View all 43 comments. Hey all! I'll be releasing lots of teasers too, so as I do, I'll add them on here, as well as my website, for you to check out. But before all that fun stuff, I wanted to share with you why I wrote this book. Its subject matters are dark and gritty, and in parts, taboo. Many readers have messaged me to let me know how intrigued they are by the 'cult' aspect of this story and I wanted to give you some context, a reason for why Hey all!
Many readers have messaged me to let me know how intrigued they are by the 'cult' aspect of this story and I wanted to give you some context, a reason for why I chose to write about a topic quite alien to most. It Ain't Me, Babe, is very different from my usual style. Please read below, for why this book is so important to me. For my undergraduate degree, I studied Comparative Religion.
Due to outstanding lecturers, many who were considered experts in their chosen field, I was given the opportunity to meet various people from an array of cultures and faiths. I was lucky to meet, and work with, members and former members of such religious groups. Most were happy with their lifestyle choice, others were not. I would say that ninety percent of the people I interviewed and worked alongside belonged to the former, but I will never forget the harrowing, and sometimes disturbing, testimonies and witness statements from the latter.
Addressing this topic was very important to me, as it is an area of life, of humanity, in which most people are unaware. I am a thorough believer in the freedom of religion and respect, and have many friends, from many faiths. What I do find unacceptable however, is when certain people take vulnerable, pure and God-fearing people and abuse their trust and kindness for their own selfish gain. This novel is special to me, because I was able to share some of the issues these 'opportunist cults' can create, and the scars and nightmares, survivors of such places must live with for the rest of their lives.
The world of the Outlaw MC in this novel, however, is purely fictional, based on the author's research. Thank you for your time. View all 26 comments. Apr 03, Debra rated it it was amazing Shelves: dual-pov , unputdownable , release , emotional-rollercoaster , romance , all-time-favorites. It was intense, tragic, gripping, emotional, heartbreaking, and beautiful. It Ain't Me, Babe is a story about two people from completely different worlds who formed a connection the first time they met when they were just kids.
Now, 15 years later they meet again under incredibly tense circumstances but their connection never faded. Now, 15 years later they meet again under incredibly tense circumstances but their connection never faded They went through so much trouble and misery and I was rooting the entire time for their happy ending. However, neither of them were perfect and Styx made some huge mistakes Overall, this was an unputdownable and unforgettable read and I'm already anxiously looking forward to the next part of this series! View all 55 comments.ipdwew0030atl2.public.registeredsite.com/359492-cell-snooping.php
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It was too technical for my liking I think. Too many details about the Order, the Brothers, the commune, Hades, greek mythology I think my first clue should have been the glossary of terms at the beginning of the book.
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The pace of this one was also really slow. Plot wise things didn't move along very fast, yet there was so much going on. Which makes no sense, I know. At times, it was 3. At times, it was hard to follow what was going on with the MC. She's considered a Cursed, meaning she's too tempting to men and more likely to sway men from the righteous path. When Mae was 8 years old she meets River for the first time. River's father is president of the Hades Hangman MC and they are doing a drop near the commune where Mae is being held. They share a connection but River is unable to find Mae again for the next fifteen years.
Hade's already pulled me into Hell. She didn't deserve to go down with me. She deserved a clean man--that so ain't fuckin' me. She's badly injured River is now Styx, the Hangman Mute Fate brought them together again. Mae was viewed as the freak. She was completely clueless to how the outisde world lived. Taught that everything outside of the walls of the commune was evil. She has to learn not only how to live outside of the commune but within the rules of a MC.
Styx hasn't stop thinking about Mae since that day in the forest fifteen years prior.
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And he wants her to be his. Taking c-care of me, n-needing me The disciple guards will one day find her. There were some twists and turns that I didn't see coming, some that I did. The pace definitely picked up towards the end of the story. I think for me personally, this was just too heavy on the details and happenings of the commune and the MC and not enough on the romance aspect of things.
So while I got lost in some of those details, I still felt for Mae and what she had to endure at the commune. And how one chance encounter with Styx could comfort her and guide her when she needed it the most. I liked that the story was different and unique, it was just a subject that I didn't have a lot of interest in as a whole I think a lot of people will like this one ARC kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review View all 71 comments.
Apr 28, Glass rated it it was ok Shelves: romance , drama-drama-drama , way-too-hot , wtf , big-bad-bikers. You'd think that I'd learn something from my previous experience when it comes to Tillie Cole. I blame the hype. Bloody hype! And fanfart fanart. Why I do not like this as everyone else does?
Let's start with writing. That is my issue with this author from the very start. I have to say that it is slightly better than the Sweet Rome I swear, I got diabetes because of that book , but still it's recognizable melodramatic and with a lot of "jungle" sounds descriptions. If you read it, you'll know what I mean by that. Oh my God, characters. I hate every single one of them. Girls are Victoria's Secret models but unaware of their beauty, or how sexually attractive they are - despite being told that they are sinners and temptation to all men all their lives.
They are like virgins, but they are not exactly virgins. And boys love that shit! They go ape-shit crazy when Mae appears on compound.
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And later her sisters. Speaking about guys Anyone watching Vikings? They are love child of Vikings and King Kong. Plus, some Tarzan and SoA.
On meth overdose. Crazy fuckers. I feel awkward now among all you fangirls.
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