Rating: 2 out of 5 stars ⭐️⭐️
Published: December 29, 2016
You’re beautiful and kind and very smart. But best of all, you’re mine. Do you remember the stories your Grandma used to tell you every night about cursed beasts, village beauties, girls in red capes and wolves in disguises? Well, maybe, just maybe… they actually do happen. Maybe, beasts do exist. They do. I would know. I am bound to one. Whom, you may ask? Well, I am mated to the Alpha King. How? You will see. You will live through it with me. I am Theia Anderson. I am just like any one of you, human, alive, and breathing. But unlike any one of you, I’ve stumbled upon a world that until yesterday… I couldn’t even fathom into existence. This is my story.
I really wanted to like this book.
Things that really got to me were the all the grammar mistakes, the choppy writing, and the timeline of everything.
Theia was one of the most immature, annoying, indecisive characters I have read in a long time. She was always going back and forth about how she felt for Bryce and the being in the castle. Her inner monologue was tiring as well. The book really could have done without her talking to herself all the time.
For Bryce to be an alpha king he sure was a big ass baby. Like seriously, the guy acted like a kid who didn’t want anybody to play with their new toy when it came to Theia. How many times can somebody say “Mine”? I don’t think I have ever rolled my eyes that much. And can we please talk about all the growling? That was excessive.
I felt like the timeline was off. She was was only there for like a week and she already has best friends and saying that she loves these people. another week she’s in love Bryce.
There was really nothing believable about this book. Her parents are okay with their high school daughter being a mate this 24 year old alpha king and spending damn near every night with him. I get Theia was 18, but cmon!
Overall the book might be good to some but this was just a miss for me.