Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Review: Noah by Justine Elvira

Publication Date: January 25, 2016

Series: Standalone
Rating: 4 Stars 

Official Blurb: 

It's a small word that says so much.

It's a word most of us don't use when we should.

It's a word that could have kept my life on an easy path.

No is the word I should have said...

But it never left my lips that night.

Now I'm torn between two men. One is tender, sweet, and dependable. The other is rough, dirty, and unreliable. One man will lead me to the life I've always planned. The other man will lead me to a life with wild new experiences.

I'm in this mess simply because I didn’t say that one word at the right time. I couldn’t resist him.

It would have been easier if I had said no.

I should have said no.

*Recommended for 18+ due to subject matter and sexual content.

Review: This was my first book by Justine and I was sucked in from start to finish. This a love triangle book that some might find hard to read. Not everything is peachy and sometimes safe isn’t always the answer.

Skye and Noah have been best friends for years, but something happens that pulls them apart. Skye can feel her and Noah growing apart, so she can only do one thing… turn to Caleb for safety. Skye and Caleb have been together for 6 years and she believes he is the one. That is until some things don’t add up and suddenly she questions everything. Not only is Caleb acting funny, but all the feelings she had from Noah are suddenly back and she can’t stop them.

This book is definitely a whirlwind of emotions. At first, I was torn between Noah and Caleb until I realized how much of a douche bag Caleb actually is then I was TEAM NOAH till the end. There were a few times that Skye made me mad and I wanted to smack her. Overall this is a very good book and I look forward to more books from Justine.

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