Saturday, February 15, 2014

A Twisted #REVIEW @KARobinsonAutho

Twisted (Torn #2) by K.A. Robinson was even more destructive than Torn. What these two young people go through and survive changes them.

***New York Times Best Seller***

Chloe and Drake have found their happily ever after... Almost. When Chloe's mother comes back into her life with a bang, it sets off a chain of events no one could have ever expected. Everyone has their demons, and Chloe and Drake's hit them with a vengence. Sex, drugs, money, a crazy ex, and Rock n Roll.... Can they survive it all? Things are beginning to feel a bit... Twisted.

REVIEW: I finished Torn and just wasn't in love with the characters as so many other readers were but still wanted to read the next book. That tells me the author crafted good characters that connected with readers. I cared enough to want to know what happened next. To be more accurate, I should say what didn't happen next. Good grief! The author threw in a lot of pitfalls for Chloe and Drake - maybe too many. The book could've focused in one even just one or two of the issues and still been enough. Still, their journey was interesting and the author created both characters for readers to love and to hate.

Written in both main characters' POV, the scene flowed one to the next fueled by angst and suspicions of what was to come. The plot moved quickly and the author's dialogue style was authentic making the characters that much more believable. With the complexities of the story, the ending came together and was satisfying - though I would've had him groveling a hell of a lot more!

RATING: 3 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
This book was given to us through NetGalley. Many thanks.
 
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