LOVE— it’s a common word that people take for granted. As for me, Sasha Adams, I have seen that love isn’t everything, though sometimes it’s meant to be. But to be honest, I never wanted it. That has been my plan for as long as I can remember. The only person I ever wanted to love is my sister Lola. But then I met not one no, not even two— but three beautiful men.
Dylan, the doctor, had his head screwed on tight. Josh, well, he was a tattooed sex machine playboy. Then there was Brax, the rock star. It was clear they all wanted my heart, but I wouldn’t give it to any of them willingly.
Unwillingly, I fell hard, but there was a part of me that knew he could destroy me. So I refused to give him all of me, and now he’s returned and determined to win me back. I just need to decide if love is worth the chance of destruction.
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Scratching my head...and not in a good way.
When I read the synopsis for this book, it seemed like one of those rare good finds. It was free, but after finishing it I'm really glad I didn't waste money on it. This book was all over the place with the plot. I got so aggravated with the main female character that I was literally yelling at her in my head over her stupidity. The synopsis made it sound like she had a really tough decision to make between 3 great guys; in reality, she already had her mind made up about the "bad boy." The author made the actions of these characters incredibly annoying. The bad boy was just irritating, and to end the book with him dying of cancer right after you just killed off someone else? No...just, no. Poorly thought out and written. The grammatical errors made this an even harder read besides the cheesiness in it as well. At one point the author wrote "sequence dress" or skirt or whatever. Uhhh, I think you mean "sequins." It appears there was little to no proofreading or editing done before this was published. Bottom line...don't waste your time reading this, and if it's no longer free, don't waste your money either.
I got so caught up in the book I literally could not put it down. The ending was so sad though and broke my heart.
Bad plot, bad story line, grammatical errors, weird time changes, plus, leukemia is hard not to notice. She'd have to be blind, or very stupid, not to see the effects of not only the cancer, but the cancer treatments as well. It was an okay idea, just implemented horribly.