Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Review of Until June by Aurora Rose Reynolds


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

In this book we meet June Mayson (November & Asher's Daughter) & Evan Barrister. When this book opens we find that June's latest boyfriend isn't all that he seems. In fact she never even knew his real name. So June has decided she is done with men after this one. The thing is though the men in her family know that her ex is a bad guy and are determined to protect her even though he is in jail awaiting trial. She could handle all of their overprotective natures what she is having the problem with is the man they sent to protect her is none other than her ex husband Evan. But oh wait only her sister July knows about the fact that he use to be her husband. Seeing Evan is not something she is prepared to do because she doesn't understand what she did wrong that made him want to leave her. All she know is to protect her heart she needs to stay as far away from him as possible. Is that possible though with all those old feelings?

Evan had a rough childhood his dad was abusive, his mom is a drunk, and his brother is on a path of destruction with drugs. Evan wanted a better life so he thought the military would give him that he never planned on meeting and falling in love with June before he started boot camp. He also never thought he would experience such horrors while overseas. All he did know was his beautiful June deserved a better life then the crap hand he had been dealt and felt the best thing to do for her was let her go. Sometime letting go is harder than we think though and all Evan wants is his wife back. Not just for a one and done time but mind, body, and soul all his again. What he doesn't know if the damage he did really can be repaired or if he has hurt her so bad she won't let him back in. Evan isn't scared of Asher but he respects her father and is determined to do things right this time even if it could mean a serious but kicking. Can he get back the one woman who gives him a reason to breath everyday?

This author has yet to write a book that once I start it I can't put it down. This one is no exception. This book is about love, loss, and finding a way to have it all again after everything. I thought the the way the author shows both points of view on how they feel about the fact that they aren't together anymore and what they thought of the time they were together amazing. I want to tell you so much but don't want to ruin any of the surprises. I will say this is a book that will have you on the edge of your seat from the first word to the very end. It is an absolute must read. This is a stand alone you might want to read Until July just to understand some of the reference between July and Wes. I would however recommend this book to anyone and everyone. 

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