J. Daniels’ Bad for You is actually really, really good for you.
Why did I read this? Why? I managed to finish it but only because I forgot to download my next book.
A spectacular end to a trilogy which will leave you both delighted and satisfied.
This story had a lot of potential which simply went to waste. I tried to finish, but just couldn’t do it.
I started out really liking the characters but the story sort of petered out. The real drama faded away and the author threw one in that felt made up. Since there was no real substance to the story, the characters didn’t flesh out.
I had moments of love for this story, but I think in the end we should just be friends.
This Cinderella story was simply disappointing. Every time I thought it was going to pick up and the characters would pull their act together, they back-slipped and became annoying again.
The final (?) story of the Sin Brothers series was certainly exciting. It was full of chase scenes, fights, gun fire and daring escapes. I’m sorry to see the end of these devoted brothers. The ending will be satisfying yet leaves a little wiggle room if Rebecca decides to toss in a follow up novel or novella to tie up some loose ends.
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