Up All Night (The Walker Brothers Book 3) By Amanda Adams

 

Price: $3.99Up All Night (The Walker Brothers Book 3) by [Adams, Amanda]

Page Count: 179

Category: Romance, Literature & Fiction

Format: Kindle

Released: June 7, 2017

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Can’t Get You Out Of My Head-

 

 

*** I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. ***

 

I swear that every time I read the next Walker brother book that I can’t possibly love them more, but it just happens. I don’t know how Adams does it, she makes these brothers so loveable and human. You just want to hug them… among other things.  The interaction between the brothers just gets better with each book as well. Ughhh. Those damn brothers. Anyways…

Out of all three books so far, this one made me laugh the hardest. I mean, tears streaming down my damn face because of the characters reactions or with what was happening. It. Was. Glorious. There are inside jokes in this book that made me say ” yasss honey, yass”, that other well-read people will understand. So great, I was honestly beyond clapping at that point, I really didn’t know what else to do, besides hold my stomach while laughing.

Mitchell and Jessica had me rooting for them the whole time. Even though the two are opposites, they just click. The chemistry they have was undeniable, which made this very sensual. These two have a deep connection as well, it’s like you can feel it through each page, so it’s completely understandable that they can’t stop thinking of one another. I felt like this was very heartfelt. It was almost like they had been together for a long time even when they hadn’t.

There are some twists I didn’t see coming, but what good book doesn’t have those? Will Mitchell and Jessica be able to overcome the issues of their pasts? The 30 day dating rule only and  the no dating doctors rule? What will happen?

You’ll have to read it yourself to find out, I ain’t telling.

 

 

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