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When I was fourteen years old, I killed for the first time. That day I learned cruelty wasn’t only within the walls we had just escaped.
It hasn’t been easy growing up in the middle of a war. A struggle to find shelter. Fighting to protect our bodies against the corruption of the streets. Nobody cared about the street kids who had to beg and steal to eat.
We are the Portland Street Kings – A family forged through loyalty not blood. To get through this life of broken dreams alive, we’ve become hard, uncaring and merciless. We do what must be done to keep our family safe, we will harm those who stand against us.
We have it all, feared and respected by those on the streets. Then she collided into my world, and with her came demons from my past, back to haunt us all.
Not worth reading
I had a lot of problems with this book. I'll try to narrow it down
1-poor character development. No depth, no background. There was no way to connect to the characters in any way to even care what happened to them
2-Lack of focus on plot. The author should've either set her focus primarily on the street gang aspect or the Piper/Philip angle. I would've rather read an entire story about Piper/Philip and some kind of stalking/kidnap story line than the bland mash up that the story ended up being
3-banging a guy 2 seconds after you meet with with your head face down in a toilet in a bar men's room....yeah that really sets the mood.
4-I hate matchy character names. Slater, Piper, Pacer...Della, Mia? Seriously? Even their nicknames are matchy...Kel and Dell? Take more time and be more creative.
Do yourself a favor and skip this one