Review: Anti-Stepbrother

Anti-Stepbrother Anti-Stepbrother by Tijan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Final Score - 4.5 Stars!

This was my VERY first Tijan book (I do have others, just haven't gotten to them yet) and it DID NOT disappoint!

The banter, quips, jokes, comradery, angst - while puzzling at times, just added another layer to the story. I have to admit, I couldn't follow some of the social ethics of life in college - I was never part of any clique or such - so learning about Frat's and Sorority's was not only challenging but foreign to me as well.

Summer was confusing as a character to me - I just didn't get how she could love Kevin. There was no redeemable quality to his character. Her relationship with Caden confused me as well, but by the halfway mark - it started to make sense. He let Summer... be Summer. In all her spastic, rambling behavior, I found Summer thru Caden's eyes. And in the end, she grew on me. Caden was a GOD to me from the beginning to the end. The introduction to his past was at times painful to read, but I'm interested in knowing more about Marcus and Colton's dynamic.

All in all, I enjoyed this read... even if at times, I became lost but quickly found my way again.

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