Tuesday, December 1, 2015

[Blog Tour] The First Last Boy by Sonya Weiss

The First Last Boy

Release Date: October 20th 2015

Genre: Adult, Romance, Erotica
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Sex was the plan. Falling in love wasn't.
Eighteen-year-old Montana "Tana" Shaw has a plan for her life and she follows it to the letter. That includes losing her virginity to her best friend, Ryan Collins before she leaves for college. He's wild, tattooed, and oh-so-tempting. She never meant to fall for him. But when Tana learns that Ryan's past is responsible for her family's heartache, she's not sure her heart or their relationship can survive.
Ryan Collins is the foster boy from the wrong side of the tracks. He's scarred, no good, and knows with a past like his that he shouldn't get involved with Tana even if the sparks are hot enough to drive him crazy. But when the past rears its ugly head, he'll become the guy he hates in order to save the girl he loves.


3.5 out of 5 stars

Going into this book I didn't know what to expect. I knew that this was going to be about two friends but I didn't know how much depth would be put into the book. I was a little nervous about Ryan because I wasn't sure what his past was going to be. I just read the synopsis and I was intrigued. Sonya Weiss brings forth a book about a boy with a troubled past and a girl that wants all of him. Weiss does great with the romance. I felt the sparks fly but I also knew it was more than just about a girl losing her virginity to her best friend. These two have a history together and they have to deal with it. 

I liked Tana's character. Although she was a in denial, she still had a strong character. I liked that she was the girl that went after what she wanted. It was hurtful to see at times, but I liked that about her. She was straight to the point when she needed to be. She was a girl after the truth. Although she did have some meltdowns she was an amazing girl. I loved the fact that she was so loving towards her brother. I also liked that she didn't try to let her past define her. She learned a lot from it. Throughout the book I was able to feel her feelings. Sometimes those feelings were too strong.

Ryan was a tough character. He was all bad boy, tattooed, and he didn't show his feelings much. But when you got to his POV he was surprising. I felt this connection to him. He did make me angry a lot though, but I saw how protective and kind he was. I saw underneath his hard exterior and I experienced his gushy insides. I loved it! I loved seeing this side to him because if I didn't, I don't think I would have liked him. His words were mean at times but it was his way of trying to protect others. I liked that Tana was him weakness. I think everyone needs to have a weakness.

Now this is going to be a little bit of a critique because I did see some faults in the book but overall I really liked it. I think that sometimes it skipped too much time. I felt like time was lost towards the end and not enough was explained. I wish that missing piece would have been included because it would have made me feel the emotions the characters would be facing during that lost time. That left me a little confused but I think other than that it was a really good book. 
About Sonya Weiss

Sonya Weiss is a freelance writer, ghostwriter and author. She's addicted to great books, good movies, and Italian chocolates. 

She's passionate about causes that support abused animals and children. Her parents always supported her bringing stray animals home although the Great Dane rescue was a surprise.

Tour Schedule
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November 26th
Book Bite Reviews - Review + Official Book Playlist

November 27th
Sunshine Girl Blog - Promotional Post

November 28th
Library of a Book Witch - Review + Playlist + Character Interview

November 29th
Addicted 2 Heroines - Promotional Post

November 30th

December 1st
Crystal's Chaotic Confessions - Story Behind The Cover

1 comment :

  1. Thank you so much for reading and reviewing the book! I appreciate it.


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