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Reasonable Doubt by Whitney Gracia Williams

5 years ago


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5 HUGE Stars|Amazon|Goodreads

AHH! I feel like I need to smack myself for leaving this on my kindle for so long. Each of the 3 parts in this serial were released separate, but can now be purchased in a box set as a full novel. It is over 300 pages, so please don't let *Serial* dissuade you. This is absolutely fantastic. Let me just start by expressing how absolutely fantastic this series is. Whitney has a way with words that you will find you can turn away from. This is the type of author you need to start watching now, because she is going to go places. The writing in this novel, paired with the absolute fantastic character development leaves you breathless while reading. You are encompassed in the novel and its story. Absolutely fantastic. Ok, on to the actual novel itself. Since I read it as a whole, I will be reviewing it as such. Andrew and Aubrey. Their story is one for the top shelves. Andrew is a partner at a Law firm, while he spends most of his nights with one-night stands forming no bonds, the rest of his nights are spent talking to Alyssa. They met on a law site that prides itself on its anonymity between lawyers. After months of talking, Andrew wants to meet. Alyssa is the only lasting relationship he has allowed himself to have in over 5 years. The only problem? She refuses to meet him in person, or even send him a picture. Alyssa isn't who she says she is. Joining the law site under false pretenses, and with a false identity, Alyssa uses the forums to help her with her classwork while in law school. The only problem? She is falling for Andrew and they have no idea who each other really is. This is where the story got fun. When Alyssa finds herself in an interview at a law firm, the last thing she thought would happen would be that her mysterious friend from the law site. The other big thing? She has no idea that it is him, while he figures it out the moment she starts talking. This novel is full of shock and awe. I don't want to give you too much about it since the mystery is part of the reason it is as great as it is. From the moment after the interview, all the way to the end this novel is hot and bothered. Throw in some absolutely FANTASTIC twists, and you never see this stuff coming. Whitney has a way with her writing, that even when you are reading a part that is sexy plot support, you are enamored. I wanted to know each and every detail i could about everything and anything. Whitney took a plot that loosely has been done before and completely made it her own. It was done in a way that this novel cannot be compared to any other. It is completely original and absolutely a Must Read. For less than a cup of coffee, go grab this novel. I promise it will be much more satisfying than a frappe.

Synopsis:

(Note: The actual page count is 300+ pages) The complete New York Times Bestselling serial, now available in one book! My cock has an appetite. A huge and very particular appetite: Blonde, curvy, and preferably not a fucking liar...(Although, that's a story for another day.) As a high profile lawyer, I don't have time to waste on relationships, so I fulfill my needs by anonymously chatting and sleeping with women I meet online. My rules are simple: One dinner. One night. No repeats. This is only casual sex. Nothing more. Nothing less. At least it was, until "Alyssa"...She was supposed to be a 27 year old lawyer, a book hoarder, and completely unattractive. She was supposed to be someone I shared law advice with late at night, someone I could trust with details of my weekly escapades. But then she came into my firm for an interview--a college-intern interview, and everything fucking changed...