Main Characters: Johanna Walker, Cameron McCabe

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“I love you… So much I want to kill you sometimes.”

Review

Ever since Johanna was introduced in the first book, I wasn’t a fan of her already. She was described as a misunderstood gold digger. Well, there is nothing misunderstood about a gold digger. At least, not for me. You either relied on your partner to give you things or you worked on those things yourself.

Fine. She had a worthless, non-functioning alcoholic mother. Fine. She could not report her mother because social services will surely take Cole away, and since she wasn’t really a spectacular character, she could never be granted custody of him.

I’m sorry, but those are just excuses. There are so many people who’ve had worse, and have come out on top. Jo just oozed with her “woe-is-me” attitude, I did not enjoy it at all.

At least, Cam was a straight forward trustworthy kind of guy. I actually feel like she did not deserve him at all. I kind of mean that too. He was so steady. He had issues, sure, but he knew how to work them out without being a drama queen.

The only other thing I liked in this book was Cole. How could such a young boy be so mature? Oh yeah, life deals you the bad cards and forces you to grow up fast. I think he was more mature than Jo at times.

I’m going to give this book three red hearts. I wasn’t really that into the story, but there were more than a few parts that I thoroughly liked, so all in all, I still quite liked the book.

 

 

“Some people are born with family, and others have to make family.”

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“You know, the world will always try to make you into who it wants you to be. People, time, events, they’ll all try to carve away at you and make you think you don’t know who you are. But it doesn’t matter who they try to make you, or what name they try to give you. If you stay true, you can chip off all their machinations and you’re still you underneath it all.”

 

 

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