Book InfoRax by Aidyn Rose
Series: A Psychotic Duet #1
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Genres: Contemporary Romance, Dark Romance
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It's time to put my plan into action. I've waited long enough, watching my twin brother masturbate inside my precious Lucy. Before she can know it's me, we'll play a game. I'll do my part while ravaging her tight little body, and she'll become addicted before revealing I'm not my brother, Andrew.
All I want in life is to express my body through dance, read books, and experience the kind of love I've always read about. But has my upbringing shrouded my view of happily ever after? What will I have to go through to find my perfect match?
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Rax – My Review
I was lucky enough to beta read Rax so, by the time I read the final version, I’d already read the book twice. From the moment I read the first chapter I knew I was reading something special and it only got better with each revision.
I think the best place to start is with Rax himself. The guy is fruit loops. Absolutely, certifiably insane. He’s come up with a crazy plan to steal his twin brother’s girlfriend, without any indication from her that there’s interest, and he actually thinks it’s a good idea to go through with it. He’s also got a slight issue with his psycho side, which comes out to play when he has blackouts triggered by times of intense emotion. Let’s just say that psycho Rax has an ingenious mind for torture. You need to read those ideas to believe them! Rax’s possessive brand of obsession is intoxicating. Aidyn Rose has taken all those toxic character traits that dark romance addicts live for, she’s hyped them up and bundled them into a single character and left us with sex on legs.
Sometimes I swear there are three minds around here. Mine, my psycho’s, and my fucking dick’s.
I must admit that I wasn’t quite so enamoured with Lucy. She’s incredibly naïve when it comes to her relationship with Andrew (Rax’s twin), preferring to believe that she’s living a happily ever after than noticing the glaringly obvious signs that things aren’t right. She chooses to see the best in people and their actions where a little scepticism would go a long way to seeing things for what they really are. She’s willing to put up with a hell of a lot of toxic behaviour from Andrew because she desperately wants the kind of love her parents have.
Our protagonists don’t stay the same throughout the book. Even if the story only takes place over the course of a month, there’s plenty of time for development. Who would’ve thought that Rax could discover a sweeter side or that Lucy would grow a backbone?
The first chapter of the book is available to preview on Amazon, and it certainly sets the tone for the following pages. The steam levels in this one are off the charts. Then there’s that explosive ending. Not that you can call it an ending – it’s more like the last quarter of the book. Talk about leaving your readers with a killer cliffhanger!
My only complaint about the book was that it was too damn short. I need me some more Rax. 123 pages were just not enough for this insatiably greedy woman. I’m on tenterhooks waiting for Lucy, the second half of the duet, and I’ve got a feeling it’s going to be phenomenal.