Stevie Colvin’s rules are simple.
Don’t bother to learn anyone’s names. (Why bother if they won’t be around tomorrow?)
Keep things light and fun.
Be an equal opportunist to all sexes.
And no one becomes long term. No relationships and none of those pesky things like feelings can enter. Especially with a sexy supercross rider, who is as much a player as she is.
From the moment she met Christopher Singer, he seemed to get under her skin like no one else could and made her feel things she hadn’t in a long time. Something she will not allow. Only one person has gotten past Stevie’s layers. But even Jaymerson doesn’t know the full truth about the darkness and demons which haunt Stevie’s past…the ones she has pushed far down. She wants to ignore every detail of the devastating loss and horrifying night that almost took her life.
When an incident brings Stevie and Chris back together in the same town, their past and present crash into a struggle of grief and horrendous tragedy.
Stevie needs to decide: handle the pain and break every rule she has, which might shatter her for good or choose to protect herself and run from it all…
*Third book in the Blinded Love Series. Not a standalone. Please read the first two in the series before this one.
*There is sexual content and some trigger-sensitive topics.
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Good book by a real good author. Highly recommend. Loved it from start to finish. Wondering if there's gonna be more books in the series after the now 3.
an amazing read
4.5 stars This book had me on an emotional rollercoaster ride! I loved Stevie’s and Chris’ story and this is a book that I would definitely read again. Stevie has always been an interesting character to me and I am happy that the author dedicated an entire book to her. She is a likable, complex character and I adored Chris. There were times that I felt that my heart was being ripped out of my chest as they had experienced so many devastating things in their lives . These things affected how they both approached relationships - both with friends and with romance. I found myself laughing at some of their banter one minute to ugly crying the next.
Their relationship is complex and the chemistry between them is palpable. I enjoyed watching how Stevie and Chris both evolved as a couple and as characters. There were parts of the book where I wanted to talk some sense into Stevie as she made some bad decisions and I felt she was behaving selfishly. Yet those decisions fit with her character so I can’t really complain too much. I also liked the appearances from, Hunter, Jayme, Jones, and Doug. Twisted Love put me through all the feels - laughter and tears, heartbreak and love, and hope. This book moved at a good pace, has well-developed likable characters, and has a HEA with no cliffhanger. I would love for the author to write a story about Megan and Jones next. I received this book for free and I voluntarily leave this review.
Be ready to laugh, to cry, to get you heart broken, and most importantly to love!
I must have cheated while reading this book, for the first time I did not read the companion books that came before it. However, as it was about another couple, and the author did a great job talking about the first books and events without forcing the information on the reader, I learned about the other two books quite easily.
As a Disney fan and a designer, I really enjoyed Stevie's story. She was such a force, she was strong and independent and was genuinely herself, and I loved that it came naturally. These days we see a lot of books where authors try to make female characters strong to empower women, but they fail at it because it just does not feel right and it feels overdone, while Stacey did a great job while she created Stevie. I have to say, I am going to read the first two books as well, because even as a secondary character I need to know if she was painted like this in the beginning as well.
The book was not just about romance, the book actually addressed major and important topics such as abuse and health. I loved how tactfully it was done. I felt for all the characters, and I loved how the storyline actually fit with them all, they were organically merged together.
I had to say while reading this, I got sometimes frustrated, hence the 4.5 stars, but I understood why they did what they did, I just wanted something more or different from this characters. Sometimes, towards the end, it just felt dragged, and it did not sit well with me.
I loved our Ape-boy, aka Tarzan, aka Christopher singer. Chris was an Australian supercross star. He was just everything the girls want. He was not cocky but he was confident, and a nice guy. Through a book he is going through some struggles and pushes away his friends in order to protect them, but ends up hurting both them and himself. I caught on pretty quickly what was going on with him. The whole story evolved around it and tested love and friendship. It was a beautiful story to follow.
Overall, the book was a BEAUTIFUL masterpiece, that I did not want and could not put down and devoured in a day. Absolutely loved it!