Review- Mad Sea
Review- Mad Sea
Well… Okay then, K. Webster!
This book is short, sweet, to the point and pretty awesome. I don’t typically read romance-y type of
books. However, this one caught my eye because it is written by K.Webster and
I love her. I have read quite a few of her books and I honestly haven’t been disappointed. There is something juvenile about some of her characters, which can be a little annoying to read, but overall, I really love her work. All of her stories have a twist, and this one did as well.
Mad Sea follows a biker bad boy (Madden) who falls in love with “the girl next door” (Hali) who works at a frozen yogurt shop. Every Sunday, Madden ditches his life of drugs and crime to come get a cutesy little frozen yogurt dessert…and to see Hali. He is pretty much a stalker, which for some reason, makes him really interesting.
The entire book he is fighting a battle between his work life and his personal life. He doesn’t want Hali mixed up in the drugs, illegal activity, etc. He also has a really interesting secret. I am not sure how I feel about it, I think it is a little weird, but hey…I rolled with it.
This is a super short story and worth the quick read. It’s fun, exciting and super cute. I will warn you though, this has a A LOT of dirty language and rated R content.
Overall, this book received 4/5 stars from me. I docked 1 star because I am not a fan of excessive foul language and the story ended too abruptly, in my opinion.
Nonetheless, I hope you check this out. Even if you are not a huge fan of romance, this book is a winner.
Motorcycles and the ocean are my only loves.
Every Sunday, I exchange my mancard for a punch on my pink frozen yogurt card.
Just to see her.
This is what stalkers do, you see.
I’ll do whatever it takes to catch one tiny glimpse of her bright smile—a smile she shines upon me, even if only for a few brief moments—to light up my usually dark, lonely world.
Hello, my name is Madden Finn.
And I’m in love with a girl who doesn’t even know my name.
***Mad Sea was originally created as a story for an anthology. There were size constraints which explains the short length of this story. Because of this, the story is sweet, to the point, and all kinds of instalove. If you’re looking for a quick, lovable read that is quite outside your normal reading zone, then you’re going to love this.***
- June 20, 2017
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