Monday, February 9, 2015

Monster Stepbrother by Harlow Grace - Review & $25.00 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway


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Title: Monster Stepbrother
Author: Harlow Grace
Release Date:  February 9, 2015

SYNOPSIS
His dark obsession runs deep.

How does a girl go from being her Daddy’s precious baby doll to feeling like a filthy whore?
Easy really. When my father remarries it changes the course of my life and everything becomes . . . complicated.

My new stepbrother is a monster who hates me. Unapologetic, controlling and brazen he’s intent on making my life a living hell. Blackmails me into doing things I never thought I’d do. Illicit things.

Oliver King makes the rules. He f*cks me whenever he wants. How he wants. Where he wants.
My head screams this is wrong, yet I can't resist giving in to forbidden desires.
I’m his possession, his toy — his ultimate pleasure.
He’s never letting me go. I’m his dark obsession.

My dirty addiction to my stepbrother grows to a dangerous level. Am I sick to crave more from the man who has made me his slut? Or should I escape and run as far away as possible?

My name is Maya Childs and this is my story.

Dark erotic novel that contains sensitive subject matter that may make readers uncomfortable. Not appropriate for readers under 18. Contains explicit language and descriptions of sexual situations and violence.



Review of Monster Stepbrother
Monster StepbrotherMonster Stepbrother by Harlow Grace
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Title:  Monster Stepbrother
Author: Harlow Grace
Series: Standalone/no cliffhanger
Release Date: February 9, 2015
Rating: 3.50 - 4.00 stars
Spoiler-free review

Maya & Oliver’s story is the ultimate dysfunctional family drama.  I’m not going to try and fully try and sum up this hot mess of a love story.  Oliver hated himself for loving his little hot stepsister, and he didn’t want history to repeat itself (you will understand after reading).  Oliver thought he was the devil, and he had every intention of going down in flames. Maya…Oy.  She is a beautiful disaster in love with her abusive and twisted stepbrother. He is nothing but EVIL to her, and she can’t get enough of him. This taboo love story was a hot and dirty.  Overall, this book was written well.  Harlow made you feel all of the anguish and self-hate/worth issues the characters were experiencing.  Did I like Oliver or Maya? Not so much.  It all makes sense in the end.  Oy.

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AUTHOR BIO
Harlow Grace has tried many things in her life but writing has always been and still remains her passion.  She loves to create characters in need of redemption and her stories are mostly all dark romance but then again, she likes to mix things up so don't be surprised if she publishes a sweet romance every now and then.  When she's not writing or reading, Harlow is plotting and planning her next adventure or dreaming of lazy days in the sun with a good book in one hand and a cocktail in the other.

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1 comment:

  1. I love your reviews! They are frequently at least as entertaining as the books themselves, if not more so. I haven't decided yet if I want to read this book, but any review that requires the use of the word oy twice will make me take a second look. No other word says quite so much with so few letters.

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