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Book Review: Remy



Remy (Real #3) by Katy Evans: Underground fighter Remington Tate is a mystery, even to himself. His mind is dark and light, complex and enlightening. At times his actions and moods are carefully measured, and at others, they spin out of control.

Through it all, there's been one constant: wanting, needing, loving, and protecting Brooke Dumas. This is his story; from the first moment he laid eyes on her and knew, without a doubt, she would be the realest thing he's ever had to fight for.


TeriLyn's thoughts: What to say about Remy? I don't know what to say here that I haven't already said in my reviews of Real and Mine. Remy is essentially the same thing except experiencing the story with Remy rather than Brooke. I liked this book, thought it was OK. I feel like it may have been released a little too close to Mine or something. It was like re-reading Mine all over again but, obviously, from Remy's POV. Now that I'm finsihed with Remy I just feel done with Remy and Brooke. I loved Real, adored Mine, and Remy is just OK for me so I think I've had it. The way their story wrapped in Mine was satisfying for me and I could have been content stopping there. The writing is as strong as ever in Remy. I thought I knew a lot of what Remy was thinking from the first two books because he's just so...well, Remy. All of his actions in Real and Mine proved how he felt about Brooke. I never once questioned what he was doing in regards to her in either of those books. There wasn't a whole lot of mystery there. Remy is primal, instincitve, animalistic; his claiming of Brooke is indicative of those basic desires. I like those aspects of Remy, I think it makes him a man, and I think it makes their story that much sweeter. I'm just done reading about it now. It's been a little overdone for me. Although, reading his thoughts I learned he struggled more than I thought he did but still in the realm of what I imagined. So Remy provides a bit new content to progress the series (but not too much) and while the insight into Remy was honest and refreshing I still felt like it was redundant. Just an OK 3 hearts for me.








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