So just like an Aurora book we have a damsel in distress and a big bad alpha male. So we have Jax Mayson who is the son of Lilly and Cash Mayson from until Lilly. I’m not really sure of what happens in the previous book and I am sort of lost so I have to read until July but the gist is that July and Ellie are kidnapped from some people inin a sex trafficking ring. Any who. So Jax is sexy
dark blue tee that’s straining against the muscles of his arms, his jeans hanging low, the warn material tight enough to show off the thickness of his thighs,
When we meet Ellie in this book she is hesitant and at the same time she wants him. She has hope who is her daughter and she wants her to have a better family then she had in life. Jax and his family can give her that if only she lets them in.
I pray that in loving him I will have the family I’ve so desperately craved since my dad passed away.
This book does have a kidnapping case involved. Jax works with his uncle Nico in the bounty hunting business. He was helping in retrieving his cousin and that is how he meets Ellie. Ellie is a hair dresser who doesn’t make too much money and lives in the trailer park. She tries to make her life with hope the best that she can. Hope is a lovable little girl at the age of 3 and she is hilarious
“We made cockporn balls,” she cries happily
“its popcorn,” I tell her slowly…
“I know, cockporn.” she nods…
“No Angel. POP-Corn, I tell her pronouncing each syllable.
“COCK-porn,” she says slowly back, like I’m deaf, and then places her hands on her hips.
So I love this book. It was just like the other booms. To be real honest with you I really am hesitant to read Until July because of the women in the Mayson family having the boom. I don’t see how that is going to work out. I really don’t. However I am going to read it before I even give this a rating because I think that I will give it a much better rating after I am finished seeing as I have missed a BIG chunk. Like you literally start off at the end of Until July. Knowing this though I still would give it a 4. So that should tell you something. Until next time.
Ending: HEA no cliffhanger ( just promise of more)