Monster Stepbrother by Harlow Grace

His dark obsession runs deep.

He’s obsessed with her.
She’s addicted to him.
Two damaged souls.
Will they heal or ruin one another?

How does a girl go from being Daddy’s precious doll to a different kind of toy?
Easy really. When my father remarries it changes the course of my life and everything becomes . . . complicated.

My new stepbrother is a monster who hates me. Unapologetic, controlling, and brazen, he’s intent on making my life a living hell.
Oliver King makes the rules. Whenever he wants. However he wants. Wherever he wants.
My head screams this is wrong, but I can’t resist giving in to forbidden desires.
I want it as much as he does.

I’m his possession, his ultimate pleasure, his dark obsession.
My addiction to him grows to a dangerous level. I can’t stop craving more from the man who has made me his and ruined me for anyone else.
Can what starts out as lust and vengeance end as love?
Can we take away one another’s pain and ease one another’s fears?

Nobody said life or love was easy.
My name is Maya Childs, and this is my story.

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5 Stars

This book was really REALLY good. I actually think the synopsis is very misleading and unfortunate. I think it’s a shame that people might skip this book because it sounds like Oliver is some kind if abusive rapist who forces Mia into things and that COULDN’T BE FARTHER FROM THE TRUTH. Oliver is very alpha and very damaged, but he’s not bad and he’s not abusive to Mia.

This book is a love story with two very damaged, very self destructive people stuck in no win situation. The relationship is steamy as hell and dirty too, with two people fighting their very mutual attraction and losing. There are some brutality and dominance aspects of the sexual relationship, but in a mutual, hurt so good kind of way. This book is good, it made me cry, it made me smile, it made me believe and want and fear and pull for both characters. This book went immediately into my favorites shelf and it will definitely be reread by me.

For me this book was similar to Stepbrother Dearest, but with a darker undertone and absolutely as good if not better.

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