The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😭😖😔🤐😥
The heroine: Paige – she thought her sixty days began with Brandon days ago, but now they really begin. She agreed to sixty days of pain and debauchery, knowing that some would be with Brandon, but that eventually she would be sold to the highest bidders to submit to whatever filthy things they wanted, but when it comes to pass, she realizes that she didn’t want it at all.
The Hero: Brandon – Just as he realizes he has feelings for Paige, things change and he is no longer in charge of her future. The rest of the sixty days are out of his control and he is scrambling to try to get that control back.
The Story: Henry Drake as the villain in this one really takes off. He has no morals, no standards and has enough money and power to do whatever he wants. He wants to make as much money as possible and accepts all the bids that came in for Paige no matter how vile and abusive.
This book was told in dual points of view via dual narration, where the male narrator does the chapters in Brandon’s point of view and the female narrator does the chapters in Paige’s point of view. Not my favorite type of narration since the male narrator has to do female voices within his chapters and vice versa. Though both narrators were very good. Both were English speaking narrators which matched the characters.
I read some other reviews that said the readers weren’t happy about the turn this book took and the fact that in the majority of this book the two main characters weren’t even together. Though I liked the way this one went. I liked the suspense and the story and the fact that it was about more than just the sixty days and the intimate scenes, though there was also some of that. I liked the fact that Brandon was working to take Drake down.
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