Reasonable Doubt (#1) by Whitney Gracia Williams
3.5 “Omg RD fans, don’t kill me for giving this a 3” stars
LET ME JUST REMIND EVERYONE THAT UNDER MY RATING CRITERIA, A 3 STAR REVIEW STILL MEANS I LIKED IT!!!
“One dinner. One night. No repeats.”
No seriously, I really did enjoy this. So don’t attack me peeps!
Reasonable Doubt is the story of Aubrey and Andrew, who actually know each other as Alyssa and Thoreau. They met in an online lawyer chat room and became friends. For the last couple of months, they have confided in each other, given advice, and shared secrets. The only problem? Both of them are hiding things, and soon, some of those secrets will be revealed. There is also the added issue of Andrew not wanting a relationship. He sleeps with them, and then they’re gone. That’s it. Finito.
“Casual sex. Nothing more. Nothing Less.” That line wasn’t there for decoration, and it was in bold print for a reason.”
As I have said multiple times, I really did enjoy this book. But I cannot bring myself to give it 4 or 5 stars when it didn’t really develop its characters. That’s the problem with some novellas, they are so short that the reader only gets a glimpse of the story and the core of the characters, and that’s what happened in this case. I also only rate something 4-5 stars if it wowed me. This book entertained but failed to have the wow/amazing factor for a rating that high…
“Just because someone from your past hurt you doesn’t mean that every woman after her will.”
I will say that I am for sure reading all of the other installments, and I highly recommend this book to my friends who like erotica and romance.