Monday, January 1, 2018

[Review] Dignity, by: Jay Crownover

The Breaking Point #2


by: Jay Crownover
Publication Date: October 17th, 2017
Read Date: January 1st, 2018
Genre: Contemporary Romance, New Adult
Format: Kindle Edition
Pages: 294


Looks can be deceiving.
I knew that most people took one look at the ink and the impossibly big and strong body it covered and decided I was a brawler…a bruiser…a beast. However, I was hardwired to be a thinker, not a fighter.
I should have chosen to use my brain and talents to be one of the good guys, a hero, a man with dignity and worth.
I turned my back on dignity and sold my soul to the highest bidder, deciding to dance with the devil, instead.
I couldn’t figure out how to help myself, so there was zero chance I knew how to save someone else.
That someone else was Noe Lee. She was the unkempt, unruly thief who was just as smart as I was and twice as street savvy. She was annoyingly adorable beneath the dirt and grime, and she was in trouble. In way over her head, I told myself it wasn’t my job to keep her from drowning. In the Point, it was sink or swim, and I wasn’t the designated lifeguard on duty.
I shut the door in her face, but now she’s gone…vanished…disappeared without a trace. It took less than a second for me to realize that I wanted her back.
When a woman comes along that melts all the frozen, hard things you’re made of; you’ll do anything you have to, to bring her home.
What you see is not always what you get…and with a man like me, what you get is more than anyone ever bargained for.

my rate

Bad boys cannot be more good than these boys from the Point, I swear. Whenever I read about them, the more I fall in love with them. This time it was our precious smart boy, Snowden Stark. Hackers always intrigued me, because they have all the power in their fingers.

I was very frustrated that the story was short, but no matter, it was good. I went right in, without any refreshment of the sort (been a while since a read a Point book) and everything click in the first pages. The whole Snow/Noe romance story was super cute and romantic, but I was more frustrated for the story that has yet to come out and you could see it in the backgroung this book. I hated to be teased so much. Going back to Snow and Noe, I loved how their backgrounds matched and how one made the balance for the other.

Jay Crowonver always does a good job writting her stories. They hook you up and when you most like them, they finish, so this book is not an exception. But I enjoyed it while it last and you should too. The Point boys are worth to fall for, so read them. My fave still between Bax and Nassir, so let's see what the next book will bring.

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