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The in-between was the most painful though. The chaos, betrayal, miscommunication, distrust and oppression were presented there. I have seen this spirited woman became a shell of herself. I have seen strong and reliable men became blinded, unable to see the bigger picture. But all of those weaknesses were what made them real to me. And it was a beautiful sight (in my imagination at least) when all the puzzle pieces connected to each other eventually.
Audrey. Audrey might be your usual dystopian heroine. Lack of faith over men. Single-mindedness and stubbornness. All of these characteristics drove me crazy. I had to take a pause and a breather every now and then because she almost wore me thin. She failed to listen to her instincts. She ignored common sense. But again, with all of those being said, she grew up in a world I couldn't even fathom.No matter how good of a reader I was or how creative my imagination was...I would not come close to what she actually went through.
Plus, for all those frustrating things she made me feel, I couldn't help but admire all her strengths. She was so strong and so brave when she stood up for Camila. When she knew her fault for misjudging Sophia, knowing she grew up differently than her. She was so understanding and accepting when Mateo opened up with her. She was so protective of Danny from other men who laughed at the big, overgrown man of a puppy. Or was he overgrown puppy of a man? Lol. Or when she was patient with Graham and his oddities. When she saw right through Clark's facade of being a cool player and knew he's softer and kinder than he let on. Or when she helped Nix move on from a tragic past and coaxed him out of his detached shell of a self.
All of the men were beautiful, too, on their own. There was a time, they were too caught up on feeling deceived by Audrey so they felt the need to tighten up the security, so to speak. But no heroes were perfect. And when they learned of their mistakes, they owned said mistakes and done their best to correct it asap. *dreamy sigh*
The ending was great, the characters deserved that. Though, I surely wanted to read wherein they're working and having that happiness, too. Please? hahahahaha.
And that surprise in the end.....I was just so happy to see these six people having what they deserve to dwell on that. I felt robbed of my heartbreak? If that was a thing? lol
Also, this read ended halfway through the whole thing and there's a policy about being stuffed with other freebies just to earn more but I think that only counted if the book was enrolled in KU? I'm not sure...
This is my first Stasia Black and I have to say that I was impressed. Reverse Harems are not really my thing, but the post apocalyptic story had me volunteering to be an advance reviewer. I always purchase any book I plan to read again.
I don't think the blurb does justice to the story, as it is from Nix's POV when the story's actual focus is Audrey (and her blurb would have been way different). The book is told from several different POVs - Audrey (mainly) and a couple of her husbands (I honestly can't remember a time when Danny or Graham's POV was given). The story is about survival in a mostly lawless future after 90% of the women have died and the world was nuked. I won't give away the story but is showcases Audrey's strength - both physical and mental - through all of the her ordeals. The five chosen to be her husbands are so totally different in both temperament, abilities, and physical appearance. Each character is fully fleshed out and unique. The world built for this story and the township of Jacob's Well come alive with the author's well chosen words.
As the story is left with several dangling threads and ends rather abruptly with no mention of it being a series, I just couldn't give it a full 5 star glowing review; however, it is a great story and is definitely a good read and enjoyable.
Shame on the author. This is obviously a means of gaming the system and a violation of Amazon's TOS.
As for the book, its derivative of another, features 2 dimensional characters indulging in lots of sloppy sex. Violence, sexual assault and writing that's just enough to do the job. Lots of magical vajayjay healing broken men.
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