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I hate bullying. Thank you everyone again! Not that bullying is ever good or anything, but I've seen real people do and say worse. A Kingdom of Dreams Westmoreland Saga 1. As much as I loved this book, I still had some issues. Although at first I wondered if maybe that was just my natural desire to redeem the hero of my book Blood Fury Black Dagger Legacy 3.

Page 7 8. Page 8 9. Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34 After Tate starts sticking up for herself, things start to change for her and Jared.

Not at first, at first he is still just as determined to piss her off as ever. He even messes around with her best friend just to get a rise out of her. Eventually, things between them escalate. This is hard for Tate to come to terms with. On one hand, this guy was her best friend for years. She has always loved him, she is very attracted to him. All he can do is apologize.

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Can she ever trust Jared, or is it all just some ploy to get to her again? Once I started this book, I had trouble putting it down!

It captivated me from the beginning. This is a topic not everyone is comfortable reading about, but I think it was pretty awesome that she went with it. And for being a YA book- there was some really nice steam in there ; An emotional story about love, friendship, standing up for yourself, and forgiveness.

A wonderful debut novel! View all 92 comments.

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This book. Words fail me to describe just how much I loved this. I've had this in my kindle for what feels like ages since I got it as a freebie way back in I've seen it making the rounds on Goodreads and for some reason I still hadn't read it. If I can kick my own ass for not reading this sooner, I would, because this book? This book reminded me about all the reasons why I 5 Stars I had loved Jared once, but now I knew, without a doubt, that "my Jared" was gone.

This book reminded me about all the reasons why I fell in love with New Adult romance to begin with. And I'm not talking about the manufactured angst, stupid decisions, at at times gratuitous sex scenes. I'm talking that all-encompassing feeling, just the right amount of gut-wrenching angst, you hate but love the hero, and you want to high five the heroine kind of read. It was like it was custom written just for me. This is how bullies are made Jared will be a hero that every reader will love to hate.

I sure as hell did. But as much as I wanted to hate him, I can't deny that I was always wondering what was buried right below the surface to make him act the way he did because you just knew there had to be something. I have to say that Penelope Douglas did a phenomenal job with character development and that's what made the book as good as it was. The characters were multi-faceted and strongly developed. You get to know both of them as the story progresses and you also begin to understand both of them that much more.

What truly made this book for me was Tate. She wasn't your typical NA heroine. This is a girl that had a backbone but didn't take it overboard. She wasn't intentionally cruel or flippant, she stood up for herself and she owned it. She was comfortable in her own skin and it was the perfect balance to the Jared's mercurial moods. You were my tempest, my thunder cloud, my tree in the downpour.

I loved all of those things, and I loved you. But now? You're a fucking drought. I thought that all the assholes drove German cars, but it turns out that pricks in Mustangs can still leave scars. I was sucked in from just the first chapter and read this in one sitting. This is exactly the kind of angst that I'm starving for. Imperfectly perfect, rage inducing and yet flawless. That probably doesn't even make sense, but if you're an angst whore like me, you'll know what I mean.

While there were parts I wanted more from, I still can't rate it down for that simply because this book absolutely enthralled me. So much so, that I couldn't even bat an eyelash at any minor quibbles it may have had. We can be confused about what is good for us but not about what we truly want. Simply put, it was amazing.

Just amazing. This is a book that I recommend to any lovers of New Adult romance. I have found myself a new author to obsess over and my only regret is not reading this fantastic book sooner.

Yesterday lasts forever. Tomorrow comes never. Until you. For more reviews visit View all 63 comments.

Geri Reads. Bully, a debut by Penelope Douglas. I loved all those things, and I loved you. And as irked and disgusted I am about anyone, I repeat anyone, picking on someone who is weaker, I feel that there are different types of bullying. When a boy likes a girl and picks on her is not the same as when a person is being targeted for being different, weak or not liked. Bully is a boy-likes-girl story, but it does in no way condone bullying, on the contrary.

Bully opens up with a Prologue at a party Tatum Brandt, Tate has decided to attend before her departure to study one year abroad. It is revealed that Tate has been bullied all through high school by her neighbor and former friend Jared Trent. Jared and his friends play on last prank on Tate only underscoring her relief to be leaving. Thanks to Jared, my high school experience had been one long succession of rumors, pranks, tears, and disappointments.

Though she clearly always must have been strong to endure the bullying, she is now projecting a new maturity, worldliness and confidence about her. That combined with Jared having come to the decision to no longer bully makes for a different experience at school. In addition there is betrayal, self reflection and above all sexual tension and a budding romance.

Jared Trent has many qualities that make for a great hero; uncanny beauty, popular - clearly a charismatic leader - mysterious, sexy, damaged and elements of sinister. This is his story of redemption! For the first half of the book he had me at the edge of my seat.

While the second half sort of fizzled. He was sweet, generous, and friendly. Damaged, jaded, enigmatic, cynical, protective and immature. Tate Brandt was a wonderful heroine, so strong and resilient, smart and mature.

I loved everything about her. As much as I wanted him to leave me alone, I also liked how he seemed surprised. I liked the way he was looking at me right now. Smart, strong, resilient, mature, good-hearted and forgiving.

I really enjoyed Ms. Douglas writing style.

She has created a wonderful heroine and captivating hero. I was very much rooting for Jared and Tate. The sexual tension and build-up was spellbinding. The first half of the book had me glued, but the second half felt rushed and glossed over. Bully left Jared and Tate in a good place. Overall an excellent read! Would I re-read this book: Maybe later. Would I read future books by this author: View all 79 comments. Thunder, torrential rain, puddles, wet shoes.

When the clouds roll in, I get filled with this giddy expectation. Everything is more beautiful in the rain. I used to feel like a superhero, riding my bike over the dangerously slick roads, or maybe an Olympic athlete enduring rough trials to make it to the finish line. You made me giddy with expectation, just like a symphonic rainstorm. You were a tempest in the sun, the thunder in a boring, cloudless sky.

Being your sidekick gave me a sense of home again. She had cancer, and I lost her before I really knew her. My world felt so insecure, and I was scared. You were the person that turned things right again.

With you, I became courageous and free. Nothing hurt if I knew I had you. The hurt returned, and I felt sick when I saw you hating me. My rainstorm was gone, and you became cruel. There was no explanation. You were just gone. And my heart was ripped open. I missed you. I missed my mom. What was worse than losing you was when you started to hurt me. Your words and actions made me hate coming to school.

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They made me uncomfortable in my own home. I thought that all the assholes drove German cars, but turns out that pricks in mustangs can still leave scars. Yes, Penelope Douglas. Tate and Jared are neighbours and they were best friends One summer..

Jared turned on Tate! He began to bully her.. Spreading vicious rumours,humiliating her.. Time passed and things get worst.. But coming home she's tired of being afraid and being a coward and letting him control her life. She takes her best friend K. He is an arrogant playboy. At first Jared was jerk but when you learn more about him..

I really liked seeing Tate's transition from being an introvert to someone who could completely hold her ground. I love the way she made sure no one messed with her. I thought she did an amazing job standing up for herself. The sexual contents were more a borderline adult than YA and I liked that!

Whta's always been mine. He kissed the corners of my mouth softly, and I felt heat rise up my neck. For more reviews you can check mine and Kristinas's blog.

D my link text Aug 14, Melanie rated it really liked it Recommended to Melanie by: Before I go any further, I just want to point out again for people who follow my reviews mostly for the Fantasy I read: I rate smutty books differently than other books!

This all being said, trigger warnings for underage drinking and drug use, violence, descriptions of severe child abuse, and attempted rape. Also, I mean, this book is called Bully , and it is a book about a girl falling in love with her bully.

Our main protagonist, Tatum one of my favorite female names of all time , leaves for France for a year to study abroad. She once had a best friend who helped heal the wounds from the loss of her mother, but one day that greatest ally became her greatest enemy.

This story surrounds them finishing their last year of high school, while they both try desperately to hide the feelings they have for one another and replace those feelings with hate. Then, once she gets caught, she continues to do it. And then, to make matters worse, it is all just swept under the rug, forgotten, and everyone is over it. The other thing is that there is a lot of slut shaming in this book. I actually really, really enjoyed it and I find myself wanting to read everything by Penelope Douglas.

Her writing is seriously addicting and every one of her stories have been able to completely immerse me and evoke so much emotion from me. Like, sign me up for that now please. View all 15 comments. Jul 31, Ramona rated it it was amazing Shelves: When I think about how I've started reading contemporary romance, the first book that pops in my head is Bully.

I was fascinated by a lot of elements, mostly the striking way in which the love scenes were described, but the list can go on forever and ever. Now looking back after reading around books, I think that "Bully" is unique in plot and in theme provided. There weren't a lot of books that had this approach, making you question the morality of the characters and really raising awareness When I think about how I've started reading contemporary romance, the first book that pops in my head is Bully.

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There weren't a lot of books that had this approach, making you question the morality of the characters and really raising awareness for a difficult problem. The story between Tate and Jared is one of a kind and when you drawn the line, it is very confusing to choose sides. Let me explain more in detail: Tate and Jared were close, super close and had a wonderful friendship.

Tate loved Jared, but was afraid to tell him that, because he was super popular and she wasn't confident enough to share that with him. It is all pink with ribbons until Jared goes to stay with his dad for the summer holiday and comes back different but in an ugly way. After that, he becomes Tate's bully, harassing her with every chance he got, and believe me it was not pretty.

This book confused me so much, because of the mixed feeling it generated. You want them to be together, but in the same time you want Tate to kick him in his manly parts and move on. On the first hand, I would of want Tate to fight harder and not to forget easily the way Jared treated her.

He brought down her confidence and self esteem and she should have made him work harder for her love and forgiveness. If I were to think better, she is very admirable for managing to forgive him, because what he did was not ok.

She had to go to France to get away from him: Jared on the other hand was very tormented and conflicted, that went through a traumatic experience, but nobody deserved to be treated this way because of it.

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He blamed Tate for his past, but he was so wrong. Maybe he felt stronger, wiser and could forget what happened then, but in the end I don't think either of those things work. The pain still remains and he inflicted it on a person that loved him so much.

So, I am confused. I loved them as a couple and for their endless sexual chemistry and intensity, but on the other hand, maybe it was better for them to be apart, because I just can't understand how you can love somebody that damages you so badly. But I know, in the end you can forgive and move on when you truly believe that person is sorry. I know, but it is not fare..

She was too king and carrying and sweet to put up with all his baggage and stuff. I can write an essay for this book, but for me is still special, an example of love and hate towards the hero, because he is my main target.

I didn't managed to completely love Jared, because I am a person who can't forget depending on the damaged made. Lucky for him Tate did: For more reviews please check https: View all 38 comments. What's always been mine. Two former friends Jared Trent and Tate Brandt now find themselves as mortal enemies. In a standoff between hate, lust, secret reveals and broken hearts what will become of a friendship that was and a hate filled relationship that may have run it's course.

Meet the characters Jared is troubled and angry at the world for his past. He is handsome with a streak of mean, if you've got a thing for a bad boy with a sad past then Jared will hit the mark for you. The author has created an easy reading style, which makes for a lighthearted reading experience. The story has all the makings for a usual over dramatised young adult story which has angst written all over it giving the story extra interest and intrigue.

We are also given a plot that delivers a bit of everything, a taste of mean girls and bad boys, sexual tension, and a surprising amount of heat for a YA storyline. Final thoughts If you love YA then you will no doubt enjoy this story, it is on the immature side of that genre so steer clear if that isn't for you. All in all an enjoyable escape into the pre adult world of high school drama and falling in love. View all 90 comments.

Initial thoughts: Not worth the time taken to read. I honestly thought it would be a better read than it actually was - it wasn't terrible in the beginning, but at the same time, as it went on, it glorifies and romanticizes bullying to no end. I have a lot of words to say about this and I'll try to be as constructive as I can about what went wrong with this read after I meditate a bit over it.

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Full review: This is a difficult review for me to write, but I'm going to start this reflection with a fe Initial thoughts: This is a difficult review for me to write, but I'm going to start this reflection with a few thoughts about current trends I see in popular literature.

I think it's fair to say that conflict drives much of what we read and the experiences that we get from that conflict in a work make us value it in a myriad of ways. But one thing that I absolutely loathe that I see on the rise is the fetishization not sure if that's a word of problems at their deepest roots, that entail suffering without context for what it is or having any moral consequences.

I've read stories where rape is glorified, where abuse - physical, mental, emotional - is championed and desired over respect in a relationship, and in the case of Penelope Douglas's "Bully", bullying is seen as something that's desirable despite of a victim's experiences. I'm not going to take away from Douglas's narrative in the fact that it is compulsively readable and that it starts off with a heroine that does stand up for herself in the face of torments that she endures from the people who surround her.

But then it lost me as it became clear that in all the measures surrounding this story, it glorifies falling in love with someone who torments you. Regardless of whatever issues the hero had, it doesn't justify what he did to Tate, and I sincerely doubt after all that Jared did, Tate could forgive and lust after him as easily as she did.

Tate Tatum is a young woman who returns to town for her senior year after being away for a year in France. Her father is out on business, leaving Tatum by her lonesome at home, with a grandmother who occasionally checks in on her though that was a little hard to believe, I suspended my disbelief enough to follow the story.

Tate was once friends with her next door neighbor, Jared, but after he returned home after a stay with his father, he started to bully her.

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Some turns of his bullying is horrific to say the least, alongside his friends and jealous girlfriends who join into making Tate's life miserable when she returns to town. Still, I liked how Tate stood up for herself in spells, and her retorts in places were actually humored well. I don't know how I felt about the monologue - I know some people would think it's emotionally resonant, but for me, for all the considerations of what Tate went through, it didn't hit me as hard as I would've liked.

This actually could've been a narrative where it clearly established Tate lusted after the boy that Jared used to be, but that measure was lost in the foray of the current actions that Jared did to her.

I still think one of the few authors who managed to portray a hero who was a jerk but was truly repentant of his ways and manages to be likable in turns was Kody Keplinger. It forces the point home when Tate is a victim in so many ways and shouldn't have had to endure it, especially with other people in her circles simply dismissing Jared's actions so casually and them telling her in so many words "give him a chance".

Eff NO. Yes, it's true that in order to understand the root of bullying and bullying behaviors, you have to see what factors play into the behaviors that are displayed and come to an understanding about why the bully engages the victim in the way they do. Usually that comes with getting help and having the bully deal with with what's perpetuating those behaviors in proper context. But to come at the expense of the victim and in not so subtle terms put the responsibility on the "victim" to change the "bully"?

No, just no. I don't care what age group this book is intended for, that's not a good attitude to approach the matter. Even when Tate figures that K. Granted, I know the lot of us have different coping points and thresholds for forgiveness, but this narrative asked me one too many times to overlook some jarring conflicts in an attempt to see how the leading love interests "get together.

Overall, I was very disappointed with the narrative here and I couldn't get behind the relationship or the insinuations made on the subject matter here. It's drama for the sake of drama, with characters that I'm supposed to believe fall in love, but it didn't progress with any kind of realistic terms for me to believe in it.

Overall score: View all 13 comments. Jun 11, Katerina rated it it was amazing Recommended to Katerina by: NiCoLeTa E. I didn't want light and sweet romance. I needed angst and pain and tears and fights and all kinds of feelings.

And I found them all in Bully. Is there a reason for their behavior and the pleasure they find in physically and emotionally abusing innocent people? Do they feel a surge of power when they belittle others? I can't say I was a popular girl in school you see,I was the geek,the perfect student and that didn't exactly make me Miss Congeni I didn't want light and sweet romance. I can't say I was a popular girl in school you see,I was the geek,the perfect student and that didn't exactly make me Miss Congeniality but the discomfort I sometimes felt was nothing compared to the things Tate went through in Bully.

And what I learned while reading this book,was that when bullies see weakness,it makes them even more hungry. When they see tears once,they crave more. Ignoring them or fighting them are the only options to survive.

Bully follows Tate and Jared's story. They were childhood friends,until after spending one summer away Jared became Tate's worst enemy.

At first she let him get to her,she suffered and did nothing about it until she decided enough was enough.

And that's when things got complicated. And it took me a while to forgive and trust Jared,but I ended up irrevocably in love with him. And with the story. The reasons I loved Bully -The music. I just went to metal heaven! No kidding,it was an emotional rollercoaster.

The fury and the sadness over the injustice of the situation were overwhelming,but I could also feel giddy and fuzzy and the butterflies were dancing paso doble in my stomach! There was plenty food for thought and Penelope Douglas painted vividly,without holding back,how cruel teenagers can be and how easy it is to cross the line and the war that rages inside you when you do.

Enough said. Besides the hot and heavy make out sessions and more there was also love,the love between two kids that found in the other a safe haven,a lantern to guide them back to light. And even though Jared broke Tate's trust and heart,he could put them back together. If you have any doubts about reading this book,just ignore them. You are going to love it. View all 42 comments. Jan 13, Clumsy Storyteller rated it really liked it Shelves: These are my favorite quotes: View all 31 comments.

Vojsk rated it liked it. Thunder torrential rain, puddles, wet shoes. Don't ask me why. Jared, her former best friend, is bullying her and making her school life miserable. Now she pushes back and finally she sees something more than Jareds hatred. Im not really sure if I liked the story or not, but the fact that I read this book in one day should be a great factor. But I had some problems with the whole bad boy trope involving bullying and all.

That shit is just unforgivable. Sorry not sorry. Deal with it. I mean I loved her when she shut down stupid comments with her sassy mouth, but the way she acted around Jared was so But still, I liked her a little bit. Then Jared. I mean, I do get why Tate was so attracted to him. But the way he treated her was just a major no go.

For me these are low and poor excuses for such a horrible way of treating others. But I would choose a person with a wonderful character over and over again.

Because I felt something for the characters. I felt hate, or pity or I was sad and a little bit happy. But I felt something.

I wanted a cute neighbor who watches rains and storms with me. But no, only boring old people. I mean I can forgive, but not meanness or cruelty and especially not bullying. Yeah, I know this was the whole bad boy trope, but still. Not my style of relationship. Definitely not. First of all it was definitely addictive, no way of denying that. It was nice, it was enjoyable and it was written in just one POV - Tate. It was so beautiful and breathtaking. My heart was pounding like crazy and I was happy and sad at the same time.

View all 7 comments. He taunts her at every turn, makes up nasty stories about her and threatens any guy that even tries to get close to her.

The kicker? Tate and Jared were once the best of friends and Tate has no idea what she did to piss Jared off. I definitely enjoyed this book. To see her finally stand up and start taking charge was absolutely awesome!

I hear the girls talk, and contrary to popular belief, good things do not come in small packages. I could read that shit for days!

While Tate had me from the beginning, it took me a long time to warm up to Jared. As much as I loved this book, I still had some issues. This poor girl was bullied for years by a popular boy and everyone just fell in line with it, no questions asked. And no one seemed to question Jared's relentless pursuit in making her life a living hell.

Although I loved reading this from Tate's POV, a chapter or two from Jared's perspective might've helped me understand his character and his hurtful actions more.

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Bottom line, this is a really fantastic book. View all 48 comments. Jan 30, Bibi rated it it was ok. Admittedly, I am not the target demographic and if the author's writing skill hadn't been so darn good, I would have chucked this down to "that book that is loved by everyone else except for me", however, I did enjoy the enemies turned lovers story and I totally get the appeal. She's just so beautiful that all the boys wanted to date her or whatever. Yeah Gaaaaah Yeah, not for me, thanks.

View 2 comments. Holy shite I mean, I loved it hard. Who's a sucker for complete alphaholes? Jared is a complete and total alphahole. And, boy, did I lurve the big jerk. I can take it. Judge away! I'll just be sitting here blissfully reliving all the yummy feels this book gave me.

View all 8 comments. It was filled with too much drama, annoying characters that deserve to be punched in the face, and wasted time. It was enjoyable when Jared changed, but the beginning of it was boring and not interesting. I've never heard of this author and her books, and I don't really want to continue the series only because I know it involves a lot of characters I actually didn't like. Even though there are news ones to be introduced, they're only gonna end up getting together with these recurring characters and it's gonna make me roll my eyes more.

To summarize the novel, Bully is about Tate, the full name is actually Tatum, who is basically missing her old best friend and wondering why he hates her so much. Tate and Jared have been best friends since they were children.

As Jared told her, he literally wanted to become her friend when he first saw her when she moved in next to him with her dad because she was the only hope he actually had. As time passed by and Jared and Tate become close friends where they sleepover at each other's house, climb trees and tell each other secrets, and just be those young kids that try their best to have fun and live, there isn't really anything separating them two.

They rely on each other and both are able to comfort the other when it is needed. But when Jared returns from visiting his father, Jared isn't the same Jared Trent she met when they were little. Who knows. The music. The tree. Tatum Brandt and Jared Trent are next door neighbors and life long friends, but everything changed one summer after Jared returned from visiting his estranged father.

Suddenly, the Jared she knew and loved, the boy that grew up holding her hand and that supported her through her mothers death, evaporated, leaving behind a brutal and broken guy that now despised every breath she took and was willing to do anything necessary to make her life a living hell. Seems logical, right? As odd as it may sound, the relationship dynamic between Tatum and Jared, both the positive and painfully negative aspects of it, is what intrigued me most about this book.

While it was sad and painful to read at times.. I knew that there was so much more to the story than what was being revealed.. I loved the way the story unraveled slowly as Tatum and Jared struggled both within themselves and with each other. There were a lot of other elements that perfectly supported and added to the storyline..

The mutual love of fast cars, the importance of memories and mementos, the references of great music and being able to see the transformation in Tatum as she went from doormat to bad ass. She may have tried to bury her feelings for Jared, but they remained intact and strong, but hidden because of his ruthless behavior.. She loved him. Like I said earlier, the chemistry is off the charts with these two! They are constantly dealing with their feelings of anger, disappointment, love and lust, which makes for some crazy hot sexual tension.

No really, RAWR! Jared is one swoon-worthy dude too. His past is painful and he acts out trying to ease that pain. Tatum and Jared are perfect compliments to each other but I will admit that it does take a good part of the story to understand why. I know people will question how could Jared have hurt Tatum as much as he did if he loved her so much.. He kissed the corners of my mouth softly, and I felt heat rise up my neck. I loved the progression in this book and the way the characters grew and developed right before our eyes.

The story dealt with some sensitive and realistic points but for me, it was easy to handle because the writing was so structured and well done. Well done, Penelope Douglas.