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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.
Andrew is a lawyer who is trying to find a woman who he can actually talk to and not lie to him, seems to think he found it when Alyssa or shall we say Aubrey. When she connect with him to ask questions for court cases, the strike up a friendship sorta say over the phone, but it's when the time comes that Aubrey has to face the real world and interview for an intern at a Prestigious law firm, she is floored to find out who she is actually interviewing for.
Andrews world is turned upside down when he finds out who the real Alyssa is and wishes he never had, but now that he knows who she really is, he is going to make sure she pays for all her lies....but...in reality...who is he really trying to hurt..Aubrey for her lies or himself that he can't accept the truth about his feeling???
I really enjoyed the book, loved the connection of both characters, love the hot scenes, but I really wish that the female character would stand up a bit more for herself other than just break down and cry...the way he talks to her, would have landed him a good right hook or even a good well deserved slap.
Aside from that I really enjoyed the book, Can't wait to read part 2 :)
For book one, it's definitely a 3 star. For the overall series, I teeter from a 3.5 to 4. It wasn't a "great" read for me, but it was entertaining despite how much I didn't want it to be.
I found the beginning a bit crude (which I thought worked) and intriguing. But soon after, things felt so...unbelievable. Not the chance meeting and realization of who the two of them really were...but how things progressed. It bordered on a very fine edge of just fictional erotic and uncomfortable.
I also didn't enjoy the characters in the first book. I found them shallow and almost cookie-cutter. But, the story had still managed to piqued my curiosity so I found myself reading the 2nd book (since it was about as short as the first).
The second book wasn't a great improvement, but it was still an improvement. I found myself slowly connecting with the main characters and curious to where they'd end up. By that time, I figured, "Eh, why not" and read the last in the trilogy.
Had the author spent as much time on the first two books (at least page wise) as she had on the 3rd, I think this review would easily have been one of much more praise. I found the characters much improved and more easy to relate too. The circumstances didn't seem "so far out" as it had in the first book.
Overall, I'd really only recommend if you have Kindle Unlimted and are looking for an easy read. The first book is free and 2 and 3 are free through KU (which I have). Had it not been free, I wouldn't have read the other 2 books.
If you don't have KU, I wouldn't suggest wasting the money on it.
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I read this book in 1 hour flat!
I love the characters as well.