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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Ava March
Released: May 7, 2012
Series: Brook Street #3
Published by Carina Press
ROGUES is the third book in the Brook Street series by Ava March. This is Robert Anderson and Linus Radcliffe’s book. Both are rogues, but their preferences in bedmates vary. While Linus prefers the company of men, Robert spends his nights with women. However, there is something special about Linus that makes Robert spend the occasional night in Linus’s bed. Their chemistry is potent and undeniable however when Robert proposes that they become exclusive lovers, Linus turns down the offer. In an effort to show him that their relationship is stronger than a regular friendship, Robert does what he can to change his mind and how him just how compatible they are.
While I have enjoyed this series immensely, I have to say that ROGUES is my least favorite of the stories. I just didn’t think that it held the same appeal as the others. I felt that there was a lot of confusion with the names because the author goes between calling them Anderson and Radcliffe one moment and then promptly switches to Linus and Rob later. It helps to clear up any confusion if you just stick with one set of names and keeping them straight throughout the story.
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