Until June (Until Her Series, Book #2) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

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Until June (Until Her Series, Book #2) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

BXTCHES Gotta Warn: If by some crazy chance, Until June is the very first time you have heard of Aurora Rose Reynolds, then pay attention. Usually I will be a helpful BXTCH and enlighten as to whether or not you can thoroughly enjoy a book without partaking in the ones that came before. And truth be told, you may be able to do that with Until June, I just don’t recommend it. This is a generational series and if you think you’re going to enjoy this series (oh and you will), then don’t start with this book. You need to go back and start with the Until Series, which is the series that kicks it all off. So, start with this order. . .

Until NovemberUntil TrevorUntil LillyUntil Nico

After you have enjoyed the Mayson men and their woman and trust a BXTCH, it’s good fucking reading, you’re going to move onto the kiddos, starting with the Until Her Series and book #1 in that series is Until July THEN we’re going to cut over to book #1 in the Until Him series and read all about fine ass Jax in Until Jax THEN we’re back to the Until Her Series and right where we are now with June’s story. So, technically you don’t have to really start with the parents in the Until Series, but I promise you, it’s worth it.

Until June will be told through the dual POV of June and Evan.

In Until July, we kinda got a teeny glimpse into June and what was happening with her (see what you miss when you read books out of order?). Remember the girls were all out and June had mentioned that she was married and that she had recently been served divorce papers from her mother-in-law. When she mentioned her husband’s name (Evan), Ashlyn (Jax’s sister) spoke up about Jax hiring hiring a guy named Evan who was obviously June’s ex. So, that somewhat gave us an idea of what was happening  in June’s life.

Now, June is back home in Tennessee and Jax has her “under protection” and her watch dog is none other than. . .Evan. June’s ex-boyfriend, Lane, was caught up in a drug scandal and has recently been placed behind bars, but to be sure that June is safe from the likes of Lane’s family and “associates”, her family thinks that it is best for her to be guarded. . .hence the bodyguard. The catch here is no one, except the ones she told on her girls’ night out, even knows about her relationship with Evan. That includes her parents, her uncles, and Jax, so when she puts in the request to have Evan removed from “June duty”, it falls on deaf ears.

When June confesses her secret marriage to her girls on that night out in Until July, the reader is kind of given the impression that Evan is an asshole. I mean who marries a girl, very whirlwind by the way, right before he is set to leave for boot camp, then comes home from Afghanistan and is home for two weeks with no contact with his bride, then has his mom serve the papers? That’s pretty assholey, right? But, once you understand his story, your heart does soften a bit towards him.

Evan comes from a pretty fucked up family. He went to war, his convoy was blown up and he lost all of his friends because of it, and that seriously messed with his head. He never divorced June due to a lack of love, it was the exact opposite. But, like any great alpha, he knows what exactly it is that he wants and he’s determined to get it back.

There is certainly some suspenseful drama clawing it’s way out of this one. If you remember from July’s story, her hubby Wes, belongs to a MC, well, Evan has joined the same MC. . .Broken Eagles. . .and I am pretty stoked to say that there is a bit more MC action in June than there was in July and that makes me a very happy BXTCH. It’s not really a ton, ton (yes, I meant to say that twice), this isn’t a MC story first, but it’s just enough to satisfy my MC craving. And some of the drama in June, surrounds the MC, so that was fun.

While I believe that the whole Until Series is a great ensemble cast, we don’t get our fix with everybody in June. Of course we get Asher and November as well as the sisters, and we also get a bit from Nico. We don’t get anything from Trevor and Liz (bummer) and we have yet to get the full spectrum of all of the kids, but I understand, this is a story about June and I’m sure trying to include everyone would take away from what the book needs to do. But, overall I though that June had just enough of the ensemble to remind you of them and why you fell in love with the Mayson family in the first place. Asher was the first Mayson story to be released and he still gives it just as good. Since Ashlyn is next in line for the Until Her series, she got a little play time and just like in July, you know from her appearance in June that her story is certainly going to revolve around her boss, Dillon and this BXTCH cannot wait. I’m not sure who is next in line in the Until Him series, but if I was to put in a request, I’m asking for Sage. Please make that happen.

I’ve said this before, but sometimes when I read sex in various books, I wonder if I would be able to capture a moment and have it come alive as well as someone like Aurora Rose Reynolds? Truthfully, probably not. But, Lordy Lou, I wonder if while some of these authors are getting the business, are they mentally taking notes, or are they just watching good porn? I’m not complaining either way, because Evan knows how to give the business and give it good. There is no lack of libido on either part in Until June and it certainly leaves the reader satisfied. 

When it comes to series that I am already devoted to, I don’t really read the reviews that readers have left on Amazon or Goodreads, because my mind is already made up and I know I am purchasing the next book regardless, I mean c’mon, I am mentally invested in this family. Having said that, I did happen to check out the “critical” reviews on Amazon and everyone is entitled to his/her own opinion, and some of the complaints, I understood. . .the main ones being that there was too much sex and there is a lot of it in this book, but I saw it more as a couple who really shouldn’t have been separated, trying to make up for lost time. I imagine if my husband were in the military or any job that took him away from me and my bed for long periods of time, then his dick is going to get a workout when it he gets back, so I can’t be too critical about that issue. The other complaint is Evan is too alpha and he treats June as a doormat. The only thing I can say to that is I don’ really think you read it right or read it how Aurora Rose Reynolds intended for Evan to be. She did a good job in displaying the love Evan has for June and vice versa. The complaint that there is a lack of a storyline, made me chuckle a bit. Leading up to this book, every female in the entire Until Series has had some sort of issue with her that required her to be rescued and if she would’ve went that way with June, I still would’ve loved the book, but I would also understand the complaint better. The story is good, I do think that there are others in the series that are more robust, but all in all, she told the story well. The only piece of advice I can offer is this. . .if you decide to indulge in June before getting to know the Mayson’s, then don’t complain. Each person brings their own uniqueness to each book and if you haven’t yet enjoyed them then it’s kind of hard to get the full experience. Anyway, that’s my rant. Can’t wait for Ashlyn’s story.

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Until Jax (Until Him Series, Book #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

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Until Jax (Until Him Series, Book #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

BXTCHES Gotta Warn: Until Jax is a spin-off of the Until Series (November/Trevor/Lilly/Nico). Jax belongs to Cash and Lilly (Until Lilly) and believe it or not, I don’t think it’s necessary for you to have read the Until Series before you start Until Jax, I recommend you do based solely on the fact that it’s a pretty fantastic series. However, the blurb on Amazon for Until Jax, states that this is a stand-alone book. I have to respectably disagree with that and here’s why. The way Until Jax begins is going to really confuse you unless you have first read Until July, because Jax’s story picks up where July’s book end. So, maybe you won’t start your love affair with Jax by reading the Until Series, but you certainly have to start it with Until July. BXTCHES have been warned!

You will get to enjoy Until Jax through the POV’s of Jax and Ellie.

I hope you have read Until July, because if you haven’t, I may spoil some things for you. July was kidnapped at the end of her story. The kidnapping involves the dog fighting ring she was trying to expose, but was more broadly tied to sex trafficking. During her capture, she meets another victim, Ellie. Ellie was sold by her mother (I know, what a bitch) and while she is freaking out because she has been kidnapped, she is really flipping out because she needs to get to her daughter, Hope. If you read Until July, well then you know that Wes and Jax came to the rescue. If you haven’t read Until July, just know that July has herself a hot, Alpha man, who’s gonna do whatever it takes to protect her. Back to Ellie. During the rescue, Ellie and Jax come across one another and Jax discovers his BOOM. Jax, who never believed in the Mayson curse, knows without a doubt, Ellie is his.

Jax has a plan. That plan includes driving Ellie to pick up Hope and informing her that she and Hope are going to be moving in with him, all in the name of protection, of course, at least that is how Jax is going to sell it. Ellie is certainly skittish when it comes to Jax, her mom did try to sell her into the world of sex after all, so given that tidbit of information, you can imagine the kind of upbringing she had. It is going to take a bit of work for Jax to make Ellie comfortable enough so she is able to feel the BOOM.

Ellie is a virgin, which is why her mother sold her. No worries, it wasn’t an immaculate conception or anything. Hope is actually Ellie’s niece. Ellie’s brother was killed in a car accident, along with Hope’s mom, when Hope was just 4 weeks old. Tragic, but all Hope knows is Ellie and Ellie recognizes Hope as her own in every sense of the word. 

It may take Jax a few to get Ellie on board with the idea of a them, but it is a fantastic journey that Aurora Rose Reynolds will take you on.

If you have followed the Mayson family up to this point, then get ready, because some of them are back for this ride. July is an obvious one. Since her and Ellie suffered through a traumatic experience together, they have become fast friends. So fast in fact, July asks Ellie to be a bridesmaid in her nuptials to Wes. We get some Cash and Lilly along with Ashlyn. In July’s story, we got a little bit of what was going on in June’s (July’s sister) life and we get a bit more here, which helps because I think June’s story is next for the Until Her series. There’s also a great story working with Kim, a co-worker of Ellie’s, and Sage, Jax’s cousin. I’m not sure when or if it’ll become it’s own story, but I sure hope so, because it is a juicy story. There’s also a visit from Jules (if you don’t know who she is, you’re gonna have to just read). All in all, it’s a really great ensemble that works so well off of one another. And the cherry on to of this great cast is, Hope. She is so fantastically written, you’re going to be smitten from her first word. Aurora Rose Reynolds certainly makes you want to fall in love with all of the Mayson characters, just by reading the story of one.

Like with all the Mayson men, get ready to claw the sheets because Jax brings it in the bedroom. Even before Ellie turns in her V-Card, the sexual tension building between Jax and Ellie is almost touchable, it’s so thick. But when the time comes to feel it in their bones, there is no disappointment. Aurora Rose Reynolds really knows how to get your imagination firing from all angles when it comes to getting the deep dick.

Even though this series is really split up into different ones (Until/Until Her/Until Him), it’s all good, just make sure you’re reading them in the order that they have been released. Aurora Rose Reynolds does an exceptional job getting you to invest in this wonderful family. So addicted in fact, it becomes very difficult to put the story down at all. I have actually read Until Jax three times because I continued to procrastinate when it came to writing my review, that said, it wasn’t a hardship whatsoever. All re-reading did, was reinforce my love for all things Mayson. Go ahead and dig in, you’ll be adding another book boyfriend to the list in no time.Bxtches Be ReadingBook Review.4Favorite Quotes TagUntil Jax (Until Him Series, Book #1) | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Until July (Until Her Series, Book #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

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Until July (Until Her Series, Book #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

BXTCHES Gotta Warn: Until July/Until Her Series is a spin-off of the Until Series (November/Trevor/Lilly/Nico). Does this mean you have to read that series in order to enjoy this series? No. But, I will tell you this, if you decide to fall in love with July (and Wes) and trust a BXTCH, you will, and you have yet to fall in love with her parents, then I’m pretty certain you’re going to want to read the entire Until Series, like one after the other, like no sleep at all, like one-click then one-click then one-click, well, I think you understand. Consider yourself warned.

Until July will be told through the POV’s of July and Wes.

In case you’re one of the few who haven’t had your toes curled by November and Asher (Until November), then I should probably tell you that July is their oldest daughter and believe it or not the other four daughters are: June, May, December, and April (love it). Wes and July first meet while July is out on a bike ride (that’s a motorcycle), and she tasers Wes, there’s a little more to it, but that’s the gist. They meet again when Wes comes into July’s clinic looking to adopt a dog.

Wes is taken by July from the word go and the fact that she actually rides a motorcycle really just sweetens the deal. He finally convinces her to have dinner with him, just to have her leave him at the restaurant (after being ignored). Then after working his way back in, he fucks up again. But, needless to say it works out (or we would be reading a different book, right?) and a relationship is born.

The main focus of this book, besides Wes and July, is July having to deal with someone in their town fighting dogs.  I probably should back up a bit. If you have read Until November, then you should remember Beast, November’s massive dog, he is the one who inspired July to become a veterinarian. Back to the dog fighting. . .someone is leaving the losing dog on the steps of July’s practice and she has only been able to save one, it continues to break her heart each time a helpless dog is left. Of course, there is going to be more to this than just dogs being left. And it starts with July and Kayan (her receptionist/BFF) deciding to do a stakeout and follow the guy who has been leaving the dogs. I will only say that it is certainly a dangerous idea that comes back to haunt them.

Real quick, I should point out that Wes does belong to a motorcycle club. It’s not the focal point of the book however. There are members of the club that are involved in the story and the clubhouse is the setting for some things, but this is not a MC style book. However, the fact that Wes is in a MC at all, makes him that much sexier.

Let’s talk about what I LOVED about Until July. I think that Aurora Rose Reynolds did a fantastic job of incorporating the first generation of the Mayson’s just the right amount into this book. Nico plays a part because of him being in law enforcement and the fact that near dead dogs continue to show up for July. Of course, Asher and November are a strong presence, being July’s parents and all. We don’t really get anything from Trevor/Liz and Cash/Lilly, but with all of the offspring the first set of Mayson’s have produced, I’m sure we will hear from them soon. Speaking of offspring, we get to meet some of them in July’s story. Of course, we get to meet July’s sisters (see above) and June stands out the most with her story, so my prediction is she will be next in the Until Her Series (which I’m super excited about). The other Mayson that has a strong role in Until July is Jax (Cash/Lilly). But here is where I got confused. Jax and Wes know each other, though there is no explanation of how they know one another. Also, Jax is somewhat involved in helping with the dog fighting case and we know he’s not a cop, but I finished the book with no idea what it is that Jax does. 

So, we have covered the Mayson’s, let’s talk about the rest of the cast. As with any book in the “family”, Until July is almost an ensemble. The support here is so good. We do get to meet members of Wes’ MC family, in fact one member, Z, has somewhat of his own story line within the pages of Until July. I think all in all, we’re getting a very good set-up for future books surrounding the Mayson family and Until July just jump starts it and does it so very well.

To say that July and Wes are capable of steaming up the windows is an understatement. Even though it takes a good chunk of the story before they actually get down to doing the business, there is still some thick sexual tension happening leading up to the actual good stuff. It was sexy and passionate and angsty and dominant, really just all the good things it should be and then some. Ummm. . .Love me some Wes.

This is a great start to introducing the next generation of Mayson’s and proof that the Mayson curse, the BOOM, doesn’t only attack the Mayson men, the women are just as affected. There really wasn’t anything I was disappointed in, well, except for the cover, I wasn’t a huge fan of that. But that is okay, because it’s between the cover that had me captivated. So well done.Bxtches Be ReadingBook Review.4Favorite Quotes TagUntil July (Until Her Series, Book #1) | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Fighting to breathe (Shooting Stars Series, Book #1)

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Fighting to breathe (Shooting Stars Series, Book #1)

BXTCHES Gotta Warn: I’m gonna make this warning short and sweet. This book is going to feature Austin Wolf as the lead here and you will remember him if you have read Until Lilly (which surely you have), he was the guy Lilly was sort of dating while she was living with her parents in Alaska. But that is the ONLY connection that this book has to the Until Series. In fact, it is only brought up once and her name is not even mentioned.

Fighting to breathe will be told through the POV’s of both Austin and Lea. However, it is mainly through Lea’s POV that we will get this story.

Fighting to breathe starts out 15 years prior. Austin and Lea are high school sweethearts and have their future planned out. After graduation it’s off to Vegas to get married, then time to grow old together. Sometimes life veers you way off the path you have laid out for yourself and that is certainly what happened to Lea. Her father is a fisherman and weeks before Lea is set to graduate, the unforgiving sea takes his life. This alters Lea’s life and heart forever. Her planned future includes a life with a fisherman and she knows her heart cannot take living in Alaska where she will forever be haunted by her dead father, but she also knows she won’t survive if her one true love suffers the same fate as her father. So, with the support of her mom, she leaves, knowing she is leaving behind a piece, if not all of her heart.

While life may veer you off path, it has a way of getting you back on track and that’s just what happens to Lea 15 years later. Living in Montana and suffering through a failed marriage, her mother needs her back in Alaska. Cancer has struck and her mother needs Lea to help care for her. Living in a small town, she knows she is surely going to run into Austin, though it certainly doesn’t keep her from trying to avoid him. 

Fighting to breathe will force you to ponder the possibility of. . .if it’s meant to be, will it be? Even after being apart for 15 years, can love pick up where love left off, even when a secret is revealed, a secret that kept them apart, does love conquer all? I do believe that you will have your answer by the time the last page is turned.

The supporting cast in Fighting to breathe, was not only wonderfully written, but wonderfully necessary. Not because Lea and Austin are lacking in any sort of qualities, the exact opposite is true, in fact. This is the sort of storyline that needs the relationships that the leading characters have with their ensemble. Before fate bring Lea and Austin back to one another, their relationships with the surrounding story are vital. I actually think that the story Aurora Rose Reynolds created between Lea and her mother (Josie) is just as important to Fighting to breathe as the one she created for Austin and Lea. I will say that the Austin that is created for this book is far from the Austin I had in my mind while enjoying Until Lilly, not in a bad way AT ALL. He totally captivated me, I think I’m becoming quite an imagined slut because my “book boyfriend” list keeps growing and growing. Oh well, this BXTCH will own it. The only thing I missed, but not enough to derail my love for this book, is a little angst involving Austin’s past. There is a girl he is seeing (by which I mean fucking) and this girl believes that her and Austin are a couple, so much so, she is ready to move to him. I sometimes love that sort of drama and kind of wish she would’ve caused a little more trouble for Austin and Lea. But saying that makes me a bit of a real bitch, but a BXTCH wants what she wants.

The sexual chemistry and subsequent sexual tension between Austin and Lea was pouring off of the pages. Their history was so well developed, even if it was only for several pages, that you can feel that their bodies belong to one another. The sex between them was certainly rooted in love, but came to be passionately animalistic at times, and let’s face facts BXTCHES, sometimes that’s the best kind of fucking. Thank you Aurora Rose Reynolds for dirtying it up a bit.

At times, Fighting to breathe is going to hit you right in the feels because it is tragic. But the beauty of this story is coming out on the other side and knowing that the tragedy may have splintered your heart, but having someone there to put it back together is what makes life worth living. 

A beautifully told story by an author who always captures me from the first page, Fighting to breathe may have you catching your breath, but it is going to leave you with a smile on your soul and your imagination longing for more. Bxtches Be ReadingBook Review.4Favorite Quotes TagFighting to breathe (Shooting Stars Series, Book #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Until Nico (Until Series, Book #4) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

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Until Nico (Until Series, Book #4) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

BXTCHES Gotta Warn: We have finally gotten to Nico’s story (YAY!), but before you start, let me tell you this. Technically you can read Until Nico as a stand-alone, but if you haven’t yet fell in love with Asher, Trevor, or Cash, stop, go back, and do that first. Each book in this series does focus on a different couple, and you will definitely need to feel the dynamic of the Mayson family but in order for that to properly happen, these books need to be read in order (my opinion). It’s especially important if you plan on reading the Until Her or Until Him series, which focuses on the next generation of Mayson’s. This is not coming as a recommendation from the author, again, this is just my personal opinion. You have now been warned.

Until Nico will be told through both lead POV’s. 

Sophie Grates has had a tough life. She lost her mother when she was just a teen and shortly after was almost raped by a man that her dad invited into their home. She became emancipated shortly after and then joined the Job Corps. Her recent move to Tennessee was her trying to start her life, one that she was really living inside of a box, afraid of the outside world. Of course that all changes when she loses her cell and it is found by the one and only Nico Mayson. 

If you remember from the previous books, Nico was the one who didn’t really believe in the curse. He was perfectly happy with one night bed warmers and wasn’t looking for “the one”. Once Nico lays eyes on the beautiful librarian, he knows that the Mayson curse is true because he just found his BOOM. He may have found his BOOM, but trying to convince Sophie of this is going to take a lot of work.

Sophie is certainly more than a little afraid of jumping into a relationship. For starters, she’s a virgin, then add in the loss of her mother at such a young age and you have her fear of getting too close to someone just to have them taken away and Nico’s job doesn’t help alleviate that fear (he’s a bounty hunter). But, you know them Mayson boys, once their mind is made up, they are going to get what they want and while it may have taken Nico some time to get Sophie to understand that not only will he protect her, but that the idea of Sophie and Nico is a good one and will happen, things speed up.

Because of Sophie’s inexperience, she doesn’t really recognize when she is being hit on. Case in point. . .David. He is a teacher at the middle school where Sophie is a librarian and once Nico shows up to really stake his claim, David informs Nico that Sophie doesn’t date, so really Nico shouldn’t waste his time. Nico is able to see David motives, but Sophie really believes that he is just being friendly. However, David may just come back to haunt the happy couple.

At this point, I suggest you hang on tight, because it may become bumpy road, but it is definitely going to be an adventurous one. And like the previous installments, drama is aplenty.

Well, if you have red all of the Until books up to this point, then those couples from the past books will be making appearances in Until Nico, along with a few new characters. This is one of the things I do love about most series, I enjoy falling in love with one couple and having them reappear in subsequent books. I feel that my connection with them warrants updates and for the most part you get that with Until Nico. Sophie and Nico’s relationship starts shortly after Cash and Lilly (book #3), so they are almost side by side and their two stories are going to intertwine further into the book as well.

Get ready to have your fire started because Nico in between the sheets is the stuff you want porn to be made of. I did like how Aurora Rose Reynolds had Nico wait and really get Sophie ready before going the distance sexually. It also created some serious sexy sexual tension between the two of them. Let me just say this, if it’s some panty ripping, sheet scorching, drop to you knees, sex you are looking for, then you will find it here.

A little truth. I first read this book in June 2014 and have probably read it at least 3 more times since. I was probably looking forward to Nico’s story more than any of the other Mayson boys, I mean c’mon, for starters, look at that cover, I didn’t even need to see any more of him, my imagination is creative enough. Until Nico was a really great bookend to a really great series. What’s even better? Well, we are going to be re-visited by all of these characters in the next generation and the first books in the Until Her and the Until Him series are both available now.

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Until Lilly (Until Series, Book #3) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

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Until Lilly (Until Series, Book #3)  

So, we’ve gotten through two of the Mayson boys and now it’s Cash’s turn. I will go ahead and reveal that I have read Nico’s story and so I can give a clear, concise, assessment of how I feel about all of them and it’s official, Cash and Lilly are my absolute favorite.

Review time: If you remember during Trevor’s story, he and Cash make a run to Alabama, where Cash meets a girl in a coffee shop. At the time, it was just “another girl” for Cash, but after visiting her often, he realizes that she is his BOOM. Now, you should also remember during Trevor’s story, the girl at the bonfire, who was saying how she was going to get one of the Mayson boys to get her pregnant and how she succeeded with Cash. So, we’re somewhat caught up now. Except, I need to mention that the story will be told through both Cash and Lilly’s POV.

We will start off with Lilly and the day that she runs to the coffee shop and into Cash. We’re going to speed through the first several months of their relationship, where she looses her virginity to Cash and the one and only time she has sex, she gets pregnant. Around that same time, Cash finds out that Jules is pregnant and doing the right thing, he breaks it off with Lilly (he has no idea that she is pregnant) and decides to marry Jules. Lilly tries to inform Cash of her impending motherhood, but receives a text basically telling her to “get rid of it”. Of course, it wasn’t Cash that sent that text and trust me when I say, I’m not giving anything away, this is all revealed in the very beginning of the book.

So, fast forward about four years and Lilly is in Tennessee with her daughter, Ashlyn. She just so happens to be at the very same place that Cash has taken his son, Jax. Once Cash realizes the woman he is somewhat lusting after is Lilly and he then sees the face of the girl with her, he realizes that he has a daughter.

At this point, Lilly is blown away that she has not only ran into Cash, but has done so with her daughter and his son. Regardless of the anger that she has towards Cash, she will not keep him out of Ashlyn’s life. Cash is determined to not only win Ashlyn over but Lilly as well. Unlike with Liz and November, Cash’s family isn’t all open arms when is comes to Lilly. We can thank Jules for this turn of events. Because of the big bitch she turned out to be, Cash’s family is a bit skeptical when it comes to any female that Cash brings home.

This is really where the story picks up and takes off. I think that the reason that I enjoyed this book more than the other three is because it is much more scandalous. Now all four books have drama (yes, even Nico’s story), but this book has a ton. There’s the obvious friction with Jules, who is now Cash’s ex-wife and even though it’s easy to wonder that if Lilly is Cash’s BOOM, then why  not leave Jules instead of Lilly? Well, Cash didn’t know that Lilly was pregnant and it didn’t help matters that Jules continued to threaten Cash with abortion if he didn’t bend at her will. Cash is also going to have to earn back the trust that he lost with Lilly and Lilly has to somewhat gain the trust of Cash’s family. This book will constantly demand that you continue to turn the page, because the fun in this book is getting Cash and Lilly to their HEA.

Once again, another book supported by great characters. Very well written and well rounded. I think one of the reasons this book will become your favorite in this series, well at least for me anyways, is because you actually get to experience the interaction between parent and child. Previously, the book usually ends as the babies are being born. This one kicks off with the kiddos already three years old, so it just adds another dimension to Cash’s hotness and another reason to adore Lilly. Lilly’s parents are super funny and wonderfully written. I love that the author chose to make Lilly’s parents understanding to Lilly’s situation and they made Cash work for their trust.

Since this is my favorite book of the series, it should go without saying that the sex is right where it needs to be. I actually think overall, this author does a really good job of writing the sex of this series not just hot, but to the point. I don’t like to have to wonder “how?” when the hotness is getting under way. My only issue (with the whole series) is the constant threat of “the spanking”. When the female does something that the alpha may not agree with, then it’s always about spanking the ass or the threat of. Being sexual with it is one thing (and hot), but using it as if she were a child is beginning to get a little old. However, it doesn’t deter from the great bedroom games that do occur.

Next is Nico’s story and he is the last brother. Again, I do think that this is one of my favorite “brother” series and I am quite sad to see the series end. If you haven’t started the journey that is the Mayson brothers, you should go ahead and dive in, you will not be disappointed.

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Those Mayson boys are back, and this time it’s Trevor’s turn to feel the BOOM. Unlike Until November, this book will be told through the POV’s of Liz and Trevor (YAY!)

We got to meet Liz in the first book, but in case your memory is starting to fail you, let me offer a reminder. Liz is the owner of the boutique that November went shopping in and immediately felt a connection to Liz. The first story also cast a small glimpse of the attraction between Liz and Trevor and this book is going to pick up from there.

Apparently on the night that July (Asher and November’s daughter) was born, things got pretty heated between Liz and Trevor and in the passion of the moment, Trevor misunderstands Liz and believes that she is a virgin. In his head that is his cue to pull away and pull away he does. Of course, this hurts Liz because he doesn’t even give her the opportunity to explain and up until then they had become really good friends. So, his reaction to her being a virgin (which she wasn’t) didn’t just sting, it pains her.

Trevor and Liz go awhile without speaking to one another. But that all changes when Liz’s brother causes some problems that force her to take a job waitressing in the strip club owned by November’s dad. This just so happens to be the catalyst that gets Trevor off of his ass and ready to claim his BOOM. He is going to have his work cut out for him, however with him being a Mayson, it won’t be too terribly difficult, because moving slow is not in their vocabulary.

Liz is going to have her own issues that she is going to have to work through in this book. The main one being the death of her dad, which happened when she was much younger, but still affects her and her desires for her future. She also has to deal with all the girls that have been picking on her for a long time, but especially once her and Trevor get together, proving the theory that some females are just bitches and not the good kind. 

I’m torn in which book I prefer, November or Trevor. I liked Liz, I thought that she was very “real”. She was someone who had a horrific experience in high school, she never really fit in, but decided to be someone who was going to live her dream by opening her own shop and really coming into her own. While I think that she was written as a strong female that did a good job going head to head with the alpha likes of Trevor, I do think that she would sometimes succumb a little too easy to Trevor’s charms, however, her ability to knock Trevor off balance from time to time, makes up for it. But overall, I think she was a well developed character and I’m glad that the author gave us a bit of a preview in the first book, because it allows us to appreciate the growth of Liz. In November’s story when she first meets Liz, Liz is really reserved and backs down when she is bullied by all of the bitches and here she begins to stand her ground.

I did love Asher, but I really loved how we got Trevor’s POV in this book. It was written very well, all alpha and all male. He did have his jerky moments, I mean, he freaked out and shut her down when he thought she was a virgin for crying out loud. But he more than made up for being jerky with his swoon worthy moments, which were often. I think that the soft moments are just as sexy as the alpha male moments. And I gotta say, one thing that I really appreciate so far in this series is the brothers not falling for the tempting ways of the loose ladies. Once they get their BOOM, that’s it, there’s no temptation too strong, love that about them.

I think that the sex here is hot, but I thought that it was hotter with Asher and November. Although, there was some up against the wall happening here, which I certainly appreciate. But regardless of which couple I preferred, it was still toe-curling goodness.

The supporting characters are still strong here and we get a few more added to the mix. Of course the main focus here is the brothers, so we get more of them than anyone, but are we really complaining about that? Yeah, I didn’t think so. This author does a great job setting you up and almost requiring you to read the next book. She sets us up great here with Cash. I won’t give anything away, but the groundwork that she lays down for Cash’s story will definitely keep you looking forward to going from the last page here to the first page of Cash.

This series started off great and is continuing to be addictive. Cash is next, then Nico, so my gut is that this series is only going to get better and better, because really, you can’t go wrong with muscles and lots of tattoos. Yum!

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There are many series out there that feature hot, alpha male brothers. But in my opinion, this one is one of the best. Until November is the first book in the Until Series and this author really sets the bar high right out of the gate. This book will focus on November and Asher and will be told mainly through November’s POV with a couple of Asher chapters sprinkled in.

November is a twenty-five year old single woman from New York, who after a vicious attack in an alley, finds herself moving to Tennessee to live with her dad. November grew up with her mother and was told repeatedly (by this mother) that her dad never wanted her. So for almost her entire life she grew up with a mother who not only didn’t want her, but went out of her way to show her how much. It wasn’t until she was eighteen that she finds out the truth about her dad. Which was, that he always wanted to be an active participant in her life and it was then that their relationship began. So, once she was attacked, and would’ve came close to losing her life if it weren’t for a dog saving her, that she realized that New York is not home for her anymore and packs up everything, including the dog, and moves to Tennessee.

Once with her dad, November is introduced to a family that she has always longed to have. She has agreed to help out her dad at the club he owns, by doing their books. It is here where she meets Asher for the first time and the first time they meet is pretty comical. Asher is the eldest son of the Mayson clan. He and his brothers are known around town as the “not settling down” type, of course that doesn’t mean that the ladies aren’t going to try. Their mom and dad believe that they are affected by the “Mayson curse”, which did affect their dad and grandfather, which basically means that once they find the one, they will know and that’s it. And almost from the get go, Asher realizes the November is the one and the curse may not be just a legend after all.

On their very first date November gets a first hand account of the reputation earned by the Mayson brothers. No sooner than she arrives at the bar to meet Asher, she becomes a witness to the countless women throwing themselves at Asher. This is a tricky thing for her. She isn’t someone who necessarily has low self-esteem, but growing up with a mom who was abusive and one that you know has no love for you whatsoever, will damage anyone. So seeing these beautiful women making passes at Asher, who happens to be the most beautiful man she has ever seen, she figures there is no way in hell that she can compete with that. Little does she realize, Asher only has is eyes set on November.

It doesn’t take long to speed things up, lightning quick. Once arriving home after her first date with Asher, she realizes immediately that something is wrong. After Asher investigates, she finds out that someone has broken into her house and because of the risk, she has to stay with Asher and that’s when the “lightning quick” comes in.

That’s kind of where this story really picks up. There’s a lot of meat to this book. There’s the focus of the book with Asher and November. Then there’s November really finding her home in Tennessee with her family and Asher’s as well. Of course, we can’t forget about her attack in New York, because that drama is long from being over. The different storylines in this book will keep you turning the page and make it very difficult to put this book down.

Asher is very easy to fall for. He has the qualities of a great alpha male. One of the qualities that I appreciated the most was his loyalty. He never allows himself to be swept up in the attention he got from other women and November really kept him on his toes. November was really well written too. She was feisty, emotional, funny and really all around epitomizes a great female lead. The other supporting characters in this book really added more depth to an already great story. Obviously, with Asher kicking off this series, the other books are going to feature his brothers, so we will meet them, and they will leave your mouth watering for more. Then there’s Asher’s mom and dad, who are written so well that the unity and love that this family has will just pour off of the page. Add everybody else and you have a book that is very difficult to stop reading  and will leave you yearning for the next one.

You can’t write a great alpha male and have him not ooze sex. Asher’s bedroom abilities are almost worthy of taking notes. Okay, you probably should take notes. As the reader, what I appreciated was just the straight hot sex. There were no acrobatics where you were really trying to figure out the logistics and wonder “how in the hell do they do that?”. It was hot, toe curling, please somebody throw me up against the wall and have your way with me sex. It did not disappoint.

There are going to be some twists, turns, and surprises in this book. Some you may figure out, but so worth the read. I have read this book several times now, and it’s still difficult to put down. My only wish was that the epilogue be written differently. The author may not have anticipated continuing the series, which could be why she wrote the epilogue so far in the future, I just wish she would’ve added to the last book and wrote more of a series epilogue. But, now I’m just nitpicking. It’s a great book, a wonderful series, and one I hope you will enjoy.

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