Monday, December 9, 2013

Mini Review: Rule by Jay Crownover


Okay, so I know it's not Friday, but we are spotlighting NA today anyway.  This book (and review) is recommended for older audiences only.

 
 
Rule by Jay Crownover
Published by William Morrow
Available Now
Reviewed by:  YA Sisterhood's Mom
The Sisters (and Mom) Say: Love this alpha male!
 
I have definitely found a new NA author that I love, love, love! Crownover has created truly bad boys for whom you will definitely sizzle! Named after a "marked" male, the first book introduces us to Rule. And, yes, he is definitely marked--piercings and tattoos, but he is marked in other ways, too. He has a family whose members grate on each other worse than fingernails across a chalkboard. He has lost one brother to death and fears losing another, but his greatest fear is losing the girl he loves. And life just seems to go from bad to worse.

But I love that Crownover offers her bad boys redemption. Of course, no one would say that they won't be hurt along the way along with those with whom they interact.

You will become emotionally involved with these characters, and that is what makes Crownover a master. Going immediately to read Jet's story! I'm hooked!