Book Review: Inevitable
From the publisher:
Aubrey The day I lost my parents was the day he saved me. Jax Stonewood—my best friend's older brother. He was never meant to be my savior. My first real love. And certainly not my greatest heartbreak. I spent years getting over him and now he's back—the nation’s most-streamed artist and eligible bachelor... but I'm not falling for him again. Jax and I are done. Jax The day I saved her was the day I lost myself to her. Aubrey Whitfield was only ever supposed to be my brother’s best friend. Not my life. Not the one I would die for. Definitely not the one that would break me. She’s built up walls to shut me out but I won’t leave her behind again. Our souls are welded together. Aubrey has always been mine. I’ll make her remember...Whether she likes it or not. We’re inevitable.
Disclaimer: I was provided an advance reader copy by the publisher in exchange for my unbiased review and opinions.
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Aubrey and Jax's story spanned for more than a decade. They met as children, but a tragic circumstance pulls them apart. Although both fought their feelings for years and were caught in a web of lies and deceit, some things are inevitable and so was them coming together at last.
I really enjoyed this debut by Ms. Rose. You can see some LJ Shen influences in the way the story develops. The story brings the plight of the disappearances of and abuses suffered by native women, something that never gets covered by the media. This story has a lot of angst, which is one of the trademarks of the new adult romance sub-genre. There were some phrases that were repetitive that pulled me out of the story several times, but this is something easily fixable. The character development was solid. I feel the story dragged a little bit in the middle of the book, perhaps I was a bit impatient and wanted a more fast-paced development. All in all a solid debut by Ms. Rose and I can't wait what comes next for the Stonewood brothers!!!