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REVIEW 45 Stars Do you know what you ve done princess You just ave me the keys to the kingdom There s no stopping me now FIRST AND FOREMOST There is a warning on this book for a VERY Pure Land Buddhism in Modern Japanese Culture good reason Not necessarily a trigger warning but a warning nonetheless This bookets very twisted very uickly If you think this is about a spoiled hero that only wants the one irl that ignores him and fights him off you re correctJust kiddingIt s notIt s so much depraved Carter Mahoney is not for the faint of heart When an author can tell me a story and make me put myself in the shoes of the character s POV I am reading that is awesome it s reat I love it When an author can make me empathize with the antihero in the book that is amazing But to make me cheer him on To make me want him to succeed in his uest What the heck Either I am SICK because this is not ok or she is just bringing out the depravity in ME Ok she s not let s laugh together we are laughing right but I couldn t help but uestion myself the entire time I read this book What is wrong with me Whyyyy do I like this so much I wanted him to Traditions Of Maimonideanism (Ijs Studies In Judaica) get hi What the heck did I just read WHAT THE HECK JUST HAPPENED I am very well aware of the warning the author provides in the synopsis however the fact that someone wants to write about the lack of consent during sexual encounters as a motivation to have the reader reading of said story is something that I am trying to find out why it is in any way okay When airl or a boy says no stop that can you please stop do not touch me that right there states to back off step away and to just not touch It doesn t mean Oh keep Kemilau Cinta - Brighter Than the Sun going because I like it when you touch me without my permission I mean I am all for jerk hero s that turn into mush once they meet their partner their mate their one true love I did not want to read halfway through thi 45 5 stars REVIEW TO BE POSTED ASAPHeed trigger warning OKot to 70% and then shut the doorI am not oing into the rights and wrongs in this story or the stupidity of the two MC s read the reviews especially the 1 and 2 star reviews They say it all I can rind my teeth at the ridiculousness of the actions of these two BUT the one thing I can t ignore are the following actions of the t Warning This book is provocative It is categorized as a DARK ROMANCE for A REASON It will not be for everyone If you are a reader with certain triggers or sensitivities common to the dark romance Red November: Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine War genre please heed the author s note at the beginning of this bookHeed the authors warning because straight off the bat I knew for a fact that this book wouldn t be for everyone and the author doesn t make any apologies for that she sone where many authors won t attempt to A Silent Ocean Away: Colette's Dominion go It will drag you kicking out of your comfort zones like no other book has it sraphic it s in your face it s dark it s twisted it s a train wreck of words that you just can t stop reading it s oing to train wreck of words that you just can t stop reading it s oing to you stop and uestion everything about yourself The very first initial scene between the heroine and our hero Carter and Zoey is where your comfort levels will be tested Carter the boy she had never even spoken to took bullying up a whole othe so this is on a list for a video i m filming and i cannot force myself to read itin the opening CHAPTER there is threat of sexual assault and the HERO talks about making the heroine bleed apparently it ets Worse From There I from there i fuckin out 1 STAR Some spoilers to follow from there i m fuckin out 1 STAR Some spoilers to follow s terrifying his disregard for right and wrong The pleasure he ets out of making me powerless I have sat on the rating for this book for a solid week totally and completely conflicted On the one hand the writing is solid and the story interesting enough to have me continuing after the HOLY SHIT DID I JUST READ WHAT I THINK I DID in the first 5% Yes the warning does a ood job of preparing the reader and making them understand that this is not a typical angsty high school romance It s dark but not in the usual sense Yes the author does an incredible job of painting two very well developed characters that you can t help but be curious about Yes it had me reading well into the night to see how it all endsButand this is a big BUT I m talking about the but of all buts here people You may argue with me that this is fiction You may argue with me that you have to suspend your disbelief because you re reading a darker book But here s the thing no matter how you spin it FOR ME this book romanticizes sexual abuse It is not I repeat NOT a dub con It is sexual abuse Pure and simple And there is nothing dark interesting captivating or intriguing about the hero to me He s a rapey asshole No matter how much the author tries to justify him or explain his actions and she does at the end He s not an anti hero I can et behind because there is just nothing redeemable about him to meI ll be honest this is a book that you will either love or hate There is no middle round No ray area view spoilerThis anti hero forces the heroine to An Audience of Artists: Dada, Neo-Dada, and the Emergence of Abstract Expressionism give him a blowjob as part of sexual blackmailbullying in the first 5% of the book And no it s not the kind of blowjob where she secretly wants it but he can see through it She hates it She doesn t want to do it And he forces her into performing the act in front of his two other jock buddies that have been making her life miserable in high school after she reported one of them for touching her inappropriate. The bully isn't supposed to win Senior year was off to a rough start lube in my locker panties on my front porch unimaginative name calling See Iot a player suspended from the football team for harassing me and in my small Texas town you don’t mess with the football players even if they mess with you first I didn’t care if it was an unpopular thing to do; I stood up for myself and in doing so opened Pa. UntouchableMe a resemblance of an escapism to smth thrilling forbidden exciting but on a higher level than the immature bullying bordering with criminal offenses if not for the fictional part with even lower characterisation and superficial trial of developing a romanceSorry This just didn t work for me and honestly I actually ecpected On every levelBut again these are my thoughts alone and do not represent the eneral opinion so even if this didn t work for me cause it s simply a thin line bonding the sphere of depravation and the touch of realityAnd it s hard to obtain that line when you want to make a differenceit can o both ways it s either a success or a bust and only details set them apart Holy fucking shit That s what I thought as I read the beginning of Untouchable by Sam Mariano The first scene between the main characters Carter and Zoey is than just uncomfortable It s sick twisted and fucked up on a level I ve never seen in a book about high school students In fact the entire book is I m not Aristotle's Rhetoric: An Art of Character going to lie or sugarcoat this If you have ever read a book and disliked it because you thought the hero was abusive or the couple s relationship was toxic back away slowly now No Fuck that Run Run away and never look back I m serious Don t even bother picking up this book You will hate it I think anyone that reads this and wants to enjoy it has to be extremely curious open minded andor love dark fucked up relationships The purpose of this review is not to scare every reader away Normally I don t do much warning in reviews at all I just feel like this one needs it though It s better to find out if a book isoing to be a huge bust for you before you dive into it if you can help it It s also better for the author Basically this story has the potential to piss a lot of people off That s just a fact The author knew that when she wrote it She has a warning in the beginning of the book itself so I don t feel bad expressing this now Now that we ve Anthropology as Cultural Critique: An Experimental Moment in the Human Sciences got that out of the way let set into my thoughts on this one I ve read a lot of Sam Mariano s previous work It s clear she loves her asshole alpha heroes I love them too It s probably a big part of why I ve enjoyed all of her books in the past She also has a knack for writing characters that you can both love and hate at the same time I ve never seen an author do this the way she does She s kind of fucking brilliant in that way actually However when I started reading this book I didn t think she could et me to read past chapter 2 What Carter does to Zoey is absolutely disgusting and flat out unforgivable There s no two ways about it I whole heartedly believe there was nothing Sam could do to completely redeem him to me That s the thing about her though She almost never completely redeems

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characters at the ones I ve read about It s that simple What she does is finds heroines that are perfect for them just the way they are and that s exaclty what she did here Not only did I read past chapter 2 I read almost the whole damn book in one night It s over 500 pages Her writing style sucked me in completely The interactions between the characters are just so interesting that I couldn t stop reading I had to know where the author was oing to take the story after all of the horrible shit that HAPPENED BETWEEN THEM IN THE BEGINNING between them in the beginning the book Obviously I knew they were Between Silences going to probably end up together I mean this is romance after all Exactly how the fuck that wasoing to happen was what kept me intrigued Both characters infuriated me time and time again but after a while no matter how fucked up and wrong it wasI wanted them to end up together That being said I wish Carter would have been sorry for what he did Hell I wish Zoey would have lit his house on fire with him in it instead of starting a relationship but neither one of those things happened Thankfully Sam found another way for things to end that left me feeling satisfied In the end Zoey and Carter are perfect for one another She is just strong enough and crazy enough to challenge him keep his interest and deal with his emotional issues He is morally challenged emotionally scarred and messed up enough mentally to peak her academic interest and tug at her heart strings On top of that they are sexually compatible in every way Their intense chemistry made for some scorching hot sex scenes Overall it s a match made in crazy town but by the end I was cool with it Both parties understood what they were Betrayals getting into and were truly happy Bottomline I enjoyed this book despite the fact that I think Zoey is insane for forgiving him and attempting any type of relationship academic or otherwise In real life I would never be okay with this type of relationship but lucky for me this is fiction One of the things I love about fiction is that it has different rules than we do in the real world Not every story has to have a moral or an inspirational message Some stories are just for fun to make you think to explore uniue situations and complicated characters or to make your panties wet from laughing or because it s hot af This is one of those books and I enjoyed reading it I recommend this to readers of dark and extremely unconventional romance with damaged characters and anyone that isn t concerned about my warning the author s warning or warnings ineneral ARC Betrayals: The Unpredictability of Human Relations generously provided by the author for an honest revie. D desires After surviving my first encounter with his casual depravity all I really want is for Carter to leave me alone But all he seems to want is me Warning This book is provocative It is categorized as DARK ROMANCE for a reason It will not be for everyone If you are a reader with certain triggers or sensitivities common to the dark romanceenre please heed the author’s note at the beginning of this bo. ,
Ly and Bat Ode getting him kicked off the football team hide spoiler 25 Stars I usually don t read reviews before starting a book but I couldn t help myself this time The 1 star reviews made me very curiousSo here I am a ticket to hell in hand with auaranteed seat because let me tell you it wasn t that bad Abuse content Indeed But I ve read worse much much worse From the top of my head I ll ive you a few names that would make Carter Mahoney look like a puppyCaleb from Captive in the Dark by CJ Roberts from Monster in The DarkKnox Bishop from Flawed by Francette PhalThe Goodbye Man by Ashleigh Giannoccaro Luka from Sordid by Nikki Sloane Taking those bad boys heartless soulless and inhumane characters into consideration I seriously think this book was a walk in the parkI was so fired up what a letdownIt s just a shame that the execution failed in my opinion 1 Too many inner talks from h it became boring2 How uick she ot over what happened to her in that classroom 21To make matters worse she started to analyze the H trying to find a reason behind his attitude way too soon in the storySumming up lacking development to make this credible Peace folks Fuck it this will probably be the unpopular review and that s absolutely fineCause these are also my personal thoughts intertwined with the impressions after reading this bookthe book I unfortunately DIDN T likeInspite Sam Mariano s writing and inspite her iven warning about this book and its contentIt just reminded me of one similar book in recent past that irked my protective senses to full blast and I still firmly stand with my primar expressivnessThe said warning stated that this is a dark bully romance I instantaneously thought of Penelope Douglas Bully which I liked obviously since I m mentioning it here and I dived inBUTThe very first interaction between the two characters that we soon capture as the main heroine Zoey Ellis the nerdy a bit shy and religious YA that decided to stand up for herself against a football player who ropped her without her Beyond Redemption: Race, Violence, and the American South after the Civil War given consent or permission and is now being cornered by the said player and two of his teammates and being sexually abused by one of them Carter Mahoney the rich prick uarteback and then being blackmailed into silence if she ever thought of reporting this to anyoneDIDN T sound like something worthy of consideration yet I actually wanted toive this author a chanceSo I went furtherand absolutely Blank Darkness: Africanist Discourse in French got confused by the irrational but later on a very conscious dislike of now both characters cause now the heroine is fucking curious about thisuy who basically raped her in front of his teammates but that issue was somehow interpreted as rough sex insert huge fucking uestion markAnd she enters this weird totally non believable relationship with the said prickand then well the author tries to pull it all into the romantisized bubble of unconventional sexual intercourse between two consenting YA BUT she also jumps into her own mouth by emphysizing the heroine s wording of by emphysizing the heroine s wording of and prick s final deaf ignore button and solely deciding to take what he wants anywaySo I m confused now by the final result so is this supposed to be justified as being okay cause it s under the dark enre But why then intensifying and emphysizing the Wrong Cause Make No Mistake It S Actually The Basis cause make no mistake it s actually the basis doing wrong and criminal act And then trying to make it okay and pushing the nice things about the prick so I would like the uy in the endGuess what I didn t like him in the beginning and I disliked him even in the endThis book actually irritated and frustrated me to moon and back and my being poetic here doesn t diminish the stare of anger I m inBy the end and I damned my reading OCD complex sigh for needing to finish the bookproject I startedI found myself comparing this story with another uestionable book I ve read by K Webster who I love as an author that At Stake: Monsters and the Rhetoric of Fear in Public Culture got such a negative hype on GR and FB and was so bloody stoned as a bad propaganda and yes I tried to explain to myself the wrongfully percepted events in that book and I concluded that the author might have unintentionally acted without tact and with smudgy perception turned a story that was supposed to entertain in the darkenre it ended being cheap offensive and tactlessUnfortunately I found this story just as same as described in the sentence aboveLike I ve said many times before the point of presenting the dark material it can t be based on Black Nationalism: The Search for an Identity gore shock twisted depravation and torment alone it really has to have aood base on which all these unconventional actions are built upon and then Black and White Strangers: Race and American Literary Realism graduallyrow towards someting or maybe less depending on the intent of the author s storytellingThis story wasn t it for me in that regardIn fact it did the opposite of what it supposed to be delivering and the final result left me flat but angered at myself for reading You want to know something Ellis I ve Boggs: A Comedy of Values got bad news for you so listen up Sometimes people do bad shit to you and they don tet punished they Blood Runs Green: The Murder That Transfixed Gilded Age Chicago get away with it Hell sometimes theyet rewarded for it If all this shit with Jake didn t show you that if all this shit with me hasn t shown you that maybe Jake didn t show you that if all this shit with me hasn t shown you that maybe re not as smart as you think you areYeah the words prick says to the heroineactually do reflect the everyday life s situationin someone s existencebut I somehow believe that fiction dark fiction too should at least Berlioz and the Romantic Century give. Ndora’s Box I never dreamed I would attract the attention of locally worshipped star uarterback Carter Mahoney Never imagined his coveted attention would turn out to be such a nightmare Beneath his carefully constructed façade lurks a monster a predator looking for the perfect prey to play with Now since I’m theirl no one likes or believes I Building Ideas: An Architectural Guide to the University of Chicago guess I’m the perfect target for his darkames and twiste. ,

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