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cover image of The Undeniable Series. The Undeniable Series. Madeline Sheehan Author () (). cover image of Undeniable--Eva und Deuce. This e-book may not be re-sold or given away to other people. If you would like to share this book with another person, please download an additional copy for each reader. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, and incidents are either the products of the author’s. Editorial Reviews. Review. "Undeniably unputdownable! An absolutely coarse, crude, guilty Undeniable - Kindle edition by Madeline Sheehan. Download it.
His name was Deuce. And this is our story. It is not a pretty one. Some parts of it are downright ugly. He was twenty-three, and it was visiting day at Rikers Island.
I was itching to turn, to take in his brutal, beautiful face, desperate to know if I might glimpse something other than apathy gleaming in his obsidian depths. I dragged in a painful breath. My eyes burned with unshed tears.
My fingernails dug into my palms. No, I absolutely would not look at him. This was his fault—this was all his fault. Everyone has a breaking point, and last night had been mine. Something had snapped inside me—severed me nearly in half. Unclenching my fists, I glanced down at my pale, trembling hands. Was that dried blood beneath my fingernails?
A silent gasp momentarily stole my breath and I quickly clasped my hands together, hiding the offensive sight. Who knew hands were so powerful—so life-altering?
They were so much more that. I remained frozen. He could say my name all he wanted. He could scream it and shout it until he was blue in the face and I would still refuse to look at him. Natalie The Biblioholic This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [I haven't read the book myself because I was advised that there is a lot of cheating in this book, both by the hero and heroine.
The problem is I'm starting to feel like they're all the same story in various different shades. Is this book worth it? Mason Hawk This is a harsh story about people who don't make what is viewed as 'the right' life choices and pay a high price for doing so. There are many …more This is a harsh story about people who don't make what is viewed as 'the right' life choices and pay a high price for doing so.
There are many 'Trigger' scenes that even have adults upset. It's a sad convoluted couple that I would not use the word "romantic" to describe. Last, I don't know a 14 year old that I think should read this. I don't even know a 21 year old I would recommend it to. It's not like the adults keeping something good from you, more like this is something you'll wonder why even adults read.
See all 8 questions about Undeniable…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Oct 24, P. I scroll through the reviews and look at all the 5 star ratings and wonder if I read the same book. I can kind of see why people rate this book 5 star. And we all know how women like their bad boys. But sadly, for me, it was too much. You ever watch Jerry Springer? You have these crazy losers sorry, not really nice but true up on stage, screaming at each other because one person slept with another person who has a baby with absolutely no idea who the father is.
Well, add drugs, extreme violence, rape and organized crime to the mix and you have Undeniable. I think most people who read this story will either give it a 1 star rating or a 5 star rating, I doubt there will be much in between. I was well on my way to a 5 star and then it all went to hell. So, why did I give the book 1 star? I absolutely do not like Eva as a heroine. I like to connect with a heroine, and I definitely have to agree with at least some of their decisions.
I actually do feel sorry for her being raised in the environment she was raised in. Not only do I dislike her for being a terrible mother, but I was so pissed at her when she gets raped by her almost-brother and then not only forgives him, but tells him she loves him and marries him. Who the hell does that? On top of that, she has no self-esteem. And for the life of me, I can't figure out why all the men love her. It's not just Eva, though. None of the characters in this book have a single redeeming quality between them.
I am glad about one thing, though. They deserve each other. View all 69 comments. Nov 01, Baba rated it really liked it Shelves: A tangled web of crazy. And you want it bad. Granted, curiosity got the better 3. Granted, curiosity got the better of me AND I was feeling kind of adventurous. That's the reason I wanted to read Undeniable in the first place. Additionally, I thought "Why not reading something a little bit out of my comfort zone?
That's usually not my cuppa. As a matter of fact, I think it's justified to stoop to a certain level now and then. Furthermore, I would like to encourage potential readers of Undeniable to read my spoilers. As far as I can judge it's very wise to be well-prepared before diving into this mess. Would you like me to show you a nice visual? What did you just say, Deuce? You can't remember anymore? Did I get that right?
Dude, that's not good…I'd suggest this: Get a grip, man! Go squat in a corner, you deserve it. Shame on you! Bad, bad Deuce. I have to tell you that I find it quite amazing who had sex with whom, how many times they did the deed without catching an STD. Condoms, anyone? I suppose tough biker dudes and bitches are immune to Aids and other STDs. The KA factor A little example: The more I read the more familiar sounded anything and everything of Undeniable.
The voice and writing is very, very KA. As it is, the only big difference is the violence and the fact that every character is pretty much f cked up.
While KA's asshole- ish heroes have redeeming qualities, I can hardly see that happening in Undeniable. I'm sorry, Deuce, but I tell it as I see it.
Hence, the truth hurts now and then. So, I'd say this whole mess didn't come as a shock. Then again, I really had to put all of my shortcomings and beliefs far away to be able to actually like your story. I'll be honest, I didn't enjoy it, I didn't love it either but I liked it quite a bit and I loved the ending.
Wow, I loved to see your vulnerable and softer side. Additionally, there is something very positive about this story: I'm a sucker for attractive older heroes. I know, I'm guilty as sin when I say that I want to see more of those older and very yummy heroes. It's raw, gritty and disturbing. Hence, it's a dark look at a lifestyle that is incredibly far away from my cushioned mainstream life.
Deuce, please read this paragraph: I was not going to cry. Just because he wasn't the man I'd thought he was didn't mean I was going to cry. It was my own fault, putting him on some kind of pedestal when in reality he was just another biker, who lies, cheats, and steals and who can't resist slutty club ass. Yup, I'm feelin' you, dude, you're pretty speechless right now, aren't you?
Nope, do not defend yourself! I gave you something to think about and let's leave it at that. One thing's for sure, our equal opportunities officer would have a field day with your story. Women are basically treated like s it. There's an excessive amount of crudity, foul language, cheating, degradation of women, violence etc.
And there is view spoiler [rape. It's true and there's no need to throw a fit. I'm honest when I say that I have my issues with certain characters, however, first and foremost I have issues with your queen of hearts. Eva is an odd one. She is hysterical to no end screaming, more screaming, lots of screaming, slapping, punching…you get the gist , kinda weak and needy. Yes, please, tell Eva to reel it in! In case you didn't know it yet, this book is filled with plenty of hysterical women…just saying.
Oh, before I forget it, your story is filled with plenty of men who can't keep their dicks in their pants either. Don't know what's worse, hysterical women or uber horny badass biker guys.
Imagine, instead of giving him the boot, she spent years with this sicko. You have to be seriously f cked up to do that. Yup, I really get it, this is another lifestyle, it's gang life, it's about committing crimes, and it's ugly, gritty and dark.
That said, I completely understand that someone who grew up with this lifestyle may think and act differently because their options are limited. But still… There are three different types of men in this world. There are weak men; men who run and hide when life slaps them in the ass. Then there are men; men who have a backbone yet occasionally, when life slaps them in the ass, will rely on others.
And then there are real men; men who don't cry or complain, who don't just have a backbone, they are the backbone. Men who make their own decisions and live with the consequences, who accept responsibility for their actions or words. Men who, when life slaps them in the ass, slap back and move on.
Men who live hard and die even harder. Now, let's talk about you being an a hole. Did you actually growl at me right now? Back off, you jerk! You said to Eva: I wish I never f ckin' touched you. Never f ckin' met you.
You've done nothin' but f ck with my life. Oh, excuse me, both of you did the very same. Oh, please, stop whining! That's pathetic. Poor Eva went into premature labor and almost died thanks to you. Sorry, I'm being sarcastic. You treated Eva like s it, left her alone because you had to f ck other whores yes, I got it you are NOT a one-woman man.
However, you knew that she was not only view spoiler [pregnant coz it was a high-risk pregnancy but on top of that, you didn't look after her.
Simply put, you completely forgot how much she meant to you. Do f cking right by her and man the f ck up! Poor Deuce. You thought when you were spending too much time with her you'd end up gluing her to your side. Again, clue in, you a hole, that's called love. Ever heard of that before? There are "things" happening in this story that made me think time and again "Some people are so slow on the uptake. You said you needed space and a clear head but what do you do, huh? Scary Deuce got s itfaced.
He'd f cking hurt his woman real bad. Ah, I see, a chastened hero; better late than never! It was disappointing as well as frustrating. Yes, I know, I have to deal with it. Ultimately that brought you to your knees: There wasn't a name powerful enough to describe what he was feeling, to convey what was happening inside of him. It was beyond words, surpassed all emotions. It was living death. In conclusion, Undeniable is a recommended read if you are able to handle f cked up characters, a crazy story, excessive cheating and swearing, violence and view spoiler [rape.
Deuce, fair warning, if you don't treat Eva like a queen, then I'll be back and you won't be enjoying what I'm going to do to you: View all comments. Nov 11, Dd rated it really liked it. I LOVE it! Readers be prepared for one hell of a ride. But feel free to scream,rant,rave, His name was Deuce.
He was my "why". And this is our story. It is not a pretty one. Someparts of it are downright ugly. But it's ours.
And because I believe everything happens for a reason,I wouldn't change a thing. She was practically raised by all of the gang members,spoilt a lot and of course can wrap them around her little fingers. He is the son of the earlier president of Hell's Horseman MC,and now himself is the president.
They are rival gangs. None of them will hesitate putting the other to ground. A momentary truce exists between them now. He is Deuce and she is Eva. This is their love story. Just not a romantic,flowery or dreamy one. This is a hard,bitter and raw one. First meeting-- Eva is five. Her father is in prison. She has come with uncle Joe to visit him. They tell her to go and grab a snack. And there,by the snack machines,shaking her butt and singing Summertime way out of tune,she meets him.
Deuce is twenty-three. The only difference,he hates his father. He has never known any kindness and love,until he meets her. And thus their journey began. Filled with pain, betrayal, sorrow, lust, jealousy, hypocrisy, And LOVE!! They meet again and again and again They love again and again and again They lose each other again and again and again But can she love the real man?
You wanna know what I see? Stupid if you ask me. Can he redeem himself once and for all? Or will it be too late? There are other people who want to tear them apart. Chase- Husband of Eva's best friend Kami. This manipulative sick bastard loves Eva. He wants her. And is ready to use every tactic to get Eva. Frankie- He too loves Eva. If he can't get her,no one else can. The author has very cleverly put these two people with their own definitions of love next to Deuce.
As a reader,I was forced to ask- What is love?? Is it what Chase and Frankie feel for Eva? What kind of love is so cruel? Love is never cruel. Then how is their love different from Deuce's love? He too cheats ,lies and hurts Eva. This is where all my questions were answered. So,readers,I cannot tell any more. For this is their story to tell. Yes some parts are downright ugly,some are insane But the end is beautiful. That,I assure you. He stuck out his hand. Name's Deuce sweetheart.
My old man here is Reaper. It was nice talkin' with ya. She smiled. The rest is fuckin' history. View all 98 comments. It grabbed me by the throat right at the beginning, dragged me through the story barely allowing me to breathe and threw me in a heap at the end twitching, barely lifeless. So, this is the story of Eva and Deuce and, unusually for contemporary romance, their story spans several decades. They first meet when Eva is 5 and Deuce is 23, both visiting their fathers in prison.
Right from the getgo, Eva is in love with Deuce and she has caught his eye. They meet sporadically over the years until Eva is 16, Deuce, 34 and they become intimate and he eventually takes her virginity at 18 — I mentioned the wrongness right?
It practically pulsates with an energy, a lifeforce of its own. Deuce behaves like a jerk to Eva for nearly all the book but true love is undeniable and, despite everything that goes down and boy does it go down, their feelings for one another completely outweigh time and everything that happens.
Deuce is such a badass and he is a jerk with a big old capital J — I hated the way he treated women, the way he spoke to them but yet still I LOVED him — what the heck is wrong with me?
This book also contains quite a few things that are normally like red flags to me when I'm reading, infidelity to name just one, but the compulsion to carry on with the story completely overcame my normal, set in stone, hang-ups. I will say that the editing was not up to par in this book — the typos jumped out at me thick and fast in the first half of the book. For more reviews, please visit Sinfully Sexy Book Blog This review is posted at My Secret Romance I cursed in the review.
You've been warned. Undeniable is rude, crude and uncut- and you can't get much better than that. I've always believed that things happen for a reason, and the prologue for this story just made me love it even more. Oh man This story What a wild ride! Holy Hot Damn did I freaking love this book! Good Lord was I was addicted to it!
I loved it and loved it some more!
I never wanted it to end. Talk about devouring a book in record time! This is the book I've been looking for for some time now. A few months ago, I asked a some friends if they have a book they could recommend that's similar to the song Love The Way You Lie Part 2. I wanted intense raw emotion, I wanted it to feel real, and I wanted it to be told like it is- no beating around the bush. Undeniable is that book. Now I need to get on my hands and knees and thank my friend, Rosalind, for telling me about it.
And I'm going to read it again. Like now. Oh Deuce. You are the Jerk of My Dreams. That's right. No one can hold a candle to you, buddy. You are what I look for in my reads- a total asshole alpha male from head to toe who you can't help but love.
And that's a good thing.
Deuce met Eva very early in her life. It was completely innocent when they met, trust me. It wasn't anything sexual, but as time progressed and Eva grew into a woman, she was woman who knew what she wanted.
It was just by chance, really, as fate would have it, that Deuce and Eva would find their way back to each other and many times over the course of nearly two decades. And fate can be a cruel bitch let me tell you! When they're together it's so damn good and at the same time it was so damn bad; it's fucked up really.
They've caused so much destruction in each others lives, it's something they have no control over. They have a connection that can't be broken, no matter what.
It takes a strong woman to be able to handle what Eva had to endure in her life, but it wasn't just with Deuce. Enter Frankie, a troubled boy Eva's father took in to care for. Her father, also known as "Preacher" basically the King of bikers, knew Frankie needed help, but he didn't know the depth of help he needed. It was sad. Eva and Frankie developed an attachment kind of relationship with each other quite early on.
For Eva it was purely platonic, but not for Frankie. Frankie loved Eva the moment she kept his nightmares and temper at bay. Frankie is a loose cannon. He's extremely possessive and has some attitude! He's a fucking lunatic and my heart went out to him. Frankie is the type who doesn't take no for any answer. He handled it from Eva for years until he could no longer take it anymore.
He took what he felt he was entitled to, and I was shocked. I was shocked because he loved Eva so much and to hurt her like he did I just couldn't believe it. Their love is a love that runs deep between them so I understand why Eva went through with it until the end when she found out some startling news.
I could not fucking believe the length Frankie went to to always have Eva by his side! It blew my mind! It wasn't just Deuce and Frankie who were part of Eva's life. Kami is the best friend anyone could ask for. That girl is so cool! He's smart and cunning and did what he had to do to get to Eva. It was ruthless but Eva became almost addicted to Chase and I could see why. I really enjoyed Chase's character a lot. He knew how to rattle Kami and Eva and the banter between them all was fun to watch.
Let's not forget about all the biker boys too. Never a dull moment with them! This book took me on a wild ride! One minute I'm high and the next I'm coming down hard. There were a few parts that had me feeling sad inside. I understand why things happened the way that they did, but it just hurt. There is a strong pull with all the characters of this book so when one thing happens it hits hard. I loved every single page of the story and was hooked from the moment I read the first line.
I couldn't get enough and I hope the author does more with the side characters of this story. The only issue that I really had with this book was that the children were there to witness so much. They watched and heard the heated arguments, the vile words and all that comes with having bikers around.
The reason why it was difficult for me is because the author didn't sugar coat those scenes at all. Not one bit. It's raw and it's real and I know because I grew up around bikers too. My father has been a biker long before I was born and the relationship between Deuce and Eva is eerily similar to my parents. There were loud fights, lit cigarettes being thrown, glass being broken on more than once occasion, and parties.
Madeline must've been exposed to this kind of life because I can't imagine someone would know this unless they've lived it. I think my issue is more of a personal one and would rather not read the scenes with the children since it brings back memories, but then again it wouldn't have been as realistic as it was. It's the life you're dealt and you have to learn to live with it and that's what Deuce and Eva did.
This book is one I won't ever forget. This book is easily one of the top favorite books I've read this year. All of my top books have been vastly different from each other yet all made such an impact on me.
I feel like I'm in a daze over it. Favorite lines- "Babe. View all 96 comments. Oct 25, Stacia the club rated it did not like it Recommended to Stacia the club by: My original review for the book stands in order to comply with GR policy. It pretty much said something about me trying to be objective. I promised that if I read Undeniable , I would be fair and objective as per dictionary. Yes, I had a bit of a bias going into this book.
Part of me still feels shady about even reading the book, since I wouldn't have done it if Undeniable hadn't been compared to Sons of Anarchy my favorite t. But I did cave and read the book, and I now I will give my thoughts.
There will be some mention of the graphic level of content in this book. I have written a fairly spoiler-free review in terms of plot, but have mentioned certain things that happen in the book which I think people might want to know about before picking it up so they can decide if they want to even read this such as the mention of rape scenes.
I can easily predict that if this book makes it big, there are two things which will happen in true Twilight, Fifty Shades of Grey, and Beautiful Disaster style: People will go crazy about the book, name it as one of their favorites, and recommend it to everyone they know. People will pick up the book, think it's the biggest piece of sexist, abusive crap, and will write scathing reviews.
So where do I stand? I'm right there in the middle. Because I understand that you can't profile a certain type of lifestyle without showing the gritty underlying truth, I wasn't personally offended by the fact that real-life issues came up in the story such as rape, cheating, degrading of women by calling names, etc. When you're dealing with club life, gang life, crime life, etc. It's easy to sit back from the outside and scream at the female that she's being idiotic for allowing herself to be used and abused, but we're looking at it from a place of knowing that there are other options.
I have the feeling that Undeniable will be hard for some people who might not find it easy to separate out their world view from someone else's world view. I also have the feeling that there might be people who will fully understand the concept of what is going on and could still rate this book low because some of the content isn't something that they'd want to read about.
It's probably safer not to read the book if you know the content won't be your thing, but I don't get to make that decision for anyone else. For pure story readability, this was an engaging book. It was gritty, dark, violent, sexy, and disturbing. If this were a movie or t. Not once was I bored. Even when things were happening that I didn't like, I was still fully into what was going on. As a cohesive book, my thoughts are mixed. There were errors everywhere.
Never have I seen such apostrophe abuse - I'm not sure why so many words which needed to be made plural had apostrophes added to them.
I also saw incorrect uses of words such as your and you're, as well as plenty of spelling errors. The excessive amount of swearing and crudeness didn't bother me given the subject matter, but I sort of sighed at how much of the book read like Kristen Ashley dialogue. I don't think there was any sort of copying or anything like that because I completely get that men who live a rougher style are going to speak in a more stilted manner Final thoughts: Entertaining story that went a little bat-shit crazy at times.
I think a few things went round and round to the point where they were beaten to death view spoiler [Deuce still being a jerkwad after they got together frustrated me in a way that it didn't when he was doing it beforehand hide spoiler ].
If my copy had some editing and a few areas reigned in at times, I might have gone slightly higher on the rating because Undeniable had me sucked into its web. I'd recommend this to people who can handle controversial subject matter and like it when true bad boys read: If you're looking for ultra-alpha males and lots of crazy, sexy time, you'll find it with this book.
And if you're a SoA fan, just picture Deuce as Jax hey, he had the shoulder length blonde hair! Nov 19, Ada rated it it was amazing Shelves: My first review EVAH!!!
I have no idea how I should do it, but here goes nothing… "Here's all you have to know about men and women: And the main reason the women are crazy is that men are stupid. Undeniable comes with a warning, then I'm all in. This book is rough, raw, gritty, dark, disturbing, intense, gruff, a total brain and heart haywire and most people say it's not recommended to everybody.
I may be mistaken, but I would most definitely recommend this to everyone. Fiction just got real, people! This is how life is rough, raw, disturbing, intense, etc.
I'm still trying to "reel it in" after the shock I got from the first sentence in the book. My facial expression was something like this: And throughout the book: Sweet Jesus mother Mary!!!! I knew I was going to give this a 5 star read in a nanosecond. Let me get this straight?!
Damn, woman, I think I'm having a major girl crush on you. Please let me take a moment to say: Born, raised in a MC and constantly surrounded by bickers lucky bitch: P And Eva around Deuce: And there's Deuce: And here's their story: There's a lot of crazy , fuckwads bickers, bitches and whores, old men and old ladies, and one spoiled brat, Kami, Eva's bestie, and Kami's husband, Chase.
This book was out of sunshine and rainbows, but damn me if I didn't laugh my ass off. The way the bickers talk to each other, the dialogue between Deuce and Eva and I'm personally in love with Cox and Ripper.
I have never read the F word so many times in a single book, but goddammit I loved every billionth time I read it. Enter, Frankie: I might be the same kind of crazy as he is, cause I loved him, too. I loved all the characters, all were so well written And more crazy It kind of was what happened to Deuce and Eva, but not really. Do I make any sense? Then you need to read it.
I have so many wonderful, amazing words to say about this outstanding book, but I don't want to ruin it. Here's when I fell hopelessly in love with Deuce and I think I will again and again, because I'm going to read this book till every fuckin' word is imprinted in my not-so-sane brain: It was a fuckin' woman who carried you around in her fuckin' body, fuckin' birthed you and fuckin' loved you, and it's gonna be a woman who keeps you warm at night, who lets you inside her body and it's gonna be a woman who carries around your fuckin' children.
You fuckin' respect that, you feel me? Deuce - "Gonna make some boy happier than a pig in shit. Madeline Sheehan, you freakin' rock Best fucked up love story and I loved it View all 64 comments. Dec 08, Ana O rated it did not like it Shelves: An old review, reposted. These characters seem to have walked straight out of The Jerry Springer Show. I have no respect for people who cheat on thei An old review, reposted.
I have no respect for people who cheat on their partners. A baffling amount of authors don't understand how relationships work. Long story short, Deuce is a douche and Eva is a doormat. I mean, look at this.
My heart felt near bursting. I was absolutely done for. This man owned me, body and soul, and everything in between. Got grown ass kids and gray fuckin' hair. Spent too much time married to a bitch I couldn't stand, too much time beatin' myself up for wishin' I was balls deep in a bitch eighteen years younger than me. This book traumatized me. I might even despise them more than I despise historical romances.
View all 21 comments. This book GOD words fail me. Okay, so here I go trying to actually put into words my dying love for Eva and Deuce. I mean in all honesty the synopsis is awful but I love it when a book comes with a warning sign because then I feel the need to pick it up immediately.
Yes, I know that makes me twisted but twisted, dark and sinful books call to me. I am a hopeless romantic and am drawn to messed up love stories because I always believe in the theory that love can conquer all. Deuce and Eva's love can definitely conquer all! Deuce meets Eva when she is 5 years old and he is Eva is on her way to see her daddy "Preacher" who is serving a 5 yr sentence on Rikers island. Eva is the sweetest kid around, she's friendly and when she see's Deuce she immediately takes a liking to him and insist on meeting Deuces dad who is also serving a sentence on Rikers island.
They meet again when Eva is 12 and then again when she is At sixteen things heat up a little bit, it's nothing crazy but they do heat up. The real action begins when Eva is 18 and the story that ensues is incredible. His lips brushed against my cheek. I have never read an alpha male as hot as him. I think that's what makes him so delicious. He is possessive and protective and the president of his MC. He has womanizing issues and screws anything with legs but has a soft heart that just makes you want to wrap him up in your arms and devour him.
His fierce attraction and love for Eva make him completely swoon-worthy. He is FAR from perfect though and has to learn how to love her the right way. Want you on my bike and in my bed.
Want my kid's inside you. Want you by my side babe for as long as I got left. View all 51 comments. Reader discretion is advised. Cunning Raw and Untouchable. This is not your average love story Eva met the love of her life at the age of five. He was twenty-three. She is the daughter of a MC Presid. She is the daughter of a MC President. He is the son of a MC president. She is a Silver Demon. He is a Hell's Horseman. No, this is not a paranormal book.
MC stands for motorcycle club. Silver Demon and Hell's Horseman are the names of two rival gangs of criminals who go by their on set of rules. So you promise me, no matter what you see, no matter what sort of fucked up shit happens to you. They both have a connection it is in no way, shape or form sexual. It was more like kindred spirits connecting. Through out her life the years pass and they have run in's with one another.
When she is sixteen he no longer sees the skinny little girl she once was. He sees a girl becoming a woman. When Eva is eighteen he desires the woman he sees, he wants the woman he sees, he takes the woman that he sees. His nostrils flared and his eyes darkened with hunger. I knew this look. Deuce was hungry. I was food. I loved that look. It made me feel beautiful, powerful and utterly feminine. I sucked in air through my nose willing myself to stay put when I wanted nothing more than to run to him, strip him naked and fuck him blind.
Some good, some bad. In the end all they have is LOVE. He filled with primal male satisfaction. She wanted him.
Her, a fucking angel in a mess of demons, wanted him, one of the biggest fucking demons he knew. The author kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. It was everything I needed and wanted in a book.
It was raw, intense, edgy and emotional. I could tell the author was unafraid to take risk with her characters and push their limits.
I found the characters to be very well developed, we felt their emotions and understood their actions. Whether we liked them or not. I fell in love with a lot of the secondary characters too especially Cox and Kami.
I loved her. Flaws and all. Kami- Was another character I absolutely loved she is Eva's best friend and was a hilarious ball of fire. My dad is a rich asshole who is making me marry another rich asshole.
I have three months left before I become a proper little Jackie O and have to start fucking my staff just so I can get off. All masculine all alpha no in between. If you are with him, what he says goes. He messed up and I forgave him every damn time. I coined him untouchable because the guy reminded me of a lion roaming the jungle like he owned it, knowing that no one would dare touch him.
Eva could though He loved Eva and he was obsessive and possessive with her. She was like his anchor, she could tame his beast. Or could she??? The guy was manipulative. He was patient and knew when to strike to get what he wanted. He was also an asshole. I hated and empathized for both him and Frankie. Bravo to the author for bringing out those feelings in me. Loved, loved, loved, loved… I loved Deuce. There's blood all over you.
Gotta keep fuckin' you to remind you where you belong, I got no problem with it. Read it! Now go forth and read then come tell us about it on Goodreads! The hero and the heroine both have relations with other people.
This book also has two rape scenes though they are not graphic. View all 77 comments. Jan 03, Marina rated it really liked it Shelves: Yesterday was just another ordinary day.
There I was looking for my next read. As I was scanning my tbr pile, I stumbled across this one and thought: So I decided to embark on another motorcycle dude story. Everything started beautifully. The first couple of chapters were absolutely captivating and about the reviews I read I thought: Unfortunately that's when: Ok, let's take a moment here and discuss the idiots main characters in the book.
I'm sorry man, but when you want, crave, lust, Yesterday was just another ordinary day. You do not try to trap her in a cage she desperately wants out. You do not treat her like a piece of furniture, just because deep down you wish you had even a tiny bit of the vitality and innocence she had before it all went to hell.
You do not wait for 12 years to realize that for her you are the world. I don't even know where to begin. I didn't know if I should ask myself: The girl started out perfectly. Everything, from her state of mind, character, attitude towards others and personality, was very straightforward and to the point.