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No one's ever there supportin' me anyhow. Nothin' new. She talks about how she'd been doing so "well" in keeping him calm since the day before, how he hadn't been set off. They've only just met. She shouldn't even be freaking out about his temper, not this early on. It doesn't matter, because a moment later: As I gathered my things to leave, a note under the door caught my attention. I want you there. Your Romeo x She just said she didn't want to go, asshole.

Of course, Molly feels so guilty about how 'disappointing' she'd been that she decides to go to the game. Things get worse. Romeo is an overprotective, controlling dickwad. One guy looks at Molly and he punches the guy in the face. One guy dares say something bad about Molly and he lands himself in hospital.

This happens constantly, to the point that Molly's outfits have to be approved by Romeo before they go out. The Tide fan instantly paled and held up his hands in surrender. I-I was j-just showing my appreciation. Touch her again and you'll be starin' up at us from the fuckin' ground. You get me? I get you, man. I'll back off.

When Romeo turned back to me, I stood glaring at him with folded arms and a pissed-off scowl. I sliced my hand in the air, gesturing for him to shut up and stop. Absolutely no need for what you just did. You didn't have to be so damn aggressive to the poor guy! A guy touched her! I didn't like it.

Give this guy a fucking Oscar for that acting. Molly, he doesn't give a shit about 'fucking up'. All he cares about is treating you like shit and cutting you off from your life so you become entirely dependant on him.

After a game, Molly decides to go and get ready to go out rather than go eat with Romeo and his team mates. Romeo is pissed that she won't go with him: You can be without her for a few hours.

I'm taking her out, end of discussion. For you. But I'll be there at nine on the dot and you'd better be ready," he growled and branded me with a firey kiss before smacking me on the arse, a bit harder than was deemed playful, and walked back to the field in a dark, sullen mood. I sighed. He "brands" her continuously to remind her that she is his and no one else's. He does so with bites, hickeys, groping her in public and basically pissing circles around her. It's disgusting and fucking ridiculous how she just LETS him.

Not to mention how he decides that Molly has to spend every single moment with him, whether she is awake or not. Not to mention that Romeo is willing to force Molly out of her PhD if it means she won't go abroad for a week. Romeo edged forward in his seat, mouth tight.

Since when? I'm assisting the presentation. It'll help immensely when choosing where to study for my PhD.

If it's well received, I could have my pick of grad schools. Plus, the championship game is 'round then. I need you in the stands, watchin' me.

You have to be there for me to do well -- good luck charm, remember. You don't want thousands of Tide fans pissed at you. She went there to finish University so she can become a professor. She didn't go there as a good luck charm to Romeo the Psycho and she didn't go there to keep him happy.

It's scary how from the moment they met, Molly basically gives up her life to keep him happy. Because she is terrified of him snapping and turning his temper on her instead of all those innocent bystanders he mauled in the past.

And it happens again: I stood stoic. I'll get my own bloody glasses when I've saved up enough money. You won't download them for me. I won't let you. Being poor doesn't embarrass me -- taking pity money does! I indirectly broke the damn glasses with my shit pass. I riled up Shelly by showin' everyone that I liked you, and I let her ego get too inflated by puttin' up with her queen of all of Bama shit for the last three years. I'm gettin' you new glasses and you're gonna let me - you don't have fuckin' choice.

It's not about embarrassment, it's about protectin' what's mine. They shouldn't be treated as such. If someone wants to be independent and not rely on others, they should be allowed to do so without being scared of the consequences.

She's twenty years old, for fuck's sake. Not five. Girl on girl hate is huge in this book. It's so overdone, so over the top, that it's actually funny Because we're given a character, Shelly, who is to-be-engaged to Romeo thanks to their wealthy parents, and she is twisted into the most ludicrous "Queen Bee Bitch" on earth. In the beginning of the book, Molly and her friends decide to join a sorority house. Molly doesn't want to but is doing it for her friend, out of solidarity.

The "initiation" is to be blindfolded and kiss a guy, and guess what the last thing they ate was. If they guess correctly, they're in. Of course, Molly gets to lock lips with Romeo. When she guesses correctly, Shelly goes berserk: Shelly chose that moment to get in my face, her tight blue eyes boring into mine.

And it goes on: If I have to see you walking around with these friggin' taped up glasses on one more day, I'm gonna scream!

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Don't you own another pair? Momma and daddy got no money, sweetie? You poor, Molly? They want me and they'll get me, you can count on that. It's ridiculous how much drama there is. Every fucking chapter! Fast forward three months, and Molly finds out she's pregnant Jesus fucking Christ, a kid with Romeo. Can you imagine? Thanks to his crazy parents and I mean crazy. Patrick Bateman could learn a few things from them , she loses the baby when Romeo's mother slams her into a table.

Miscarriages are awful. More so for the mother than the father. He snapped his head to me. I'm tired anyway. I need to sleep. How can you be tired? You've slept for days, done nothin' for days! I understand you had surgery, but the doctors said you should be feelin' a lot better by now.

You're wallowin', Shakespeare. You need to snap the hell out've it! I've tried, been tryin to be patient, but enough is enough! I've lost a baby too, not just you, but you shut me out and act like I'm a damn stranger to you. I was the daddy, for fuck's sake! I can't do it alone. I have too much to think about Because after a miscarriage and surgery, every woman wants to be running around with her psychotic boyfriend, right? Romeo constantly twists everything so the conversation goes back to him, every.

What the fuck?! The sex scenes were awful to the point that I cringed and skipped them. Romeo needs constant reassurance that Molly likes whatever he's doing and the scenes are riddled with: Tell me you love it! Do you enjoy me bein' in control? Do you like it this hard? For the first time ever, you're givin' me what I want, what I need. You give me full control, and I love it.

You do too, don't you? You fuckin' love it?

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It's off putting and, frankly, a little bit weird. He's incredibly aggressive in and out of bed, but then he pulls his lost-boy-puppy-eyes and Molly melts. This is not acceptable behaviour. If Molly says "stop! He shouldn't be saying, "Tell me you love me! The entire backstory to Romeo's attitude is ludicrous to be honest. Apparently, his mother and father hate him so much, they humiliate him constantly, beat him, make fun of him and remind him how much he is unwanted.

The fact that Romeo lets them and puts Molly in danger by doing so is pathetic. But no, he's too "proud" to call the police, and so they take it out on Molly. I can't stress enough how abusive households shouldn't be used to explain someone's attitude and personality. There are people in the world who have been submitted to greater horrors, and who retaliated.

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They're not psychotic boyfriends who "brand" their girlfriends and beat the shit out of people just for talking to their girlfriends. It's almost like saying, "He's hot, so I'm going to let him hurt me because I don't want anyone else having him.

I'm actually running out of space on my review. This has never happened before, and I have so much I need to vent about still. For example: One of Molly's friends, Cass, is ridiculously portrayed. She's described as a three-hundred-pound Texan and is the crudest, most awful person I have ever read about. The kind of girl who grabs her crotch and licks her lips suggestively at Molly. To the point that I felt uncomfortable reading about her. I had a friend like that. She was crude and over the top, but at times it could be funny.

Then, it stopped being funny.

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Call me weird, but if someone wags her tongue at me whilst grabbing her crotch on more than one occasion, I am running for the fucking hills and not looking back. Stop it. The side characters in this book only come in handy when Molly has to be informed about some sort of disaster. What happened to dating? To getting to know each other before banging like bunnies? What's wrong with old fashioned romance?! This is the last bone I'm picking before I run out of space for good: When Molly and Romeo meet, Romeo confides in her at a party before he basically dry-humps Shelly on a balcony.

The next day, as revenge, Molly decides to use the "my friend" excuse to humiliate Romeo in class. This is not okay. You don't know the guy, you've spoken to him ONCE, and you decide to assume things about him and throw them back in his face in front of fifty other students? What do you plan on achieving? When Romeo confronts her about it, Molly throws Shelly in his face, too. Who he has sex with is none of your fucking business. If he makes a move on you, make sure he doesn't have a girlfriend or a fuck-buddy or whatever it is Shelly is, but Molly DID know about Shelly and then she uses her against him whenever they fight or argue.

That's not fair. Sure, Romeo is psychotic, but Molly is a little bitch when she wants to be. You can't have it both ways. You can't pursue someone who is taken and then throw that in his face. Jesus Christ. I'm outta here. If anyone wants to discuss the book with me, I'll happily do so in the comments. View all 51 comments. Calling all lovers of the slightly angsty NA genre with a gorgeous hero with anger issues, and a feisty geek chic heroine.

I will not make any apologies for my slightly predictable by now Lisa style gushing review, I felt so at home with this book I've decided that if me and this author ever meet we would be firm friends. What a sweet, sexy, dramatic and perfectly romantic story of college star crossed lovers.

Warning proceed with caution, I loved this book so I may just be a tad dramatically over the top with my book love, here are my 'sweet home' book thoughts What's it all about? English born and all round studious, croc wearing geek Molly Shakespeare has the opportunity to study and lecture abroad in an all American college so when this lonely twenty year old hits the university of Alabama she expects to stick to her studies and live her life how she knows best - on her own.

Romeo Prince is the university star quarter back his specialities include his bullet arm and charming the ladies into his bed. Both these characters have a troubled past, both these characters feel the depth of loneliness neither of them expected to find eachother.

But will they be able to hold on to each other when everything stands against them? This NA story shows how love can change everything, all in one summer in Alabama. What did I love? Let me start by saying that I love a stateside college romance, everything about a book that showcases the lifestyle of American colleges has me hooked, so couple that with a fantastically British feel and you know that this book was ticking some serious five star boxes for me.

This book had British references galore, but for me she was authentic on both counts, the author told her story with confidence; the writing was fluid and engaging and utterly full of romance. The whole story was filled with gorgeous, swoon worthy moments of heart-in-mouth loveliness. The first kiss was knee-knocking, heart melting standard and I'm sure if I'm having a bad day re reading that scene over and over again wont be totally out of the question.

Onto the characters, even though there was a 'seen this before' familiarity with the character types I didn't mind, I really fell for both the leading and secondary characters.

Molly Shakespeare was geeky, outspoken, wonderfully English and totally unaware of her 'fall in love' with quality charms, I never once found her background and hardships annoying she was in my opinion completely adorable.

Romeo Prince was heavenly; he was sweet, alpha, tormented and gorgeous in one American style football star package and I was sold. Molly and Romeo are heart warmingly sweet and sincere, she is his lucky charm, he is her family, there was not a moment where I didnt doubt or fall more in love with their connection. The whole package worked for me, this author really made the story work for my reading tastes and I'm excited to see more books released by this talented writer. Final thoughts Undoubtably there will be 'those' readers that find holes in this story, they will talk about a predictability factor and they will most likely compare it to similar books in the genre but for me I ignored all those things because the enjoyment factor was top notch.

I can't express how much I enjoyed this story, I had gigantic case of the book butterflies and and I could not put this addictive page turner down. This story will not be for all, it has some over the top drama, one controlling hero and some bad decisions made along the way, but it also has some laugh out loud moments, some hotter than hot bed time action, two unforgettable characters and a group of best friends that you'll fall in love with, so If like me you enjoy this genre then don't delay, go grab it readers.

View all comments. Nov 03, Perceptive rated it it was ok Shelves: Yet somehow, Molly is housed by the university with undergraduate students. Yeah, but NO. Graduate students have their own housing.

She is not taking the class as a student. In front of the entire class. So mean girl bitch - in the real world - would have just gotten herself a big fat failing grade. Or at the least, a warning and a referral to the student conduct council.

Most schools - and I have to believe 'Bama would be the same - have a code of conduct for students and the mean girl stepped over it. No sorority rush works this way. The pinning takes place first?!?! And the final party is not some sort of a preference night, but a toga party?!??!! Because Animal House is SO At 'Bama. At the start of the fall semester Let's look at this set up again. Even though football season should already be in progress by this date, and the cheerleaders would have been selected long before.

Also, we're talking 'BAMA.

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Where football is a religion, and cheerleaders aren't far behind. I'm going to let the horror of this sink in. As if this wouldn't get the sorority kicked off campus before one could utter "Roll Tide. Is more than just a kiss and keg and like a keg would be involved in the first place!

Because from what I've heard, Tilly's depiction is more rage inducing than her sorority mishegas. Look, I get it, this is supposed to be some big swoony if paint by numbers New Adult romance. Although the characters are more caricatures than three-dimensional humans. The prologue flashback to Molly's childhood is saccharine and on-the-nose, and was wholly unnecessary. Everyone says "darlin'" and "ain't" all the time and drop the "g''s off the end of their sentences so the reader knows we are in the SOUTH, doncha know.

I'm surprised Scarlett and Rhett don't show up just to rub that in more.

Like that the book is written by a Brit whose closest association with the US, apparently, is that she watched an episode of Friends and the aforementioned Animal House. And I suppose this is revenge for authors such as Raine Miller getting everything about life in London wrong.

But here's the thing. I can't turn off my self-literacy respect. I just can't. Maybe others can, but I can't disregard the fact that I love to read and I love authors who care deeply about their stories and who work hard to craft them to the best of their ability. And when I read something like this, something so obviously slap-dashed together to cater to a hot market without any care for the reader's reading comprehension ability and need to suspend disbelief - - I see red.

I lived in the UK. If I wanted to be around Brits who get everything about life in the US wrong but think they know everything because they watched an hour or two of telly, I would have stayed there. View all 19 comments. Oct 18, Christy rated it it was amazing Recommended to Christy by: Jennifer Kyle. Sweet Home is that book for me.

A sweet and fun tale of a modern day Romeo and his Molly Juliet. Molly Juliet Shakespeare is a twenty year old student from England. Molly is fantastically nerdy and lovable. She captured my heart from the first time she shouted Fuck wearing orange crocks.

He does hookups. He plays football and works hard at school to try to please his difficult parents. When he meets Molly, he is taken by her. There is something about this girl with the crazy hair, glasses, and english accent that makes him want her. It all starts with a good luck kiss…. Once Rome has had a taste of Molly, he wants more. Molly has experienced so much loss in her life, she finds it difficult to get close to anyone. But Rome breaks through her walls.

What Rome loves best about Molly is that he can be himself with her. I like the way you are with me. You make me feel… well… you know…. They bring out the best in each other.

It was more than just an attraction between them. It went deeper than that. Rome and Molly had a connection. They understood each other, respected each other and just got one another. I loved all the Romeo and Juliet comparisons and how the story was thrown together. Romeo and Molly were such endearing characters.

I adored everything about this fabulous couple. Home is with the other half of your soul, the person who shares in your grief and helps you carry the burden of loss. Home is with the person who throughout it all never gives up on you and brings you eternal happiness. View all 78 comments. Jan 22, Kristen rated it really liked it Shelves: Sweet Home is the type of New Adult romance that would normally drive me nuts but ended up capturing my heart instead. I had so much fun reading this book.

I loved the love story, the light and youthful feel, the angst that didn't feel too angsty, the playful humor, the heartbreaking moments, the possessive hero with a vulnerable side, and the sweetest, quirkiest, heroine I've read to date. I adored Molly. She's a New Adult heroine that's unique, a-dork-able, and a breath of fresh air. I read to escape and this book gave me just that I can't ask for more than that. View all 62 comments.

Oct 17, Patrycja rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Recommended to Patrycja by: My way is better—less death, more orgasms. I wish this book never ended. It was so, so good! This story is so unique and refreshing. Roller coaster ride full of twist and turns, Sweet Home is intense , full of action passionate read that can be finished in one sitting.

You will read it while biting your nails, laughing hard, wiping tears and fighting with lady boner. As a college star and extremely rich son of owner of oil plantations, Rome should feel like the king of the world, but his life is far from being perfect. Romeo suffers from cruel, controlling and demanding parents that treat him badly.

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Every day is a constant fight for being himself, when they want from him something else entirely. Living with a great responsability of being the best football player and fame makes it even harder for him to be free. A small smile transformed his normally hardened features and he took my hand and ran it across his ribs. When she finally meets Romeo her lone life changes. He ran his finger down my cheek, but almost as if the action fuelled his strength rather than gave me comfort.

He is the perfect example of alpha male and the characteristics I crave in my men. He made everything so freaking hot! Sex scenes were out of this world and the connection he had with Molly only made it so much better! Sweet Home is a perfect mix of sweetness, pain and deep love.

Step by step, page by page I slowly fell in love with this complex bittersweet story. I live for surprises like this! I need my own Romeo Prince. I highly recommend this book for every fan of sexy new adult books. View all 57 comments.

Oct 24, Karla rated it did not like it Shelves: There is nothing more I dislike than not finishing a book. Especially one that I spent money on.

A couple of my sticking points: Write what you know. It There is nothing more I dislike than not finishing a book. It makes for an annoying one.

In choosing to write a book where the character needs a strong regional dialect, either spend the time to get it right, or place the book in a locale where it comes naturally. Show me the money! Or in this case, the emotions. There is no chemistry at all. With anyone. With Shakespear and Romeo.

With Shakespear and her friends. Peripheral characters were just that — grossly exaggerated caricatures of people. Although, this gem was wonderful: I want to see what prime beef is on offer? It really could have been an example in point 1, but I digress. But a jig? And the constant references to the fat girl were just annoying. If there were any way to get my money or my time back, I would be putting in a request for a refund on both. View all 14 comments. It has been tragic for her, and now she wants to a new start.

She leaves England to go to the University of Alabama. Adjusting to the american life is a bit of a struggle for her, but her new found friends are eager to take her under their wing and teach her how to experience life. Another thing that has Molly clueless is how much these people of Alabama love football. She just doesn't get it. When she meets the star quarterback, Rome Prince, she can't help but feel attracted to him.

She just has no idea who exactly Rome Prince is or how he will impact her life. He understands me like no one before. She enjoys reading and studying. Epub electronic overview of the booklet Sweet Hope by Tillie Cole complete ebook critique report by amazon ebay selections. Majority sector paperback, basic cheap guide Audiobook value quotations, adobe converter, app, modern details series, meeting place database, public search and file solutions.

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I guess it was just that, in Brooklyn, everyone was competing to be exotic or surprising. By comparison, I was boring, seriously. Really boring.

On top of the move, Nes is nursing a broken heart and severe homesickness, so her plan is simple: Her rebellious streak attracts the attention of local golden boy Doyle Rahn, who teaches Nes the ropes at Ebenezer.

The color of her skin was never something she thought about in Brooklyn, but after a frightening traffic stop on an isolated road, Nes starts to see signs everywhere—including at her own high school where, she learns, they hold proms. Two of them. One black, one white. Nes and Doyle band together with a ragtag team of classmates to plan an alternate prom.

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Now, after years of homeschooling, Mallory must face a new milestone—spending her senior year at a public high school. But she never imagined she'd run into Rider Stark, the friend and protector she hasn't seen since childhood, on her very first day. It doesn't take long for Mallory to realize that the connection she shared with Rider never really faded. Yet soon it becomes apparent that she's not the only one grappling with lingering scars from the past.

And as she watches Rider's life spiral out of control, Mallory must make a choice between staying silent and speaking out—for the people she loves, the life she wants and the truths that need to be heard. Now they are competing one final time for a spot at the prestigious American Ballet Company. With the stakes higher than ever, these girls have everything to lose… and no one is playing nice. June is starting to finally see herself as a prima ballerina.

Legacy dancer Bette is determined to clear her name after she was suspended and accused of hurting her rival, Gigi. Even if she returns, though, will she ever regain the spotlight she craves? And Gigi is not going to let Bette—or the other dancers who bullied her—go unpunished. But as revenge consumes her, Gigi may be the one who pays the price. After years of grueling auditions, torn ribbons, and broken hearts, it all comes down to this last dance.

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Writing her own stories? And does she even want to move on if it means leaving Simon Snow behind? Everybody in the newsroom knows. It's company policy. But they can't quite bring themselves to take it seriously. They go on sending each other endless and endlessly hilarious e-mails, discussing every aspect of their personal lives. Meanwhile, Lincoln O'Neill can't believe this is his job now- reading other people's e-mail.

When he applied to be "internet security officer," he pictured himself building firewalls and crushing hackers- not writing up a report every time a sports reporter forwards a dirty joke. When Lincoln comes across Beth's and Jennifer's messages, he knows he should turn them in.

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