Review: Neighborhood Watch

Monday 5 March 2018
Neighborhood Watch Neighborhood Watch by Stylo Fantome
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Who doesn’t love a story about a broken man!

Finally, it’s Landon and Tori’s turn to tell their story. Landon is Liam’s twin and Tori is Liam’s sex club manager but together, Landon and Tori are simply explosive.

Right from the start, which began at the end of the last book, we knew we were in for a treat where these two are concerned. Tori is still sore that Liam doesn’t act on her romantic feelings towards him and after getting drunk, decides actions speak louder than words. The only problem…. it’s Landon’s face she finds herself glued to and not Liam’s!

Tori thinks she’s found the perfect sexual partner and one to keep up with her voracious sexual appetite. Thinking that Liam really knows what buttons to press where she is concerned, Tori is in heaven, that is until she realises that it’s Liam’s troublesome brother that her lips are attached to. Despite her initial repulsion, Tori decides to satisfy her needs with Landon and despite disliking him, she finds her body drawn to him.

Landon really does enter this story with a bang. He’s cocky, arrogant and dominant. He knows what he wants and isn’t afraid to voice his demands in the crudest way possible much to Tori’s delight. Hiding behind sex and trying to forget their problems, Landon and Tori make an unusual pairing but when Landon invites Tori to Bali with him, all expenses paid, she decides time away from Liam is just what she needs. What she doesn’t realise is that a free holiday actually comes at a price.

As expected for the brother who has fallen from grace, Landon has ulterior motives where Tori is concerned. Still wrapped up in drink and drugs, Landon’s problems escalate when he reaches Bali but what he doesn’t expect is to find himself falling for the exuberant Tori and before long they start to connect on an emotional as well as physical level. Unfortunately for Tori, Landon’s past is about to become her very real future.

This was another wonderful story in this hugely successful series. Landon and Tori both seemed so mysterious and I couldn’t wait to read their story. The only downside for me was that Landon was portrayed as too much of a dominant jerk at the start of the story and whilst I did thaw towards him, I never really connected with his character. Despite that, his relationship with Tori was fascinatingly turbulent and their story was totally unexpected. I’m definitely sorry to see this series come to a close.

This ebook was kindly provided by the author prior to release in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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