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Cage - Harper Sloan I was prepared for the overuse (and I mean OVERUSE) of foul language, but not for a hero who treats women with the exception of a few, like a disposable, warm and bitchy hole. Not that the women he uses for pleasure are lied to and promised more. They are good enough to be used but apparently don't deserve any kind words. The one in question here is neither exceptionally likable nor the pride and joy of my gender, on the contrary, but in the end I need to like the hero not the antagonistic vamp. And it definitely can be said that Cage didn't endear himself to me enough to continue reading his story. DNF.