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Tijan is a New York Times Bestselling author of the Carter Reed Series, the Fallen Crest Series, and the Broken and Screwed Series among others. She lives in. Editorial Reviews. Review. "Tijan writes with such heart and clarity." --Debra Anastasia Carter Reed (Carter Reed Series Book 1) - Kindle edition by Tijan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Tijan writes with such heart and clarity.” – Debra Anastasia Carter Reed 2 (Carter Reed Series) - Kindle edition by Tijan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This story started of so well.
The drama was riveting so much so that the novel opens with a bang, literally. As for the heroine, Emma is strong. She is willing to do whatever needed to protect those that she loves. And just when I thought it was safe to settle in with this great tale of vengeance, betrayal, and lust the author decided to derail the entire thing.
It does not make any sense. The strong and brave Emma becomes weak and needy. Carter is about as dynamic as a piece of blank paper. There is so much potential, but only if someone fills the empty space with ink. The problem is that drama alone cannot support the heavy subject matter. A tale of vengeance needs emotion, details, and even soft spots.
This story failed to deliver. It was such a disappointment. Audible Audiobook Verified Purchase. I've been told that I am like an overflowing cup of ideas. I sometimes start another in the middle of explaining one. That was the case with Carter Reed, the novel. Every time the story is going well, the strangest of conversations or outlandish situation would take place and I had to pause and wonder what utter rubbish is this?
Emma is the perfect mix between annoying female lead and wannabe bad ass female lead. One minute I'm railing for her because she's standing by her man and the next I am wondering what kind of misplaced martyrdom is this? It didn't help that it felt like a series of novellas on its first draft into becoming a novel. I like the character of Carter Reed when he is lethal, which is all he ever is, so it's safe to say I like Carter Reed but I did not like how he was portrayed and his borderline clairvoyance was cringe worthy at times.
I don't not like them as a couple but I don't understand the gaps that led to declarations of love. One night that all changed and Emma would be forever worrying about her actions, she was scared and alone and was panicking. What should she do, should she run, stay, fight or die even?? Sounds melodramatic but once you read and see what her situation is, you become frightened for her. One thing that keeps coming to the forefront of her thoughts was something her brother said.
When they were in foster care he was always with them, they were inseperable. But she was so wary, he was well known, he had worked his way up the ranks in the mob and was a force to be reckoned with. He was intimidating, people ran when he walked in a room, but he was extremely resourceful, powerful and a well respected business man…but mostly, he was extremely hot!! Smoking hot!! Pantie combusting, smoking hot!!
Emma had always felt a connection to him but it was something that was never acted upon and she was wary of being able to cope with seeing him again.
He is also extremely private. He knows he draws attention but tries to slink into the background Carter has always loved and wanted Emma, but he needed her to want him, he was a patient man, he would bide his time. He knew that she was the one for him and was willing to wait.
He knew the day would come and now that she had come to him, he was not willing to let her go. Tijan has done an amazing job of drawing the reader in and the build up throughout this book is captivating, I could not put it down.
The book is packed with emotion, you will experience it all from anger, fear, angst, passion and love. This was one dynamic duo that I was truly rooting for. He had captured me, my body and mind. As a sob rose in my throat, my body betrayed me. It softened underneath his holds. The fight was leaving me and it was being replaced with desire. No matter what was thrown at her, she dealt and played a blinding hand.
It was great to read about such a strong woman. The change in her throughout the book was totally believable, she moulded to her new life brilliantly and seamlessly without moaning. She had a few moments, but that was a minor adjustment. All I can say is Carter, you can watch over me anytime and I really mean anytime!! He has just climbed into my top book boyfriends and I really hope that this is not the end of Carter Reed.
Amazing book, totally loved it and highly recommended. No woman should go without a bit of Carter Reed in her life!! Well played Tijan, another fantastic read!
View all 9 comments. Did I have to jump on the Carter Reed bandwagon just because I saw somewhere that a sequel was coming up soon? I steered clear of this book when it first came out two years ago, despite all the hype because my gut kept telling me to stay away. Now two years later, my reckless, impressionable self throws herself all in, without bothering to check any reviews first and judge whether it was going to be worth my while.
Well, in short, this book was just The st 2. Ok, I can roll with that.
But I think what really threw me off was the writing. It wasn't descriptive enough. It felt jumpy, amateurish and as deep and complex as a two by four.
You know what kind of writing it is? I was confused about why people seemed to say such random things. I was confused about locations, spaces, people's ages, looks, occupations, Emma's bitchiness.
It was all so odd. Halfway through the book that sinking feeling of dread bloomed fully and I realized just how little I gave a damn for any of these characters. Emma annoyed me with her melodramatics, there were too many seemingly useless secondary characters.
Theresa was all over the place and seemed psycho to me. I expected her to end up being a killer but alas, nothing that interesting happened.
She was just this weird as hell character that served no real interesting purpose. If this author had spent a little more time putting Carter on the page instead of weird-shady Theresa, this would have been much more interesting. Also, the insta-lust and insta-love are pretty heavy in this book.
You get cheated out of a true organic development of the story because it turns out view spoiler [They've known each other for years because he was her brother's best friend and he's been watching her all this time and he's always loved her hide spoiler ].
Yeah, right. In fact I didn't feel anything while reading this book except a boredom edging on desperation. As for the POVs, what the hell was that? Why couldn't she keep the POVs consistent? It made Carter seem more remote and it seemed to serve no real purpose.
Despite this rant, this book was semi-decent, in that I didn't have any humongous issues that would prevent me from recommending it. It was absolutely not my cup of tea and it's the perfect example of what I've become to dread in the romance genre: An over-hyped, mediocre book with a flimsy, contrived plot, underdeveloped characters and a cheesy underlining.
Having said that, if you loved this one, I'm happy for you and it's no negative reflection on you.
This is just my sincere opinion. I thought it was irritatingly mediocre. A much better book that this really reminded me of was Crow's Row by Julie Hockley. I have a horrible track record with mafia books.
So I'm rapidly losing faith in this mob enforcer, mob killer, assassin, mafia romance genre. I hope something else comes along that makes me change my mind. Sep 30, Wendy'sThoughts added it. Sometimes I get carried away by all of the excitement generated by status updates.
Little teases of quotes from the characters dot my update page calling out to me This was that type of purchase. The cover was hot. The tease from my friends, more than hot. Click clicked and started the read. My first impression was positive I was duly shocked by the opening scene. Dramatic things were happening and I got the Sometimes I get carried away by all of the excitement generated by status updates.
Dramatic things were happening and I got the set up and situation. Yet after the set up; the layout of the story and sense of the main characters, I didn't connect the way I normally do. I understood he was the brooding dark powerful yet broken inside man I wanted more communication; ahmmm like the tease I got on my updates.
I wanted a woman equal to match him. I wanted her to be smart and even though the situation she was in was complex, I wanted her to react with more logic and sense. Didn't happen. Not for me, but maybe it will for you. I will still be excited and teased by my updates with my click click finger ready to go: Sep 21, Geri Reads rated it really liked it. Just reading from the first chapter alone, I know it's going to be good. The blurb pretty much revealed that. I know going in what was going to happen but boy, the way it was written was just fantastic.
Every emotion that Emma was feeling was so tangible. It felt like I was there myself watching all those horrible things as they unfold. Emma 4. Emma came home early only to find her best friend being raped by her douche-bag boyfriend.
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Emma did what she had to do and killed the bastard in order to save her friend. The only problem was her best friend's boyfriend was the son of a powerful mob boss. So now, Emma, along with her friend was forced to hide knowing that there will surely be retribution for what she has done. Someone who is even more fearsome and more powerful than those who are seeking her life--Carter Reed. Carter Reed grew up with Emma and her older brother AJ.
And it was Carter Reed who avenged her brother's death at the hands of the same rival mob and it was Carter Reed who, unbeknownst to Emma, continued to protect her. Carter Reed is mysterious, powerful and connected.
Emma went to him for protection. For Emma, being with him stirred up memories and feelings she had long since buried. Emma fought against those feelings knowing that Carter is as dangerous as her enemies, if not, even more so because he has the power to hurt her not only physically but emotionally as well. This book had the right amount of action, drama, betrayal and intrigue. But at the heart of it all is a love story.
Carter and Emma. We get some snippets from their children and we get a glimpsed of Carter's childhood and how it affected him. We also get to know Emma's brother through her own memories which pretty much intertwines with Carter's. The pacing was great. The characterizations were excellent.
And it was definitely one of those books that you shouldn't start at 11 pm because you're going to be up all night finishing it. Some parts are brutal and very difficult to read but still very interesting and very vital to the whole story.
The secondary characters were brilliantly written. Each of them played vital roles to the story. One thing about Tijan's characters is that you'll never know what they're going to do next. You think you know a character, you like them and then suddenly, boom! They just surprise the heck out of you. Some good and some bad. The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is the fact that the ending left me wanting. I wanted more.
But I have a feeling we're going to see more of Carter and Emma. I certainly want to see them playing a role in Noah and Theresa's story. Assuming there is going to be one. But what the heck! A girl can hope, right? ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Sep 24, Lelyana rated it did not like it Shelves: Buddy read with Audrey Thunder Audrey was being coward, she escaped her 'responsibility' to finished this!
LOL Let me tell you this. During the reading, this main character, Emma, given me a headache. Twice of migraine. She was so annoying. Drama queen, too demanding, pushy, and acted like a spoiled little princess when it comes to Carter's "service". I mean When a mob happened to be your long lost friend of a brother.
And after you set eyes on his "perfect GQ profile", you forgot about the murder you've done, and lusting after him. And it seemed that you can't stop your throbbing vagina That's Emma, everybody. Why did I finish this anyway Feels like wanted to throw Emma to the gator, and keep him for my self I think he's a lot more nauseated by her.
It proved that he's disappeared so many times, even Emma begged him to stay. This mob guy, was just like Bruce Wayne. One time he jump in and out the car at night , and then disappeared a few days maybe he's hiding in his bat cave? Don't get me wrong Even when she pursued him yup! I didn't see one tiny little spark between them.
It was just about Emma's hungry vagina. This can be a good story, if I dunno Maybe I'm in minority here This one failed me. Really sorry. View all 38 comments. Sep 18, Elizabeth rated it really liked it Shelves: Carter Reed begins with a bang.
It is a book that sucks you in right from the first page and doesn't release it's hold on you until the last word is read. Damn, I love a good book with action, romance, and lots of steam!
Emma comes home and finds her roommate being raped by her so called "boyfriend". Emma is no stranger to violence and she arms herself and takes action. No, I had killed Jeremy Dunvan. She and Mallory run to a friend's apartment. Emma needs help. She remembers that her deceased brother's best friend is very powerful. She can trust him. Carter Carter was AJ's best friend. Carter is her friend. Carter is also a killer.
He was connected to the mob. I never knew how important he was to the Mauricio Family, but I knew he was powerful. But before I slid to the floor in a crumbled heap again, he caught my arm and hoisted me to his lap. The severity of Emma's situation increases her need for Carter. He makes her feel safe. He takes care of her. He has been taking care of her for many years.
Carter has been loving Emma from afar. It was becoming difficult to breathe around this man. I always felt like I was having a heart attack, and this was no exception. I thoroughly enjoyed the supporting characters and how they played into the story. The build up between Carter and Emma was quick. Because of their previous relationship and history, it doesn't take these two long to connect.
Emma needs time to figure out who she is. However, she is sure about her place with Carter. Carter was an amazing hero. He was strong, caring, protective, passionate, loving, and HOT! I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys action in their romance books! I sincerely hope there is a follow up for this one! As I lay in his arms and as he turned for me once more during the night, our bodies moved together as one and I felt my own strength awaken inside of me.
I had grown addicted to this beautiful man. He was mine. I would always love this man. View all 14 comments. Aug 23, Vishous rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dear Carter, I am writing you this letter in hope you will read it on time! I need your help! I need you to be my savior! No, I am not in life threatening situations like Emma is, I did not kill anybody connected to mafia, but still I crave you to be my knight in shiny armor, to come and swoop me and take us to our HEA!
You can lock me and boss me all you want, I will never say no to you. Expecting your arrival at midnight under that tree in my hometowns garden where I first laid my eyes on you and Dear Carter, I am writing you this letter in hope you will read it on time!
Expecting your arrival at midnight under that tree in my hometowns garden where I first laid my eyes on you and knew it was love at first sight, when I smelled your skin, your cover that got me mesmerized till I got home. Always yours, V. View all 13 comments. Aug 29, Lady Vigilante Feifei rated it it was amazing Shelves: I am in such a blissful book hangover!! This is my fifth book by Tijan and what she promises, she delivers with a bang!
The opening scene literally stole my breath. The horrifying scene she took in, the decision she needed to make, and her tenacity and fierceness in handling the situation truly impressed me.
He had done it on purpose. He was perfect. And he was a killer. But a loyal, passionate, and driven one to be exact. No matter the time, location, or circumstance, his number one priority is Emma, and always has been Emma. I literally had no idea what was going to happen next, who would possibly die, and what the mafia had in store for them.
I will never control you, Emma. You can make your own decisions and go where you want and I will never say otherwise. I want you safe. I could probably prattle on and on about all the marvelous qualities this book possesses. No doubt about it, Tijian has always been a 1-click author for me, and Carter Reed, both the book and the man, only cements that fact.
View all 8 comments. Soooo, I read this because of my ongoing love affair with Cole Mauricio. I enjoyed it, but not to same extent as Cole. I loved the group dynamic between Cole, Em, and Carter and felt it best to start from the beginning. I'm really glad I did, because I enjoyed the story. The action and suspense were great! I had a few minor issues, but overall this was a solid read. I'd also recommend the audiobook version. The narration was good. On to Book 2. I rate it: Aug 03, Stacey rated it it was amazing.
If she was in trouble, she should go to Carter. But it's been 10 years since AJ died. In those 10 years Carter has changed. Beyond being absolutely gorgeous, Carter Reed has become a killer. He slaughtered all who were responsibl "You don't trust anyone, no one except Carter.
He slaughtered all who were responsible for AJ's death and then joined with an infamous mob family to be their hit man. This is not the Carter that Emma once knew. But when Emma walks in on her roommate being raped and choked by her boyfriend, she shoots first and asks questions later, her only option is to follow AJ's advise. Unfortunately the boyfriends family is the same family responsible for AJ's death, and now Carter must protect her.
This book started off with a bang, immediately capturing you into the story. It was intense and you needed to know what would come next that there was no chance of you putting down your ereader.
Then you get to Mr Silent but Deadly himself and you're basically in insta-love. Carter Reed is the strong silent type. He's not Mr Hearts and Flowers but when he shares his emotions, it's deep and real and you can do nothing but fall in love with him.
Plus, hello, he has no problem murdering anyone who is a risk to your safety. There's lots of action in this book, friendships tested, and a good dose of hot sex. Messages from friends while reading Carter Reed: I'm having a major book hangover September 30th!!! Can't wait!!! Jul 19, Ezinwanyi rated it it was ok Shelves: I am truly baffled at the amount of high stars for this one.
I had to scratch my head and wonder if maybe I read the wrong book. This discombobulated book starts with Emma coming home to find her roommate being raped and so she shot the rapist. She didn't call the cops, she called Carter Reed because the rapist was a mobster and so was her brother's best friend Carter Reed.
We spend the next 9 hours on audio hearing about Emma's achy thighs and quivering belly at the sound of Carter's voice. She I am truly baffled at the amount of high stars for this one. In case you didn't figure out from the achy thighs, if he doesn't touch her right now, she will explode.
Achy thigh Emma spends a lot of time blaming herself for not taking care of her roommate. They aren't best friends, they aren't related, but somehow Emma is supposed to take care of a grown ass woman--Mallory at least a girl the same age as Emma.
I never understood that but Emma is responsible for those around her though she could barely take care of herself. She turns to the infamous mobster Carter for help, but he will only offer it if she moves in with him. Because he has to have her with him, that's why.
His need to protect her is so consuming, it's overwhelming. I think I smelled the mhis from BDB. Soon after Carter proceeds to slowly drop hints about what he has done FOR achy thighs Emma, because it was all for her.
Nothing else matters, no one else matters, just Emma. OMG, I needed a drink to make it through this audiobook but had no alcohol in sight. It was just jumping from thing to thing and I thought if I had drank some glasses of wine, perhaps this story would make sense then. I would be okay with the author's rambling narrative. The transitions were so choppy, it felt like I was listening to a drunk friend talking.
The lack of development was just egregious. There was a shallow storyline here, but I was distracted by achy thighs. I couldn't connect with any character in the book. There was a lot of things that were not explained well. Oct 05, Ana O added it Shelves: Another one bites the dust.
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