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Rule by Jay Crownover Review

Rule by Jay Crownover
Rule is a tattoo artist, who enjoy a life with no restrictions, and he is not going to let goody two-shoes Shaw hinder it. Little does he knows she is just what is missing out in his life.

Rule is the fist book in the Marked Men series by Jay Crownover. As of this moments there are a total of six books with the exception of Asa, the sixth book expected to be released on April 21st of this year.

Marked Men series:
1.) Rule
2.) Jet
3.) Rome
4.) Nash
5.) Rowdy
6.) Asa

Upon finishing this book, I felt withdrawal since I have became attached to Rule and Shaw. Similar to a good girl falls for bad boy category, these two have an intense dynamic:
"...opposites don't just attract, they freaking catch fire and burn the entire city down."
It pretty much sum up the chemistry between them. When they first met, it left a permanent mark in her mind, and heart even when they get under each other skins. He is the typical guy, who had no idea she has feelings for him until they started dating.

A story with two perspectives that gives readers a glimpse into the minds of Shaw and Rule. It was one of the reason I enjoyed reading this book. Stories told from a female or male characters may get monotonous after a couple of chapters. With both viewpoints, I felt as though I was inside their heads; rather than siding one side on a particular event.

If any readers are searching for a book with good girls, and bad boys, especially with tattoos, then this it the story. I highly recommend to those who enjoy adult romance filled with passion and funny moments. Just  a warning that it's a college romance story, so there will be some adult situations.

Rating: 5/5 stars




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References
Crownover, Jay. Rule. New York: William Morrow, 2012. Print

Goodreads. Rule. 2015. Web. 3 March 2015.

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