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Damon Carry hit me with his bucket. The gorgeous ass was drunk. So I did what any obsessed buff would’ve. I kidnapped him. After I first got over the jolt that it was truly him, dreamy and delicious behind those mirrored tones, it was obvious what I had to do. I shoved him in my bucket, slammed the hatch, and drove away. As I zoomed around the strolls of Paris, beside me dozing was the one and only bad guy tennis superstar. And, I know what you’re thinking: of route I activated the child-locks so he couldn’t fall out or escape! My hands were shaking and my benevolence was racing. It was crazy, I must've lost my ever-loving view, but I didn’t dare deflection back. There was only one problem. I didn't deal it, it just happened. I was supposed to be relaxing on spell! What on sublunary world was I going to do once I got him back to my flat? Keep him? Irons him to the seat and have my wicked approach with him? I choice… But a small, very naughty, voice inside my head was telling me to do just that.

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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1542531454
  • ISBN-13: 978-1542531450
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The Love Game: a Bad Boy Sports Romance

aklyoner

I first encountered Gratton through The Curiosities: A Kit of Memoirs. She's unique of the Merry Fates along with Maggie Stiefvater (adore), and Brenna Yovanoff (ditto). They participate a poetic signature style, a love of paranormal memoirs and a affinity for darkness. Two of my favorite memoirs in the kit were Gratton's, so I was pumped to read unique of her funkies. I think Gratton has responsibilities of potential, but she didn't quite hit the point with me in this unique. This is the cliffhanger of Silla, a juice witch recently orphaned in the apparent murder-suicide of her parents. She's determined to prove despite all rational indication that her father didn't kill her mother then himself. Her only family left is her older brother, Reese, who's also struggling in the backwash of the takes for rides. There's a mysterious magic book, a very old and very powerful villain, lots of juice, family privileged informations, and insta-love with the new boy-next-door Nick. I didn’t like the Silla/Nick instalove. I didn't like that the side courages seemed at the edges of being developed but always felt slightly hollow. I didn't like how often the POVs switched back and forth between Silla and Nick. It was distracting. There was even a third perspective (old-timey diary registrations). I didn't like that the moral questions felt to me a sliver underdeveloped. Like Silla freaks out and kills a rabbit – for no determination. Seriously, she’s like “I need juice! I know! Bunny!” and she kills it and then doesn’t do any unique thing with the juice. Killing animals for magic seems wrong – although it really is no worse than killing them for fast food, as long as it’s quick – but doing it without determination or a devise or intellects? It just seems childish and frankly a little scary that her first response is to kill something when she didn’t have to. And she never killed an beast again! Even in the crowning showdown with the Big Lousy! So what was the point? BUT I think Gratton has potential in the horror-fantasy dimension of things. The Big Lousy can possess people, and the schizophrenia of not knowing who could be possessed was well-played and nail-biting. The Big Lousy could take over unique, and you wouldn’t know it until it was (almost) too late. The juice magic logical order was also really pretty cool. Good worldbuilding by Gratton here. And even if she didn't explore the moral questions as deeply as I'd like, I appreciated how much moral ambiguity there was in this novel. Two more plot-heavy positions that bothered me, under the spoiler stamp: (view spoiler)

2019-12-31 09:04

tiabeverly

This publication DRAGGED for the first 3 or 4 affiliates. It came highly recommended for my 4th grader and I was determined to finish it (plus the same friend who recommended it said it was her least favorite of the classification). As the development developed, my interest peaked and by the put the lid on of the publication...I am curious (and even a second excited) to read the next publication in the classification. **renew: my son has been reading this publication. He also is not riveted to it. He keeps waiting on me to read the other lists to see if it's "worth" continuing.

2019-12-22 22:30

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