Thursday, July 28, 2016

Review: It Ain't Me, Babe

It Ain't Me, Babe It Ain't Me, Babe by Tillie Cole
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Re-read 7/28/2016
How did I not know this book was in audio? Maybe thats a new thing. I got on my audible account and saw it and freaked out. I think I paid 3.47 for it.. seriously less than 4 bucks! The man that narrated Styx was amazing. I was kind of wondering how someone would narrate a stutter with out making it sound fake but he did it. He did it perfectly. I was extremely impressed. J.F. Harding. I just looked up his name because he needs to be acknowledged. SO GOOD! I have re read this book a few times and I still love it every time!


Mild spoilers.. but some things just have to be vented about!

I was a little nervous to read this one.. as I am with all MC books. I read one book where the guy forced his girl with 27 guys and it scarred me for life!

I am not going to tell y'all what happened because you can read the summary and know but i will tell you that I am 100% completely in love with this book and with Styx and his crew. I have never loved a motorcycle book more.
I loved the fact that he could talk to Mae and that she became his calm and it became easier for him to talk to her.

ugh and Rider. UGH that stupid trickster. I freaking felt so sorry for him. I NEVER wanted her to choose him because I was in love with Styx from the first page but still I wanted to bundle him up and just carry him around and pet his head until he was over it. But then he had to go and be all crazy and make me look stupid for trusting the little bastard. I hate it when a character makes me look stupid. So Rider is on my shit list and should run very far away.

I will most defiantly be reading the next book and probably every other book Tillie Cole has written.

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