Jaxon is the guy she’s supposed to avoid.
K.C. is the girl he won’t let get away…
K.C. Carter has always followed the rules—until this
Jaxon Trent is the worst kind of temptation and exactly what K.C. was supposed to stay away from
I enjoyed this story as much as the last one. I liked Jaxon, and I felt better about K.C. even though I still don’t like how she kind of stabbed Tate in the back in Bully.
I think they work well as a couple, and that’s really all I can ask with this series, given how I don’t particularly think any of the relationships in this series are healthy.
The side characters all seemed distracting, and I found myself wanting them to move out of the way quickly so I could return to the main story. The mother was overbearing, and I found myself wishing Tate (alone) spent more time with K.C. because she’s my favorite character in the series. Also, Jared and Jaxon’s dad needed to die, like, before this series started. I hate the man with every fiber of my being. And I never thought I’d say this, I liked Jared more. He actually does have a heart, when it comes to his half-brother, and that was as pleasing as surprising for me to discover.
What I like most about this story is that it kind of brings the whole gang together, and there’s something very satisfying for me about checking in with characters in a series after their specific book is done.
But now that everyone I know in the series is paired up, I’m calling it quits (despite there being more books coming). I just am choosing to read romances with characters I like and plots that make me happy by the end, or at least happy I read an interesting story.