A. Michelle M
Ugh, usually a fan which is why it gets rated as high as it is. Seriously hated Jagger. She should have stabbed him when she first saw him. No means no. So her keeping on giving him chance after chance and him bullying her into being with him is just unappealing. I couldn't finish this book past chapter 5. Maybe it gets better but no, I'm not into a man who doesn't understand no. He has no regard for anyone but himself. I seriously doubt him growing a heart or caring about how he made her feel. He didn't understand what he did and felt he had a right to do what he wanted to her. He deserved to be stabbed.
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Piper Rayne did good! They made us wait FOREVER (it seemed) on Jagger's story, but it was entirely worth it. From the very beginning scene to the end, we got a story that entertained and captivated us, even making us smile - even though we're a tad sad that this series is over. In the previous books, we were tempted to see Jagger as the cocky jerk with extremely rare moments of humanity. In "Chore Play", we see a different side of Jagger that is totally swoon-worthy. Yes, he's still cocky, but watching as his heart beats for someone other than himself? Totally film-worthy. Quinn's character brought a great flavour to the story. Their push-and-pull was electric, and made their second chance at love a helluva show. Everything is right in the world because Jagger has his girl. I definitely cannot wait to see what Piper Rayne has for us next! I voluntarily read & reviewed an ARC of this book
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