I loved Joshua, he was fun, his devotion to Jesse was endearing, and despite a playboy lifestyle in the past, he has turned his life around and is a good guy. Jesse on the other hand sometimes got on my nerves. She overreacts to situations without speaking to Joshua, time and again. She has it in her head of what she thinks he is and doesn’t give him a chance, too many times to count. And don’t get me started on her “best-friend Ross” because I saw his slimy ways well before it was noted by virtually everyone that knew them. But you know what? Ashton wrote Ross so well, and I love it when an author can make me hate a bad guy.
Ashton always writes such incredibly sexy scenes with wonderful characters. I loved Jesse and Joshua together because when it was good with them, it was really good. This is such a fun series, one of my favorites this year. Each book can be read alone, but the characters from other books make appearances. I love this family and this world Ashton has created and I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.