31 July 2013

Chaotic by C.A. Williams - Blog Tour, Book Review, Giveaway

Imperfection Book One
Released: May 10th 2013
Purchase: Amazon

Adelaide McGregor was spinning out of control, in a world of pain that no one knew anything about. She put up a front, displaying a picture perfect girl that everyone wanted to be, but no one was truly there for her. Then she was sent away to live near her grandparents due to bad behavior when her mother decided she just didn't want to deal with her any longer. Without a penny to her name and no where else to go, her life was uprooted to North Carolina. Everything seems to be changing for the better with her fresh new start until she meets a guy who flips her world upside down all over again. Sometimes you have to make it through the struggles of imperfection in life for everything to come out as 
complete perfection, but Della hasn't quite learned that lesson yet.

I think bad girls rock! 

Adelaide or Della was the perfect epitome of the ultimate bad girl - her life was in chaos: party, boys, sex, alcohol. It was the perfect facade for what she feels inside - her inner pains and nightmares that has been hunting her. 

When her mother could no longer stomach what she has been doing with her life, her mom cancelled all her credit cards, took her car and sent her back to her grandparents. Little did her mother know that it was exactly what she needed - an old, familiar environment, a fresh start. 

There, she reconnected with her old childhood friend, Nash, met great friends and got herself a job. Everything was sailing smoothly in her life until she bumped into Justin, the male version of her. If Della was the ultimate bad girl, Justin was just as bad as her. He loves to flirt, sleeps around with anyone, and discards girls like his clothes. He wanted her, she wanted him. But she wouldn't sleep with him UNLESS he promised fidelity. After all the bed-hopping he's been doing all his life, can he tie himself in one bed?

Nevertheless, getting to know him each day, she saw past through the tattoos and piercings. Unexpectedly, she liked what she saw, and so did I. It was like he was this whole new person, he was thoughtful, sweet and caring. But he can be still be tough, especially in bed. He's not dumb either, but I have to admit his pickup lines did suck. I like their bickering, had fun reading their conversations - it was like their verbal foreplay. 

I just knew that they were for each other the moment Justin entered the picture. But I guess temptation, lies and deceit can ruin even the most steadfast relationship. 

And there's Nash, who I was pinning for at first. The thought of old childhood friends reconnecting, old feelings rekindling is kinda sweet, but Nash totally destroyed with his stupid actions. I thought he was a really great guy but after the incident when Della got drunk, he moved WAY DOWN my list - Friends do not allow friends to make decisions especially when their DRUNK. No effing way! 

I was totally hooked with Chaotic. The characters were pretty much full of surprises, and you can't help but loving or hating the person you least expect to. Not to mention that they all remind us that appearance does not guarantee one's character. He may look like a bum and covered his body with ink and still be the responsible one or he may look like he got out of the GQ and still be an ass. The ending had me hopeful and wanting for the next book in the series. Will Della and Justin finally have their happy ever after they deserve? Or will everything they have built, work for and invested in be turned into nothingness? 


C.A. Williams lives in Michigan and is married to her high school sweetheart. While being a stay at home to her two boys she likes to read and write in between cleaning up messes and being a short order cook. Cori always had a love for books since the time she first started reading and started swapping books with her mom when she got a little older. Her love for reading turned into a love for writing and Cori has enjoyed every second of it. Thanks to all of her readers!
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