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A contemporary romance with a classics Shakespearean flair, except this second chance rekindling has a happy ending. Reed Roman Jackson, favorite color: white; a soccer champion and The Wild Mustang car enthusiast, often sporting his trademark white hoodie, is a broody alpha jerk who does not believe in love. But ... he's fiercely protective and possessive of his Calliope Juliet Thorne, a ballerina -- no, his fairy -- his Fae whom he likes to have dance for him. This "Juliet" is innocence with steel and falls in love with the dirty-talking, forbidden Reed "Romeo," who also happens to be her four brothers' enemy. And there you have the almost retelling of Roman "Romeo" and Juliet tragedy with a happy is slow burn drew is a visual enactment of well-crafted words and provoked sentiments of innocence, passion, heartache, tenderness, affection. I was touched by this couple's journey to love, rooting for them throughout. And the unplanned pregnancy: To feel Roman's pampering and growly protectiveness for his unborn child and by extension that baser ownership because he caused it was not only moving, but y. Mine! And rather than lots of steam in this book, there was more palpable tension, playing on the chemistry between Roman and Fae (Reed and Callie) -- "wolf-like" gazes and sweeping perusals, breathlessness, innuendo. Character development was excellent, lending credence to personalities, physical characteristics, and interactive dynamics. In summary, everything felt so real. Every emotion was felt intimately, t my usual dark romance, but I couldn't resist that blurb. This was one of those refreshing stories perfect for spring: renewal, sensual, engaging, bittersweet, but ultimately so romantic. Just a touch longer than perhaps needed, but an excellent read. All the feels.
I got to start off by saying that Saffron A Kent is one of my 1 click authors there is only a handful of these authors for me and Saffron definitely makes the list with her writing. I always love the ability to have all my senses activated when reading a book by this author with the way she describes every moment and of course in a gorgeous villian I was not left disappointed. She has such a way that it is not hard to imagine everything down to even the smell of the scene.I absolutely loved the prequel to A gorgeous villian and was so excited to read a gorgeous villian while for me the prequel hit my need for angst in a book which is what made if an epic 5 stars the gorgeous villian fell just short of that. I think I struggled with the amount of inner monologue and lack of interaction in the characters to really and truly connect like I did in the prequel. Having said that this is still a great read and I can't wait for the next one in the ed was definitely a tortured alpha and absolutely love his protective nature even if he is clueless to why he is so protective in the first place.If you enjoy a slow burn second chance romance this one is for you.
I loved this ed is such a jerk, but it's easy to see why. His parents are jerks. His badness keeps everyone where he wants them. Far away from him. Except for his little ballerina. His little fairy: Callie. She's the Thorne Princess. A good, good girl who wants to get dirty with Reed. And, Reed is a dirty boy and a filthy talker for sure. The filth that spews from his mouth is both ridiculous and hot. Callie loves it all. She's a bad good is second chance romance was easy to get lost in and though it was a lengthy story, it never felt lengthy. I was captivated by the characters and the plot. It was a fast read for me. I didn't want to stop reading until only one eye would stay open and the words on the page began to swim. I loved this and I'm eager to read the next book with Wyn. Fun!
Wow! Well I tell you what..... this man had me swooning.... even when he was trying to be a jerk! AS he is trying to keep his emotional distance from her.... he is totally showing all his feelings that he claims to not be able to have! For a guy who had such a toxic relationship with his own dad, he sure did take to the idea of fatherhood, despite him only being 21, like it was the most natural thing in the world for him to do. And the strength that Callie showed in dealing with him and his issues had me in awe of her. And as usual Saffron had me feeling all the feels and not wanting to put his book down..... my husband had to drag me out to get grocery ping done..... But I am loving this series and I can not WAIT to hear more from the St Mary's ladies..... or Callie's brothers! MAN! Those guys are something else all together! I am totally looking forward to meeting the ladies that capture their overprotective attentions now that they can ease up on Callie!
Callie and Reed's second chance romance was so beautifully, achingly sweet and romantic. I definitely recommend everybody read the prequel The Wild Mustang and the Dancing Fairy (currently included in this book but I don't know if it always will be) which tells the beginning of their love story and why it crashed and burned. It's not strictly necessary but there are callbacks to it and I feel like it really deepens the emotional impact of this book to have read it ed is so fiercely protective and has such a primal possessiveness over Callie (and later their baby) that is SO romantic to read. There are a couple steamy scenes with this author's signature hero dirty-talk (LOVE!) but the overall impression of this book is one of sweet and emotional romance. The first three-quarters or so of this book was a full on five star read that made my heart glow, and though the last bit was just slightly more toward a 4 star for me the book as a whole gets a five star. No one writes like Saffron A. Kent and I look forward to every single one of her books for the unique experience of her writing. I am beyond ecstatic at who the hero of Bronwyn's book is, and who I suspect Poe's man will be, and am very eagerly anticipating their stories.
I just love all things about Saffron Kent’s longing-filled, angsty, steamy, and messy coming of age stories- stories she usually speckles with tantalizing sizzle of the forbidden or taboo and then saturated with intense drama and all the complicated feels. But I was extra excited about this- not only because Callie was a character that appealed to me so intensely from MDA, but also because I wanted to see her delicious spin on a teen unexpected baby story. There’s so much going on here- second chances, family vendettas, the drama of first love, heartbreak and healing, a surprise baby, and my favorite reform school girl gang. A perfect symphony of the tumultuous first love emotions and heartfelt coming of age triumphs- I loved it!Our story begins in a beautifully SK way- a besotted girl pining away from the boy forbidden from here, in this story a boy her age but one that is her brother’s bitter enemy. Saffron teases us with sweet glimmers of happy connection and young love bliss, but that happiness quickly dissolves into the sharp pains of broken first love. The characters immediately engross and intoxicate you, and I found myself spiraling through the gambit of emotions just in the first part of their dramatic love story. I don’t think I’ve ever rooted for a SK coule as hard as I rooted for these two- and their love story was so gratifying because of it!Like most Saffron stories- this book is longer than average, which means the pace and flow of our narrative really builds our anticipation, heightens that romantic longing she’s so famous for, and creates a slower burn romance, though here because of the novella and the second chance component, we’re able to experience a much earlier glimpse of emotional bliss before everything crumbles- which only made my desperation for Callie and Reed every greater in the second part of their story. I had read the novella prior, which meant that the post-novella story for me began at about the 25% mark. I appreciated the distinct narrative voices of both characters- Reed more decisive, direct, more combustible. And Callie’s sings of youth and innocence- she has a flowery, poetic like besotted quality to her inner voice, even when it’s laced with hurt and anger. Her voice is repetitive though- she has a tendency to say/think the same thing multiple times, sometimes right in sequence, other times sprinkled throughout her chapters- and for the most part, I think this is a great creative choice that highlights the conflicted, slightly manic, emotions she has and her youth, though I can see how this would frazzle a more impatient reader, I found myself feeling this way a smidge towards the end- given this is a longer story and I was getting twitchy for my e chemistry here, though, is **chef’s kiss**- so engrossing and delicious. LIke many Saffron books, we have heavy doses of youthful lust and desperation paired with a tender emotional longing and oodles of angst. And, the dynamic of a vulnerable, emotionally exposed and optimistic heroine with a broody, emotionally unavailable alpha is SK’s specialty. Reed, though, is a real delight in the ways he defies the typical SK man. Despite some egregious immature missteps, he’s a man who quickly course corrects. He ends up proving to be selfless, emotionally vulnerable, and surprisingly tender. Despite being forbidden, he’s not the pursued- he’s the pursuer. He longs for Callie as much as she longs for him- perhaps even more- he’s just much better at containing it than she is, because he’s made so many sacrifices to protect it. And he has a DIRTY MOUTH and a possessive, protective streak a mile wide. SK always gives me some delicious nasty talking men- but Reed may take the cake. Meow. And Callie owned my heart straight away- she’s gentle, emotionally open, and so loving. She’s soft, but she also grows into her strength- finding a way to stand up for herself in the sea of men trying to alpha her life, both Reed and her buffet of brothers. Saffron gives great attention to the complexity of both characters- developing them and maturing them in subtle but compelling ways, and the surprise baby element plays nicely into how these two figure out how to be adults while also overcoming their past e Villain doesn’t end up being the villain at all, and that’s what I loved the most. This story ends up being quite swoony and sweet, perhaps more so than any other SK story- and I gobbled up every morsel. And the teases of the story of what’s to come for both Poe and Wyn- YAAS GIMME. I’m obsessed with this series- truly SK at her finest!4.5 stars
I have to admit that when I read the prequel to this book (The Wild Mustang & The Dancing Fairy) I was left with some pretty big doubts and reservations about Reed. This had me concerned that my dislike was going to be too hard to overcome, but I'm pleased to say that the author worked her magic and while I certainly can't say I loved him, I did find myself warming to him and in the end, I did like him (and maybe have a small squishy spot on my heart for him when he is in dad mode). Callie (as with all of the St. Mary's Rebels) was amazing and wonderful and I just loved her. That in fact was a big part of my problem. I all too often felt she simply deserved better. The writing is very well done and the engaging storyline is a potent mix of intense emotion, angst, heartache, fury and flaming, unquenchable desire. This is the type of book that inspires fierce feels and even fiercer emotions in the reader, so try to be prepared for the truly epic roller coaster ride that is Callie & Reed.
What you looking at? Villain is directed by Michael Tuchner and adapted to the screen by @#$% Clement, Ian La Frenais and Al Lettieri from the novel The Burden of Proof written by James Barlow. It stars Richard Burton, Ian McShane, T.P. McKenna, Donald Sinden, Nigel Davenport, Fiona Lewis, Joss Ackland, Cathleen Nesbitt, Colin Welland and Tony Selby. A Panavision/Technicolor production, music is by Jonathan Hodge and cinematography by Christopher Challis. Ruthless London gangster Vic Dakin (Burton) agrees to orchestrate the robbery of a wages van. However, when it is requested for him to work with another gangster’s firm, Dakin is less than enthused, especially as his private life is hanging heavy on his shoulders. 1971 saw the release of the magnificent Get Carter, surely a benchmark film in the pantheon of British neo-noirs. The year also witnessed Straw Dogs and A Clockwork Orange bursting forth to bother the tabloids and gnaw away at the paying public’s conscious, there really was something stirring In the violent belly of Blighty. There was also another very violent British film out in 71, Villain, a criminally overlooked slice of grim Britannia. Richard Burton, he a bastion of rugged masculinity and hard drinking legends, is here playing a sadistic homo gangster with a paunch. He is not beyond using a razor to enact retribution on a squealer, or to beat his boyfriend Wolfie Lissner (McShane) before making love to him, but he loves his mother beyond compare though! This was a tough sell to Burton fans one would think, which may go some way to explaining why it disappeared quickly and has still to this day been largely consigned to cult status appraisals only. In fact some of the more intimate scenes between Burton and McShane were cut, so the supposed fall out could have been worse. I say supposed because there’s conflicting stories as to how the film actually performed at the box office… Viewing it now reveals Villain to be a biting piece of British cinema, often uncompromising and filled to the brim with character’s either damaged or carrying around some sort of affliction or kinky trait. It is pure neo-noir, both in characterisations and narrative drive. Dakin is a maelstrom of tortured emotions, his anger issues frightening but off set by his mother fixation. Wolfie is a bi pimp and in a rut, Gerald Draycott (Sinden) is the MP with a thirst for getting in deeper than he can handle and on it goes. Thug with an ulcer, hapless girlfriends, snitch, blackmail, murder, violence unbound, nudity, sadism and two hard @#$%!&? coppers not beyond giving someone a few lumps to get what they need. Then of course there is the robbery itself, a chase and heist sequence of events that are excellently constructed by the makers. The script pings with menacing humour and the writers have a good ear for London dialogue. The London backdrops are classic early 70s monuments and iconic period points of interest, all photographed in that grubby low key way that sits perfectly with the unfolding story. Cast is a who’s who of British actors of the time, and all perform well up to standard to make this a riveting and potent viewing experience. There were some complaints about Burton’s accent, but it really isn’t that bad and only becomes noticeable when he is called on to shout. Burton is great, a bold role gets a bold performance and it is definitely one of his most under valued turns. Not as brill as Get Carter, but it’s something of a must see for any fan of British gangster films, while it actually makes for the perfect companion piece to Michael Caine’s magnum opus. 8.5/10
I love it I think its almost perfect, my only wish is that it had a save feature because sometimes I will choose something and the action is not quit what i wanted it to be and the only way to go back is to restart which, is a very long process. Other than that the story is good, the choices are good, and the powers are amazing
The writing is pretty bad. Awkward, wordy, overly lengthy, and unnatural dialogue is the first thing that stuck out to me, making it hard to get any emotional attachment to the characters, positive or negative, right off the bat. The general story and descriptions lack a flow and feel all over the place. I feel that the writing lacks it's own distinct voice. The power mechanics in the game are honestly very cool but don't make up for the writing.
Amount of customization was amazing and the story was overall good. My main concerns was with the lack of romance and character development, and a lack of a character background. I wish the abilities for the powers actually made sense such as being able to control air instead of lightning, or actually control shadows instead of just dark energy. Great job though!!
It's BORING. The stats and options customization seemed promising and deep but it quickly felt started to feel like chore, like a skill management sim game - the story is bland, unemotional, and just throws a variety of generic characters towards you, and does nothing to make them even a bit interesting. Maybe the story in the further chapters becomes exciting, I didn't even wait for a "buy the rest of the book" prompt, I think I got bored in the very first chapter.
It's great being able to customize your power set with so many options and even set the difficulty depending on if you want to play more for the story, or to have a real challenge to get through to the end in one piece. It's a good length and very replayable. I've read through it a few times now finding different storylines and endings each time. Must make time to read it again: 5*.
The good: - amazing number of customisation choices to build your own character - interesting concept The bad: - inconsistency in using i-kyu/ni-kyu etc and 1st/2nd level. Unnecessary to use Japanese terms and could easily been explained as 1st/2nd level. - "Shiroi Yuki" is downright cringey. if anything, "Shirayuki" would've made more sense - story pace and character introduction was too fast, generic, and had no impact - while scrolling down through choices you might accidentally swipe
I really did love this game. But then it updated and now I have to pay real money to unlock everything. Before all I had to do was watch a video. Now I have to pay for the things I already bought with the game money. If I had the money I wouldn't be downloading free games. Please fix this.
its like somebody from a third world country came to america, destroyed everything, and now wants to rebuild by regurgitating our culture. they are attempting to try and teach us women in the US how to groom ourselves through these games. its like a fun type of slavery, if thats possible. foh
all of your games but I don't like that we can't get any shoes because of shoes a locked up so I don't want that part of the game but I love when I get to pick and I Get Money is so fun can I give this out of a thousand a thousand so this game is very good and I recommend every every person to play it and if everybody plays it it will give me more money
This is very good game but it takes internet to open locked cosmetics and I Want it to be fix. Otherwise it is a 5 star game really. To be honest I did not like a little bit of its part because of this problem so please fix it .I will then give 5 star to it .it deserves 5 ank you.
I liked this game and all .It was OK I guess.If I had to play it I wouldn't complain but I wouldn't choose to play it. Coco tabtale games are awesome and entertaining but most of them get really had reviews because of the he adds. You could buy it but I'm not going to waste my money on some game I'm going to uninstall straight away.
Loved it so awesome and I wish I could be way I wish I could be right on front of the Google Play because I would have got this way earlier I love this game because it inspires your personality and fashion just let you know your game whoever created this game is a should be a billionaire that's how I think about skin thanks
I am in love with this game. One of the best game I have ever played. Really good and interesting and I don't know but I really want to spend my time to play it. I groom myself and update my fashion sense. The interface is really good .. easy to play and interesting tasks to complete. Thumbsup for maker.
ButThis game too nice but some some boring don't uninstall this game plz don't read comments of others who r telling bad this game Iam proved of this game plz play this game ull get very masti plz download this game one more time I'll say I LIKE THIS GAME TOOOOOO MUCH ☺☺☺😊😊😊😊😀😀😀😁😁😁😃😃😄😄😍😍😛😛😘😘😘😙😙😙😙😍😍😍😍👧👧👧👧👧👧👧👧💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖THIS GAME but some items r locked but I LIKE THIS GAME
The games of coco play are the worst games ever everything is locked, they want you to give them money and we're poor we still young, we don't have money!!!! Plz unlock everything cause we like playing free games! For this game, all the shoes are locked, many things of make up are locked, all the the trousers and skirts are locked, all hair colors are locked, all the accesories are locked, some things of nails are locked, sooooo every thiiiing is locked!!!!!!!😡😡😡
I really enjoy games like this. It's fun to put my own stylish flair on things and then putting it out there and seeing what others think. This is probably a kiss game..... I'm 38, the mother of a son, p and I play this game a lot. Lol!! Thank you making a fun game for people who love fashion and design but can't draw.
Soo Many Options I love like on a different level love this game it brings u much joy winning the contests right now I am number 1 in the game that's because I play it everyday that I use my aunt's phone,I would consider this game addictive and just one of the most fun games in the world
I liked this game very much. I donot have any thing to say about this game. This is gorgeous. There are many hundreds of beautiful and stylish dresses for our models. There are makeup, nail arts, etc. I was very exited at the first time to play and have fun with this game.
I just Love designing clothes for fun, my baby sister is better at it than I am. She does give me some good pointers. I like the game how you can pick and choose what you want. And it's good when you are waiting in the doctor'soffice like I am.
It's a fantastic game I have ever seen everything is perfect and not locked you can also buy the items by watching videos it's just fabulous I love this game hope you will make it more fantastic I just need a little bit work on the graphics by the way the graphics are awesome love the game.
This game is so fun and it let's girl get to dress up there person I love this game so much I think all girl should play this game because it is so fun you get to make your person look how you want them to that all I have to say but how ever made this game I give them five 👍👍👍👍👍
I love this game because I could just design my own character in regular life I can't even decide how I want to dress so I really really love this game and that's why I like this game because I get to just my own character and I am real life I didn't even get to design my own self and I'm 7 years old and I should be able to do it
umm.. i wanted to vanswer some questions thing are lock wen u don't have internet connection or..ok i love live love this game and its a great experience for all.. if u don't like styling this will change your mind if u like styling this will knock off your s
I've not always been a huge "FPS" player, but I've enjoyed this game. Unlike PUBG, Cyberpunk 2069 is much more friendly for short play sessions, and as such it's got friendly, easy to use controls. The graphics are realistic even on medium. This game does utilize a leveling up system and you do need it to unlock more and more loadout slots etc as you move on. It's Definitely worth a try.
Best thanos game available in the play store where you can actually use infinity stones. label of the infinity stones are not correct but i don't mind as long as its working. the game is full of entertainment and fun. i love the game play and controls. Nice job !!!