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Tryst Six Venom

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It doesn’t excuse his behavior, but the more I look around at the world, Clay, the more I realize that villains are a lot more complicated than when we want them to be. Sometimes, they’re just people who are really afraid. ❞ She holds the pizza, all of her hair loose and spilling over her shoulder, and she’s so still, her gaze fixed on the food in her hands. “Was there ever anything you liked about me?” At least not until I get her alone and find out she’s hiding so much more than just what’s underneath those pretty clothes. I do agree, though, that it was strange that PD refused to explicitly write the word "lesbian" in context, when both characters clearly expressed no attraction to men, solely women. I was going to attempt and read more of this, but I realized the more I read, the more bored and frustrated I got. The whole mentality and thinking of "I hate them but I love them so I'm going to make their life a living hell" isn't my thing. But if that is your thing then I'm sure you'll like this one.

I won't look like anyone else, and while I'm not yet happy, I'm no longer trying to be something I never was.”I turn over in her arms and look at her in the dark. “All I dreamed about was someone wanting me. I wanted to look over in class and see a girl looking at me the way I looked at her. Having someone touch my fingers and hold my hand or pass me notes in class. I wanted someone to have a crush on me—someone with a soft body and soft hair.” I generally don't like when there's a lot of emphasis placed on a character being a virgin, but I loved how patient and kind Liv was with Clay. I've read some dark romance where one of them (always the guy) uses the moment where he takes her virginity to be awful and unkind. That was not the case here at all. I liked how this was a moment for them to be vulnerable, soft and patient. I loved the way these two clashed in such a feisty, toxic manner but drifted over the line into something so beautiful and uninhibited. I move in ways our facilitator will certainly hear about on Monday, but I don’t care. I rub in their face something they’ll never get. Beautiful, smart, talented, popular, my skirt’s always pressed, and I never have a hair out of place. I own the hallways, walking tall on Monday and dropping to my knees like the good Catholic girl I am on Sunday.

I’m not going to talk about the bully romance aspect. We all know the kind of story Douglas likes to write about. The bullying in this one isn’t the worst I’ve read from her or other authors. Tryst Six Venom is everything I hoped it would be and a whole lot more. I've tried to put into words all that this book accomplishes, the perspectives it shares, the lessons it teaches, and what it says about the human experience, but I simply cannot do it justice with just a handful of sentences. You need to experience it for yourself. I loved Clay. I loved the broken, insecure girl inside starving for love as much as I loved the bitchy girl inside her who know what she wants. And oh momma! She was so hot when she goes all possessive over Liv. I loved how she hate-loved Liv and how she cared about her. Tbh I hated, no annoyed with her. When she kept denying her lust for Liv and hurt Liv in the worst ways. But slowly with all the drama and all I came to love her.Tons of spice easily woven into their complicated, rollercoaster relationship. The brothers play a large enough role for Liv and for their small town and where all of the rich kids are concerned.

i had a love/hate relationship with Clay but, rather than hate, i guess it was more towards love/frustration. it’s not really her in denial that frustrated me (because it’s understandable to be afraid), but it was the hurtful words she said to Liv in the first half. i know it was a self defense mechanism thing, but the words she blurted out cut deep that i felt the pain and it wasn’t even directed towards me. despite that, i loved her growth! i think she had my favorite character arc in the book. if you compare how she was in the beginning vs end to the scene when she defended Liv from Callum and Milo, wow it was perfect honestly. Ultimately, my certainty that women don’t treat other women like this, that love between women is nothing like this, made me unable to enjoy this story. Out of all of the books, BULLY was my favorite to write. It was easier before I knew how I would be critique …more Thank you for your question! My first! :) Not to waste time. Not to leave anything unsaid. This could be it. The last time we see each other.” But even though I loved this book, I'm completely unsatisfied too. Why? Because I need more. I need a book for each and every single one of Liv's bothers. Particularly Macon and Dallas. Like I would DIE for their book. I need it BAD.She’s like every woman on his arm—the same hair, the same clothes, the same smile, because to beat she has to compete, right?

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