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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Tear Asunder: Bonus Edition (English Edition) (Kindle Edition)
I really wanted to like this book, but there were a few really anoying things.
After reading with you, it wasn't really clear what Logan felt for Emily and it just got worse. To protect her, he had to hurt and humiliate her. I get that. He did everything to safe her, you could see that. But then, he just assumes everything will be the same as it was and she'll forgive and forget everything.
What Eme went through was traumatizing but i didn't really had the feeling she was suffering. It was more as she knew she should suffer and told herself to do so but wasn't really convinced herself.
What annoyed me, was that it was explained how Emily fell for Logan but not viceversa. His POV wasn't really clear on that point. He saw her and didn't like her until she told him she was assaulted and suddendly he wanted to do everything to protect her? She would be the only thing to keep him alive and he would give his life to save her? Not really convincing.
And other thing was, that even if Emily wouldn't let herself fall for Logan again and tried to keep her distance, she wasn't very strong about it. For example, she was tortured and nearly drowned and Logans best idea is to throw her in the pool. Normally she should have had a panic attack, but noooo, not Emily. Then Logan wants to tie her up, after everything she went through and of course she wants it because he so exactly knows what she needs.
Don't get me wrong, i like alpha males. But a guy commandig his woman and loving her for being submissive i cannot understand. Where's the fun when you snip your fingers and your girls follows your every command? And Emily, supposed to be sooooo strong and brave, is happy with whatever Logan decides for her because he is her man and he knows best what she wants. Uuuuhm, really? Nothing against some kinkiness in the bed room, but this is just a girl without a spine and a own opinion and a guy who loves to order around and use his girl. That isn't love, that's convenience.