Review of Marred: Kyle & Violet by Tess Thompson


*** ARC Received for Honest Review ***

4.5 stars

I have so come to love these characters from this sleepy little town. This series just keeps getting better and better. One of my absolute favorite genres is hate to love/enemies to lovers and Kyle and Violet are a great example of why.

You don’t need to read the other books to fall in love with this one, but if you have you know that Violet has not been able to stand the sight of Kyle pretty much from day one. Her stance in picketing his hotel is cute and comical. But reading her evolution and the understanding of Kyle’s childhood; and his of her background really sets the stage for sweet romance.

These books don’t really have hot and heavy sex, but what they do have is that tear jerker, swoon worthy, Lifetime movie quality that makes you want to read each and everyone. I can’t wait for the next (Review by Terri “Jane”)

****4.5 STARS****
****ARC Received for Honest Review****

I absolutely love this series by Tess Thompson, and this book was no different. She weaves magic in every couple she features in her stories/series. I, like my co-blogger/best friend, also like enemies to lovers or hate to love storylines. This whole series can be read as stand alones….but you will be missing out on an amazing series if you don’t read them all, that is just my thought process.

The story between Violet and Kyle is so intense, since they can’t dislike each other anymore? Violet takes some extreme measures with her beliefs and that measure leaves her toe to toe with Kyle. You couldn’t find two different people, with different backgrounds, different current situations, and future aspirations. To see their relationship form from enemies to something completely different is a great transition and makes for a wonderful story. One click please….-Review by Catherine(Catty)

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