My rating: 5 of 5 stars
5 *OMG! I want to throw my Kindle* StarsWriting: ★★★★★
Overall Rating - 4.6
This book, just like the author warned, made me want to take my Kindle, smash it against the closest wall and watch it dissolve into tiny fragments that matched the pain in my heart.
Of course I didn't do that. I love my Kindle too much, and like it or not, I just HAD to keep reading to find out what Jameson, Tara, Sanders, Nick, and Ang would get up to next!
Things were not good for Jameson and Tara from the get go. No matter how much Tara tried to convince everyone around her, and herself, that everything was fine. Jameson knew. Sanders knew. Ang knew. Nick... he was just clueless! There was just something *off* with Tara.
Reparation is about revenge. And Love. Broken trust. Trust regained.
He had branded himself onto her soul. Like it or not, he was a part of her, and she was a part of him.
Jameson was the devil. Ang was disrespectful. Ellie was a bitch. When did it get to be Tatum's turn?
Yes, but what are you after you've alienated everyone, hmmm? What kind of creature then?
The one thing I want to say about this entire series is that it was funny. Really funny, in parts. Heartbreaking in others. But the interaction between Tate and the men in this story, some really funny stuff! When Tate is baiting Jameson, when he's ready to kill her because of her mouth, those were the scenes that, at times, made me laugh out loud. There were also times that I totally agreed with Jameson. I wanted to look at Tate and say...
There are a couple of things that kept this book at a 4.6 (rounded up to 5) star rating. There was a time, in the beginning of Reparation, that I struggled. It seemed to be the same thing over and over with Tate. I got tired of her whining. I wanted to put *my* hands around her throat and squeeze, and not for fun times. I wanted to slap her to wake her up. At that point, I felt that this could have been a 2 book series.
I also felt that at times, Tate was a bit *too* immature. Jumping up and down on Jameson's bed like she was 12 instead of, (around 25ish). The silly clothes that she wore, even out in public. I felt all of those things were for shock effect, and it really didn't work for me when it came to the 3rd book in this series.
But, like all great books, the book worked it's way out of that slump and picked up and I was back on the Jameson-Tate-Sanders-Ang-Nick train again, even when Tate was acting a bit immature. So, if you feel like I did, stick with it, it's MORE than worth it!
And keep a firm hand on your Kindle!
'Cause you don't want to miss the end... and you *certainly* don't want to miss Completion!
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