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Bedroom Bully Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B0033DDJ0E
- Publisher : Pocket Books (14 January 2010)
- Language : English
- File size : 1785 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 274 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1416553924
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,312,719 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Thankfully it did pick up again and she managed to get it back on track so that once again you were hooked. I do love my erotica and after such a great start in the steamy stakes it seemed to die off a bit in that department. I was quite engrossed in the story so it didn't matter that the erotica had dwindled. There was some yes but the quality wasn't as good as at the start of the book or as good as it was in Fly on the Wall (Urban Renaissance) . The dialogue and the saucy bits just got kind of repetitve when she dropped them in and the dialogue between the characters was a bit OTT and cheesy. Kind of cringeworthy sometimes actually and I just didn't buy into it. In spite of this I have to say it is still one of the better erotic romances I have read and I did enjoy it a hell of a lot. It is certainly one of those books that once you pick it up it is hard to put down and you are at it for a few hours and pick it up any chance you get. Even if only for 5 minutes I was there getting stuck into it again. That it definitely a sign of a really good book so I suggest you buy it :-)
P.S One thing I kept thinking when I was reading was....why is it called Bedroom Bully?? When I bought it I thought there literally would be a lot of playful bullying in the bedroom etc but this is not the case in my opinion. There is a slight reference to "bedroom bully" but I think it was a bit of a weak attempt to link into the title really. It wasn't really important to me but thought I'd add it on here if you are buying the book expecting it to be the case. Happy reading!
[NO SPOILER ALERT!! READING THIS REVIEW WILL NOT SPOIL THE BOOK FOR FUTURE READERS!!]
Trista did an excellent job at painting pictures of the characters for her readers. I was able to get a good visual of the characters as I read along. As an avid book reader, I understand that is not always easy to do. The author also does an excellent job at keeping the attention of the reader. The plot was interesting. Although it was a bit 'out there' it was not beyond belief. As I read along, I thought to myself, "this COULD happen." That made a difference for me. The sex scenes had me exhaling and saying, "oh my!" The rationale of Dean Tyson was reasonable, considering why he was on a rampage, but the author did go a bit far with the racist cop.
RECOMMENDATION: If you like sexy, erotic suspense, then GET THE BOOK!!! Russell handles her own in the 'arousing sex scene' department. This book will have you wishing a 'turnpike killer' would greet you at your door....OMG!!! Without a doubt, it was a page turner. I read the book in a day, and found myself having to harnace my eyes' desire to jump over to the next page before I actually read to it. That is a huge compliment to any author.
On the flip side, there is a reason why I am only able to give this title 4 stars. Although it was a good read, the storyline was a tad bit far-stretched. At times, I was concerned that it would become too unrealistic, but Russell managed to keep me grounded. The end of the book began to lose me a bit. The main character, Dean Tyson, began to do things that were contradictory to the picture Russell had been painting of the character for the entire book. It was a bit confusing. It was almost like Russell ran out of steam or was getting pushed by the publisher to finish the title. The end left much to be desired.
I try to make it a habit for read others' reviews on a title, to help me take a definitive stance in my own review of the title. I am happy that I read this book, and I am excited about reading more of her works. After reading the other reviews, "Fly On The Wall" looks like it needs to be my next read. Keep a look out...reviews will be coming for that title, as well.
COMMENDABLE JOB TRISTA...4 STARS FROM ME!!
[And Trista-Girl, thank you for making Dean out to be built like an "real man" because I hope most of us know, most men are not equipped with the tools of a 'perfect looking stripper'. And in most cases, big is not best. The "just right" and realistic size of Dean Tyson is just what we need...realistic and "just right!"]
Trista Russell, quite the storyteller, takes us on a daily journal ride with Audra Chandler and Dean Tyson. Audra, who can't seem to find true love and Dean who is on the run after shooting two cops, find friendship, love, and ultimate trust in a way that is quite unconventional.
Russell, has weaved together a novel that had me wondering, "exactly" how was she going to convince the reader to believe in her storyline. However, by the end of the story, Russel, had stitched all the pieces together and gave us a conclusion that can be bought: hook, line and sinker.
Bedroom Bully comes with hott sex scenes and shows love that has stepped outside of the box. This is a quick and entertaining read. You will find yourself advocating for two people who are wrong in every sense of the word. Their deliberate and calculated moves will have you rooting for them to escape the punishment that they will eventually endure and deservingly so. However, you will feel the love that they have come to feel for one another and wonder is there any way that they can survive the muddle they have gotten themselves into.
Trista Russell has once again written a novel that is quite different than most and will have the reader thinking out loud as the novel is being read. Russell deserves again a high five, for she has done a fine job penning a tale that will have the reader thinking about well after the last page has been turned.
My only question: Is there a continuation in the works?
Reviewed by: Marie of WDSbc