I cannot tell a lie. I actually didn't think I would like this book once I started.
While reading, I was mostly focused on liking Malcolm...HARD. He's super intense and a man of few words. He is an action kind of guy, and very alpha in all ways. I didn't think I would like Rachel, and how she would be written. By that I mean, over explanations on her thoughts and feelings ((on a "scientific" level)). Some of that stuff could be cut out. We get it, we know how you feel after the first few sentences. With that being said, Rachel turned out to be an h I liked for the most part. I loved the fact she was heavy into campaigning against violence, and stood up strongly against it. I loves it even more when Malcolm took an interest in it more for her sake. ((Mural prints, enough said)). I just wished she could have come to her moral senses a lot quicker than she did, but then again, we wouldn't have such a (sad) story. I also loved her loyalty to her mother and her best friend, Gina. I think she is a very admiral and loyal to a fault.
I just want to reiterate how much I loved Malcolm. I'm still thinking about his intensity and is green eyes, both on fire and made of ice. By the end of this book, you are just going to be heartbroken, and yes ladies and germs, it is a doozy of a cliffy, but Malcolm is so worth it.
4 stars for overall story, 5 stars to Malcolm Saint (Sin).
***Given as an ARC for Divas Discussions Book Club in exchange for an honest review***
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