going. I love how stories are being connect and making this amazing plot. I still don’t like age play and that’s the only thing that’s keeping me away from absolutely loving the book, but I’m used to it right now and it doesn’t bother me as much as I thought it would.
Even though I really enjoyed the book, I’ll recommend anyone who wants to read it, to check the warnings before doing it. This won’t work as a standalone so beware before reading.