Monday, 29 February 2016

Review: It Ain't Me, Babe

It Ain't Me, Babe It Ain't Me, Babe by Tillie Cole
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Its 6am and I just finished reading this book. I do not regret spending most of my night reading this book. It was a good read, it definitely kept me entertained and I was happy reading it.

This is not my first Tillie Cole book so I knew what to expect when it came to her writing style. The writing style is- if you cannot tell- is something can definitely read.

When it comes to the plot line of this story we meet A guy with a physical disability that just makes me melt for some reason. I love stutters to some extent and once upon a time I had a crash on a guy with one, well not as severe as this one but it was all good.

Nevertheless, we meet Salome who will be known as Mae and her lovely man, Styx. Just the name is enough to give you long beautiful dreams. He is the leader of a motorcycle club and she comes from a family of psychos. That is all I can say about her family because if I delve into them right now you will not like me.

Their story is good in short and I liked it but there were points that were unbelievable...seriously!

But that ending the unexpected “rat” who came to light near the end of the book. Really Tillie Cole? Really? Did it have to be him out of all people?

Anyway…three point five stars.


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