Sisters from Another Mister

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“Felony Ever After” by a lot of authors…

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Good morning.  Just finished this AH-MAZING book…  Actually, this book might’ve finished me for all books (at least temporarily).

Hudson, Hudson, Hudson.  What a lovely hero.  He is everything that i love in a hero.  He is funny, charming, slightly devious and has a tremendous heart of gold.  Verity (crappy name, but whatevs), is slightly less endearing.  Only because she is kinda stupid.  Hot guy rescues you from a huge road rage incident, and you refer to him as a thief just because he has tattoos?  Come on, girl, this is 2016.  Lots of professional, good people have tats and it doesn’t make us thieves, convicts or criminals.

You want to know what drew me to this book?  It was the authors.  I have read a few of them, but Debra Anastasia (author of the Poughkeepsie series that i have previously reviewed) was a huge draw from me.  Especially since i just recently finished the Gynazule series and laughed my ass off.  Debra (if you are reading this), you are the bomb.com.  You are my hero and thank you for giving me the opportunity to discover other authors that I hope to love.

On a score of 1-10, i give this book an 11.  I really liked it, although i had a few issues with Verity.  I am not sure what Hudson sees in her besides her amazing tweets, but I am so glad that she brought him into my life.  Check this book out, it is hilarious and fun.

About Melissa

I am an avid book reader and have instilled that love of books in my two sons. My sisters and I have shared books for years and our love for reading. I started reading quite young and have been immersed in literature ever since. My favorite genres are New Adult, Young Adult, Mystery and comedy. My favorite book is a tie between "Easy" by Tammara Webber and "Maybe Someday" by Colleen Hoover. I love the works by Tiffany King, Tammara Webber, Erica Stevens, Lisa Renee Jones, Chelsea M. Cameron, and many more. I am very much a book snob though. If a book doesn't draw me in within the first few chapters, I am done with it.

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This entry was posted on April 9, 2016 by in New Adult.
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