Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Review: No Feelings Involved

No Feelings Involved No Feelings Involved by Siobhan Davis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Final Score - 4 Stars!

I didn't realize that No Feelings Involved is part of an interconnect series, yet is a complete standalone from the series. Characters from the other book do appear in this one, however, if you didn't read it - you won't necessarily mess a beat. That's what I love about Siobhan Davis' style of storytelling. Having read the previous book in the series, it was nice to revisit these old characters and see where in there lives they are at in this story.

This book is light-hearted and romantic with a dash of drama laced in. There's definitely no element of suspense here (as with the Kennedy Boys series), which is a welcome break. I loved Summer's character and could identify with her wanting to break free from not only her family but society's and morality's restraints on women and their sexuality. She's a strong, independent, intelligent young woman with a positive outlook on life and a great head on her shoulder.

Siobhan Davis has become my go-to author after I was introduce to her Kennedy Boys series and I have practically read every book she has released since. I am invigorated with this new interconnected series of standalones and can't wait to see where here next adventure takes us.

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