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He'll let no one stand in our way, will allow no one to threaten me, and maybe this is what scares me most of all What will my rogue do to keep me?
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Showing Rating details. Sort order. It has been quite a while since I read any of the earlier books in this series, so I was worried that the details would be hazy. Fortunately, everything that I needed to know came back to me without having to go back and re-read any of the earlier books. Since this book focuses on the story of Brooke's best friend, Melanie, versus continuing the story of Remy and Brooke, it could probably even be read as a stand-alone.
Having read the earlier books was helpful, in that it provided some backgroun It has been quite a while since I read any of the earlier books in this series, so I was worried that the details would be hazy. Having read the earlier books was helpful, in that it provided some background, but not necessary to enjoy this book.
Melanie meets Greyson one rainy day and the two immediately hit it off. Unbeknownst to Melanie, Greyson has had his eye on her for quite some time, and not with the purest of intentions. Their chance meeting throws both their world into a tailspin. As a couple, these two seem doomed from the start. They're both keeping some pretty big secrets from each other. Despite their attraction, I was holding my breath for the greater part of the book, waiting for things to fall apart.
One thing that really surprised me with this book was the way that Ms. Evans was able to endear Melanie to readers. She wasn't the most likable character in earlier books. Looking for love in all the wrong places, she was also sleeping her way through the male population of Washington. Yet, despite her flaws, Ms. Evans was able to make her appealing to readers. Although the storyline was predictable, it was well-written and enjoyable. I liked the characters and the story held my interest.
The narration was great on the Audible version as well. I give it 4 stars. It was fun. It was sexy. It was a good choice.
View all 25 comments. Aug 01, Lady Vigilante Feifei rated it liked it Shelves: As the ratings above show, I really liked both main characters, there were plenty of steamy scenes, the story was a bit mediocre, and the writing and editing was a dismal failure.
Nevertheless, this book was a huge improvement compared to the first three books in the series 3 stars!
Can be read as a standalone. A hopeless romantic and dreamer, Melanie is forever cheerful, bubbly, and positive. No one would guess that behind her smile and laughter lays a layer of insecurity and vulnerability. On a night like any other, what was supposed to be a casual night out takes a wild turn and she crosses paths with Greyson. On the same night Melanie is out, Greyson rescues her from an unsavory situation and their attraction is immediate. Their connection crackles with lust and they proceed to have a filthy, hot, and sensual night.
It is rare for me to love both main characters but Katy Evans managed to accomplish that feat here. I read about so many tough and kickass heroines that Melanie was such a breath of fresh air. Though the complete opposite, Greyson was also a lovable character.
All the time Underground cut off his freedom to live and experience life, and being with Melanie makes him feel relaxed, free, and hopeful. The likable characters are a bonus but there are still plot holes present, though not important enough to break the book flow.
Usually I can overlook both facts if the story is good, but in this case, the story is pretty mediocre. Sadly, that was not the case here. Writing style: First, what is up with all the CAPS? Using CAPS too many times for emphasis is just overkill and every time I saw a word or phrase, or an entire sentence all capitalized I wanted to tear my hair out.
To me, this is bad and lazy storytelling. Lastly, this author likes to hyperbolize her words — exaggerates them — to the infinite degree see what I did there? Grammatical errors: Comma misuse, run-on sentences, repetitive word use, etc… are all present. Replace with semi-colon. Both parts are complete sentences, albeit one is telegraphic. View all 91 comments. Jul 30, Geri Reads rated it liked it. I really don't know how to review this without sounding like a judgy bitch but I'll try.
So I did enjoy this one especially since I was reading with two of the coolest chicas on Goodreads--Feifei and J! Knowing Katy Evans, I knew I was in for a ride, so I decided to just enjoy myself going into this book. No expectations whatsoever. And I succeeded.
For the most part. Plot The Good There is one. Grey is the heir apparent 2. Grey is the heir apparent of his father's empire--the empire being the Underground. But before he gives the keys of the kingdom to Grey, he must prove himself worthy by "collecting" debts owed to the Underground by 48 personalities, including Melanie.
See the conflict here? It's actually a good plot. The Bad It wasn't that developed.
And there were plot holes galore. And my stupid brain just can't wrap itself around some of them. I really liked them both. Melanie is an airhead and makes no apologies for it. At least Melanie was honest that she wants to find her prince and is willing to kiss a million frogs to find him. Grey is hot. Of course. But he's also sweet and I really liked him. I think he's a lot more developed than Remy although not by a lot but still I enjoyed his character. It helped that he wasn't into kinky shit like licking, ear fucking or obsessed with his cum.
The Bad But because Melanie was portrayed as an airhead, there were a lot of facepalm moments involving Melanie. And Grey has his moments too. I just can't believe someone who supposedly works in the shadows would meet his contact in a crowded hotel restaurant, during one of the Underground fights!! And he knows Melanie was missing because Eric told him in advance but he never NEVER even entertained the idea that she might be with Brooke and Remy in that same hotel???
Frankly, had this been decently edited, I would have rated this a solid four. While she did try to tone down her crazy hyperbolic writing, more than a few of them still went through. I learned whatever there was to learn, multiplied by the billionth power. God, this is as intimate as it gets with a man and I cannot relax, I cannot oxygenate, I cannot formulate a thought.
And then there are sentences that just left me shaking my head. Usually men are just. Not even human. More like enemies that must be handled with care.
I suck on his nipple ring. God, how I love this ringed nipple. The groan that follows my sucks. Which is fine, because our friendship itself has never broken. I know the author wants to convey the "emotions" in her words but last time I checked, syntax is important too. You just can't put words in there because it sounds pretty or cool or hot.
And then there's the punctuation mishaps, as I'd like to call them, happening throughout the book. It seems to me like KE hates periods but loves exclamation points and commas so much she smothered her sentences with them. He looks intently at me as he begins tweaking my nipples, and I can almost see the rigidness of his self-control there, that if I say no, he will stop, but I nod, then he groans and pinches my nipples in the most delicious way as he bends over, fitting his lips to mine, hard this time.
Capitalizing letters to make a point is annoying. Yeah, yeah. It's not wrong to use them but there is such thing as overkill. And the ellipses. I've never seen those little buggers being utilized as much it did in this book.
His breathing begins to deepen and. The V dipping to his beautiful cock which I swear is so big that even in its normal state. I have a reputation and I like hearing a pin drop. And considering the price for this book, I was expecting near flawless editing.
Maybe Gallery books want to preserve KE's "writing style" by not editing it to death, but reading this becomes a chore with all these "quirks" littering her prose. Fortunately, I did enjoy this. I really did. There were moments where I can see why Ms.
Evans had such a loyal following. He kisses the back of my ear. It's lines like those posted above that makes me think that if Katy Evans can reel in some of her crazy-ass imagery, learn proper syntax, she's only going to get better at this. And if she finds another editor.
Thanks to Feifei and J for reading this with me. I had a blast! Sorry for being such a slowpoke. We've been hearing how different and how much better this is from the first three books.
And we couldn't resist. So here we go. Should be fun!! View all 73 comments. I was hesitant to read this one after all of the scenting and licking I heard about from books 2 and 3.
But this one ended up being pretty good. If nothing else, it was HOT. You're the fantasy. For you, this will be a mistake. A long, pleasurable mistake. You know, the one that says you're mine. That says I have to have you. That screams I'll do anything to get you.
One night when Melanie is leaving a club to save her car from the rain she meets Greyson. But Greyson is a bad man. He does bad things. And it wasn't a coincidence that Greyson meets Melanie. She deserves someone better. Melanie is a distraction that Greyson doesn't need.
He has a job to complete. Names to mark off a list. But Greyson can't deny the sexual attraction that he has for Melanie. The steam factor in this book was definitely high. What happens when Melanie discovers who Greyson really is? Will Greyson ever be able to give himself completely to Melanie or will his past and present obligations get in the way?
I thought both of the MCs were pretty good. Some of the dialogue was a bit OTT and were things that I am pretty sure no one says to each other. The story line itself had some dark undertones, which was a pleasant surprise. It was low angst and drama. OVerall, an easy entertaining read. View all 49 comments.
Rogue Series: Real 4 Author: Katy Evans Release date: July 29, Rating: No HEA: It's about the "King of the Underground". A man who's about to inherit a dark world that he wants no part of. In his world, he's known as Zero. The son of the Underground's owner and collector of debts by any means necessary. He was taken away from his m Title: He was taken away from his mother at the age of 12 by his father who controls everyone and everything around him.
And he's gone along with everything asked of him-he had no choice. In the dark place he inhabits, it's kill or be killed. And as much as he despises what's he's become he has one ray of light giving him hope for the future. Discovering the location of his mother. And if he stops playing the game, his father will never give him the one thing that allows him to cling to his humanity. His one last task before his father dies is to collect all the debts off the list he's given or else that hope is lost.
He has no room in his life for a passion, an obsession for one woman. But that's exactly what he gets. A distraction? Not even a fantasy anymore. You're going to be the death of me, princess, and I don't give a shit anymore. I just don't want to be the death of you. No matter how hard he tried, he couldn't rid himself of his desperation for her. He was so captivated by her, yet the emotions she stirred could be nothing less than dangerous.
She was a weakness he couldn't afford. I had two emotions in my life before I met her, anger and detachment. Now she's given me ten more. Lust, frustration, concern I have never, ever wanted anything the way I want those green eyes to memorize me the way I've made it a religion to memorize her. With her need to be loved, to be accepted, and to find that "one" that will make her life complete.
The problem is, she's looking in all the wrong places and in all the wrong ways. She's the party girl, the fun one, but after the party is over, they don't stay to get acquainted. She never seems to be good enough for forever. Everything about Greyson screams at her that he's different. That he values her and sees her as special for once.
Rogue (Real, #4) by Katy Evans
She ignores all the signs that point to him being dishonest and secretive. Because what they have is unimaginably good and she can't give him up. Every touch, every whisper, everything I share of myself with him feels so right; like an electric wire plugged into the right socket, I feel a new life force flow in me, almost euphoria.
Despite the fact that there was poor, poor editing despite the steep price , inconsistencies resulting in a few WTF? I decided on a four star rating for two reasons. They were intense, and I have to give Katy Evans props for her excellent writing ability in that area.
The other thing that swayed my rating was the fact that from start to finish, despite my issues that I had with several factors, I was completely invested in the outcome of the story from beginning to end. Even though things annoyed me at times, I was never bored and I cared about what happened to the characters. I might be being generous, but based purely on the enjoyment factor? I can't complain too much. I rooted for this bad man and good time girl to find their way to each other. View all 40 comments.
Jun 22, Claire Robinson rated it it was amazing Shelves: I think there is always the urge to compare when reading a book by an author who has in the past provided you with one of your hands-down, fall-in-love-with-from-the-first-page book boyfriends. Katy Evans is one of those authors for me, I will never forget or fall out of love with Remington Tate and because of that I initially started Rogue with a little trepidation.
I wanted to judge Greyson on his own merits rather than against t 4. I wanted to judge Greyson on his own merits rather than against the merits of a man who is essentially incomparable. For me that would be a yes, Grey is different, dissimilar and wholly unique.
He is dark, dirty, blunt and brutal. And the way that he looks at me The look that Remington Tate gives Brooke. That look. Can I die from one look? And if one look can kill me, then what would one touch do? She has his attention for a whole different reason now though, her name is on a list, a list that once completed will offer him answers.
When the person keeping the secret and the person that is ultimately the reason for secret come together She makes me fucking hot. What the fuck? The writing, the development and the flow of the storyline are absolutely perfect.
As the drama unfolds, the secrets revealed and the emotions build up, you are with Grey and Melanie every step of the way. The dual POV really helps with this, as although the story is wholly theirs as a couple, a lot of it happens to them as individuals, and I liked that we got the whole story from both of them in the one book this time.
No rules. Just what we want. And I want every inch of you. Katy Evans has managed to give us dark and sexy again, but in a completely different way. I still fell in love with the author and her style of writing all over again though. View all 20 comments. Sorry to re-post this old review, but I just noticed that GR jacked up my review and it disappeared and said I hadn't read this.
Greyson was a really great lead. Possessive, alpha, borderline psycho which I always love Being that I figured she would annoy the shit out of me based on her characterization in previous books?
Color me surprised. My only real beef is that I felt Sorry to re-post this old review, but I just noticed that GR jacked up my review and it disappeared and said I hadn't read this. My only real beef is that I felt like the relationship development on this one fell a little short when compared to Real. Remy is one one of my all-time favorite leads and, put simply, pretty hard if not impossible to top for me.
Comparisons to Real are obviously going to be unavoidable being that this was billed as book 4 of the I Wanna Do Remy Real series. I thought Evans did a great job making Greyson a tough alpha in his own right, while also giving us enough of Remy and Brooke to get a good Remy-fix, without Remy taking over the story because he totally would otherwise.
So obviously, Remy's books are still my favorite, but I really enjoyed this one and I look forward to what Evans has in store for us with Pandora in Ripped Because based on the blurb it looks like the only way to attempt to top a badass fighter and a borderline assassin?
That's right. Fucking rockstars, baby!
View all 6 comments. Jul 17, Jacqueline's Reads rated it it was amazing Shelves: Summary Greyson has to collect payment from 48 people. Melanie is struggling financially. Melanie I like Melanie. His mother was taken away from him and he has spent most of his life looking for her. I love Greyson because of his past and his pain. Overall I love how different Rogue is from the Remy and Brooke stories. I felt like Rogue was a little deeper, but not as intense.
If you are a fan of the series and want something a little different, then Rogue is for you. View all 4 comments. They both have been searching for something, intentionally and unintentionally, and finally find it one night in the rain.
This book was pleasantly surprising for me and I always love that. I didn't expect to like Melanie as much as I did and I certainly didn't expect to like this book as much - or more than- Real. And I really love it when I just can't put a book down! I knew that Melanie w 4. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type.
The fourth story in the bestselling new adult series that began with Real , Mine, and Remy featuring Brooke's best friend, Melanie, and the man she can't resist. General Format: English Number Of Pages: Gallery Books.
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