#Review ~ Stepbrother: NO LIMITS by Lauren Landish

Posted March 9, 2017 by Michelle in Review / 6 Comments

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
#Review ~ Stepbrother: NO LIMITS by Lauren LandishStepbrother: NO LIMITS by Lauren Landish
on January 29th 2015
Genres: 18+, Sexual Content, Step-sibling, Taboo
Pages: 82
Format: eBook
Source: Amazon Freebie

The pain was slowly fading. Though I had caught my bastard ex having oral sex with my best friend, I vowed to not let his betrayal rule me.

Karma has a cool way of coming back to bite someone in the ass, but in Todd’s case, I hoped it took a bite out of his balls. A big, painful bite.

So when my mother called me to attend her wedding to a billionaire banker, I jumped at the chance. I abandoned EVERYTHING to get away, my summer job, my brand new car and important courses integral to my upcoming M.B.A.

After all, I had nothing to lose.

Or so I thought.

When billionaire heir Mason Lockwood swaggered through my mother’s wedding, I was instantly smitten. Tall, sandy-haired with a chiseled jaw that could shave glass, he was beyond hot.

There was just one little problem. He was my new stepbrother. That meant there'd be no fooling around.

Maybe it was for the best. I had just gotten out of a nasty relationship, and I didn’t need to muddle matters by engaging in an improper one.

Little did I know that my stepbrother Mason had his own plans for me. Improper or not, Mason has always done what he wanted. Rich, powerful and handsome, there is very little that Mason will let stand in his way. Because you see, Mason is a high-stakes player that plays with NO LIMITS…

It was good until the end. I actually thought this was an interesting stepbrother book. It wasn’t like they grew up together or she knew the father but never meet the son. This was pretty much her mom getting married to a guy and she was meeting them all (except her mom) for the first time. I understand this was a short book but it missed something for me.

After Emily catches her boyfriend with someone else, she gets a call from her mom asking her to come to her wedding. After meeting her new stepbrother, Mason, she starts to get feelings deep down below *wink, wink* but she can’t do anything with her new stepbrother! That is until her mom and new husband as her to work with him while they are away. One thing leads to another and the end just was odd and I was completely confused.

I get you want revenge on your ex and I thought how it was done was funny in a revenge kind of way but what happens at the end left me uncomfortable and confused. Like I didn’t understand the point of it. I was good until the end. I also felt like the chemistry between the two was missing. I get that it is a novella but a little character build doesn’t hurt. I liked it, just didn’t love it.

Thanks for stopping by to check out my review.

Have a great day and Happy Reading!


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6 responses to “#Review ~ Stepbrother: NO LIMITS by Lauren Landish

  1. When I see Step brother books it just gives the heebie-jeebies and my mind just says no…lol. Though this one sounds not as bad since they didn’t know each other but still…nope…lol. Sorry, this one was good till the end, I hate when that happens.

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