The Revenge Plan

The Revenge Plan

After I caught my boyfriend cheating, I tried to be mature about it with an amicable split. But he took his retaliation too far, and I have officially had enough. No more Miss Nice Haven. No one is allowed to lie to me, betray, embarrass, and devastate me, fill me with self-doubt, or put my future at risk, and expect to get away with it. He is going to feel my wrath.Enter...

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Title:The Revenge Plan
Author:Linda Kage
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The Revenge Plan Reviews

  • Brittany Hively

    Gah! I loved this book. Love it!

    I love books that have a huge family built throughout a series and then you meet more and more. While this is a standalone, we do meet the daughter of one of the beloved Forbidden Series couples, Brandt and Sarah!

    This book was beautiful and at times crazy and hilarious. I love, love, love characters whose passion comes off the pages and you can feel Wick's passion. I also love women who don't let others push them around and take life by the horns, even if it's ha

    Gah! I loved this book. Love it!

    I love books that have a huge family built throughout a series and then you meet more and more. While this is a standalone, we do meet the daughter of one of the beloved Forbidden Series couples, Brandt and Sarah!

    This book was beautiful and at times crazy and hilarious. I love, love, love characters whose passion comes off the pages and you can feel Wick's passion. I also love women who don't let others push them around and take life by the horns, even if it's hard and it hurts. Perfect combo in The Revenge Plan.

    This book had me laughing out loud, yelling at the characters and stupidity, and getting so mad at how the world works and how awful people can be. But it also had me swooning so hard and smiling even harder at how loyal the families we make through blood and choice can be.

    One thing and the best way to explain without spoiling it... When you look at the table of contents, you see there is 3 POVs and at first I was like, what? But do not be alarmed. Once you figure it out, you'll be in awe and then you'll be laughing and proud and blown away at the loyalty of family that comes from it.

    Another fantastic read from Linda Kage! I look forward to the next one she brings to us!

  • Wendy

    I really

    Linda Kage's 

     series and when I started this book, I had no idea that this was a

    of sorts. You see Haven is Sarah and Brandt's daughter, and damn if that fact doesn't make me

    like a little girl !!!!

    I loved Sarah and Brandt, they were

    and I can honestly say that Haven definitely inherited their

    . She sure as hell is just as

    ...well, Sarah might be a tad bit stronger :P 

    But that is nothing compared to Wick's traits.

    , I lov

    I really

    Linda Kage's 

     series and when I started this book, I had no idea that this was a

    of sorts. You see Haven is Sarah and Brandt's daughter, and damn if that fact doesn't make me

    like a little girl !!!!

    I loved Sarah and Brandt, they were

    and I can honestly say that Haven definitely inherited their

    . She sure as hell is just as

    ...well, Sarah might be a tad bit stronger :P 

    But that is nothing compared to Wick's traits.

    , I loved that man the moment I set my eyes on him (in my mind..you should see him...he is so

    ). He was so

    , we should all be

    with a man like that. 

    Now this book is long...but it didn't feel long to me. Maybe that's because I was so freaking

    to be back into the world of some of my

    again. I wasn't bored for a second. I just got pulled into the story from the very first page and there was nothing I could do but finish it. I like my books to be a bit on the

    side. That way I feel like I actually have a chance, to get to know the characters. There is also something about this author's

    that really does it for me. 

    I can only

    that there will be

    like this to follow. I would love for all the

    to get their own book... 

    Now I think it's re-read time again, because I really do miss my "

    ". 

     

  • Carmen Rae

    So I am a really huge fan of Linda's Forbidden Men series. Like obsessively fan girl kind of fan. But with everything going on in my life I somehow missed this book sneaking up on me. But as I sat down and read the first chapter I knew it and I was stressing out that I had already read it somehow until I realised it was a teaser in a previous read and my little goldfish brain clued in to how obsessed I had been over that teaser way way back when that I still remembered it almost word for word a

    So I am a really huge fan of Linda's Forbidden Men series. Like obsessively fan girl kind of fan. But with everything going on in my life I somehow missed this book sneaking up on me. But as I sat down and read the first chapter I knew it and I was stressing out that I had already read it somehow until I realised it was a teaser in a previous read and my little goldfish brain clued in to how obsessed I had been over that teaser way way back when that I still remembered it almost word for word and then I was even more excited to read this.

    But OMG did I mention how much is going on in our damn real life trying to drag me away from reading. All I wanted to do was hide in a corner and read this book but somehow it took me three days of it being constantly on my mind. And that's after I clued in to Helpless Henry after the third installment.

    Honestly Haven and Wick were just everything. They are the epitome of new adult college romance leading characters. Wick is the best book boyfriend ever. And poor Haven managing to be so kick arse after her massive acehole ex-boyfriend and everything he put them through. Just sigh.

    And of course the secondary characters were perfect. And I loved the tiny little snippets of the Forbidden Men family through this because even though we didn't get nearly enough of them (let's be honest there probably never could be enough of them) we still got enough to make us all think of them and let out dreamy sighs.

    So yeah this book was perfect. It was nothing like the Forbidden Men series but naturally it has the same amazing writing and perfect characters and I loved it to pieces. And to be honest I don't know if i want more Forbidden Men offspring or some Cannon or maybe one of Wicks sisters or Linda could just get busy and get to work on all of the above please and thank you.

    Side note how beautiful is that cover?

    I guess to sum up this book is awesome and if you like New Adult, college romance one click this now and dive on in. And if you're new to Linda Kage, crawl out from under your rock and get reading.

  • Patty ~ Wrapped Up In Reading Book Blog

    {ARC Generously Provided by Author}

    is the latest installment of the

    series by Linda Kage and I’m wondering why I haven’t read all of the books yet. I absolutely loved

    and couldn’t believe that

    {ARC Generously Provided by Author}

    is the latest installment of the

    series by Linda Kage and I’m wondering why I haven’t read all of the books yet. I absolutely loved

    and couldn’t believe that so much time has passed that Mason and Reese have a niece old enough to be in her senior year of college. This story is a new adult, “friends-to-lovers” romance with enough angst to put your heart through emotional turmoil, but it’s completely worth it!! Wickham Webster is one hell of a swoon-worthy Hero. Once the story unfolds there is no doubt that readers are going to fall head over heels in love with him.

    Haven Gamble catches her boyfriend in the act of cheating on her with her roommate. This sends her into an emotional tailspin and the one person who comes to her rescue is her boyfriend’s arch nemesis and fellow teammate on the football team. Wick and Topher have had a feud going on for years and only a handful of people know the true origin of their rivalry. I thought Haven’s reaction to Topher’s betrayal was a little extreme, but I get that it helped to develop the connection between her and Wick. The two end up being roommates and as time goes on a connection blossoms, one that seems to be so right and as if it was always meant to be.

    Interspersed within the story are several chapters titled

    . It’s an ongoing fictional story that posts weekly in the college newspaper. At first, I didn’t know what to make of these chapters, but as I got further into the plot, the puzzle pieces started to fit. I like what Linda Kage did there!!

    Here are my overall ratings:

    Heroes:

    Heroine:

    Plot:

    Angst:

    Steam:

    Chemistry Between Hero & Heroine:

    is currently available. It’s the perfect summer read! I am sure if you haven’t read the other books in the series, you’ll end up wanting to get to them all! I know I went and one-clicked a bunch of them!!

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  • Arabella ~♡AB♡~

    I absolutely love Linda Kage and since this is a spin off from my favourite Forbidden Men series I just had to read this as soon as it was released.

    Wick is a 'Beta' male and I suppose I'd describe Haven as a pretty strong female lead. For me, it was a great dynamic and I loved these 2 together ❤

    When Haven finds herself homeless after being cheated on, the pair end up as roommates and a friendship begins.

    Roomates to friends to lovers, a new adult college sports romance that was such an entertain

    I absolutely love Linda Kage and since this is a spin off from my favourite Forbidden Men series I just had to read this as soon as it was released.

    Wick is a 'Beta' male and I suppose I'd describe Haven as a pretty strong female lead. For me, it was a great dynamic and I loved these 2 together ❤️

    When Haven finds herself homeless after being cheated on, the pair end up as roommates and a friendship begins.

    Roomates to friends to lovers, a new adult college sports romance that was such an entertaining read.

    4.5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐

  • Kiki

    Bad doesn’t even begin to describe this.

    h’s bf cheats on her and later H lets it slip that he knows about his cheating and he knows he had done it in the past too. When the h gets mad at him for not telling her he tells her for all he knows she’s aware of it plus how would he know she would want to know about this?

    Later we find out that the bf got into the relationship with h solely to hurt H, made a sex tape of the h and made the H watch and cheated regularly on the h to hurt the H knowing it w

    Bad doesn’t even begin to describe this.

    h’s bf cheats on her and later H lets it slip that he knows about his cheating and he knows he had done it in the past too. When the h gets mad at him for not telling her he tells her for all he knows she’s aware of it plus how would he know she would want to know about this?

    Later we find out that the bf got into the relationship with h solely to hurt H, made a sex tape of the h and made the H watch and cheated regularly on the h to hurt the H knowing it would hurt him if he mistreated the h. So the things he claimed on the previous paragraph is an out and out lie. he DID know h wasn’t aware of it. He DID know h was being emotionally abused by the bf, he DID know h would have support if he speaks up and extends his support and leave this Abusive relationship behind. He does nothing. He sits back for three years. Watches the bf emotionally abuse and cheat on the h. Goes and loses his virginity to someone else.

    The h is SO dim and since she NEVER met a decent person boyfriend or girlfriend wise that she’s overlooking the fact that it is in fact the H’s fault that she was abused, and forgives him refusing to accept his share of blame. No, his fault was not that he didn’t approach her first, or let the bf bully him. His fault is that he enabled the bully. A boyfriend who records their girlfriend’s sexual act without their consent is an abuser. Making them delete it is just sweeping it under the rug. How does he know he hadn’t done it again? His fault is his silence and unwillingness of protecting someone he claimed he loved.

    This sends incredibly wrong message about forgiveness, bullying, and courage. And on top of it, it was not engaging writing and was terribly wrong.

    The h needed to acknowledge the H’s fault and move on by herself. Get a job, get into couple of relationship and may be revisit this in 10 years when the H is capable of being a man instead of the boy he is.

    Another minus point, this is terribly YA, I didn’t realise that from the blurb.

    Blurb is also kinda misleading, she never really tried to use him for revenge, he never discouraged her either. I have a feeling the author doesn’t understand her own book and failed to summarise it herself.

  • Jacob Proffitt

    At about a quarter in, I'm done. This book has the weakest idea of sprucing up flashbacks, ever, and they paint Wick really, really poorly. The stupid flashback gimmick is to have a different, but obviously parallel story (like it's marching band instead of football team, for example). Only the "Henry" sections are so ploddingly written and the Henry character is such a naïve and gormless idiot that I cringe every time I get to another one of these stupendously bad expository maunderings. This p

    At about a quarter in, I'm done. This book has the weakest idea of sprucing up flashbacks, ever, and they paint Wick really, really poorly. The stupid flashback gimmick is to have a different, but obviously parallel story (like it's marching band instead of football team, for example). Only the "Henry" sections are so ploddingly written and the Henry character is such a naïve and gormless idiot that I cringe every time I get to another one of these stupendously bad expository maunderings. This puling coward has to be cajoled and tricked into trying for positions he's suited for and can't be bothered to even find out the name of the girl he's crushing on and practically faints the one time he interacts with her in actual person. Seriously, get this kid a psychologist or mentor or

    because he's painfully immature and needs some life coping skills, stat.

    That Wick is being openly compared to this hopeless twit is destroying my engagement with the story. That he has the same failings is obvious and I just can't even take any more of his fumbling around. The author manipulates this so that his "dream girl" develops an emotional attachment in a trying moment and then thrusts them together with some unlikely developments. Which means that Wick hasn't grown at all in the years since he was the "Henry" analog. This might,

    , have worked if we could see a grown-up or more mature version who had learned to overcome his cowardice and make a play for the dream girl. But no. It's all "fate" that's going to force this story to progress and that's just stupid. I don't want him to win the girl. He's still a milquetoast weenie and I don't care that he's some great jock because he's a pencil-necked geek in every way that matters.

  • J o d i  B i b l i o p h i l e ♥

    I can't wait to read this book! from the blurb it's totes my cuppa and also it's Linda Freaking Kage. Enough said.

  • Dilek VT

    I lost interest in this book after reading Kiki's review:

    And I also learnt that the book is 519 pages, full of one drama after another.

  • Melanie (mells_view)

    Not rating this one, because I skimmed the majority of it.

    It’s extremely long. Extremely predictable after a certain point. If you like long and drawn out combined with slow burn, then you will definitely enjoy this read. I however didn’t feel the connection between the characters, so I wasn’t invested enough. If you like the characters after the first 10 chapters, then you will probably love this book. The voices of the dialogue and inner monologue just started to irk me around chapter 12, so I

    Not rating this one, because I skimmed the majority of it.

    It’s extremely long. Extremely predictable after a certain point. If you like long and drawn out combined with slow burn, then you will definitely enjoy this read. I however didn’t feel the connection between the characters, so I wasn’t invested enough. If you like the characters after the first 10 chapters, then you will probably love this book. The voices of the dialogue and inner monologue just started to irk me around chapter 12, so I knew that I wouldn’t make it. Started to skim through, and it was ok at best.

    So no rating.

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