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Enter Aubrey a young woman taking pre-law classes who decides to take advantage of a Lawyer network website to help with college assignments. The site is supposed to have vetted all profiles. Aubrey (Alyssa) virtually meets Andrew (Thoreau). Their initial interactions (email then calls) are mostly innocent and professional, but develop into something sexual.
Loved the way the author kept Alyssa and Thoreau apart for so long. However, then having their paths cross creating the contentious dialog and steamy encounters as Andrew and Aubrey.
In my opinion, the book was a little slow. The redeeming quality were the messages between Thoreau and Alyssa. They were witty, funny, and they showed the true qualities of the characters. On the outside, Andrew was a douche. But when he talked to Aubrey he seemed genuine. The story picked up the moment Andrew realized who Aubrey was. He was then bent on teaching her a lesson, but he could not get past the fact that he was extremely attracted to her and he had to have her. Aubrey was smart, a spitfire, and a good counterpart to Andrew when he was being difficult. She showed that she was not going to take his crap. She was going to follow her dreams no matter what anyone said.
The connection between them sexually was great, especially since Andrew was trying to make a point to her for being able to penetrate him in ways others could not and being able to do it by lying. He was allowing her to do things he would not tolerate from anyone else. He did not know how to handle the new feelings he was having.
What I did not understand about Andrew was his distaste for liars when he himself lied about who he was to every lady he met with. He was so hypocritical. I also did not like the fact that his past was such a mystery in the first installment.
I'm giving this installment a 3 star rating mainly because the online correspondence between Andrew and Aubrey. It was sarcastic, witty, and it made Andrew someone a person could want to be with. Basically, those were the only times I liked him in this story. I thought Aubrey was a great equal for him. She was smart to deceive him the way she did. She was ambitious and still finding and chasing her passion. I also liked the cliffhanger. It got me interested into maybe reading the next installment.
Reasonable Doubt was a great story.. it was steamy and funny..
I love Andrew, he had a difficult past and doesn't want anything serious in his life, his only rush was to sleep with lots of women whom he met online and dish them in the morning before getting closer to any of them.. he was trying to escape from everything that reminds him that sadness and betrayed but life keep bringing those memories and messing around with his life.. not letting him fall for anyone or move on..
Andrew was a big time Ahole and even if he was so mean, most of the time.. you're going to love him and laugh so hard with him, his coldness is kind of hot.. He didn't care at all about anything or anybody he only care about himself.. until her..... the only one who will change his game forever..
Alyssa had "everything" in life the looks, the money, the status but she didn't need or want all this.. she just wanted to persue her career as a ballet dancer and star in one of the best productions that anyone could ever dream.. but she has her own problems.. her family is not supportive of her dreams, they have another plans for her.. she just want to be seeing for whom she is.. to be valuable and accepted.. but her own parents are cold and distant, she is not important to them at least is how she feels.
Alyssa is a beautiful heroine, with a strong character we get to see how she becomes stronger in each book .. in this first book she is strong but still vulnerable and fighting to gain a place in her life..
Everything is about to change for Andrew and Alyssa when destiny brings them together... their life wont be the same, priorities may change but nothing can prepare them for this.. not even their protected hearts..