- Tapa blanda: 464 páginas
- Editor: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (27 de abril de 2014)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1499291019
- ISBN-13: 978-1499291018
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº176.241 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
It Ain't Me, Babe (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 27 abr 2014
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Sinning never felt so good… A fortuitous encounter. A meeting that should never have happened. Many years ago, two children from completely different worlds forged a connection, a fateful connection, an unbreakable bond that would change their lives forever… Salome knows only one way to live—under Prophet David’s rule. In the commune she calls home, Salome knows nothing of life beyond her strict faith, nor of life beyond the Fence—the fence that cages her, keeps her trapped in an endless cycle of misery. A life she believes she is destined to always lead, until a horrific event sets her free. Fleeing the absolute safety of all she has ever known, Salome is thrust into the world outside, a frightening world full of uncertainty and sin; into the protective arms of a person she believed she would never see again. River ‘Styx’ Nash knows one thing for certain in life—he was born and bred to wear a cut. Raised in a turbulent world of sex, Harleys, and drugs, Styx, unexpectedly has the heavy burden of the Hades Hangmen gavel thrust upon him, and all at the ripe old age of twenty-six—much to his rivals’ delight. Haunted by a crushing speech impediment, Styx quickly learns to deal with his haters. Powerful fists, an iron jaw and the skillful use of his treasured German blade has earned him a fearsome reputation as a man not to be messed with in the shadowy world of outlaw MC’s. A reputation that successfully keeps most people far, far away. Styx has one rule in life—never let anyone get too close. It’s a plan that he has stuck to for years, that is, until a young woman is found injured on his lot… a woman who looks uncannily familiar, a woman who clearly does not belong in his world, yet a woman he feels reluctant to let go… Dark Contemporary Romance/New Adult Novel. Contains sexual situations, violence, sensitive and taboo subjects, offensive language and mature topics. Recommended for age 18 years and up*
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Let me first say that Tillie did a fantastic job writing about some very unpleasant things. Some scenes in the book were very hard to read and I did skim through it because it was too much and too real. This topic needs to be heard because there are a lot of cults who believes and practice these situations.
Back to the story, Mae’s character. I knew she would be naïve to a lot of things because of her teachings. With that being said she annoyed me from the middle of the book and on. In the beginning, I loved her character. I loved her newness to the world and how she viewed things. She was very tender and caring, but her actions and words barley agreed with eachother. I get that Stynx basically pushed Mae into Rider’s arms. Their friendship was new and maybe the friendship with Rider was what Mae needed at that moment. What annoyed me was the fact that Mae picked Rider over Stynx every single time. When Stynx and Mae became official she still put Rider first. When Stynx was beaten to death and Mae offered to bath and take care of him Rider basically went all alpha and said no and ran out, so what does Mae do, she runs after him! Seriously! The man you so call loved needs you and you went to Rider who was having a hissy fit because his feelings are hurt – unbelievable! Then! Rider basically have some chic tending to his “needs” Mae flips out and demands she leaves and then she lets Rider kiss her and begs him not to leave! I couldn’t with Mae at that point. Then the cherry on top is when we find out who Rider really is and he does the unthinkable to Mae and Stynx because he couldn’t have her. He literally hands back Mae to her abusers and what does Mae do when a war breaks out? A war that Stynx declared to get Mae back? A war that Rider started because he threw a hissy fit? She lets Rider escape because he killed one of the cult’s abusers, but lets be real he killed him to protect himself. Rider begs Mae to leave with him and instead of being disgusted of his true identity and what he did to her she forgives him and lets him escape so Stynx can’t kill him! She wanted him to have peace! Really! Here’s the kicker, when Stynx freaked out and ran from Mae before they became intimate he was approached by the club’s slut. Stynx did not touch her or anything, Mae sees this and runs. She did not talk to Stynx for a WEEK. Rider lies about his identity, talked down to her, hands her back to her abusers, takes her sisters away as insurance that she will marry the prophet and she forgives him in 5 seconds – not exaggerating. At this point, I do not know why Rider and Mae weren’t a couple. I honestly believe if Rider would of kept his identity to himself and continued to push Mae she would probably be with him. Mae’s actions killed this book for me plain and simple. Everything was about Rider’s feelings and never Sytnx’s who she claims to love and is her soulmate – yeah okay. I think Ky’s comment to Mae telling her if she considered Stynx’s feelings over Rider’s you wouldn’t be in the mess. Well said Ky!
Stynx, I loved his character. Loved his disability. Loved him in general. He saved the book for me. Granted, he was a prick to Mae at times, but I felt he had a legit reason. He was rough around the edges but cared deeply for Mae. I just wished Mae was deserving of his affection. I wished Lois lived so he could be with her, honestly, Lois actually loved him.
Overall, the story was good, but Mae’s character killed the book for me. There is no redemption for Rider’s character, but from the looks of it he will get his own book, which I will not read.
I am having a hard time putting into words how beautifully, twisted and breathtaking this story is. It will rip every emotion you have and then when you think it can't possibly get better, it does.
Styx . . . . oh lord, how I love Styx.
The truly rough, raw and god damn perfect biker with a pure heart when it comes to his love and loyalty to his club and his old lady.
Dubbed The Hangman Mute due to his inability to speak from sever stutters, Styx was always been destined to lead the mother chapter of Hades Hangman MC and has earned a lot of respect from the brothers for his ruthless ways.
Styx has never been able to talk to anyone other than his father, his best friend Ky, and the girl with wolf eyes he met by the fence in an isolated dumping ground as a child. The black haired girl with wolf eyes sitting by the tree crying, the first girl he ever kissed.
The one they all think he dreamed up.
Mae, aka Salome, is nothing like anyone you have ever known.
Born in a religious commune where she and her sisters have been locked away from the outside world and brainwashed into believing they are "cursed" because of their beauty, that they are temptresses and from the age of 8 years old have been repeatedly and violently raped in what they call "the Lord's sharing".
It was proclaimed that Mae will be the salvation of their people by marrying Prophet David on her 23rd birthday, something Mae is terrified about. Mae's life has been one huge nightmare after another and after finding her blood sister near death on her 23rd birthday, Mae knew she needed to escape.
When Mae rocks up at bloodied and badly hurt at the Hades Hangman compound, Styx can hardly believe his eyes, his wolf-eyed girl has finally come back to him, now he needs to protect her and keep her safe from unknown enemies that are closer to home than he knows.
Ok, so let's just take a moment here to bask in all this.
Styx is one hardened mother #fucker who has no qualms with murder and violence when it comes to protecting what's his. But with Mae, damn he is perfect, gentle, but still the demanding man we know and they just . . . . fit.
Mae is beyond strong, my heart broke for all this girl has gone through but she is one #badass woman in her own right, who survived the hell of the commune and fights for her HEA.
Their road is nowhere near smooth, they have so much to overcome. Styx finds it hard to let go of what he learns Mae has had to endure in her short life, and Mae has finally found her voice, her freedom and her only love, something she won't give up without a fight.
And let's not forget the other MC brothers. *fans face*
I think I fell a little for all of them, Rider too (even though I also want to hand him over to Flame and watch that bloodbath unfold). I mean these men are all so different, but all have the same love and loyalty for their brothers and their club.
I seriously want to just skip in Flame's story, yep one of the psycho trio's. That man is beyond #fucked up but I am so damn intrigue with him. But, first, Ky is up!