Office & Workplace

Book Review: Reasonable Doubt #3 by Whitney Gracia Williams

Reasonable Doubt: Volume 3 (Reasonable Doubt, #3)Publication date: August 25th, 2014

Format: Kindle, 183 pages

Synopsis: I hate him…

I hate that I fell in love with him, I hate that he didn’t love me back, and I hate the fact that I just made a life-altering decision just so I could get the hell away from him.

He’d always said that he was unchangeable, heartless, and cold…

I really should’ve believed him…

My review: Aubrey’s parents tried to take her out of college so that she can attended a campaign rally with them.  They actually took it to the stage of applying to her teachers for out of campus studying without her permission.

Include the fact that Andrew has turned into a bit of a monster and she’s ready to escape North Carolina just to get away from all of them. She’s informed of an audition at the New York Ballet Company and she uses it as an opportunity to escape from Andrew and her parents.

She moves on with her life, cuts Andrew out of it entirely, gets a new boyfriend and becomes a ballerina with the NYBC.  At least until Andrew comes back to New York for a few days to attend a court date.

He tries to win her back and changes his approach from a cold-hearted man to one who tries to wine and dine the woman he loves. He succeeds.

She forgives him sort of then eventually forgives him completely when he tells her he loves her.

6 years later they’re married and looking to start a family.

I found this to be a very well written serial with a compelling story line and characters you just want to reach through your kindle and smack some sense into.  The dialogue was brilliant and flowed with the plot and gave us a bit of insight into the characters themselves.

My rating: 4 stars

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