Rewriting the Rules
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I know the rules.
I repeat them endlessly in my head.
But damn it, I can't stay away.
Can't stop thinking about it. About her.
She's perfect. Beautiful. Exceptional in every way.
When in the world did she grow up?
No! I refuse to touch her. I won't do it.
But I did. Just once.
And now. I want more. So much more.
Once I've set my mind to something, nobody can stop me.
Not even him. Screw him.
He's just my best friend.
She's just his little sister.
Rules are meant to be bent.
Broken. Hell, rewritten.
How bad can it be?
Rewriting the Rules
It was okay. I had a really hard time getting into it at first because I felt like it was pretty redundant. I would probably not recommend it to a friend but I did end up finishing it and the end was better than the start!
The story follows Charlotte and Troy. I found that Charlotte could be very Juvenile. She leaves her would be financè for maybe a chance. When she hasn't even seen Troy in years. Why would you stay with someone so long, who cares how your brother feels? It's your life.
The fact that Troy suppose to be this good friend and his sister cares about her brother so much but still keeps it a secret. I didn't get it.
I really enjoy a brothers best friend/little sister romance. But i find that it was difficult to connect with any of the characters. I really wanted to feel the intense passion between them. I think it's a good story but maybe it just wasn't for me....Lissa
I'm a total sucker for friends-to-lovers and second chance stories and story is both rolled into one.
This story is about Charlotte, who has been in love with her brother's best friend since forever, and Troy, who wants to respect his best friend's wishes that he stay away from his sister. They had agreed some time ago that they would eventually be together but Charlotte put her brother's wishes for her before her own happiness and decided to go in a different direction. When her boyfriend proposes, she realizes that this is not what she wants for herself and goes home to her brother and Troy. These characters were so well developed and the storyline was realistic and engaging. Troy didn't make Charlotte's return easy and while he was a bit of a jerk for a little bit, he realized that he also has to hold some blame in their separation.
I loved that the story was told in dual POV but there were times that I just couldn't connect with the characters. There are many side characters that were introduced who will hopefully get stories of their own.
*I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review*