- File Size: 900 KB
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075YB68WZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,218 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Twisted Love: A Bad Boy Romance Kindle Edition
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The book is slow. The H/h hardly ever see each other, even after they live together. They both see and speak to Tino, Bethany’s bodyguard, more than each other. It was at least three-quarters of the way into the book before they so much as hugged. And I didn’t really like them, either. Bethany lost all control when she got angry and yelled a whole hell of a lot. Ben was an a*&hole and talked down to everyone. Before he had access to Bethany he would screw other women and imagine her the whole time. Then afterwards, he’d treat them like garbage and kick them out. Do people really do this? Use others while imagining someone else that they claim to be obsessed with? It’s just so skeezy. All of that, but I’m supposed to believe he gave money to underprivileged boxers and helped meth-heads sort out their lives? I felt like the author was trying to convince me he’s not a bad guy by throwing in some Sister Theresa-like behavior while he acted like a jerk all the time.
The story is littered with typos and inconsistencies that should’ve been an easy catch for any proofreader. The format didn’t make time-jumps easy to catch. And don’t even get me started on the stereotypes all throughout. Take a pass. This one isn’t worth the effort.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
I enjoyed this book. The story is well written & the characters are interesting.
Benito "Ben" Sciotti is the head of a crime family after he took over from his father, working his way up through the ranks.
Bethany Verde is the owner of Canfield Grille & is fearful that she will lose her business thanks to mishandling by her late stepfather.
These two meet when Ben comes into Bethany's diner to inform her of a contract between himself & her stepfather with her as the bargaining chip. Ben wants Bethany for his wife & he's ready to collect on the debt. Bethany is none too happy & flat out refuses. When a gang starts pressuring Bethany for protection money she agrees to live with Ben & be his woman in public only. Bethany continues to work at the diner & the gang continues to come after her. Ben takes her to meet his family. Ben's mother loves her & later brings Bethany a book of her recipes. Bethany starts cooking & tweaking the recipes. Ben is planning on building a casino with a restaurant for Bethany but doesn't tell her any if this. While at a fundraising gala one of Ben's ex girlfriends tells her of the casino plans & that he just wants her diner. Before Bethany can ask about it Ben gets a call that his strip club is on fire. Bethany decides to sell the diner & just leave town. Before she can do that she is accosted by the gang again but Ben saves the day. To see what happens next you'll need to read the book.
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