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Until July: ( Until Her ) by [Reynolds, Aurora Rose]
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About the Author

Aurora Rose Reynolds is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author of many books, including the Until series, the Underground Kings series, and Fighting to Breathe. Visit Aurora at

Roger Wayne hails from small-town Minnesota. He served in the Air Force as a broadcast journalist in South Korea before obtaining his BA in communications and journalism. Roger has recorded for video games, animation, and commercials, and he loves making books come to life. You can see what he's up to at

Jillian Macie loves narrating audiobooks, especially racy stories with strong female protagonists. When not in the recording booth, you can find her running on the trails near her home or chauffeuring her children to all of their various activities.

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  • File Size: 2096 KB
  • Print Length: 238 pages
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  • Publisher: Aurora Rose Reynolds (April 13, 2015)
  • Publication Date: April 13, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,648 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The writing in this book is really bad.

I don't usually review but I feel very ripped off for having bought this book so I want to warn other readers. This could be a good story, but it lacks any editing and is under developed. The book is rendered almost unreadable and makes no sense in parts.

We have on one page-

‘My sister June has on a navy blue dress, the same length as mine. The outer shell is a lace material. Her long brown hair is tied back in a straight pony tail. December is wearing a dress similar to mine, only hers has one long sleeve, and her long dirty-blonde hair is down each side of her breasts.’

The next page after we have heard exactly what the other sisters May and December are wearing …

‘June smiles looking at me instead of wearing a dress she has on a black strapless romper with a chunky gold necklace that somehow accentuates her cleavage the bottom of the romper flares out at the ankle showing off a pair of gold heels I may have to steel from her. Her hair is short but the cut stylish, which fits her almond, shaped face perfectly.’

Not only is June apparently wearing two completely different outfits and has two different haircuts in the space of a page, but we have the complete lack of punctuation which renders the writing indecipherable. ‘Steel’ and also please could someone tell me what an ‘almond, shaped face’ is? It sounds odd.

This would be fine if it was free fanfiction. But if you are charging $3.99 for your book, then hire an editor or don’t release it. I don't want to author bash, but I also do not think authors should get away with publishing such substandard writing.
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I'm actually disappointed to say I liked it but didn't love it. I expected to love it. Be cause I love ARR books. I love those Mayson boys. And I just knew I would love the girls. There wasn't a lot of depth in it. It was a quick instant love which I love but parts of it made me say "really?". It was too fast. Everything happened too fast. One part had me like so confused. You'll know when you get there. Overall it was just okay for me. Which makes me sad because I wanted to love it.
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I absolutely loved the original 'Until' series and was excited to read the next generation Mayson books. The anticipation of this book was outrageous and I took time off of work to read it (ended up getting up at 1:00 in the morning and immediately devouring the book in under 3 hours).

3.5 3.75 stars.

The writing is classic ARR, narrated similarly to Until November - mostly July with some Wes thrown in. Insta-love, over the top alpha males, feisty heroine and motorcycles. Wes was a smokin' hot Hero, who was able to keep July in line, love her and still not come across as too cartoonish. July held her ground and gave as good as she got most of the time. I would say I absolutely loved this book. So why not 5- stars, you ask?

**Spoilers if you haven't read the original Until series***
Timing. We all know July is the oldest of the Mayson kids. In Cash and Lilly's story, I think she's 6/7. Jax is 3. In Nico's epilogue, his oldest daughters are 17 and Sage and Nalia are 6. Making July at least 24 and Jax about 21.

In Until July, she's 26 which makes Jax 23/24. Sage and Nalia should be 9 or 10, max. But when the female cousins go out, Nalia is over 21 and we learn that Sage works with Jax. Huh? Inconsistencies like this in a series of complicated familial story-lines drives me crazy. It's bad enough FSOG is mentioned as a current, relevant story in July's world but to so blatantly ignore a timeline created just a few months ago, is unacceptable.

/* end rant

Also, the end felt rushed and just a tad under-developed. I was shocked to come to chapter 16 and have no real resolution to what seemed like a major plot point, only to have it all happen in a few pages in the last chapter.
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I've read all the other books in this series (Cash and Nico were the best IMO). And all the guys were totally Alpha males. But there's a difference between Alpha and controlling, borderline abusive behavior.

This guy, Wes, threatens July, the heroine, whenever she contradicts him. If she speaks out against him, he threatens to spank her hard, as punishment. (Not in a sexy, mutually enjoyed, S&M way, either). She should be able to say whatever she wants without threat of punishment. If he doesn't like what she says, then he should either discuss it with her or leave. She is an equal. She can say whatever she wants.

He also treats her like a child, refusing to tell her anything about what's going on as if she's too stupid to understand or too fragile to bear it. The irony is, if he had just told her what was happening, about 3/4 of the plot would never have occurred. Which, obviously, is why the author did that. But IMO that's a fake plot device. If the story can't stand up to minimal scrutiny, it's not strong enough to publish.

That's not the biggest problem with the story though. The BIGGEST problem is the absolute lack of relationship development. They go from meeting to living together in a blip. Now, earlier books were based upon the the family "gift/curse" of the men knowing when they meet the woman who is The One. But, even then, it was handled so much better. There was SOME progression. It was fast, but it was THERE. Here, Wes isn't even a family member. And there is zero progression. He's all in from Day One basically. She resists for like a second and then flips a switch and is right there with him. Instalove, ok, but this was practically a pre-existing condition. Boring to read.
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