Alright, peeps. I've read the previous two books in this series on a whim and really enjoyed both. They are light, sexy, and the men and women in both are quite feisty and entertaining.
It might be just me, but I couldn't connect with Reese and Audrey. I didn't feel like there was enough emotional struggle and conflict, and I also didn't like how quickly Audrey's resentment of Reese turned into a full on love.
During the last two novels she presented herself like such a strong, independent, even steely lady, and I wanted Reese to try really hard to get her. I wanted him to change, to become worthy of her.
Instead there was a lot of complacency on both ends, and it felt washed out. The last thing that was bothering me? Audrey didn't look like she understood the dangers of drug withdrawal without medical assistance. She was just shrugging off her twin - Daphne's struggles, and I don't know what would have happened to Daphne if not for Cade.
It's been an okay read, but second book is still my favorite.