Scarred By Emily McIntire

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Scarred (Never After Series) By Emily McIntire


Book/Novel Author: Emily McIntire

Book/Novel Title: Scarred



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Once Upon A Time,There was a king who passed.He left behind two sons,one beloved and one outcast.The older of the two was set to take the throne,but before he could, he had to find a queen to call his own.The younger one was known to be unruly and unhinged.The chosen queen was warned to keep far away from him.Beautiful and cunning, in the light is where she stayed.But late at night, it was the shadowed lands in which she played.Mistakes were made and secrets forged;forgetting duty and her sense.And while the new king had her hand,her heart belonged to the scarred prince.*Scarred is a dark royal romance and the second complete standalone within The Never After Series: A collection of fractured fairy tales inspired by our favorite villains. It is not a retelling, and it is not fantasy. It has mature situations and themes which may be considered triggers for some. Reader discretion is advised.*
I loved this book so much! It is an amazing story. It was such a unique twist to The Lion King which so much heart and soul put into it. Definite must read.
Eh. That’s the only way I can sum it up which sucks because I wanted to like this so badly. Reading it I could tell the foundation was strong but the story crumbled halfway through the first chapter. Which is such a bummer because it had so much promise. It was fun to pick out the Easter Eggs from The Lion King/Hamlet though. The pacing was off. There wasn’t really any progress made unless it involved the main characters. The whole book seemed like it rushed through poorly articulated characters just to have as equally bland interactions between Tristan and Sara B. (Sarabi. Get it? Points for creativity!) All the dialog is stunted and stale all so it can lead up to these “deep” one-liners. It makes it all seem so fake and forced. Nobody talks like that! It tries so hard to wax-poetic and just comes off desperate to sound mature and philosophical. The background characters are only there to provide fillers. There’s no depth or world exploration. She skims over the surface of everything. There’s nothing of substance outside Tristan and Sara. It feels rushed. The split narration sounds the same. Same flow, same inner dialog. There’s not separation to create 2 different people with two different narratives. And soooooo many overused phrases. The sex scenes are fast and not sexy at all. Rushed like the rest of the book. 2/5 only for the creativity.
As Peter Pan before, Lion King now. But more rough around the edges and not suitable for children definitely loving the name Tristian now after reading his. His love for his Queen is beyond written words and strikes my heart with need for it in my life; this story is wonderful in many ways, but my favorite is that of the ending I did not expect. Simon. Sweet Little Lion.
I love how you can’t help but sympathize with the villain and understand why they’re like that. Also the ending, perfect ❤
A spicy Lion King retelling set in the early 1900s. Never thought I’d say that. Lo!. Enjoyable. easy read. This author sets a perfect pace for her stand alones. I love messy love stories! Spice level 5 /5.
After reading Hooked and falling in love with it I was SOO excited for the release of Scarred! And it did not disappoint. Tristan and Sara’s hate to love, Slow burn romance was absolutely perfection! I love how well the complement each-other. Tristans dirty talk was a 10/10 as well. I definitely couldn’t stop blushing while reading! I can’t wait until the next one!


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