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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Lexi Blake
Released: January 3rd 2017
Series: Lawless #2
Published by Berkley
“…they were both likeable even though not my favorite characters in the series.”
~ Under the Covers
Brandon Lawless wasn’t the brother I was dying to read about when I finished the first book. However, there were so many feelings under the surface with him that got me to care about his character.
He takes on the task of seducing Carly, the assistant to one of their revenge plot targets. Carly has had it rough as of late. Recently divorced from a con of a husband. Forced to work for her bitch boss. And lacking self esteem because she sees herself as not good enough for someone as good looking as Brandon to take real interest in.
Their dynamic was a lot of fun. She was no push-over when it counted and I liked that about her. They definitely had a lot of chemistry in and out of the bedroom.
Overall, they were both likeable even though not my favorite characters in the series. What I’m still dying to see is Drew fall to his knees.
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