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Unscrupulous (The Manhattanites, #2) - Avery Aster This is tricky, I hate to be negative but this book just wasn't for me. Lots of other people, however, have given it a fabulous rating so please check out their reviews....

I have to be honest with my thoughts.......

The plot felt disjointed and didn't grab my attention. Tabby had some great lines and there was a lot of sexy times which I always LOVE but, because I wasn't feeling the story, I guess the sex and one liners lost impact for me. It was a little superficial and lacking in depth but this is only my opinion.

What I did like was Warner's back story, his history...it was touching and sad and I feel it could have been explored more.....I possibly would have preferred that story......

Warner's 'history' taught him a very important lesson....

Well it doesn't have to be always, but I like the sentiment! lol

I thought Warner had a lot of potential but again I couldn't completely warm to him......his character felt disjointed to me

I also liked the history behind Tabby.....and the mothers.....it was interesting but again I don't feel it was explored in depth.

Tabby seemed quite shallow in many ways...I couldn't get to the heart of her character and so I never really connected with her in anyway which caused major problems for me and my enjoyment of this book.


I LOVED these quotes from Warner who, in my opinion, was the best part of this story.


"Tonight, I want you to come again and again for me." ~ Warner
I love that line ♥

**Thank you to Avery Aster who kindly provided me with an arc of this book via NetGalley