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Sarah O’Brien is alive because of the pact she and her brother made twelve years ago — James will protect her from their violent father if she promises to never leave him. For years, she’s watched James destroy his life to save hers. If all he asks for in return is her affection, she’ll give it freely.

Until, with a tiny kiss and a broken mind, he asks for more than she can

Until, with a tiny kiss and a broken mind, he asks for more than she can give.

Sam Donavon has been James’ best friend — and the boy Sarah’s had a crush on — for as long as she can remember. As their forbidden relationship deepens, Sarah knows she’s in trouble. Quiet, serious Sam has decided he’s going to save her. Neither of them realizes James is far more unstable than her father ever was, or that he’s not about to let Sarah forget her half of the pact…
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    Tessamari ♥Many Waters...♥ ~ Sweet Spot Book Blog

    4.75-5 Stars

    **WARNING** I’m an emotional wreck and cannot control the verbal vomit that will most likely come out of my mouth. So with that said, the following may contain spoilers and some expletives. You have been warned. Proceed at your own risk 🙂

    You’ll never know dear, how much I love you. Please don’t take my sunshine away.

    “No, I love you. You’ve never loved me, even though it’s supposed to be me and you, forever.” He reaches for my waist and buries his sticky face in my stomach. “Why


    **WARNING**
    I’m an emotional wreck and cannot control the verbal vomit that will most likely come out of my mouth. So with that said, the following may contain spoilers and some expletives. You have been warned. Proceed at your own risk 🙂

    You’ll never know dear, how much I love you. Please don’t take my sunshine away.


    “No, I love you. You’ve never loved me, even though it’s supposed to be me and you, forever.” He reaches for my waist and buries his sticky face in my stomach. “Why can’t I be enough? I want to be enough so fucking bad.” ~ James

    Fuck. My. Life. I waited forever for this book to come out. The release date was pushed back so many times, I was ready to say fuck it and not even bother to read this. Alas, I had to find out if it was worth the wait. Well, let me state for the record: This was worth the wait, well…at least to an extent.This story is not fluffy and far from an easy read. This broke me. I’m hurt and I’m just flat out numb from the experience. I want to hate this, I really do, but I just can’t. It was definitely a couldn’t put it down story. Just be prepared for a highly emotional read.


    I have no idea what he sees in me. Strength, he says. Beauty. A big heart. I see none of these things. I see fear, flaws, and a heart so full of blackness I can’t give up my own selfish wants to set him or my brother free.

    This story is told from our heroine, Sarah’s, POV. Her family life is fucked up. Her dad is an alcoholic and a former boxer with lots and lots of regrets. He takes out his drunken aggression out on his kids, James and Sarah. James has always been her protector; her savior. He takes the brunt of punches and does everything in his power to protect her. The only drawback to James’ protectiveness is his obsession with her. He makes her promise to never leave him. Their lives both revolve around each other. She cannot and will not do anything intentionally to hurt her beloved brother. The guilt he lays upon her binds her to him. However it becomes clear that his feelings for her is starting to become more than sisterly, especially when his best friend, Sam, is showing interest in her.

    Sarah has been interested in Sam for as long as she can remember. When they start to form a relationship, her feelings are mixed with elation and worry. She can be herself with him. He knows her every flaw, both inside and outside ones. Even after seeing all her scars, he still loves her. She doesn’t understand why, but is grateful for the love and friendship he provides. Sam fills a big hole in Sarah’s life that James cannot fill, no matter how much he wants to. She doesn’t want to break her brother’s heart and knows James is capable of hurting Sam if he ever found out about them, so they keep hush-hush, at least for now.


    While being with Sam is every bit as incredible as I’d dreamt it’d be, he’s temporary. James is permanent.

    While most stories are transparent and you know who the heroine should pick; most of the time, I want to smack some sense into her. However, this was not the case. I wanted her with Sam, more than anything, but I can understand her loyalty towards James. How could you not? He’s been her everything. After all they’ve been through, I understand her hesitance. Don’t get me wrong, I wanted her to choose Sam, but the choice really wasn’t easy to come by. My mind and heart hurt at Sarah’s predicament.

    Towards the end of the book, my heart was racing and I was eager to know how this will all come to a close. Without spoiling much, let me just state that I was an emotional wreck, still am actually. I wanted to give the book less stars, but I just couldn’t. It was such a good story, but I wished the ending took a different route.

    If you decide to read this, you are in for one heck of an emotional story. There are moments where you will cringe. I guarantee you will feel conflicted and your heart will be torn to shreds, but I cannot deny the long lasting impact this story had on me. So there you have it. Go forth and read this at your own risk. You will either hate it or appreciate it for the incredible emotions it’ll illicit from you.

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    If you’re interested, there is an alternate ending (which BTW, made me smile 🙂
    http://www.kateavelynn.com/alternate-…

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    **Below is my rant regarding the drama surrounding the release date. I want to delete it, but decided I want to keep it for sentimental reasons. Teehee. ;)**

    Update July 31, 2012 September 10, 2012

    What. The. F*ck!!?? Now October November release date? It was suppose to come out tomorrow October! What the f*ck is going on with this book? Just terrible. :-/

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    4.5 STARS

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    “I’ll always love you and make you happy,
    If you only say the same.
    But if you leave me to love another,
    You’ll regret it all someday”

    To say “Flawed” was an emotional read would be an understatement. I’m not gonna lie. I was exhausted when I finished this one. It was intense, heart breaking and depressing.“Flawed” is a story about life,family, love, loyalty, loss and so much more. It’s the story of Sarah and James, two brothers who grew up in a messed up home. Growing up with an alcoho

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    “I’ll always love you and make you happy,
    If you only say the same.
    But if you leave me to love another,
    You’ll regret it all someday”

    To say “Flawed” was an emotional read would be an understatement. I’m not gonna lie. I was exhausted when I finished this one. It was intense, heart breaking and depressing.“Flawed” is a story about life,family, love, loyalty, loss and so much more. It’s the story of Sarah and James, two brothers who grew up in a messed up home. Growing up with an alcoholic, abusive father and a drug addict mother wasn’t easy for Sarah (17) and James (19). James has always been Sarah’s protector. He has always been her best friend and the only one who really loved and cared for her. Years ago he made her promise to never leave him, to always be with him and love him no matter what. They have to endure one more year in that house until Sarah finishes high school and then they will be free.


    ”The only thing I want is to make you happy. You know that, right? Everything I do is because I love you”

    If Sarah loves James like a brother, James wants more than a simple brother-sister relationship with her. Sarah had a crush on her brother’s friend Sam since forever, but he never was interested in her. At least she thought he wasn’t. But Sam secretly wanted and still wants more than a simple friendship with her. They start to spend some time together, they fall in love and they start a secret relationship to avoid problems with James. Everything changes for all of them when James finds out about Sarah and Sam’s relationship, that Sarah lied to him, that she betrayed him when he gave her everything.


    “No, I love you. You’ve never loved me, even though it’s supposed to be me and you, forever.” He reaches for my waist and buries his sticky face in my stomach. “Why can’t I be enough? I want to be enough so fucking bad.”

    First and foremost I like to say how perfect the title is for this book. These characters are all flawed trying to find their way, to be free. What made this book interesting and different for me from other books with the same premise was James’s character. I could tell from the beginning that’s something about him, that he is different.

    And obviously he is since he’s obsessed with his sister and so possessive with her. I like to think it’s not his fault that he turned out that way, even if he as so unstable and unpredictable. Maybe because I found his character so endearing. Years he sacrificed himself to protect his Sarah and to give her everything she needs. She’s the only one who matters to him. He is loving, caring and protective with her. But he’s also a lost boy. My heart broke for him. I like to think all he wanted and needed was love and affection. I really don’t know! For me he wasn’t an anti-hero at all. He was a likeable character, even if he has his flaws. James’s character development is very well done. I really, really felt for him and I also felt his love for Sarah and also his pain.

    Sarah’s character was well developed as well. She is strong and determined to change her life and also her brother’s life and despite everything she still has hope. At times it was hard to be in her head and at times it was frustrating. I don’t know what I wanted her to do, but I wanted to try to save all of them. But of course she couldn’t. I liked her loyalty towards James and how powerful her connection with him is.

    Sam was more a side-character to me. He was so great with Sarah. He is loving and tender and attentive. He is what Sarah needs, but maybe, just maybe not what Sarah wants, because at times she seemed to be in love with James as well.

    The ending was devastating and emotional and I didn’t see it coming, but I was ok with it.

    All in all, “Flawed” was a wonderful read with an intriguing forbidden theme, a captivating plot and complex characters.


    “You are my sunshine, my only sunshine.
    You make me happy when skies are grey.
    You’ll never know, dear, how much I love you.
    Please don’t take my sunshine away.”


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    Keertana

    Nov 25, 2012

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    it was ok

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    Rating: 2.5 Stars

    You need to know straight off the bat that this is one of those reviews you should take with a grain of salt. I read Flawed just after finishing Juliet Marillier’s masterpiece, Daughter of the Forest, and you should know, that reading order did no wonders for this novel. While both novels are vastly dissimilar, they both contain protagonists who have suffered through difficult situations and while Sorcha, the compelling heroine of Marillier’s tale, managed to make me weep and fe

    You need to know straight off the bat that this is one of those reviews you should take with a grain of salt. I read Flawed just after finishing Juliet Marillier’s masterpiece, Daughter of the Forest, and you should know, that reading order did no wonders for this novel. While both novels are vastly dissimilar, they both contain protagonists who have suffered through difficult situations and while Sorcha, the compelling heroine of Marillier’s tale, managed to make me weep and feel with intensity every feeling she felt, I unfortunately can’t say the same about Sarah, the protagonist of Flawed. Furthermore, Flawed is a novel that left me confused. I was forced to simply think about this book when I was finished with it – just not in a good way. It didn’t compel me to question society and think deeply about the issues this book covered, it simply made me think about why the book ended the way it did and how I actually felt about it – two questions I’m still not sure I entirely have the answers to.

    Flawed is one of the most perfectly names books I’ve come across. It is flawed, just as the characters and the lives they lead are as well. Flawed starts off immersing us into a world of horror, sadness, and misery. Sarah and her older brother, James, have grown up in an abusive household. Not only does their father repeatedly beat them, but their mother is a drug addict and as such, they have been forced to rely solely on one another as they’ve aged. At a young age itself, the two siblings made a pact: James would protect Sarah from their father’s beatings as long as Sarah promised never to leave him. While Sarah sees nothing harmful in this simple promise, the true repercussions of it are felt later on in her life as she begins to fall for Sam, the sweet-spoken and gentle friend of James. As James witnesses their romance blossoming, his own pent-up feelings for his sister – not-so brotherly ones, mind you – begin to come to the surface. In this flawed world, is there any real hope for Sarah?

    No, there isn’t. I hate to say it, but this book ends on a note that leaves me angry, upset, and feeling like I wasted my time because, to put it bluntly, this is not a story of hope. It isn’t even realistic, which is usually the other option when we are faced with novels that don’t feature around a theme of hopefulness. I’m getting ahead of myself though – we’ll talk about the end at the end. Firstly, what you need to know is that Flawed is a surprisingly quick read. It’s short, its chapters are short, and it will have you turning the pages in anticipation. Sarah and Sam’s romance is sweet – if you’re into sweet. I, on the other hand, yearned for more substance from Sam. If you liked Zeke from The Immortal Rules or Jase from My Life Next Door, then chances are you’ll love Sam. Like Zeke and Jase, Sam is perfect – too perfect. For a novel named Flawed, Sam ironically has none, which, for me, makes him a romantic interest who was sweet, but nothing else.

    Sam aside, Sarah was a compelling heroine. It was evident that she was torn, both between accepting her love for Sam and staying true to her promise to her brother. Sarah realizes that James’ feelings for her are not normal and while she keeps him at an arms length physically, she too realizes that she needs James just as much as he may need her. Unfortunately though, this is never further explored. We have on our hands an intriguing psychological situation of two siblings who are too close, all due to their circumstances, but we can never see the repercussions or true impact of this type of a relationship. It isn’t quite incest in the way Forbidden is – these two don’t love each other and they don’t struggle to want to be together. Instead, they rely on each other for support, but in an unhealthy manner. While I found this all very interesting, I was disappointed that this was never explored further.

    What prevented this novel from progressing to the depths it could have gone to? Well…the ending. It was convenient. Avelynn creates raw, tortured, and different characters, but instead of dealing with them, we have a rather convenient ending that very abruptly ends the story. A cop-out? I believe so. I guess readers were meant to cry and scream at the injustice of this ending or feel terrible for our protagonist, but contrary to all that, I just felt a massive dose of disappointment. Now, contemporary isn’t my preferred genre, so perhaps I go into it expecting a little bit more to really “wow” me, but somehow, this book failed to deliver.

    My personal qualms aside, as a piece of literature, I believe Flawed tackles on more than it can truly handle. We have an abusive father, a drug-addict mother, and two psychologically messed up siblings, one of whom is the victim of unrequited love with his own sister. Hmm…seems plenty complicated to me. Now, throw in a best friend romance, a protective older brother, lots of sneaking out to make-out, and some issues concerning sex and we literally have two books on our hands, only they’re smashed into one and the issues concerning both fail to be developed to their full potential or degree.

    All in all, I can’t say I really recommend Flawed. On the other hand, it was a novel that kept me entertained, captivated, and I enjoyed it a lot while reading it, but the overall impression it left with me was one of disappointment. I feel as if this novel could have been so much more and truly had the potential to resonate with the reader, but alas, I know this is one I’ll be forgetting easily. Yet, it seems as if I am – as I usually am, really – a black sheep when it comes to this novel. In fact, the majority of preliminary reviewers have loved this one and if you’re a fan of contemporary, issue books, or very sweet romances, you won’t be disappointed. If, however, contemporary isn’t your usual cup of tea, you only pick up issue books with severe persuasion, and you need your romances to have a little more, you may want to look elsewhere.

    You can read this review and more on my blog, Ivy Book Bindings.
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