Ruckus by L.J. Shen
Sinners of Saint #2
Release Date: May 23, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
They say that life is a beautiful lie and death a painful truth. They’re right. No one has ever made me feel more alive than the guy who serves as a constant reminder that my clock is ticking.
He is my forbidden, shiny apple. The striking fallacy to my blunt, raw, truth. He is also my sister’s ex-boyfriend. One thing you should know before you judge me; I saw him first. I craved him first. I loved him first.
Eleven years later, he waltzes into my life, demanding a second chance. Dean Cole wants to be my bronze horseman. But my clock is ticking. See, I’m not like the rest. I have an illness. Sometimes I conquer it. Sometimes it conquers me.
My white knight has finally arrived. Hopefully, he isn’t too late
|Ok not going to lie, after Vicious I had super high expectations for Ruckus. But to be totally honest the first half of the book Dean was not my cup of tea.
I’m not too sure what it was exactly but something about him just didn’t made me feel fond of him. Maybe it was all of the rehashing of last events between him and Emilia but it took like the last half of the book to feel like I connected/got him. When we finally get to see more of who Dean Cole actually is.
And yes even though I didn’t like him at first he did grow on me. Especially with how caring for Rosie he was. That poor girl literally deserves it all. She was so caring and sweet, she deserved so much better than what life threw at her. Thankfully Dean was there to do all the right things by her. I was happy they both found and fought for each other! Overall I did enjoy this one and I cannot wait to start Trents book next.
My Rating: 4/5 Stars
Sinners of Saints Series
L.J. Shen is an International #1 best-selling author of Contemporary Romance and New Adult novels. She lives in Northern California with her husband, young son and chubby cat.Before she’d settled down, L.J. (who thinks referring to herself in the third person is really silly, by the way) traveled the world, and collected friends from all across the globe. Friends who’d be happy to report that she is a rubbish companion, always forgets people’s’ birthdays and never sends Christmas cards.She enjoys the simple things in life, like spending time with her family and friends, reading, HBO, Netflix and internet-stalking Stephen James. She reads between three to five books a week and firmly believes Crocs shoes and mullets should be outlawed.