Description: When her mother agrees to be transformed into a werewolf to join her mate, Jasmine feels abandoned and alone, and does the only thing she can do; she tries to leave.
The fact that the man she had considered her real father’ isn’t human, but an actual werewolf, just proved that there were other beings, not human, in this world. It made her remember that her real father (who had abused her as a child), had given her to the Nightmare Man that one night (a secret she had kept hidden from all, until now).
But now that she learns that in addition to having a werewolf for a mother, she has two were-cowboy stepbrothers (who are too hot to handle), it’s almost too much to take. They were the dark cowboys of her dreams as a teenager….. Can she give in to her were-cowboy stepbrothers’ demands?
Cover: So unbelieveable kitschy.
Review: There are so many things wrong with this book… I’ll start with the writing itself. The words aren’t flowing at all and it is rather confusing.
But I could have ignored it, if the story itself would have been good. It’s not. It’s really, really not. After like half of the book I stopped reading.
I’ll make short points with the things I found to be just plain wrong.
- The brothers just come onto the plane and carry her against her will out of it. Other passengers aren’t helping by the way
- Jasmine is 30 and apparently still has a perfect figure. Youth mania?
- one brother throws her phone away, so she can’t make a call
- she gets spanked without her consent.
- Consent isn’t a word that is known in this book by the way. She has to do what her so called mates want.
- I got a scent of victim blaming
- The main character isn’t allowed to live her life like she wants to, because apparently she’s just too stupid and needs her men to make decisions for her
- She isn’t allowed to date men or have sex if she wants to
I’m sure there is much more to say, but as I said before, I stopped reading. I was afraid of the sex scenes. This book had a fifty shades of grey, rape culture vibe to it.
I got it as an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a honest review. Thank you.
Categories: ARC Reviews, Non-Queer Reviews, Reviews
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