[Review] The Man Without Rules by Tyffani Clark Kemp


Sebastian Boa defies all the rules. There isn't a woman who doesn't want the notoriety of being in his bed. When he crosses paths with Mariss Red at one of his clubs, his interest is quickly piqued, and he sets out to make a play for the confident beauty. But Mariss is married, and she has no desire to lose what she loves for a one night stand with the indulgent playboy.

When an attempt is made on Mariss' life, Sebastian rushes to her side. Those closest to him know that it's only a matter of time before his new infatuation causes him to crash and burn.

For a man who lives on the edge, the Rules of the chase become clear at the start. If he wants to win Mariss, he will have to play on her turf. Boundaries and all. The harder Sebastian tries, the more Mariss refuses, and the harder it gets to keep his control. The Man Without Rules finds himself changing to be worthy of the one woman who has ever told him no.


**book gifted in exchange for an honest review**
DNF at 11%. I tried, I really tried to read it
I'm not one to give up on a book, but I had to with this one. I just didn't like the characters and I felt no connection betwee the two mains.
I also felt sorry for Reds husband. Their blatant disregard for him when he's RIGHT THERE is unreal!
BTW - I don't care if it real or fictional , if you're tempted to be with someone else while claiming to love your current partner then you obviously don't and you need to break it off.
I have no idea why Boa has so much 'sex appeal' when he seems unbelievebly arrogant.
Some people may enjoy it, but I just couldn't connect with it.




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