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- File Size : 1915 KB
- Publication Date : October 31, 2017
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B0751HWZCP
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 289 pages
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #978,671 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I absolutely loved everything about this story, but I especially adored the main characters, Sasha and Declan. They were just too cute with their back and forth banter and their denial for their feelings for one another was simply priceless.
I Knocked Him Out can totally be read as a standalone, but I highly recommend checking out the first book, I Stole His Car, not only because it was awesome, but just so that you can get to know the background of the other characters in this book.
Jessica Frances is an amazing writer and her words seem to flow effortlessly across the pages. With a well-written story, likeable characters, and a mixture of romance and suspense, you simply can’t go wrong by giving this book a try – and while you’re at it, pick up the whole series. You will not regret it!
5 well deserving stars
Sasha and Declan's chemistry is off the charts. Everyone around them can see it except for the two of them. Well, actually Declan sees it, but he's holding a grudge for some crazy reason. Crazy things happen, she literally knocks him out 😂 and they decide to give a relationship a try. There is some mystery and drama surrounding them, where they have to stick together for protection. That helps them as well while trying to build on the relationship side.
Sasha is as funny and feisty as you can imagine. She doesn't have any problem saying it like it is, and sticking up for her friends who she sees as her family.
The part I didn't like at all, just like in book 1 of this series, was the fact that we don't get Declan's point of view at all. I felt like I was missing out on good chunks of the story because of that. I also didn't feel like I knew him at all. He was just there 🤷🏼♀️
I could not put this book down.
It is so good to see such strong characters both female and male makes for a great read as always the way the characters are written makes me wish i was part of the group and in my head i am!
Declan oh my goodness i dunno what to even say.
I loved the banter between them and the group as a whole
i am on the edge of my seat waiting for more books i can not get enough i am hooked this book was definitely a knock out in my opinion !
Let me start by saying this story is the first I have read from this author and I was completely excited to experience her writing style. This book turned out to be a good read. I completely agree with the author by saying although this book can be read as a standalone, I also agree that its best if the books are read in order. There were parts in this book that made me wish I had read "I Stole His Car" first because I felt as if I missed the start of the friendship between these characters and when it comes to friendship, it's an important part of this story. I finished this story in one sitting; there were parts that made me laugh out loud but the suspense within the story had me wanting to know who was behind everything. There were parts that were a little predictable but it's the certainty of knowing exactly who was behind the revenge. The one thing I wished this story had was a little more romance. I enjoyed Declan and Sasha's characters as much as I did the other characters in this story, but I truly wanted and expected more romance between the main characters and not getting the romance I was seeking between the two characters was a little disappointing. I wanted to feel that deep connection, especially since there was a lot of history between the two. However, this was still a good suspense filled read and I would read more books from this author.
We meet Declan and Sasha in I Stole His Car. They both work together, and even grew up together, but they have never gotten along. In fact, they seem out to get one another. They simply have mutual friends, which forces them together. However, all that changes when Declan gets a weird feeling over a guy who shows interest in Sasha. He pretends they are dating to get the guy to back off and that escalates to laughing drama that draws them closer. Both Sasha and Declan then realize that not everything they thought about each other was true. They both—Declan more than Sasha—find out that what they perceived was warped. In the end, I felt really bad for Declan.
The suspense in the book had me holding my breath and flipping fast through the pages. You can feel everything leading up to a big moment. The mystery in the book shocked me. I did not figure out the puzzle. There were just enough pieces missing not to make the connection. Loved it!
I love how Ava and Zander, from I Stole His Car, are still such a big part of the story. You get to see where life is taking them. Now I can’t wait for Joey’s book!!!!
Did I mention how funny this series is?
Top reviews from other countries
This book is quite light when it comes to the suspense/danger theme, and the romance is slow burn-ish. Ava and Zander pop into this book a fair bit, which was nice (for some reason Zander’s avoidance of dirty diapers didn’t make me laugh, although a tentative smile occurred a few times). One issue I had was that if 3 years or there about have elapsed between book 1 and 2, then Jensen should have been walking, talking, toilet training, etc, but he was presented more as a baby who could barely crawl.
As a second book in the series this was ok, but for some reason I didn’t find myself as engaged as I was with the first book, with this book the characters and plot are already fading from my mind (yet I can recall a lot from the first book).