Tearaways: Reverse Harem Romance (The Challenge Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I love the character dynamics. They are so believable. Any relationship can be hard, and Harlem does a great job depicting how difficult juggling multiple relationships are. Those difficulties are compounded when you include multiple romantic relationships. The relationships in the Challenge series are realistic, they aren't perfect, they have difficulties and sometimes someone ends up hurt. That's true to life and makes the story that much more relatable.
I absolutely have enjoyed reading this book, and I'm looking forward to the next one!
This book shows a new side to the team. They still work wonderfully together at tasks, but it's more complicated when it becomes personal. Plus, they are no longer secluded. Everyday life, civilization now plays a part in their relationship dynamics. Jealousies and insecurities arise. New sides of personalities are revealed. Feelings are hurt. This book doesn't have the physical danger of book 1, although there is a bit; however, there is much more emotional angst.
Harry and Evan continue to play the Alpha's. Their growing friendship is interesting. They work well together considering their dominant ways and need to rile one another up. Could lead to a new aspect of closeness. Raul continues to be crafty. His ingenuity impresses me even if his dramatic flair and obsession with rum do not. The Scottish twins play a more separate role this time. Wonderful Lucas remains the most romantic, beautiful man and finally gets his time, but Mason doesn't. He gets cheated for time this go-around. The introduction of Paul is a twist I didn't see coming. I can't wait to see how he either fits in or disrupts the team.
I didn't enjoy this book as much as book 1. I went in expecting the same level of fun as the first Challenge. This one is equally good, it's just not as light-hearted. Olivia fails as a girlfriend and the results damage the team on an individual and group level. I ended the book upset with her. I don't ever remember being upset with the lead female in an RH like this before. I feel that she was careless, selfish, and thoughtless with her role. I need book 3 to see how she plans to fix everything. I love the team plans for the next book; hopefully this next goal brings them back together and happy once more.
I loved this book just as much as I loved the first one. The group takes off across the country on their bikes thinking nothing can tear them apart. They face a lot of obstacles along the way. The thing about a group like them, that hasn't known each other for too long, is that you don't always know someone like you think. When their personalities start coming out full force, things get a little tense. Olivia has to step up and take charge. She may not be handling everything in the best way either and finds herself in the hot seat.
There was plenty in this book to keep me on the edge of my seat. I love the interaction between Olivia and her men. Also the friendships developing between the guys. Holy cow the sexy times in this one. That one scene....
I was a total mess by the end of the book though and then there's a little surprise at the end that's got me really thinking about some things. I tried to get something from Lily about it in the next book but she's tight lipped. Good thing we don't have to wait too long!!
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