on December 15, 2017
Genres: Post-Apocalyptic, Reverse Harem, Young Adult
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Josiah Stonewell dug his hands into the filthiest parts of my soul and molded a perfect little Walker. I don’t know the exact moment I fell in love with him, but I do know that if anyone found out about our lingering stares, it would end his political career.
Josiah’s unexpected engagement has me squinting down the barrel of heartbreak, and to make matters worse; I find myself traded to Cyler Black and his leadership council in a distant Providence.
Soon, Cyler and his team of passionate leaders start to feel like family, and I'm promised freedoms I never imagined were possible; But Josiah’s not through with me yet, and war is on the horizon. Can I find happiness in my new home? Or will Josiah finally choose me?
This is a slow-burn reverse harem romance and the first book in the series.
Sigh! I have heard such great things about this series, I was so excited that it won until I realized that it was YA. I love young adult but not in my reverse harem. Like not even a little bit, that wasn’t the only reason I didn’t like it.
- I was so lost on the world. Like it wasn’t really explained. It was like the place Ashleigh was working for reminded me of a Victorian manor but in my head it was empty because no details are given about it. When they venture out I had no idea what was going on, they got into a car and it had skyscrapers. The worlds didn’t mesh well and it totally confused me.
- What is a Walker? NO FREAKIN idea, they never explained what it was. It was like the author might have known but we didn’t. Here is what I got from it, people that are immune to the virus…wouldn’t that mean everyone else is immune too? The Walkers were the workers and treated like crap but I don’t know why.
- Josiah was an ASSHOLE! I didn’t like him at all. All Ashleigh did was pine over it, it was immature and irritating.
- Cyler didn’t make any sense. I don’t know if I like him or not, he seemed confused by the walker thing, probably wasn’t explained to him either, and the attraction to Ashleigh and his advances made it seem like he knew her before he got there. It just didn’t make sense to me.
I honestly didn’t find anything I liked about this book so at 40% I put it down. I love YA Fantasy or even Post apocalypse but not in my reverse harem. I like my RH, naughty with a great story and naughty (did I mention that?). This book was just not for me. I suggest you try it yourself if you want because you might not have issues with what I did or maybe I just didn’t get it like others did because it really does have a lot of people raving about it.
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