terça-feira, 9 de fevereiro de 2016
Jagger (Caldwell Brothers #3) by Chelsea Camaron
I was given an ARC in exchange of an honest review.
Jagger Caldwell is no one’s hero. With a reputation busting heads and breaking hearts on the underground MMA circuit, he lives for easy cash and easier women. But when he stumbles upon an all-too-familiar scene, painful memories awaken Jagger’s sensitive side and compel him to act. As a kid, he stood by helplessly as his old man beat his mom. Now, Jagger won’t let seventeen-year-old Tatiana Rand suffer the same fate. Nothing matters except saving her.
Tatiana is a prisoner in her own home, at the mercy of her violent father—until an unlikely savior bursts through her door and into her life. Six-feet-plus of tattooed muscle and raw power, Jagger is no prince charming—but Tatiana stopped believing in fairy tales long ago. Despite their differences in age and, well, everything else, the sexy bad boy sparks a fire that Tatiana never knew she had—and desires that only Jagger can quench.
It´s always hard for me to give a bad feedback when you read a book. Unfortunately, is a necessary evil.
When I requested this book at NG, I did because I liked the blurb very much. And while the story, per se, has potential. The way it was told was too superficial. I couldn´t connect with any of the characters, they all felt one-dimensional, nor the storyline itself.