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To Awaken a Monster (In the Arms of Monsters Book 1) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B084M8X6RL
- Publisher : Evernight Publishing (18 February 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 2864 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 283 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 153,712 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I am a huge fan of Sam Crescent normally, I do enjoy her books.
She writes 'knock you on your ass-Alpha males-sexy-falling fast-bad boy-hardcore' type of books, and I mostly enjoy them quite a lot.
This one....I am a little torn over. I have given it a 4* because there was a lot of the book that pulled at my heartstrings, that was very good writing, and I felt pulled me along and made me devour the book.
But then there were also parts that I felt were drawn out...a bit slow-moving...and also felt that perhaps the book is "too long" compared to what was necessary.
Don't get me wrong, the book was worth the read - and this is a trilogy - which means this book ends on a cliffhanger! Sadly I have a dislike for books where the main female [gets taken and ends up spending 2 years in enemy hands before showing up again.
I want to read the 2nd book Taken by a Monster - but at the same time, after reading the blurb, I feel like I'm scared to! lol
Robin was a character that was easy to like, and I really felt for her. What she's gone through is hard and I really connected with her.
Preacher is our anti-hero in this MC dark romance book. He's not a nice guy, and has no issues with murder, torture and so forth - but he does have that Alpha male badass lovely side that I tend to like in my evil men books (haha) - and I really liked him.
Bishop...I think the author did well with Bishop. He portrays what I would typically say is very accurate adolescent behaviour. /shrug.
He is impatient, doesn't see that he hurts Robin's feelings, he's selfish, he's very set in a specific mindset - which is the same mindset that most of the club might have -but he takes a lot of things "out of context" and therefore has created his own view on things which is not going to end well for him if he doesn't change his tune. hehe
But he's got good sides - he is still growing - he's only 18 years old - a long way to go - and at the end of the book I started to warm up to him quite a bit, in a sort of mothering way, I think there's hope for Bishop. :)
I've recently been in a reading slump but this book kicked me out of it with a bang . The characters and storyline is amazing . It takes you on a journey with each characters pov which is brilliant as you get to know each one personally .
I adore Robin as she's smart , sassy and not your average girl . But I loved Preacher best , he's sexy , mature and I want him all to myself please .
Right need to go read book two .
If you love books about MC's then read the absolutely amazing Signal Bend series by Susan Fanetti or the Dartmoor series by Lauren Gilley. Puts this load of tripe to shame.