Thursday, 18 February 2016

REVIEW~ Evan ( A carter Brother Series Book 3.5) by Lisa Helen Gray

Evan Smith has had his life planned out since the age of twelve. He knew what he wanted and knew how to get it. It’s only when his sister is kidnapped that he realises that the life he has isn’t the one he really wants.

He wants more.

Evan starts laying down roots and everything seems to be going well until a hot, tiny brunette with round brown eyes turns up at his doorstep.
Not only does her beauty knock Evan off his feet, but what she comes to tell him alters his whole life.

Kennedy may have given him news that shook him, but she also gave him the very thing he had wished for.

But when someone threatens to break up the life he's always wanted, how will he handle it? Will he be able to keep them safe or will he be too late?

Rating: 3.5 Stars

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Evan is book 3.5 in the Carter Brothers series. Evan is Denny's brother and their relationship is a little rocky after the whole Denny situation. I really struggled how to rate Evan. I was stuck with rating it a 3.5 or 4 stars. I liked the story and Evan himself was another alpha to fall in love with so I rated it 3.5 stars.

Evan seems to want it all after Kennedy and Imogen show up at his door. I liked Evan I think he was caring, protective and another great character written by the author.

The story was fast paced and well written. I wanted a little more twist to the story but it was pretty straight forward.
In the beginning,Evan reminded me of Better Left Forgotten, Book 1 in the Forgotten Series which was written by Lisa. The whole sister thing with Kennedy and Imogen was similar.
I wish Kennedy would have used curse words inside of saying things like"Sugar" and "Fiddle Sticks". It made her seem younger than she really was and I didn't find it cute.
Overall, it was a good story and I am happy he got what he always wanted.

Lisa Helen Gray (1987) born in Birmingham. All Lisa has ever wanted to do in life, apart from be a mother, is to read and write, and at a certain age she wanted to be a princess.We can all dream, right?

Serious note though, she has been a passionate reader ever since her Nan first handed her The Three Gollywogs by Enid Blyton. After that, she lived in a land of fantasy. 
First came Buffy the Vampire Slayer, then Angel, and it went on to Twilight and The Hunger Games. Some would say she is a daydreamer, but she is just a firm believer that there is a happily ever after. Hence, her huge love of romance novels.
She got into reviewing other author’s novels, and then decided to publish her own work. Bringing us to her first novel, If I could I'd wish it all away (2014). 

She always has her head stuck in a romance novel and is often (too often) reminded of this. When she hasn't got her head stuck in a book or writing her next novel, she is glued to the TV series Pretty Little Liars, walking dead, The Originals, The Vampire Diaries and of course, Veronica Mars. Just an ordinary girl surround by extraordinary books

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