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He was my foster brother.
He swore to protect me.
They all failed.
I’m an open box of passé photographs, snapped in chaste daylight, but filtered in sepia. I’m the past that he tried to forget, and he was the future I needed. When he left four years ago, I screamed for him every night. But then it all stopped. My screams were suddenly muffled by cruelty, and further coaxed by pain.
But he has come back. He’s not the cute big brother I had a furtive crush on, or the bad-boy rich brat that I hated to love.
He’s the ruthless vice president of Wolf Pack MC, and he doesn’t answer to Royce Kane anymore.
He answers to Sicko.
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Jade and Sicko story was, soul breaking, heart-searching and it redefined the meaning on love/hate and took you into a depth of darkness most wouldn't survive, but there was light and a twisted story, with an ending that made this book so good, you had to see the pain to understand Jade's strength, power and her choices.
This book had its beautiful moments, and a few time you get a feeling, you could see the ending and what was happening, but, no? Amo, she loves to keep us guessing until the very last word, I loved this book.
First, I think this is the type of book you just want to go into blind, so I’m sorry but I will keep my review relatively vague. Royce and Jade have known each other since childhood. She has been adopted into the Kane family as an infant and they’ve shared a special bond ever since. Until suddenly something happens, and they don’t see each other for years. I really enjoyed the storyline which was angsty and suspenseful.
SICKO is an intense, forbidden, dark romance filled with mystery, emotion and passion. The side characters were brilliant and Royce and Jade’s chemistry was palpable. As I said, Royce and Jade’s story is twisted and dark, so please beware of triggers. They could be intense for you.
I recommend this book.
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Having now read this book, it appears that was an naive assumption to make. This book needs a better proof reader, a better editor and most importantly, a better writer. There are errors in terms of wrong names being referenced, typographical errors, pacing issues, issues with scene setting, confusing and inconsistent descriptions of what the characters are saying + to whom, an overall unpalatable and unrealistic story line with boring characters who are extremely one dimensional. It is a hugely subpar read. The hero and heroine are unlikeable and have hardly any chemistry. The hero comes across like a wannabe and the brother angle apart, I just don’t believe he loves her in any way - even if there was a reason to leave, there is no reason given why he’s so harsh with her when he’s back. The book is written so badly that I also don’t believe that he went from a preppy 18 year old who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth to a 22 year old MC VP. He comes across like spoilt, bratty diva (yes diva, not broody alphahole or suchlike). The heroine was also a spoilt brat who just is all over the place. The scenes have lots of loose ends and also are just all over the place. Nothing redeeming about this book.
Some examples of the terrible and bizarre writing:
- Royce is bedridden in hospital after being attacked. Next moment the author writes that he and Storm are holding Jade in the hospital corridor. Does the author mean Orsen?
- ‘When he prances past me, he moves in slow motion’ - By definition prancing isn’t a slow motion activity! What is the author trying to convey in this scene setting?
- ‘My eyes find Jade, who isn’t watching me smugly, she’s more bored.’ What does this mean? Why does Royce expect *her* to watch *him* smugly when he’s being a smug brat? Or is the author misusing the term smugly here?
- “I let it grow out a lot longer since Royce left. I don’t know why, but his name is stuck inside of my brain and isn’t leaving. Not that it left at all in the past four years, but it simmered. Somewhat.“ what has the hair growing got anything to do with his name stuck inside her brain? why was the 1st part written in a way that makes you think the 2nd part of the sentence might be connected when it isn’t in the slightest?!
- “Anywhere she is, everywhere else, no longer exists Royce.” Did the author just decide to not bother with it and pulled some words together by adding commas in between? How sloppy!
- “ An ice-cold Coke would satiate my thirst at levels not even water could reach right now.” Terrible sentence structure which really doesn’t make much sense.
- “naked from head to toe” what other kind of naked is there? Why is the head to toe part needed?
Gah! So many issues already!! This book doesn’t deserve all the 5 star rankings it’s getting. I would mark it as a 2.5 star at best.
Amo is an incredible writer, everything she touches turns to gold and this was one of her best.
The story of Jade & her Foster brother Royce is a gut wrenching and heartbreaking one. This story hits sensitive but real topics and all I will say is Amo does the whole subject justice. Tasteful, real and beautifully written.
Jade is one of my all time favourite Amo characters. She's suffered an undeniable breakdown to face an undeniable breakthrough, and I've never been so happy for her to come to the end of a living nightmare.
Royce was sent away from Jade 4 years prior, not by choice. Neither one understanding the true Sinister extent as to why. Until it all unfurls...
There's a couple of big gamechangers in this epic standalone, so buckle up.
5 massive huge heart wrenching stars from me.
And always remember...
"you can't f* with fate".
Royce and Jade’s characters are phenomenally written. Royce first meets Jade, when she is brought into the family as a baby (a foster) and then adopted by them. As they grew up they always had a special connection, but when they grew to teens it became an entirely different type of love and connection between them. Royce’s love caused him to be alpha and protective. Jade might have been young but it was more than jealousy and infatuation. Their story is dark and tragically devastating. Parts of it hurt badly to read. I was broken down and torn apart. I hurt for these two characters who were inevitably meant for one another. Royce left her right on the cusp of them finally getting to be together, and it devastated her. What she endured after was the stuff nightmares are made of, but it showed us the strength and resilience of this beautifully crafted character. She was amazing. She was a warrior, perseverance personified. Complex and strong. I rooted and cheered for her to get her happy ending. Because if anyone deserved it, it was most certainly her.
Royce/Sicko shredded me when he left Jade. I didn’t understand it. But…I knew and trusted that Amo would reveal to us why and who was behind Royce leaving and hurting Jade. However , the chain of events that happened to our Jade after he left was shocking, and unpredictable. It left me breathless and awestruck. I hung on every syllable of this book. Dangling on the edge of my seat. It was the perfect blend of dark and devastating, delicious and deviant. It was heartbreaking but at the same time full of hope. Truly it was the best kind of story. Triumph over tragedy, and what I love the most about dark romance. It was the forbidden dark romance I was looking for and didn’t even know it. At its very deepest, and darkest core, Amo Jones tells us a tragically beautiful tale of true love so strong that it slays the nastiest of demons, overcomes the most horrific of obstacles and forgiveness that heals even the most shattered and broken.
This is a book this is almost impossible to sum up in a few sentences. Because this book is one I will think about for a long time to come. It’s one that you won’t be the same after reading. So you definitely need to read this book!!
These are the words that are flying around my head right now. I have just finished reading this twisted, dark, amazing book. The author gives a warning that this book is very dark for a reason. There are triggers. That said, I urge you to read it if dark is your thing. Jade and Royce are probably two of the most messed up people and some say they should not be together but they are so real, so beautifully broken that you can not deny them their story. This is the first book I have read by Amo Jones and I already have my second lined up. Some authors write life changing books that readers soak into their soul and she is definitely one of them.
Absolutely brilliant! Loved this.
Royce and Jade are fosters siblings ever since Jade was a baby.
Royce has been her overbearing protector, even his best friends have taken Jade underneath their wings, like most big brothers are of their little sisters. But as years go on their bond is set. No one can penetrate it.
Unfortunate circumstances come and Royce and his friends leave Jade behind.
Years later Jade has grown a hard shell. She and her best friend Sloane are attending the same university, it happens to be in Royce's town. And he's also changed.
Now answers to the road name of Sicko, V.P of the Wolfpack MC.
A whole load of trust has to be regained between the two of them.
I felt so much for Jade, I ugly cried.
She went through so much pain while Royce was gone. I totally admired her for holding her head up.
A load of drama unravels, is Jade connected?
Can they get the trust back to what they once had?
Loads of twists and turns, a curve ball you didn't see coming.
Hoping another book follows this. I need more!