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Length: 408 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 3528 KB
  • Print Length: 408 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: March 23, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H3HS25I
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,171 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Have you ever read a book that left you with your mouth hanging open when you read the last word? Have you ever sat there and just thought about everything that you just read and felt...fulfilled?

This may have be the hardest review I've had to write so far because all I want to really say is read it, so you can experience what I'm feeling right now, but here it goes.

I've never read any other book like this one. Up until exactly halfway through, it was as if I was reading two separate books. Ysabelle has her own story and Sebastian has his. I spent the first half of the book just wondering how hell these two were ever going to meet one another, their lives were total opposites.

Ysabelle had a horrible childhood, if you'd even call it that. Her "mother" was literally a crack whore (excuse the term but there really isn't any other way to say it) who sold her daughter's virginity for $1000, Ysabelle was only 12. She never had food, clean clothes on her back, or a safe place to call home. She had to barricade her bedroom door closed at night so her "mothers" "John's" wouldn't get in. She was 16 when she decided that she had to leave. She had sex with a guy for $100 and left town. She started working at a bar and that's where she met Madame and became a VIP, an escort.

Sebastian and Julie are best friends. They grew up with one another. Olivia is Julie's adopted sister. The three of them were inseparable their whole lives. While Julie always had more than friendly feelings for Sebastian, his eyes were always on Olivia. One night changed everything for the three and that's when Sebastian's life really started to change.

A quick note - this book is full of sex.
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By Midian S. on February 13, 2014
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With this review I do not intend to be mean, but I must write it because I feel like a lot of people are just not being forthcoming.

First of, the blurb of the book is VERY misleading, specially because the book doesn't even mention Ysabelle for like, the first 50%.

I felt like this book was more about Sebastian and Olivia + Julia, and I didn't like this AT ALL. This triangle just didn't make sense to me, I feel like Sebastian defaulted to Julia, and after the 50% mark I just told you about, I feel like he defaulted AGAIN to Ysabelle.

At this point I was frankly annoyed.

I did not feel the connection between Sebastian (Sebby *eye roll*) and Ysabelle, and don't get me wrong, this book has a lot of potential but went downhill.

Some parts of the book didn't make sense, which is a shame, because this author is very good at writing, but I feel like a little more effort from the editor, or maybe the beta readers, would've been good, maybe the author needs a content editor.

Another thing, I received an ARC of this book, but I went ahead and bought the book from Amazon because the ARC had a lot of grammar and spelling issues, but it backfired on me because the copy on Amazon is the same.

I'm afraid if the author, or her fans, read this review, they won't like it, or my rating, but I can't lie, I rather be honest and disliked.

Again, the author writes very good but this book needed more polishing.
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Format: Kindle Edition
Man oh man...this was an amazing story filled with love, lust, intense heart break, and betrayal. I knew from the very first chapter that this was not your run of the mill hearts and flowers romance. I loved how the book was set up. In most books, the characters start in the present and we get thrown into flashbacks of memeories to show us how they became the way they are. This book starts from the early childhood of both characters, which really makes you connect with them and gives you a front row seat to each of their journeys. Ms. Robinson did a fantastic job with character building and I really felt a bond with Ysabelle and Sebastian. I had twisted love/hate emotions for minute I thought he was a selfish bastard and the next minute I was rooting for him like a frantic cheerleader. I absolutely loved Ysabelle for so many reasons. She was unlike any other typical whiny weak female character that pines for pity. She was a no-holds-bar relentless bitch that took all the s*** parts of her life and used them to push her to conquer no matter what. She stayed tough the only way she knew how, which was to keep emotions and people out, even though you can clearly see, deep down she was a truely broken girl.

Sebastian had a nice clean cut upbringing and loved his best friend Julia since the day she was born...literally, he was two years old and was there in the hospital to share their first kiss the day she was born. His neat life suddenly became a jumbled mess at the ripe ol' age of ten, when he met Julia's adopted sister Olivia for the first time. He knew even then, that his life would never be the same. They had an instant connection that differed immensely from the connection he shared with Julia.
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Format: Paperback
Thoroughly un-relatable characters. The wife who settles for being second best. The selfish husband who disrespects his wife and apparently cares nothing about his son. The hard luck hooker with a heart of gold who apparently needs to destroy a family before having the guts to move away from the life. Alexandre Dumas, fils had the skill to make a selfish hero and a tragic hooker sympathetic. This author clearly does not.

I couldn't care less about them, so even for free thanks but no thanks.
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