Mostly I read MM books in every genre with the occasional MF book.
I love fanfic and I ship STEREK & DESTIEL.
This book was full of
I know going into this book that it was insta love but this book is so over the top with eveything, the characters were so perfect and eveyone was wearing brands and expensive stuff and there was so many characters and plotlines, and what's with the excessive use of pet names everyone is calling each other "baby, honey, sweetheart,...etc".
This book is told in three parts:
Part one "Angel & Max" who told each other I love yous including actual tears the first time they had sex on their first date.
Part Two "Bass & Ryker" a Dom & Sub where the dom Bass collared the sub Ryker after spending one weekend with him.
Part Three "Kidnapping of Angel" was a complete Mind F**k with everyone going with guns blazing to rescue him.
Overall this book has disaster written all over it from the begging and it was not a great read for me.
DNF @ 48%
I picked this book because I loved Logan & Tate and I was interested in knowing the story behind Daniel Finely.
At first I thought this book was going to be similar to the Logan & Tate storyline but after reading the first chapters I realized that it was totally different and I was actually interested in new characters and their own storyline but the more I read the more I lost interest in the book I guess I expected them to act in a certain way and they acted differently which made it hard for me to connect with the characters, so I decided to DNF this book, maybe after a while I will try again.
DNF @ 40%, No Rating
The first few chapters were promising but as the story goes on I started to loose interest and the story became boring and the characters annoying, there was so many characters and I couldn't understand the Mcs relationship or even connect with them Stuart at times was a nice normal guy and the next he is dangerous the same with Danny once he is shy & vulnerable and the next he is over confident.
At the end I couldn't force myself to read more of this and decided to DNF this book.