- File Size: 3114 KB
- Print Length: 193 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500985783
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: WGW (August 25, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 25, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00N1WNV5A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,828 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm giving you two weeks to come to your ****ing senses..."
"Two weeks," he whispered. "That's when you and I are going to meet face to face, and I'm going to claim every inch of you."
It doesn't happen too often that I become consumed with a story from the very first page, something in the writing style and the voice of the characters grabbing me instantaneously, but from the moment I opened the first book, I was obsessed. Normally not a great fan of serials due to my inherently impatient nature, this story crushed all my biases and made the anticipation of the rest of the series so deliciously addictive, I think the wait was half the fun. And as I now reflect on the story as a whole, I am in total awe of the skilful way it was told, peeled off layer by layer, making me realise that every deceptively random scene had a set purpose in the big picture that is the story of Andrew and Aubrey.
I know this feeling will only last for so long; it never stays. In less than a week, I'll have to find someone else.
Andrew Hamilton is a successful lawyer, a loner, a man who professes not to believe in relationships and who hides his past fiercely. The last six years of his life have revolved solely around his career and his pursuit of the next one-night-stand. He avoids building friendships and emotional attachments in his life, no woman ever making him want to change his one and only `dating' policy...
"One dinner. One night. No repeats.Read more ›
Highly entertaining, deliciously sexy as sin, and incredibly intense, Reasonable Doubt will set your eReaders on fire! The storyline had me hooked in Volume 1 and kept me engaged through the very end. Andrew Hamilton is a hero you will love to hate, and hate to love. He is a complete a**hole at times, and can be incredibly frustrating and stubborn. The thing is, in the final installment of this series, you get to see, what I call, the REAL Andrew! You learn about Andrew’s past and the COMPLETE HELL that he went through, and you understand why he is the way he is. I was so connected with Andrew, that this revelation was very emotional for me.
This volume starts off in a VERY hostile environment. The truth has come out, and ANDREW is pissed! AUBREY is pissed because Andrew is pissed, and we jump right back on the crazy roller coaster ride that is their relationship. A few curse words are thrown, some unknown substances are placed in people’s coffee, and hate email are all the rage! It’s hilarious as hell, but at the same time, your heart aches for these two. You go into this knowing that they will eventually get their Happily Ever After, but the road to that HEA is a tough, emotional, and steamy ride.
All in all, the series tied up very nicely, and I was satisfied with the conclusion. I only hope that one day Ms. Williams will bring us more Andrew and that filthy, sexy mouth of his.
Okay, seriously, this series started off as smut, so why the H am I crying? I don’t do that! These books are supposed to be about hotness and sexiness and rampant sensuality, but this installment of Reasonable Doubt is so much more! Whitney G has outdone herself here. I’ve read tons of books where the hero starts off as a complete douche and then does a 180, crawling and groveling and, yes, that works, but in Andrew’s case, you’ll end up “getting” him, feeling for him (I won’t say “lusting after him” because that’s stating the obvious) but he doesn’t turn into a wuss. He’s Andrew through and through. Smirking, brow-arching, dirty-talking Andrew. Only he’s Liam.
But what makes the difference for me is Aubrey. I’ve had enough of the “doormat”, spineless type of girl who gives everything up to a domineering male, succumbing to his every whim, then changing him through her pliability (definition: the quality of being easily bent—pun fully intended). Aubrey is different. For once, this girl is willing to settle for less in sex but more in the respect department. In someone who maybe is less hot but treats her better. And she shuns Andrew. Again. Again. And yet again. I got such immense satisfaction from Aubrey’s stance. And it’s not only Andrew in the receiving end of that attitude but her impossible parents as well. She manages to break free from every demand made on her and carves a life on her own. And then she gets all she wants and more. Seriously, the audition scene made me cry!!
As for the writing? It’s stellar! I feel that Whitney G. gave everything to this installment! Flowing descriptions, poignancy, heart-wrenching backstory on top of the amazing banter and the jaw-dropping comebacks we all came to love.
And what’s with *End of Episode #3*???? Is this not the finale?!!! Reasonable Doubt was a great ride, and if you enjoy reading this genre, I strongly recommend you join the hordes of hardcore fans.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love love loved it. Wanted more. This was a short story but it was written well. I loved the characters and the storyline. They were great. Read morePublished 7 days ago by J Mc
What a fantastic series! I binged on these books over the course of a day and a half. I loved Whitney G's writing, how she brings her characters to life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Erin
A very nice story and such a sweet ending. We all wanted that for Andrew/Liam.😃😃. I liked this Book much better than Book 2 of this Series.😃Published 2 months ago by Janet
So many books lately have been so wordy that I find myself skimming. Reasonable Doubt 1, 2 and 3 had me on the edge of my seat the whole day it took to read them!Published 2 months ago by D Coons
Oh dear, Andrew is a complete jerk in the beginning and I'm so proud of Aubrey for finally standing up to him and her parents. It's about time she got a backbone. Read morePublished 2 months ago by LilleyLoohLah