Trust, Love Review ~ Sweeps you along … 8.5 out of 10!

Author: Ashe Moon

Release Day: 28 March 2018            Price: $0.99

Review by Claire

Image may contain: 2 people, people smiling, beard and textCover Art: Three men are on the cover. Two of them are the same, the one in glasses is William and the other is Dakota. William is smiling and Dakota is brooding. Below them is William who is holding onto two children by the ocean.

Synopsis: This is pretty accurate. There is a note stating that the story features scenes of violence and abuse. I really didn’t feel the need for it, the book was fine without this.

Plot: William is an Omega in search of an Alpha. He keeps falling for the “bad” boy, including his ex. He meets Dakota, but doesn’t want a repeat of falling for the wrong guy. His ex re-enters the picture to cause problems as well.

Main Characters: William, single dad of Nate, works at his brother and brother in law’s business. Dakota, owner of Send Noods, a ramen restaurant and a big guy. He is described as a giant.

Secondary Characters: Victor – William’s best friend. Nate – William’s son. Kell and Parker – William’s brother and brother-in-law. Ellie – Dakota’s waitress and confidant. Eddie – William’s abusive ex and Nate’s other dad.

Flow/Continuity: This book started off slow. They guys meet and date and take things at a slow place. Felt it had a good flow and just swept you along.

Conflict and Climax: This was great! I was almost a little worried with Dakota’s past coming to light, but they resolved that well.

Editing/Formatting: I don’t believe I saw anything, or if something was there it didn’t pull me from the book.

Conclusion: If I could describe this book in one word, it would be sweet! It had that they wanted to get to know each other and didn’t hop into bed right away. All the sexy scenes they had were wonderful and I thought very tasteful. Dakota runs a ramen restaurant and I am not a huge fan but just how it is described made me want to go and try it! The warning note was not needed, the violence was not bad at all. I almost felt that the book needed more violence, like more of what William went through at the hands of his ex. Even the scenes with the ex were tame. I thought it was a great book. I didn’t even read the first book of the series, and I was able to follow along and will be checking this out.

I give this a 8.5!!

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