Until July by Aurora Rose Reynolds
Series: Until Her #1
Also in this series: Until June, Until Ashlyn, Until December
Published by Self-published on April 13th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Wes Silver wasn’t looking for love, but when July Mayson literally knocks him on his ass during their first encounter, his world is turned upside down by the quirky blonde, and every moment with her makes him more determined to protect her.
July Mayson doesn’t understand the pull she feels toward the bad boy biker Wes Silver, but she knows being with him is like nothing she’s ever felt before. Now all she has to do is tell her overprotective father, Asher Mayson, that she’s found her boom.
What I like about Ms. Reynolds’s books is that I (usually) get exactly what I was expecting. A light, funny, pretty hot, easy read. Will this be the best book you’ve ever read? Probably not. Is it a literary masterpiece? Well…no.
This is the story of July, Asher and November’s eldest daughter, and Wes, a former Navy SEAL turned biker mechanic/shop-owner. It’s filled with clichéd alpha speak and the kind of moves that, if found in real life, would probably land the guy in jail or at least with a restraining order. But you know what? I don’t care, I love her boom insta-love thingy.
Wes was a seriously hot alpha biker with a filthy, filthy mouth. July was a good h. She was sweet, not a doormat and has brains inside her head (well, mostly. Ok, she does some stupid shit but is not a complete airhead) unlike some other protagonists I won’t mention *cough*London*cough*.
It did feel at some points that the story was a bit slow…at around the 80% mark, I was wondering what else could still happen but then the action picked up again and one kidnapping later we were back on track.
The epilogue was really sweet, LOVEDIT! But I was a bit confused by the cut scene… that didn’t provide me with any new information or give me more warm and fuzzy feelings. I recommend you just skip it because if read right after the epilogue it might interfere with your happy epilogue high.
I’m really looking forward to Jax’s story. Oh, and unlike some of her other new books, this starts at the beginning so you can understand who’s who and what’s what and be able to follow the storyline.
Rating: 4 Don’t Mess With The Epilogue High Stars
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