I’m Blake McQueen, daughter of Miles McQueen: businessman, politician, all around upstanding member of the community.I’m told that name means something, but well, I’ve pretty much doused it in petrol, set it on fire, and taken a shit on it for good measure. I like to think of myself as a walking middle finger.
My name is now synonymous with booze, parties, sex, and drugs. I have to read the newspaper in the morning just to see where I was, possibly who I fucked, and judge my state of inebriation based on how much tit or minge is splashed across page five.
Judge me all you like, love me, hate me. I don’t give a fuck.
Life’s a party and you should never stop dancing.
But even the sweetest of highs has it’s low. There is only so high you can go before you fall, and fall I did, right into the arms of the only man that could possibly stop me from crashing and burning. I’ve always been untouchable. I’ve never cared enough to be touchable. Until now.
Love is the most destructive drug of all.
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She’s a self-confessed shameless pervert, who may be suffering from slight peen envy.
** ARC Received in exchanged for an honest review **
Let me just start off this review with saying that I am not someone who generally enjoys drug use in my novels, at least for recreational purposes. That being said, Blake’s copious drug abuse was a crucial part of the story so I understood and accepted it.
Blake is a trust fund baby, whose father is the Minister of Justice looking for his next political position. Her mother is the perfect politician’s wife and entrenched with how the proper daughter should act. Blake is just as dedicated into being the exact opposite of “the proper daughter”.
Rhett (I love his name!) is this strong alpha enigma. He comes into Blake’s life just before her life seems to go into more of a freefall. He has a positive effect on Blake and her lifestyle that she recognizes and appreciates. But why is he in Blake’s life? But Rhett is seriously swoon-worthy, regardless of his purpose.
This book was amazing! The story of Blake’s life and the events that cause her to act the way she does and do the things she does. Blake’s rebelliousness is easy to relate to although my life and hers are vastly different.
5 Amazing stars!!