Source: Kindle Unlimited
My gosh it’s been a minute since I’ve read a story where I was so torn on whether the heroine should give the hero a chance or to simply go on the run because he was a bat crap crazy. Who am I kidding, I love the crazy ones, the crazier the better lol.
From the craziness that was going on in the prison to trying to figure out what all Casanova was involved in to learning how he, as a prisoner, was able to run the prison like he did made Casanova and Cassidy: Thug Relationship Goals a non-stop thrill ride I was too scared to get off. The tone of the story was so different than what I’m used to with an African American Urban Fiction story. Right off the bat Cassidy didn’t move or carry herself as the heroines I was used to reading about from this genre/sub-genre, so this immediately grabbed my attention.
The main issue I had with Casanova and Cassidy: Thug Relationship Goals was how different I felt Casanova was once he got out of prison. He went from being this ruthless man who was so in control of everything and savage with it to this almost cookie cutter guy unless he was killing someone. I don’t know, it just felt like I was reading two different heroes.
Also, I got the vibe that everyone that Cassidy met while at the prison should’ve been people that she keep both eyes, ears, and nostrils on because I seriously felt like there was more to them than what was revealed. In book two I hope Cassidy starts to tighten up her circle even more especially with how her one friend started to act at the end of Casanova and Cassidy: Thug Relationship Goals.
I’m crossing all kinds of fingers and toes for book two to be released sometime soon because the ending of Casanova and Cassidy: Thug Relationship Goals literally had my jaw dropping.