Wednesday, January 29, 2014


Fierce by Clarissa Wild


They say too much of a good thing is not enough, but in this case it is too much.  Think of every YA/NA book you love; the illegal fighting rings, the bad boy who wants to go good, the nerdy girl who catches the bad boy, the boy form the wrong side of the tracks, this book has it all and I think it is way too much for one book.

The plot was good, it would have been better if it was not all over the place.  The characters really had no connection to the audience.  The emotions were lacking.  It could have been so much more!

I wish I could say more, but meh about sums it up.  I really wanted to like this book.


Nerdy girl Autumn Blakewood is the prime example of a goody two-shoes. She studies every night, is never late for class, and always follows the rules. She has never felt the need to step out of her comfort zone. That is, until she meets Hunter.

Hunter Bane is a cocky, confident bad-boy, who's nothing but trouble. He’s a dangerous distraction to everyone around him. Sexy and strong, Hunter enjoys the swooning effect he has on women. Especially those who aren't used to attention, like Autumn.

Autumn finds it hard not to give into Hunter’s advances, even though it all seems like a game to him. Trying to understand him is impossible, because he shrouds himself in mystery.
What she doesn't know is that Hunter has more baggage than anyone should have to carry. When she discovers he's in an illegal frat club to save the one person that matters to him, Autumn realizes this could mean the end of her undeniable connection to him. Even their lives are at risk.
But it's too late to turn back now ...

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