Bent

Book Review - BENT by WYSTERIA WILDE

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This is my first book by Wysteria and I can say that I want to read more. In this book you meet Michael and Nick, college roommates and best friends. Annabelle and Brooks, her long time guy friend are also beasties and go to the same college as Michael and Nick. Nick and Annabelle get together and have to hide it because her brother, Michael won't allow it. There are a lot of things going on with these characters. There are a lot of twists and turns and I can't wait to see how things turn out in the next book.

The start of this series was an interesting one. The author writes an entertaining tale... Not much is revealed in this story about Nick, what his past was, or what Annabel has to do with any of it or is she just a "happy" coincidence? The big "ta-ad is Annabel's older brother, Michael, and his nefarious "plans". Like I stated above the story is entertaining, could use some work, editing-wise, some of the dialogue seemed forced, the characters maturity level were up and down at times but, not a bad beginning.

In book one of What Was Everything: Nick Bignanni was somebody—and then he was nobody. By the time he was in high school, he still loved his father but hated his alcoholism, and he loved his mother (more) but resented her for her alcoholism—and infidelities, all of which culminated in him entering into a toxic, drug and sex fueled relationship with a girl named Beth. He was only n