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- Audible.com Release Date: March 15, 2017
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- Language: English, English
- ASIN: B06XK14GZ6
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I don't like single POV's and this book is my exhibit A. Ty is such a complicated, damaged, lovable, sexy guy and not have his POV, his thoughts and his reasons behind his actions was a crime. I had no idea what's going on in his head and I didn't like that one bit.
The book ending was sudden. Very. Sudden. After the break up it took them a page (tha last one) to reconsile and get back together and The End. WTF?? Where is my HEA?? I know they are together but are there issues forgotten or fogiven or both?
Anywho, I believe if I read it before her other books my rate would have been different but we'll never know.
L.J.Shen is still one of my favorite authors and I can see how much her writting has changed. For at least that, I do not regret reading Tyed cause that's what brought me Vicious, Ruckus and the rest of the guys.
An OK read.
I liked Blaire's sense of humor and general personality, but her voice also came off rather immature frequently and made her sound more like a teenager at times. For someone who was fairly open-minded, she surprised me with how stubborn she could be when Tyler would try to prove to her that he was serious about liking her. Tyler himself was a bit of an alpha male and I liked him overall, but there were times I expected him to be more alpha and he wasn't. I liked the gentler side of him with Blaire but then sometimes I couldn't see what he saw in Blaire. It's a cute story overall, but lacked a bit of conviction for me to want to root harder for the characters due to Blaire's wishy-washiness.
I like Blaine even though the self pity was getting annoying "Boring Blaine" her own nickname especially with a SUPERMODEL twin sister *insert eye roll*, cliche' much? Apart from the overuse of brackets and the self pity I really like Ty and Barbie (Ty's nickname for Blaine) together as a couple and wish the author could have developed the story better and more thoroughly than she did, as it potentially could have been an OUTSTANDING book. The interest for me is in the couple and what makes them - them and unique to each other, that right there was (IMO) touched upon but could have been a very memorable set of characters. The hardships that shaped Ty and his aggression were skimmed which is why this book is an okay read but will not feature in my re-read list, such a shame.
I don't like Shane and Izzy, Blaine's twin sister. One minute we're lead to believe that Shane is in love with Blaine and after thwarting his advances from hisr BBF he suddenly has/had a thing for Izzy. WTF! I won't continue on with this story, if however this book had been a duet I would have loved to have seen the story deveolop, especially as the HEA is all of 1 and a bit pages with NO epilogue. Very unsatisfying end. A big opportunity missed in my view but I wish the author luck for the future.
The blurb was a nice brief over view of what the book had in store, so I won't rehash here too much, but I can say, I did not see the "secret" that Ty had coming. Kudos to the author. So many books right now have a big secret or big reveal that I always guess but I didn't see this one coming. And this one was totally believable and not convoluted like so many big reveals. For some people, it may be a deal breaker, and I like the fact that the author had a secret that really made the heroine, and thus the reader, think about decisions people make, how we live with those decisions, and how we learn to forgive. And most importantly, when we have to learn that forgiveness may not be something that is ours to give if a person's mistakes were made well before they even met us. What is required then is acceptance of who the person is now, and appreciation for how that person has grown. Great job to the author for adding this thought provoking element. I am being vague of course so I don't spoil the plot!
I liked Ty's character. He is pretty cut and dry. He didn't have the best home life growing up, and is now an MMA fighter because fighting is what he is good at. He has some rage issues, but he is fairly unapologetic for who he is. And the big question is whether or not Blaire can handle who he is. I think the book is more about Blaire, so we see a lot more of her character and get a lot more of her growth, and the author does a good job of laying it all out for us.
I would have liked to see Ty be a little more apologetic for keeping his secret, or have them spend a little more time talking it through, especially since he gave Blaire a hard time for keeping a secret earlier in the book in regards to her BFF Shane hitting on her(which is nothing compared to his secret). Just seemed inconsistent. It would also have been nice for Blaire to hold Shane more responsible for his interference in her relationship and maybe call her sister out for begin so self involved. It would have completed the picture a bit more in terms of her character growth. It also would have been nice if there was an epilogue. These issues didn't take away from enjoying what we were given, but for me it really does make the difference between 4 and 5 stars (and I never give 5 stars!!).
Overall, this was a great, enjoyable read. Blaire was a little annoying sometimes with her stubbornness and judgments, but she was a real character who you can relate to. These characters were not other-worldly beautiful or billionaires or any of that. Blaire is a lot like many 20- somethings that maybe bloom a little late and have no idea what the heck they want to do with their lives. These characters were real and approachable. Blaire is funny, and I found myself really laughing out loud at some of her inner and outer musings. She could pretty easily fit into my group of friends. I think anyone will really enjoy this book!