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Lissa's Review: Riot (Mayhem #2) by Jamie Shaw


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PUBLISHER: HarperAudio

NARRATOR: Arielle DeLisle & Kirby Heyborne

RELEASED: February 10, 2015

GENRE: CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE, NEW ADULT

LENGTH: 7 hours and 29 minutes

FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK, AUDIBLE

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When Dee Dawson meets sexy mohawked guitarist Joel Gibbon, she knows it won’t be long before she has him wrapped around her finger. No guy has ever been able to resist her… but Dee’s met her match in a player like Joel. Dee’s not the relationship type—not after seeing the pain “love” has caused her friends and family—yet she’s desperate to make Joel want her more than anyone else. He quickly becomes an obsession, and when a reckless attempt to make him jealous ends in disaster, Dee turns into the damsel in distress she never wanted to be. With her carefree world crashing down around her, the last thing she needs is Joel’s pity. But Joel is suddenly determined to prove he cares, and no matter how hard Dee tries to push him away, he refuses to let her shut him out. Now the girl who swore she’d never say those three little words must choose between guarding her heart and losing Joel forever… or falling head-over-heels for the tattooed rock star of her dreams.

FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS

Riot is one of those stories that grips your whole heart. Feeling the burn every time they are about to feel that incredible feeling. But are unwilling to give in to those feelings that are so desperately trying to crawl their way out. Dee is a complicated character, she’s dealt with a lot in her childhood, and it made her, who she is today. She’s been very adamant that she is not willing to just give her heart to a boy and have it break. So terrified of that, she is just sleeping with whomever, to fill that little hole. Joel, on the other hand, has never been love. He’s also had a troubled childhood, with a mother who was selfish. So he hasn’t felt that love either. Riot isn’t an easy romance; it’s messy. But just like some of the most significant romance novels. It’s not cookie cutter. You don’t know how many times I yelled at Dee in my car; I probably looked like a crazy person. But I loved this book so much, and when you hear the words straight of Joel’s mouth, it’s heart melting. Overall, I give this Five Boundless Stars


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