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One word for this book. Amazing. Red Rider is truely an amazing tale, I believe the blurb doesn’t do it justice as I sort of cringed on the idea however it was far better portrayed in the book. I’m an absolute softy was a slowburn romance it never fails to get me attached to a book but it can sometimes be the only thing that makes me read the book.... however that is not at all the case in this book. No love at first sight, or cringey phrases or sudden loved up moments, it’s a true development that you witness with your own eyes. The storyline is great, you don’t realise you read as much as you do til you glimpse at the time, some people may find it a bit slow to hit the climax of the book but I didn’t feel that way at all. One thing i’d like to compare from the first book that the storyline was not as intriguing and didn’t exactly capture me as it did in the first one still very much worth a read. The protagonist, was a real badass character that was independent and had realistic emotions, but still stood tall during the harsh times within the book. The final book will be released in March 2020 and I don’t think Ill be able to wait that long! Absolutely ecstatic to see where this trilogy goes.
I wasn't going to read it because I thought it was alot like other books. It reminds me of the hand madens tale alot, however it has a great spin to it (you'll have to read the book like i did) I read them both in two days and now I'm left wanting more