Meet the infamous Ross, black sheep of the family and bully extraordinaire.
I drink too much, smoke too much, screw around. I've hurt people, been in and out of prison. I'm a bastard, a beast. I'm a bundle of joy.
I mean, my own dad tried to kill me, what does that tell you?
Then again, my dad did kill my mom, so maybe it isn't just me. Who the hell knows. The world sucks and I'm giving it the finger in every damn way, except…
Except there's a girl. Pretty. Hot. Clever. She didn't get the memo—that she should hate me, shun me, kick me when I'm down. That the world screwed us all over. She believes in the future—and sometimes she seems to even believe in me.
Big mistake. I'm bad news. I made her suffer in the past, and nothing has changed. I'm not an angel, not a saint. No good.
But for some reason I don't get, I can't let her go down with me. I find myself trying to be better for her, pretending to be someone I'm not.
And if that doesn't ring some damn big alarm bells regarding my sanity, well… then I'm done already.
*This is a standalone full-length novel in the Wild Men universe that began with Caveman.*
Very Good Read
WOW what a story. The author gave us the perfect mix of emotions with this one. I am not a fan of books that Bully as I don’t condone it at all, which of course Ross is. As I read along, I learned his actions were a direct result of his upbring. But still I had little empathy for him. But when the one girl that he troubled the most, could see some good in him, I knew I was missing something. Boy was I right. This was not an easy story for me to read, as the main characters were so broken and troubled I worried if there was any light at the end of the tunnel. As Luna becomes Ross’s strength, she not only helped to carry his burden, she helped me see the light. This is an amazing read. Luna’s strength and love for Ross and his determination to be a better person touched me very deeply.
Kudos to the author for giving us an outstanding read. I highly recommend grabbing up No Saint, which by the way is so appropriately named because trust me Ross is No Saint, ASAP. It a heartwarming, heartbreaking, gut wrenching read, but So worth it. 2 Thumbs Up and 5 Stars.
Be still my heart♥︎♥︎
Wow! The author done a fabulous job with this one. The details and emotions she used were amazing. No Saint is a dark and heart wrenching story this will pull at every single one of your heartstrings.
He and his friends bullied Luna in high school. He had his reasons and even he knows they were stupid and not an excuse and didn’t make what he did right. She left town because of her bullies only to return three years later to find out so much has changed, the biggest one being that Ross is now the bullied and he has almost given up. When things take a turn for the worst she goes against her better judgement and decides to help him. One thing leads to another and trust and forgiveness aren’t as hard once he starts letting his walls down and opening up to her. Luna will not give up on the broken boy without reason and when something bad happens she proves herself to him by being the one that won’t give up on him without a fight.
A dark yet beautiful bully to lovers romance.