Review: Flaw by Ryan Ringbloom

Ryan Ringbloom lives for anything Romance. The passion, love, angst, awkwardness… she loves all of it. When Ryan needs a break from reality she sneaks off to read a romantic story or write one of her own. Drinking coffee, reading Tweets and hugs from her five year old are the best part of her day.

What can be said about Josh Brewster? Nothing good, that's for sure. Just ask anyone. They'll be quick to tell you. Josh is a selfish, sweet-talking manipulator who will charm you in a minute, all the while planning his next move. He uses. He leaves. All Josh desires is things that come easy. Why actually work hard for something when you don't have to?

When Josh comes to face to face with a girl who’s doesn’t make anything easy, Josh begins questioning the game he's played so long. He’s suddenly eager to learn how to work for something he never imagined wanting. Can a player really change his ways? Better yet, will his past forgive? 

Aidan Turner has had a rough life, a life that has only become harsher as he's gotten older. The scars across his face serve as a constant reminder of the haunting nightmares from his past life. Seeing himself as nothing but a monster, Aidan believes no one will ever be able to look past his flaws. 
His reasoning is about to change when his very own beauty comes barreling in, sparking emotions he'd thought he'd never feel. Love sizzles between them, but his friendship with another girl complicates everything, especially after the nature of their friendship becomes confused. Will friendship overshadow his true feelings and ruin both couples’ chances at happiness? 

A story of four twenty-somethings, Josh, Aidan, Becca, and Jodyn, who are flawed on the inside and out. As they navigate through hookups to love, they discover even the path to your soul mate is thorny.
Ryan Ringbloom's tale of young love seems a bit overdone at times, at others the requisite emotion is missing from the moment. While the reader discovers these people possess flaws in their physical or emotional makeup, those flaws don't seem to be exploited to their true potential. There were redeeming moments, but those were too far into the story to salvage it. For a fast read about life during college, this is your first pick. I can say it was an enlightening tale of what not to do in a relationship." rel="nofollow">a Rafflecopter giveaway


Ryan Ringbloom said…
Thank you for reading and reviewing!
Thanks for participating in the Flaw Review Tour! Love your review! I can't wait to read more reviews from you!

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