5 Star Review: Affirmation (Legal Affairs #1.6) by Sawyer Bennett

Wednesday, 26 March 2014 No comments
Affirmation (Legal Affairs, #1.6)Affirmation by Sawyer Bennett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well that's it, the conclusion has been reached and Matt and Mac's story has been told.

The series was enjoyable and I would recommend it to anyone who has yet to read it. Especially as you can now read one book after the other which for me would have been preferable rather than waiting 2 weeks in between instalments. That said, the story was fun, sexy as hell and also had an emotional element as Matt and Mac tried to develop a relationship with worked for them both.

This final book ticked all the boxes for me though. I was worried that the story would just start to slip away but yet again another hurdle was presented to Mac which she needed to work through with Matt if their relationship had any chance of surviving.

I look forward to re-reading this again at a later date to re-live the story in one go.


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5 Star Review: Reparation (Legal Affairs #1.5) by Sawyer Bennett

Friday, 7 March 2014 No comments
Reparation (Legal Affairs, #1.5)Reparation by Sawyer Bennett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well you can't say you don't get enough steaminess from Mac and Matt!!!

After accepting his feelings for Mac, Matt starts to enjoy the pleasures of being in a relationship with her and tries to ignore any nagging doubts he has based on his previous hellish relationships.

Once again this was another quick and satisfying read and I am still really enjoying the premise of the storyline and especially the characters, Matt and Mac. Matt has his flaws, yes, but as the series moves along you can see why and what he's going through to fight his demons, one of which shows up at the end of this story.

Only one more book to go, which is a shame as I'm really getting into this series now!


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4.5 Star Review: Toxic (Ruin, #2) by Rachel Van Dyken

Tuesday, 4 March 2014 No comments
Toxic (Ruin, #2)Toxic by Rachel Van Dyken
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4.5 Stars

Finally, it's Gabe time and he didn't disappoint. I don't know if it's because I listened to the book via Aubible but Gabe seemed to be a completely different character in this book. Gone is the funny, loveable rogue and in comes a version who is deeply troubled, angry, hurtful, dismissive and most of all cruel, especially to Saylor, the poor girl who turned to listen to his music only to find herself the target of his full on emotions.

Never fear though, as the story progresses you develop a new love for Gabe and when you realise what he's endured through his life you can't help but cry, for him, for Kimmy/Princess and for the life they loved and lost.

I do find these stories very wordy and they tend to be a little repetitive with scenes recounted again and again but each time with more heartbreak. That said, I really enjoyed the story and as I neared the end I was really crying and gasping at the beauty of the story.




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