Book Review The Not-Outcast by Tijan

Dec 082020
 

The Not-Outcast by Tijan

Cutler Ryder was everything I wasn’t.

He was the hockey star. I was an outcast.
He was best friends with my stepbrother, that same stepbrother who hated me.
His two parents loved him. My mom was a junkie. My dad barely knew me.

Years passed.
I got my life together.
Cut went onto NHL stardom.

Then there was a text.
I was drinking.
There was a party.
Cut was there…

I loved Cutler Ryder since the first moment I saw him.
The only problem? He never knew I existed.
Expected publication: December 1st 2020

This book as soooo many others written by TIjan was a rollercoaster of emotions. I kid you not! If you’ve read Ryan’s Bed, you might know what I am talking about.

At 15% i started to really get into the story, the emotions and the intriguing plot had me blowing full steam. I devoured this book this evening and kind of forgot about the world for a bit. This is what this book does to you, it sucks you in and keeps you there.

Well done, Tijan. Happy to have read another great book.

A small warning, this book deals with mental issues and the life of a kid who was outcast by everyone but managed to come out a successful young woman.

Chayenne fought against the system, her unfortunately parents and her imaginative crush on Cut Ryder, her step brother’s best friend. Now she deals with her emotions and the line between reality and her coping mechanism for when she was young. This will add more on her because finally Cut sees her. Wants her.

Turns out she was in love and now Cut is interested. They are all grown up, but the family drama is still there and secrets are to be exposed.

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