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The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Kirsty Moseley
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Amber Walker and her older brother, Jake, have an abusive father. One night her brother's best friend, Liam, sees her crying and climbs through her bedroom window to comfort her. That one action sparks a love/hate relationship that spans over the next eight years.

Liam is now a confident, flirty player who has never had a girlfriend before. Amber is still emotionally scarred from the abuse she suffered at the hands of her father. Together they make an unlikely pair.

Their relationship has always been a rocky one, but what happens when Amber starts to view her brother's best friend a little differently? And how will her brother, who has always been a little overprotective, react when he finds out that the pair are growing closer? Find out in The Boy Who Sneaks In My Bedroom Window.

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Kirsty Moseley has always been a passionate reader since she was a little girl, devouring books overnight, barely sleeping and paying for it at school the next day. Writing has come similarly to her and once she discovered Wattpad, she finally plucked up the courage to post one of her stories. Seven million reads later, she self-published her debut novel THE BOY WHO SNEAKS IN THE BEDROOM WINDOW, which later became one of 10 Finalists for the 2012 Goodreads' Choice Awards, Best YA Fiction. Shocked and overwhelmed by the response, she published her second novel ALWAYS YOU a few months later.

If she had to sum herself up in one word, it would probably be 'daydreamer' - but unlike most of her school teachers, she doesn't necessarily view that as a bad thing. After all, she read somewhere once that books are like waking dreams....

She lives in Norfolk, England with her husband and son.

Visit her website at http://www.kirstymoseley.com/ for more!

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 boy next door's romance 15 août 2012
Par sweethib
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j'ai adoré. très romantique. en bref c'est l'histoire d'amour entre une fille et son voisin qui n'est autre que le meilleur ami de son frère. du classique.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice little story 10 mai 2014
Par annikin
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Nice little story again by Kirsty Moesley, I enjoy all the different emotions that come through her books, this one included. Very easy to read, again not able to put down one I started reading it!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Complete and utter mess of a book 27 août 2012
Par Kala - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This book is terrible. Absolutely terrible. I had a really long review written which included lots of quotes to back up my opinion, but then my power went out and I lost it (THANKS TROPICAL STORM ISAAC!). I'm re-writing most of it, but I don't feel like digging around my Kindle to get the quotes again. Sorry!

Like I said, this book is terrible. The plot is terrible. The characters are terrible. The writing is terrible. The editing is REALLY terrible. Right now, I can't think of one redeeming quality about it and I'm shocked I read the entire thing.

It had promise. I liked the blurb and I thought reading about a girl who is emotionally scarred and damaged from years of sexual abuse from her father would be interesting. Instead, I got this load of horse dung.

Amber and Jake are brother and sister. Amber has been getting molested by their dad since she was five. Jake, Amber, and their mom have been getting physically abused by the dad since forever. When Amber is 13, the dad beats Amber up and tries to rape her. Jake and his best friend, Liam, beat up the dad and tell him to go away forever. He leaves. Mom gets a job where she out of town 24/7, so Amber and Jake live home alone. Disappearing parent syndrome alert! How convenient! Police are never called about any of this.

When Amber was 8, she was in her room crying. Liam, age 10, sneaks in and consoles her. He sleeps in her bed that night, which starts a trend that goes on for the next 8 years. Fast forward to Amber at age 16 and Liam at age 18. He's still sneaking into her room and sleeping in her bed at night.

Amber is supposedly traumatized for life by the sexual abuse and has panic attacks whenever anyone touches her. Makes sense, except the author completely drops the ball here and these panic attacks only happen when it's convenient to the plot. Liam sleeps in her bed every night, rubbing his morning wood against her every morning (and sometimes before they fall asleep too), but she doesn't seem to mind that!

Amber supposedly hates Liam, though she never shows it outside of making snarky comments when he is eating her cereal in the morning. He sleeps in her bed every night to keep her nightmares away, he saves her from all the wannabe rapists (and there are a lot), he drives her wherever she needs to go, he does EVERYTHING for this girl.... but she just keeps on keeping on with the inner monologue about how he's so selfish and she hates him and he's a man-whore. Not sure how much of a man-whore he can be when he is in her bed EVERY SINGLE NIGHT but whatever...

Moving along...

Amber is also unfortunate in that she lives in a town where every single person has zero self control when it comes to their sexual impulses. Jake and Liam are apparently SO good looking that the girls at their school mob their car when the arrive, pushing and shoving each other out of the way to get to Jake and Liam. It's like they're Justin Bieber or something. So freaking ridiculous and unrealistic and stupid.

Amber is sexually assaulted or nearly sexually assaulted by every male character in the book. Apparently she's so good looking that they just can't stop trying to rape her. She's in a store, they come over and act all creepy try to kiss her and Liam has to come save her. She's at a party and a drunk guy pushes her against the counter and kisses her, and Liam has to save her. (At this point, she is not upset because of being sexually assaulted, she is SO EMO BECAUSE HE STOLE HER FIRST KISS... sigh). When a bunch of friends are at her house watching a movie, a third guy forces her into a kiss in the hallway and she kicks him in the balls. This is all before the 35% mark. Three wannabe rapists already! And that's not counting rapist dad!

The girls are not any better. Every single girl in this book acts like a complete slut, including Amber. Amber's best friend Kate comes over to watch movies and starts grabbing Jake's penis. He keeps trying to tell her no and ends up begging Amber to intervene. Of course, he has a personality switch a few chapters later and starts "grinning wickedly" and flirting with Kate. Every female in this book acts like a bitch in heat, constantly purring and flirting and winking and pawing at the male characters even though the male characters are constantly calling them sluts and rejecting them. You would think after the first few rejections these girls would move on, but no... these girls can't control themselves and MUST try to have sex with every single boy they meet.

So Amber and Liam end up making out and start secretly dating. When the hordes of girls at school constantly try to have sex with Liam, he turns them down saying he has a girlfriend. These girls then decide to start a bet to see who can "nail" Liam first. Every girl puts in $20 and they all try to get Liam to have sex with them. The pot gets to over FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS. So that's over 200 slutty girls all trying to get Liam to have sex with them.

Amber puts in her $20 of course, and then starts acting like a big slut too, even though she's the mystery girlfriend. She decides to start driving Liam crazy by wearing a short skirt to school. She goes up to him in the crowded cafeteria and says she has a bruise on her thigh and asks him to look at it, then proceeds to spread her legs and show him her underwear. In front of the entire school. *twitch*

After a week of dating, Amber and Liam end up having sex. Amber then becomes insatiable and they have sex constantly. None of this causes any issues with her panic attacks, she's fine with it. Guess she forgot about all that sexual abuse from her childhood.

Amber also is in a dance crew (think Step Up / You Got Served) where she does sexually explicit dance moves with boys who touch her, but those don't cause panic attacks either. She decribes one move as having her legs around a boy's neck while she's on his shoulders, then flipping off and wrapping her legs around the boy's waist. No panic attacks here!

Amber wins the sex bet and takes the $4000. To make the other girls jealous, she puts her hand down the front of Liam's pants in front of the entire school, hiding the money next to his johnson. *twitch*

Now, this is where the plot goes in a totally different direction and starts getting REALLY stupid.

Amber gets pregnant by Liam. Good thing there are no parents around to worry about this! SHE IS 16 YEARS OLD!

Amber's rapist dad moves back to town with his new wife and son (and 17 year old step-son, Johnny). Johnny and Amber become BFFs, which is so beyond weird to me... but whatever. Amber then goes to rapist dad's house (!!!!!). Rapist dad threatens her with sexual assault again. They also find out that he's been beating his new wife and kids too!

Jake and Liam find out and talk the wife and kids into leaving rapist dad and moving in with them. o.O

Rapist dad gets upset, there is a big fight, he throws Amber against a wall causing her to have a miscarriage. Liam beats him up. Amber ends up in the hospital, where the police show up (wow, they exist in this town??) and they ARREST LIAM!

Amber decides that the only way to resolve this is to meet with rapist dad in private where she records him admitting to his crimes and blackmails him into dropping charges. They all agree that he will go away and leave them alone.

So this rapist dad is STILL free to go rape and abuse more people. He will almost definitely find another woman to abuse and possibly another young girl to molest (and possibly rape) but none of this matters because he is going to leave Amber alone now! She has PROOF that he committed heinous crimes against her and tried to RAPE HER but they're willing to let him be free to rape other people so long as he leaves her alone.

What the hell is wrong with these people??

It's all okay though, because Liam becomes a big NHL star and Amber gets her picture taken by the paparazzi all the time and graduates with a degree in dance choreography. Who cares that they let a rapist free to rape other children, they get their happily ever after!

Wink count: 48
Purr count: 37
Smirk count: 74
Flirt count: 38
Ass count: 91 (this one was the most annoying...everyone calls each other "hot ass" "sexy ass" "fine ass" nonstop throughout the entire book)

Please don't waste your time on this book
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Why didn't I read the reviews first???? 18 septembre 2013
Par Red, Red, they call me Red - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This book was a chore to get through. I rolled my eyes so many times I have a headache. At 10% through I almost put it in the DNF pile. I wish I had. If I haven't warned you off yet, let me give you a list: *********SPOILERS**************

1) Amber/Ambs/Angel is the most magnificent, beautiful, sweet creature that ever walked the planet. She's nothing but sunshine, rainbows and unicorn dust. She so gorgeous it hurts to look at her. She hates the slutty girls that are always trying to get into the pants of her brother Jake and his BFF Liam (both total manwhores), because they are just skanks.

2) Amber has been physically and sexually abused by her father who left 3 years ago. She cannot stand to be touched by anyone, but is ok with Liam climbing into her bed every night. She hates Liam, calls him a manwhore and a jerk all the time, but is ok with his "morning glory" (really????) pressing against her every morning. Liam grabs her butt at school and she freaks outs and knees him in the groin, (I mean, he TOUCHED her! OMG!) Liam is horrified that she thinks he would hurt her, and I'm sure he walks around grabbing girl's butts all the time, that's what manwhores do. But shortly thereafter, Liam kisses her and then suddenly she's ok with him molesting her every chance he gets. She needs to take it slow, may not be ready for sex for years, but Liam is willing to wait however long it takes. Turns out, it only takes 5 days and she's ready to do the deed. But that is NOT skanky behavior like those other girls at her school, because she's an angel. Jake is really mad that Liam (who was warned off of Amber repeatedly) is now with Amber. But he gets over it in about 5 minutes, because he's got girls to sleep with and beer to drink.

3) Apparently Amber's mom is not concerned with all the abuse she and Jake have suffered, because she has a job that keeps her away for weeks at a time. Of course she wouldn't call the police to press charges against her ex-husband, he only tried to rape her daughter in front of her brother and Liam. Of course Liam never thought to tell his parents about this abuse. And apparently no one ever saw the broken bones and bruises on the kids (doctors, teachers, neighbors, anyone?). And don't even think about sending Amber to counseling, why would a good parent do that? Just leave the kids to their own devices, I'm sure they'll be fine!

4) Liam's parents are so much better. I mean, just because they never notice their son's BFF is covered in bruises and don't notice that Liam hasn't spent the night in his own room in 10 YEARS doesn't mean they aren't good parents. Right?

5) I love how Liam has (quite willingly) had sex with dozens of girls, yet after Amber he just can't stand to look at any of them. There are over 200 girls (where is this school?) that each put $20 in a pot to try to be the next one he has sex with. Because 18 year old high school boys are just so good in the sack I guess. He's horrified at the bet. It's ok to be in love with Angel and have sex with other girls, but not ok to date her and have sex with other girls. That totally makes sense to me.

6) The dialogue in this book is so cheesy and unbelievable it made me cringe at times. No one in high school talks that way. Ever. No 16 year old girl calls her boyfriend "lover boy".

7) Supposedly, this takes place somewhere in America (somewhere 3 hours from Boston), but all the dialogue points to it being in the UK. British spellings and phrasing abound. It almost takes away from the awful dialogue (I wish).

8) There is a surprise pregnancy (because an Angel can't be bothered to read directions and Liam can't be bothered with condoms), and of course Liam wants to keep the baby (all teen boys want to be fathers, right?) because he's going to be a pro hockey player someday and money won't be a problem. Never mind what they'll do for money in the 4+ years between then and now, they'll live on love I guess. But wait! Of course she will miscarry the baby a day later, because a pregnancy/baby might get in the way of their sex life. And that kind of book would mean them learning that actions have consequences.

9) Guess what? Dad's back! And he's got a new family that he's abusing! But he still wants Amber, because she's "ripe like a peach" (again, who talks like that?), and hot like her mom when she was young. But still, no one call the police, because THAT WOULD ACTUALLY MAKE SENSE!

10) The epilogue tells us the Liam is a pro hockey player (was there any doubt?) and Amber gets a college degree in dance choreography (I just can't). The paparazzi are all over Liam (haven't you ever noticed the plethora of hockey players that TMZ is following?) and by association Amber (because again, sunshine/rainbows/unicorn dust). How could the paps not be all over her, you can probably see her inner light glowing from space!

I apologize for totally rambling here, but this book (and its unbelievably stupid characters) just sent me over the edge! It feels good to get it all out.

Bottom line: FOR THE LOVE OF GOD PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS ABOMINATION OF LITERATURE! If I can save one person from wasting their money on this it will have been worth it.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Not very good 1 mai 2014
Par Jen R - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I was really excited to read The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window, but unfortunately it was really not good. Apparently none of the kids in this town can control their sexual desires. That is all they think about and apparently all that matters. It was just strange. This book is basically just a bunch of teens not able to control themselves and descriptions of people sucking face every two seconds. Ugh.

The story starts with a glimpse of the past, the first night Liam snuck into Amber's room to comfort her. I understand and get why he did and he is comforting to Amber. He gives her someone to rely on, someone to help with her dad's abuse. Then it jumps to when she is 16, he 18 and yeah. They are in high school and apparently Liam and Jake, Ambers brother, are the hottest guys ever and girls cannot be normal around them. They swarm them every morning when they get to school and just cannot keep their hands off them, even if the guys are rude to them or ask them to stop or whatever. It was beyond ridiculous how sex crazed all the girls were. Or wait, all the skanks and whores as Amber calls them. Even her bff, Kate, is one of the skanks who cannot stop lusting after Liam and Jake. When Kate is over at Amber's she literally gropes Jake and it is supposed to be okay and sexy or something. What? It is not okay for some girl to just put her hands on a guys junk when he doesn't want you to and rub all up on that. I don't...I can't...it is just not cool! Why is every girl in the book portrayed this way? They have no self control and no boundaries. I mean sure you should be able to feel up anyone and it is total cool right?

The guys are not any better. Apparently Amber is way too good looking as well and guys just can't help themselves. Liam has to repeatedly help Amber get away from a guy who doesn't understand no means no. I could maybe see once at the party, but to repeatedly have to save her from lust crazed guys was a little much. Does no one have any self control? Apparently not.

Amber is really not any better than any of the other girls. She starts seeing Liam, but doesn't want anyone to know since he used to be a player. I mean he is a boy and he thinks he won't cheat on her but come on. What guy can stop having sex with other girls when they have a girlfriend? I don't know any...anyways once it gets out that Liam has a girlfriend the other girls start a betting pool for who can sleep with him next. Because it is so much fun to sexually harass a guy to try and get him to cheat on his girlfriend. I mean yeah. So there are tons of girls who buy in, including Amber. So Amber starts teasing Liam at school, flashing him her panties and be all up on him in front of everyone. I mean she just wanted people to think he liked her because she was tired of lying about her relationship...even though she is the only reason they are lying about it. So once she does her little tease show she hears "the boys all making slutty comments behind me...and the girls all saying what a whore I was. I giggled" Yes what fun having guys make slutty comments and girls calling you a whore! Doesn't every girl aspire to that? It was too much. No impulse control, sex sex sex. Ridiculous! Horrible.

Alright so my other big issue with this book? Amber has supposedly been sexually and physically abused for years by her father. The day it stopped is when Jake and Liam walked in on the father, after beating Amber really badly, trying to rape Amber. Do they do anything about this? Call the cops? Anything? No. They just tell him to get out and never come near her again. Good job guys. I mean why bother trying to do anything about this. Much better to just let him be so maybe he can abuse other girls/families. Way better. So does Amber act like she has been abused? No, not unless the author remembered that she was supposed to be and it could help the plot somehow. She doesn't like people touching her, yet she has people touch her all the time and she doesn't freak out. Only sometimes does she freak out about it, when the author remembers I guess. She dances and the other dancers touch her and that is fine. Liam touches her all the time and that is fine. She dresses sexy and parades around the other guys showing off and everything, and that is all fine. Until it is like wait! She is supposed to have been abused. Let's put in another scene where she is not okay with something. That works. It is like the author does not know what it would be like to have been abused. It was ridiculous. I kept forgetting because Amber did not act like an abused girl. It really was not cool. Why put that back story in there if you are not actually going to make your characters have that back story? Really it made me a bit angry as well...it is hard for most people to get over something like that. It is hard to deal with and...it just made me angry.

Then finally the end. Some spoilers, but really you shouldn't read this book so it doesn't really matter. So Amber's dad moved back to town with a new family and wants to see Amber again. Of course she doesn't want to, but accidentally does when she goes over to his house with his step-son who she became friends with! Why oh why would you chance seeing him again? Yes, he is not supposed to be there, but really? There is no way I would ever get near him again, never get in a position that it was possible if I could help it. I just...no. Anyways they find out that the dad is abusing the new family so there is this big thing where the dad comes over then Jake and Liam are there and the dad is a jerk and Liam snaps and beats him up. Liam gets arrested as dad presses charges so Amber saves the day by going to the dad, by herself, and getting him to confess everything while she secretly tapes it and sends it to a bunch of people. Okay, I get you need to save Liam, but did you really have to go by yourself? I mean luckily it did not end too badly, but he could easily have killed or raped you before your brother got there. Easy. What do they do with this secret tape? Well they make the dad drop the charges and they just tell him, again, to go away and never come back. What? Really? Again you are just going to let him go away so he can abuse more people? Maybe next time he will find a nice lady with a daughter he can molest. That would be great. I mean you now have the means to put him in jail, but why bother? Much better to let him roam the streets and do whatever he wants. As long as it is not to you. It made me so angry. Well we don't want to put Amber through that again. Oh okay, seeing as how she is not really messed up from the abuse unless it is convenient for the plot. Even if it would be hard for Amber, it might be good to have her talk to someone about it since she is supposed to have issues stemming from the abuse. It just...how can they just turn the other way and hope he doesn't hurt anyone else?

Overall not a good book. Everyone is too sex crazed and Amber does not act like an abused girl. That plus not doing anything to the dad is just....It really made me angry. I don't recommend reading this book.

This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Writing is Rewriting 19 mai 2012
Par writingwithapencil - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Warning: May contain spoilers.

How I made it through...

After reading the astonishing amount of five star reviews for this book, I was immediately intrigued. For a self published book, I found the cover particularly attractive along with what I thought to be a wonderful insight of budding romance in the description. From start to finish, I continued to turn the page for one reason, the characters, and even they struggled to keep my attention at times. I'm not discouraging readers from this book but I'm not recommending it either.

About this book...

Having recovered from an alleged abusive childhood, brother and sister, Jake and Amber live alone? Apparently the mother has a job that requires her absence, meaning teenage parties and under-age drinking all round. Right. Liam, player pervert and saviour all in one, somehow manages to capture the heart of our 'damaged' heroine AND knocks her up. Re-enter long since disappeared violent father. What?

Ridiculously overrated...

The first chapter begins well, developing a story I wanted to continue reading, imagining 'the boy who sneaks in her bedroom window' to be Amber's loyal hero through years of abuse from her father. However, the second chapter jumps 8 years ahead throwing you into an American high school stereotype of sex and parties, no abusive Father to be seen? The only signs of abusive issues I witnessed were Amber's feelings towards being touched, which are quickly broken down by Liam. The rest of the plot had no real edge or structure accompanied by unrealistic ventures such as over two hundred girls betting to sleep with one boy. This leads me to the climax, seemingly split into two parts. If anything it felt drawn out and unfinished, like climbing a mountain only to give up just as your nearing the top. For me, Amber never truly confronts her father at all, despite all the trouble he causes.

Too many mistakes...

Despite the desperate teenage girl inside of me clinging to memories of 'first love' forcing me to read on, it became increasingly difficult to ignore the amount of repeated verbs and phrases. Examples are, 'purred', 'cooed', 'He lifted me as though I weighed nothing' and 'That's so embarrassing.' The writing, though good in places, maintains a passive voice throughout. Furthermore, spelling mistakes and grammatical errors crop up every other page with missing articles, prepositions and incorrect use of past and present tense! It also has some very irritating changes in POV about twelve chapters in. This book is in serious need of editing.

In the end...

I give 'The Boy who sneaks in my Bedroom Window' a two star rating. With no plot, weak dialogue, repetitive writing and poor editing, the characters are easily forgotten.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Horribly Written 23 juillet 2012
Par R McG - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I really wanted to like this book - the plot has lots of potential; however, the annoying, underdeveloped characters, bad dialogue and horrible grammar were too much for me. Honestly, it felt like I was reading a book written by an 80 year old British woman trying to sound like an American teenager. Use of the terms "whilst" and "childminder" are just some examples that come to mind. I found myself skimming the end of the book just I could say I finished it. There was no depth and frankly I thought the "love story" was superficial, corny and unrealistic. I do not recommend this book.
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