Havoc by Debra Anastasia
on April 5th, 2018
Genres: Dark, Romance
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I named myself. I took the word Animal out of their mouths, wore it like a badge of honor then shoved it down their throats. I’ve fought for what I have. I see you coming, before you even know you want a piece of me. In a city riddled with warring families, I’ll rise up between them. My people, the broken souls I gather will have power by the time I’m done with them.
I protect mine.
Him. My brother, Nix.
Her. The girl that is the only home I’ve ever had. She knows me.
I’m coming at you, Sweetness. Stay ready.
“Love was pain where I was from. And I was in so much love I wanted to die.”
I haven’t read the first book in this series so I can’t speak for the “other” Animal that a few other reviews have mentioned. I only just met him in this book. For the most I think he was the only thing I liked about this book. The story had several holes and other things that left me a bit confused. I think the biggest thing that is affecting me rating this higher is the female lead. She was waaay to doormat for my liking, she took so much more than I would have expected her too, she never connected to me as a reader. I didn’t mind him so much though, I mean several things he did really pissed me off but other than that he was so so. I don’t understand the detailed sex scenes between the other woman. The fact that he did that wasn’t the part the bothered me it was the fact that we had to live through pages of him doing it. Typically we are told the guy did something and that’s it. I agree with that way of doing it. I don’t feel the guys cheat on the female lead when something happens before they are even together or even if they are split up. I mean come on let’s be honest here, it ISN’T cheating just because you don’t agree with it. What bothered me about this instant was that we had to see it played out over and over again but the chick I’m suppose to be rooting for didn’t get anything till like 85%. How am I suppose to want them to be together or root for them when I don’t see any “moments” or whatever till the last 20% of the book. I don’t mind her writing or any of that it’s just this story that was a nope for me.
“My ghost. My angel. My warrior. My T.”