***Review – Unleashed by Cherrie Lynn – DNF***

***Review***
Unleashed by Cherrie Lynn
Ross Siblings #1

Unleashed

UnleashedOne week in paradise will make or break them…

It’s not enough that Kelsey’s husband left her for another woman. Oh, no. The “other woman” had to be her best friend Evan’s fiancée. Not only has she lost her marriage, she fears losing Evan to the lingering awkwardness and humiliation that hangs between them.

Evan has no intention of letting that happen. He’s got plans…namely, an extra plane ticket to Hawaii now his future wife is out of the picture. There’s only one person he wants on the trip with him, the one who’s always been there for him. The one he should never have let slip away into the arms of a traitorous friend who shattered her heart.

Kelsey is anticipating a week of fun in the sun with the man who’s always treated her like a little sister. No one’s more surprised when she discovers that Evan has seduction on his mind—and that she’s more than ready for it.

Love is the most powerful healing force of all. But past demons have a way of ripping open old wounds, and threatening the survival of even the strongest friendship…

Warning: This title contains explicit sex between best friends, graphic language…and a hero who knows how to put the hot in “hot tub”

 

 

 

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Unleashed is book #1 in the Ross sibling’s series.

For full disclosure I marked this book as a DNF at 67%.

When I started this book I knew early on that this would be a book I either loved or loathed and unfortunately as much as I try I just can’t find anything to love about this book.

I grew up on mills and boon the overly descriptive, sweet and sugar romances were my bread and butter. But as I got older I realised that the asinine meaningless love stories though good were not what tickled my literary pickle.

I need a deep, soul destroying passion and connection. I need to know that a couple would move heaven and earth to be together.

But this book was a puddle in a world full of lakes.

This isn’t a bad book it just isn’t the book for me.

 

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