Thursday, August 3, 2017

Book Review: Thieves 2 Lovers - K Webster and JD Hollyfield





Best friends aren’t supposed to kiss.
But these best friends did.

He can’t get the taste of her lips off his mind.
She can’t let go of the guilt from her mistake.

He wants to be good enough for her.
She wishes life were different.

He’s the bad boy reject.
She’s the girl next door.

When opposites attract, they collide and create an explosion that can’t be ignored.
Is it possible to be madly in love with your best friend?

Love follows no rules because love is a rebel.

Her: We should talk about what's happening…
Him: It's about damn time.



Thieves 2 Lovers, Book 3


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Other books in the series:


Text 2 Lovers, Book 1

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BN

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Hate 2 Lovers, Book 2

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This was supposed to be up yesterday. But life got in the way. Thieves 2 Lovers is the last installation for the 2 Lovers series. I am pretty impressed on how they wrapped things up. This series is my first Hollyfield book and I can safely say that this wouldn’t be my last.

I’ve loved the series so much that I was expecting a lot more into this last book of the series. And let me tell you, they did not disappoint. I like how it made me feel while I was reading their story; like I can feel their pain and joy. Both POVs were expressed beautifully that they seem to come out into life. It’s kind of ironic because I think the story is a little cliché but with a twist. The story is as real as it can get, and I like my books to be more relatable rather than something out of pure fantasy. I also liked that they have injected a more current time which is the tumblr which makes me curious  of what was actually hidden there.

The characters are as real as they can get. It is easy to connect with the characters and understand how they are and why they do those things. It’s easy to love the characters because at one point or another, we have been exactly like them. It’s easier to understand and connect to a story if the characters were showcased enough for the readers to actually feel that they are somewhat like them. Although I would’ve love a little more drama with the HR guy.

Overall, I’d give this five stars. It was a very good wrap up of the series. I also liked how the epilogue was laid out.


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