I really liked this!
Suki Fleet is one of those authors I noticed around for a while, but never really got around to reading her bools. So I decided I was going to try something of hers and a friend suggested this would be the best place to start.
She was right.
This short was exactly what I needed to read right now. It worked for me in the moment and has left me with a hopeful smile on my face.
The book only spans a couple of days. But those two days are all it took for me to invest in Ally and Levi's story. It has left me wanting more. Much more. I'll be eagerly awaiting more of their story and I'm excited to see where they go.
Oh, and I really want Rob to suffer the consequences of his actions.
Te quiero might be the first book I've read from this author, but I promise it won't be my last.
I'm trying to process my thoughts on this as I type but I keep coming back to wow. This book was a journey. An emotional, trying and sometimes painful journey. But it was so worth it.
This is one of those books I devour in one sitting and can't stop thinking about a long time after I finish.
I loved Broken. I loved how it dealt with mental illness and how real it felt to me. James's struggle was so very real to me. It felt like I was being sucked in every time his POV came up. It was hard for me to read his internal struggles and to see how distant he felt from everyone.
I loved him. Yes, he was arrogant and cocky, but there was something about him that I found likable. I also loved Theo. They were the perfect match and it was enjoyable to see their relationship grow. It was a bit of fun in what was really a heavy book.
The secondary characters were great. I especially loved James and Theo's brothers. I also really liked Theo's mum and best friend, Tess.
One of the characters I hated? James's mum.
There aren't enough words to describe my hatred for that woman. I could not stand her and felt my blood boil every time she appeared on page. I'm so glad she wasn't in this a lot, because I couldn't have taken it. And I'm not sure how James and Max could stand her being around. Yes, she was their mum, but God. That woman.
This isn't going to be the book for everyone. There are triggers in this and some will find it very hard to read. But if you like emotional books that deal with serious issues, then this will be the book for you.
This book was a little bit of a surprise for me. I know I've loved the other books in this series and everything from K.J. Charles that I read before, but Richard is not my favourite character, so I was a little unsure about this one.
A Gentleman's Position was just as amazing as all of K.J. Charles other books. I loved it pretty much straight away and I got caught up in Richard and Cyprian's story.
I love Cyprian. He's always been a character I wanted to find out more about and I'm delighted I had the chance. He's one of my three favourite characters in this series (Harry and Cyrus being the other two). He helped me fall in love with this book and is part of the reason, as well as the authors fantastic writing, I have softened towards Richard.
I'm never going to be a Richard super fan. But I like him a lot more now than I have in previous books. His past, as well as getting his thoughts and feelings, really helped me understand him more and I came to like him more and more, after some struggles along the way.
This book had me in stitches. I wasn't expecting it to be so funny. But thanks to Cyrpian's brilliant plan, which I did see coming, I couldn't hold back my laughter. That scene is a standout for me in this whole series and cemented this book as one of my favourites.
I'm sad to see the series end. But I'm glad these characters have found their own happy endings and I really hope we get to catch up with them from time to time.
“I hope your team is ready, Sloane,” Sparks said as she headed for the door. “You’re going to have to be if you want to get Dex back alive.”