Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Review of Entitled by Danielle Slater & Roxy Sinclaire


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Ayron Winters and Devlin Masters. Ayron has had quite the life when she was little she lost both of her parents and went to live with her grandma. Her grandmother worked hard to give Ayron a good life. They were never rich but she was able to leave college debt free and pay cash for her car. Ayron is a psychologist and is always like her grandma trying to give something back to those around her. Little did she know when she tries to give back to one of her patients that it will be the one who maybe she should be a little more selfish with. 

Devlin was born with a silver spoon in his mouth but missed the love of his parents. His mother took her life when he was just 12 years old and his father was a workaholic. So when his father sees him following in his footsteps he makes a move to help him see there is a life out there. Devlin's dad now sees what working all the time did to his children but before it is too late he wants to help them change. The problem is Devlin is so angry over the loss of his mother no one is sure if he can be helped but his father will do anything to help. So when the psychologist from his youth recommends Ayron to David Masters for his son he jumps at the chance. Devlin however knows none of this all he knows is the beautiful woman who got away from him at the club is in his sights again and he's not letting her get away twice.

In this book we see some of the ways that people deal with loss and depression. One of Ayron's clients is a hoarder because she doesn't want to loose anything more. Since the devastating loss of her husband her things are all she has. Devlin deals with the loss of his mother with destructive rage. These are just the ways that they know how to deal with their loss, but can she show them a better way or because they have had these patterns so long that they can't change them. There are many other things that happen in this book that I want to tell you about but as a reader myself I don't want to spoil any surprises. This book will have you hooked from the beginning to the very end. These characters will be ones you won't let go of anytime soon

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