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Ruckus (Sinners of Saint Book 3) (English Edition) Format Kindle
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- ASIN : B071J38YF4
- Langue : Anglais
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 370 pages
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To say that Ruckus brought out emotions is an understatement. I loved, I hated, I screamed, I swooned, I cried...
No need to tell you how awesome LJ Shen's writing is, I think you know it, by now; I absolutely loved the tone of that book. Writing about such difficult matters can be very tricky and make me enjoy that kind of story is a challenge!!! But no, the author kept the plot well balanced between the sweet moments and the harder ones, Rosie 's health issues were incredibly well handled, so were her relationships with her family, even if those were the parts that made me scream because her parents and sister just suffocated me.
Rosie is a fabulous character, very strong, kind, sarcastic, self-confident, persistent. Ruckus? Awww, such a beautiful person.
"I was big, commanding, and confident. And I was trouble." "If it’s corrupted and dirty and fun— I’m all over it."
That laid - back personality hides a deep problem and even deeper secret, though and that simply make Dean's character all the more lovable.
"His drinking, excessive pot-smoking, and raging addiction to everything sinful and fun— saddened me."
I loved the banter between Rosie and Dean, how she seems unfazed by his relentless unuendos and constant advances.
"Fuck yeah , little pixie. Bottle that rage and save it for when I roll you between my sheets."
Their chemistry is incredible, they are attuned, complete each other.
He doesn't baby her, cares for her but tries to let her live and take her decisions, which was refreshing, her family being overprotective to the point of becoming downright nasty.
Ruckus is about friends and family, daring give in to love when time is ticking out.
Their story is really moving because together they found a real partner to overcome their weaknesses.
I read Vicious first and found Vicious too violent for me. I read Defy after and liked the story of Melody and Jaime. But I found Ruckus better than those two books. Because there is much more suspense and complexity in the story. It is also a story about family secret and how they can affect the development of the future generation.
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Dean Cole, resident addict and chill guy of the Four HotHoles is a mess. He puts out this calm, cool and collected persona, the playboy who never wants to settle down and just goes with the flow, but underneath he is complex, broken and fragile, and all you want is to see is him heal. He has so many layers, it was such a ride to see him peel back each one as he got closer and closer to Rosie, the one who got away, the one girl whose attention he wants but never gets, the sister of his only serious girlfriend.
Rosie Le Blanc, the younger sister of Emilia in Vicious, has always loved Dean. But her need to protect those she is closest to has meant that she puts her family first always, because as a sufferer of Cystic Fibrosis, she knows her life will be cut short. Because of this, she watched Emilia and Dean as a couple in high school, resigning herself to never being with him. Ten years later, she is determined to live her life to the fullest and achieve her dreams, whilst also staying realistic about her illness. She longs to be treated as a person though, and not be defined by her CF, something that her parents and sister struggle to do. Dean, however, doesn’t. He doesn’t treat her like she is fragile, he protects her and heals her, and they make each other whole and happier than they have ever been. They open up to one another fully, embracing each other’s flaws and accepting them for who they are. But that doesn’t mean that Rosie doesn’t stand up for herself and push Dean into letting her in. These heroines of the SoS series surely know how to give their heroes a run for their money, they push back at every chance they get.
Dean and Rosie were always meant to be, but events took place which prevented them from ever seeing where their chemistry could go as teens. A decade later, when they are thrown back into each other’s lives thanks to Vicious and Emilia, they see that chemistry never really went away, they just need to overcome the boundaries which are now between them. The flashbacks helped to see the foundation of their bond, even though the denying of feelings was tough to read at times. Secrets are kept and once they are revealed, everything in Dean’s life is thrown into question, which causes a knock-on effect in Rosie’s. The ending is a shocker and left me desperate to know the ending, and LJ wrote it perfectly. She stays true to the characters and doesn’t sugar-coat anything.
I adored Dean and Rosie’s story, they are up there with Vicious and Emilia. I am predicting that by the end of this series, I will struggle to pick my favourite couple. They are all unique in their own way but so lovable. Ruckus was brilliant, a truly gripping story that plays with your heart and your emotions. I loved every page and I believe Dean and Rosie were always written in the stars.
Rosie has been in love with Dean forever.
Dean has been in love with Rosie since he first layed eyes on her. No one else compares for either of them.
Why weren't they together then you may ask. Well that's the thing theirs is a love story that's both tragic and beautiful. Two people that clearly belong together but circumstances kept them apart and It was easier to waste the years.
This is their story and it'll own your heart. These two are the epitome of Soulmates for me.
Whether you like Dean from previous books or hate him. He will win you over in this one I'm sure. I absolutely love him.
I loved Rosie she is so brave and such a little fighter. She amazed me.
This story is just so emotional I was a nervous wreck the whole time. But I loved it all.
Leigh has done a fantastic job with this one. She never fails to amaze me. Do yourself a favour and read this, infact just read them all. You won't regret it.
In the end I loved this story, I found it a little more difficult to get into but that could have been me. Dean was nothing like I expected from previous encounters in the two books before and it took a little longer to get my head around but once I did he started to melt my heart. I enjoyed getting to the bones of his and Rosie's rocky relationship and seeing them break down walls the other had built and learning about each other and themselves and being themselves in ways they had never been before.
I may not have loved them quite as much as others in this series but their story is theirs and unique just like them and once I got to know them better falling in love with them wasn't difficult. I loved where their story took me and the way it made me feel, especially at the end.
This is the third book in this series,starting with Vicious,Defy then Ruckus,and i thought that nothing could beat the first book but WOW this is my favouite by far,i loved it.
This book broke my heart and also made me smile,for me that is a sure winner and kept my attention all the way though.
Dean was a hot sexy,hard drinking,pot smoking manwhore,who had lots of problems from his past but as soon as he saw Rosie she was the only girl for him,but a decade went past before they met up again,and the spark was still there for them both.
This story about Dean Cole and Rosie LeBlanc starts after Rosie was back on the * singles* scene as this pair had been in love for a decade and nether knew that about the other.These two are a epitome of soulmates that for me was desind to have that HEA.
I fell in love with these pair,Dean with his dirty talk and Rosie with her sassy mouth,i loved this story and was a nervous wreck thought this book as couldn't put it down,i read this in two sessions.
Rosie had Cystic Fibrosis and was living on borrowed time with Dean not being the easest of boyfriends but his love for Rosie had no bounds and was all comusming that it broke my heart and i was scared he was going to mess up.
The ending i didn't see coming that it blew me away and had me in tears (damm you for that L.J.Shen) but i wouldn't of had it any other way,you had me on the edge of my seat what the outcome would be.This story will stay with me for along time i am sure,and for a writter to do that you just know that was a hell of a great book
With the story going back and forth over the span of approx. 11 years, we get to see the early interactions between Rosie and Dean, Dean’s subsequent relationship with Rose’s sister, Millie, and now, in the present day, what life is like for Rosie and Dean living under the same roof but at the same time emotionally miles apart.
Rosie is still battling her illness and despite her parents’ wishes she is determined to maintain her independence and to continue living in New York. Dean’s pursual of her is relentless and appears purely sexual and it’s something that just makes Rosie dislike him even more. Yes, her heart has belonged to him since they were young, but now she sees him for what he is and that’s a manwhore.
Dean being Dean continues to do what he does best and that’s drink, drugs and sex but at the same time, continues try to make Rosie realise that they were destined to be together. Not without his own fare share of problems in this book, Dean hides his pain and suffering behind his bravado and when things get really dark for him, there’s only one person to save him from his suffering but in return can he save Rosie from her life shortening illness?
Despite waiting ever so patiently to get my hands on Ruckus I found that Dean’s story fell a little flat for me. I found myself skimming over large parts of his story and only really enjoying the book when Dean and Rosie spend time together and that's when the story comes alive. Their connection, although initially tentative, soon becomes all consuming though and as their story progresses, I did find myself enjoying the book a little more. I just couldn’t connect with Dean overall though, sadly. I also did not enjoy the story swinging back a forth over the years as this came across a little unnecessary, and at times, repetitive. The first few pages of the book, and in particular LJ Shen’s penmanship, blew me away but sadly even her wonderful writing style did not heighten my enjoyment on this occasion. That said, the epilogue was particularly poignant and at least I finished the story on a high note.