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Infatuation (Underground Kings) Paperback – October 23, 2019
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- Publisher : Independently published (October 23, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 115 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1702186911
- ISBN-13 : 978-1702186919
- Item Weight : 6.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.29 x 9 inches
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*Warning* This book deals with sexual assault subject matter that may be a trigger for some please know that it is handled with the utmost consideration and care. You only get to hear the after effects you do NOT get detailed retelling/reliving of the assault. The victim is spared even remembering the event.
Justin is a computer/tech genius working for a company that takes care of problems in the grey area of law/military enforcement. Basically they are untouchable. Justin is at home when his new neighbor walks in the building and its love at first sight. Aubrey is trying to survive her daily life sleeping at a friends apartment while hiding from her past. When a gorgeous neighbor comes to her rescue when her piece of junk car refuses to start she feels instantly drawn to him but must be careful of who she trusts. She has to keep her main priority in mind at all times, but when Justin proves to be the best man she has ever met she is glad she took the chance to place her trust in him.
Justin is an awesome character you meet him for the first time in an earlier book when he is younger and he is really sweet, smart, and lovable. I was so excited he finally got his own book my only complaint....I wish it was longer i wanted even more. I will say that the author packed a lot of good storytelling in a shorter book. Aubrey is the perfect match for Justin and couldn’t have been written better. Great job Ms. Reynolds I really enjoyed this book. It was definitely worth the price and the read. Enjoy!
Doesn’t matter. Great book.
Justin was always a bit of a wild card for me. I didn’t expect him to be all alpha male after meeting him in Autumns story because she described him as a nerd but I guess everyone’s ideas of a nerd would be case by case. 😃
I’ve always respected Justin because he’s always protecting his friends with super valuable information they wouldn’t get any other way. He knows his place in the team and will do whatever needs to be done to protect his friends and family. This book is just another representation of that. I loved how possessive he was over Aubrey from the get go even though she was 9 months pregnant and ready to pop. That didn’t matter to him. He learned her story and fell in love with her anyway and started taking care of her immediately. He gave her a family that she didn’t have.
Great story, great book. Highly recommend.
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One of the big things that let the novella down for me was the heroine’s reactions to what occurred to her, it felt wholly unrealistic – that was one strand of the story which for me was not well done.
It feels like this was an intentional re-read, as so much felt familiar as I read, but I’m not 100% sure.
Overall, this was a super quick read.