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- ASIN : B082973QYN
- Publisher : Hayley Faiman Books, LLC (January 17, 2020)
- Publication date : January 17, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 485 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 376 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #239,675 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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What follows is the most jarring and violent story yet. Here with Eagle and Della, Faiman paints an almost tortured tale of damaged self worth, crippling doubt, oppressive obsession, and profound emotional cruelty. A story of a woman, despite a wealthy upbringing, who sees herself unworthy of anything beyond being a whore. An MC brother lost to his own anger and pride. And growing fractures within the club itself. It is an explosive installment. A story, that in my opinion, is the most unapologetically dark, vicious, and emotionally action packed installment yet about the Savage Beasts.
Della's plight will touch something deep within you, triggering a protective instinct that will have you screaming for help with every passing page. Eagle's insight into his brothers, especially Jaguar, will have you cheering one moment and gasping the next. It is yet another powerfully poignant portrayal of the perils of love, family, and brotherhood by Faiman.
Here, once again, she writes characters that fall on both sides of the spectrum. Rather than romanticizing all of the bikers as being undercover, emotionally intelligent teddy bears, as is so often the case within this romance subgenre, she writes messy, unapologetically real characters. Characters who struggle internally day-to-day with the raging plethora of wants, needs, and desires swirling within them as they navigate their chosen path filled with darkness, danger, and mayhem. And Eagle's story, as it intertwines with Della's is the most stunningly raw one yet.
However, it is also one that made me the angriest because as it pulls you deep within its depths. As Della's circumstances and Eagle's choices plunge you, word by methodically written word, into the very depths of uncertainty and despair, the methodical plotting stops and shifts, so violently, to its conclusion, that it gives you whiplash!
It is something that has been my most consistent critcism of this series, how Faiman abruptly shifts from the meat of things to the end in an unsatisfactory and stunted manner. And here, with Eagle and Della's journey, this cut from the precipice of discovery straight to the end is at its most pronounced. The shift will torture you with it's jarring leap into the conclusion after Faiman's methodically plotted lead up. It is a jump from the highest emotional highs to the end, lurching you heartlessly from the story world cliff into the depths of their finality. A stunning shift that affected me with an uncontrollable, visceral loathing, especially where the highly suspenseful Columbia arc is concerned.
I literally did a double take wondering if I had missed a chapter, stunned at the complete omission of such a large amount of plot detail, especially where Jaguar and the Columbia faction are concerned. It is a consistent pattern of absence of detail and plot follow through that continues to be the single reason each and every book falls short of the five stars it really deserves for me.
This series will make you an addict by the end of chapter one of the first book. Each book after that will pull you in deeper. However, with each hit you also get increasingly frustrated as the journey gets painfully truncated and flashes forward, leaving you sweaty, unsatisfied, and desperately yearning for just a bit more...
Will I stop reading, no, no I won't. But, I need that extra detail bump in the middle to be happy and fully satisfied.
She is either pregnant by Jaguar or Mountain she is not sure which.
She does not love either of them, however Jaguar wants her but not for love but as a possession he can share with who he wants. Jaguar is twisted in the head for sure he is determined to be with her no matter what.
No one in the clubhouse liked the way that he treats her and in steps Eagle. Della has never been with him intimately but Eagle still wants her in all ways possible. To be her husband and father to her child.
A blast from the past and Jaguar not being able to handle Della being with Eagle great havoc. Someone is killed and another hospitalized.
Don't like that Jaguar has not been found and this book was left like it was.
Top reviews from other countries
I absolutely love Hayley Faiman books.....frustratingly, beautiful alpha men. Highly recommend this book and the Savage Beast series.