I don’t even know if love is real. After running from the bastard who brutalized me, I limped back to Arizona, choosing a vibrant college town in the hopes of starting over. I never expected to find him there.
He and his brothers were tough, lusty forces of nature I’d known since childhood. Years ago, Cord seduced me as a sick game. I’ve hated him ever since. Now here he is again, a man who beats other men bloody for money.
Cord has always been heartless, dangerous, not to be trusted.
And I want him so much I can’t think.
They called us ‘those white trash Gentry boys’ until we believed that’s what we were. Our people squatted at the edge of a hellhole prison town for generations. The childhood we endured was the stuff of nightmares. I’d learned early on that my brothers, Chase and Creed, were the only people on earth worth my time.
They all told us we were bad, that we’d always be bad.
The horrors of the past have scarred my soul.
But now I need to be better.
I’m kind of struggling with this book on the rating side, I want to give it 4* but then the more I think about the different parts in the book the *rating goes down.
This book doesn’t have a new story line, there are other books out there that are similar. What has me swaying between good and great are some of the plot details. I kind of don’t want to give too much away but the fact that Saylor went from one guy who was a abusive douche, and practically fell into bed with Cord didn’t do much for me. The romance side to the story was thin at best, there was lots a sex but it was kind of juvenile, I’m mean these two were hardly making any money at there jobs Saylor was homeless before Cord took her in, but they were like fu£k a baby into me! Wth.
Draw made for a quick read, and I really did enjoy the chemistry between the triplets. They were so tight knit from there shocking up bringing I really don’t think they could function without each other. I really like those Gentry boys.
I kept thinking something exciting would happen but apparently not, the story was stilted in parts. The characters could have been really interesting if given more detail, I felt the plot would have benefited greatly from fleshing out with more detail.
I probably will read the other two brothers stories as I’m intrigued by the darker more troubled brother and the cheeky brother.