- Out of Control is a novel I was quite interested in reading because of Nereyda from Mostly YA Book Obsessed stellar review - the premise sounded exactly like something I would love, I like the concept of a couple on the run with the bad guys chasing them by the second. The mixture of crime, romance, adventure usually gets to me - It sounds like Bonnie & Clyde. Liva resides in New York City with her father, one night, she witnesses a brutal murder happen. The point is she never actually saw the murderer.. Liva is taken into police custody for her safety and she is underage as well. The police station turns into a shoot out soon, she turns to the help of a car thief by the name of Jay who was being charged in the station, did I mention he is of course, handsome? Now they're on the edge, running from the world.
- Well hello, dangerous romance and kickass action.. Out Of Control is a novel that is addicting, I enjoyed this novel immensely - I could not put this book down! This is probably going to be a gushing review so YOU'RE WARNED... I loved reading this book, it's kind of obvious with the premise it's meant to be with me. I had to finish it one setting - It is not a long book, it's moderate. I stayed up until 3 A.M to finish this novel - nowadays, it takes me a couple of chapters to get really into the book, it was not the case with this book. The very first page of the novel is intriguing - I tried to read the book as fast as possible because I could not wait to find what happens next - it's just wonderful.
- Liva is half middle-eastern and half Russian, Jay is Spanish. How exotic would their children be. I did like the character growth of Liva, she goes from being judgmental and matures as the story progresses. I actually loved both of the characters. The characters were lovable especially the male lead Jay. Jay was swoon worthy for sure, and I love how supportive he was of Liva. They're complete strangers, yet they take care of each other in more ways than possible. Maybe, he's the hero so he was doing such a noble deed, otherwise I'm not sure If I would endanger my life where there is no hope to save someone else's. The only expectation would be my immediate family and close friends. The romance was pretty sweet, I completely adored it - I wouldn't say it was insta love, but it was more on the lust side after the second meeting. The slow burn and chemistry was intense - Liva and Jay must depend on each other to save their lives, under unfortunate circumstances -you have to take help from wherever you can get it to stay alive. The romance keeps you on edge and keeps you on your toes, I ADORED THIS BOOK, I cannot stress that enough.
- There's nothing about the novel Out of Control that I actually disliked. The plot was engaging and fantastic - I did like that novel also had a realistic concept to it as well with human trafficking. I didn't expect to see that plot twist coming! I would really like to see a movie of this novel, it's mostly romance with action and the vivid imaginary was spectacular. It was an entertaining read that I would really commend - I would have liked one more chapter after the ending though - I'm hoping there is a sequel for this book since I do want to know how do they cope with the relationship now? Does it last? I have some questions left unanswered. There is a bit of stereotypes in this novel that shouldn't have been there, but it's showing characters through fiction and Liva does develop character growth by the end of the book - I would give Out of Control 5 butterflies, it's one of my newest favorites and I'm quite excited for more of the author's work! This novel is clearly being added to my recommendations list - I'm definitely looking into her Lila series and Come Back To me.
Recommended for Becoming Rain, and Bonnie & Clyde.