Genre: Romantic Suspense, Thriller
Series: Book #3, Can be read as a standalone
Steam level: 🔥🔥🔥🔥/5
Audience: 18+ for explicit content
What you get: Friends to lovers, second chance
Trigger Warning: including but not limited to: violence, assault, attempted rape, stabbing, previous domestic abuse, previous rape, emotional trauma, PTSD, divorce, explicit sexual content
Thank you A.V. Asher for this book. I was provided this book, prior to release; in order to write a book review.
What I Liked About This Book:
“And Then We Sever” flowed really well. It was easy to get into the story and to be invested in Cressida and Declan’s friendship.
Declan is everybody’s dream book boyfriend. He is patient, loyal, trustworthy, and protective (in an non creepy way). He listens and actually “hears” Cressida, he is observant, he is supportive of Cressida’s independence, he is not threatened by Cressida’s talents, and Declan is attentive to key “smaller” details of things Cressida likes – just to make her happy. Perfect book boyfriend material!
What I Did Not Like About This Book
I would have liked to see Cressida’s growth from her past experiences and working through the subsequent PTSD, as motivated from something other than the intense sexual chemistry between her and Declan.
Why You Should Read This Book
“Do you enjoy a good romantic suspense story about best friends turned to lovers? Are you looking for your next book boyfriend? If so, “And Then We Sever” is for you!” – Brandi Reads –
Note: Please reference the Author’s note for trigger warnings prior to reading.