Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Book Review of Bottom Feeder by Maria G. Cope



Graduating high school was Maddy Carrington's chance to leave her abusive childhood behind. When she discovers her father is a murderer, her chance of getting out of Georgia alive comes from a nineteen-year-old war veteran with deadly secrets that may cost both of their lives. 

Jackson thought the worst of his battles were over. Returning from a year-long tour in Afghanistan, he planned to relax and eat his way through every restaurant in Savannah. That is, until he makes a deal with the South's most notorious crime boss, Cordell Carrington.

They want to tell you their story with one stipulation: absolute confidentiality.

**This book contains mature language, mild violence, and mild sexual content. Discretion is advised**


I discovered this book because it was free and because I had major cover love.

I can't help it! I know I can't judge the book by it's cover and this one was a prime example.  I am SO confused with this book! The writing had it's choppy moments but I was still intrigued enough to keep reading. I was enveloped in the story and I wasn't expecting certain things in the story. 

I was intrigued enough to finish the book in mostly one sitting. It had a lot of things going for it. I found myself extremely annoyed by the characters sometimes. I understand that they need to develop but a certain character didn't develop until the last 40 or so pages. I don't know. I just don't know. The main thing that pissed me off was the kind of non ending. There's no ending for a certain plot. I'm so confused. Is there another book? What's going on? 

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