Romance Books

Book Review – Until Jax by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Goodreads Summary

Ellie Anthony isn’t looking for love. She isn’t even looking for a man, but when Jax Mayson insists on keeping her and her daughter safe, she’s left with no choice but to trust him. Now she just hopes she doesn’t get hurt when she falls hard for a guy who’s known for breaking hearts. until jax

Jax Mayson knows that Ellie is his BOOM the moment he sees her. When he finds out she has a daughter, he realizes he wants a family, and he will do whatever is necessary to keep both of his girls safe, even if that means facing the demons from his past.

Rating 

4 out of 5 stars

Review

Until Jax is the story of Jax Mayson, son of Cash and Lilly Mayson (Until Lilly).  Jax is grown up and working with his Uncle Nico to stop human trafficking.  When his cousin July is kidnapped, she meets Ellie Anthony, and when they are rescued, Jax meets Ellie – and instantly falls in love.

I am not a big fan of insta-love.  But it didn’t bother me too much in this book – mainly because for a while, it was pretty one-sided.

Ellie has a daughter, Hope, who is 3 and she was the absolute cutest little thing ever.  The way she talked, and everything about her was just adorable.  There were quite a few spelling and grammar errors in this book, but I’m way too invested at this point to care too much (though it does annoy me).

There are some pretty dark topics in this book, so if you have an issue with human trafficking, you may want to avoid this one.

This series could go on for another 12 books – if you do a book for each kid in the series, and I hope it does.  ARR writes a great alpha male and I really enjoy reading them.

Happy reading and hope you’re having a good Saturday.

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