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Reasonable Doubt Full Series (Reasonable Doubt #1-3) by Whitney G.

Reasonable Doubt Full Series Book Cover Reasonable Doubt Full Series
Reasonable Doubt #1-3
Whitney G.
Contemporary Romance
August 25, 2014

I hate him…

I hate that I fell in love with him, I hate that he didn’t love me back, and I hate the fact that I just made a life-altering decision just so I could get the hell away from him.

He’d always said that he was unchangeable, heartless, and cold…

I really should’ve believed him…

Maria’s Review

➦Hot as sin asshole manwhore lawyer, anyone???

➦York narrates his lines in the audiobook, by the way, if you want an orgasmic voice to go with that.

➦Anyways. The dude gets around. But he’s too lazy to chase tail in bars so what does he do? He signs up for an exclusive dating website only for lawyers!

➦But it’s hokay, he isn’t there to really date. He just wants a lil bit of lovin’, if you know what I mean.

➦So it’s actually on this website he finds some newbie lawyer chick who he helps answering her questions about the stuff lawyers do.

➦God knows why he does it. May be because she flat out refuses to meet him in person and sleep with him. But then they start talking about personal shit and become friends online. Aaaaand of course it’s not long until

➦But check this. This chick… she’s actually not even a lawyer at all, she’s a law student making him help her with her homework 😀 LOL can you say…

➦So what happens when one day this chicka walks into his office to interview for an intern position?

➦I actually enjoyed the story quite a bit. It was pretty fast paced and quite intense when it comes to the sex scenes. There are definitely no rainbows or unicorns when these two have.. um… sexual relations lol. This dude is a bit of a savage and if you’re into dirty talkers then this one’s for you.

➦I actually loved that the hero doesn’t become a love sick puppy, it takes him a long while to come to some realizations. The heroine is a bit on the doormat side and it’s probably the only thing that kinda sucked for me in the book. Other than that – verra good.

Val’s Review

4 Stars

Before I say anything, I have to give mad props to Whitney G.

Because girlfriend writes good Asshole.


Seriously though, I absolutely adore her alpha jerk heroes. They are crude and rude and, in short…

…they are COMPLETE dicks.

And I love them for it.

They might act like total bastards, treat people like shit, and make no apologies for it whatsoever…


But you know what?

At least they are honest.

And I ADORE their one liners.


I loved “Andrew” almost as much as I loved my Jake from Turbulence.


Seriously, it was thisclose.

Speaking of my Jake-y…he and Andrew were SOOOOO similar, you could call them virtually interchangeable…with a side of tweak.

But you know what?




Because, like I said, I fucking DIG these assholes.

And if Whitney G. writes 40 more books with completely unoriginal, carbon copy heroes who are EXACTLY like Jake/Andrew…?

I will devour them ALL with a smile.


And embarrassing gratitude.

Because me love it.

I DO have to say this though…

Methinks Whitney G. must have watched Ocean’s Eleven right before writing this series…

Why, you ask?


From Ocean’s, in the scene where Tess (Julia Roberts) and Danny (George Clooney) first see each other after he gets released from prison and he finds her at Benedict’s hotel…

“DANNY: It’s good to see you. You’re not wearing your ring.

TESS: I sold it. And I don’t have a husband. Or didn’t you get the papers?

DANNY: My last day inside.

TESS: I told you I’d write.”

And from book one in this series…when Ava first tracks Andrew down in South Carolina after getting out of prison…

“Ava: ‘Did you know that when most people get sentenced to prison, they get care packages, money orders, even a phone call on their first day?’ She clenched her jaw. ‘I got divorce papers.’

Andrew: ‘I told you I’d write.'”


Later on, from this book…


“Andrew: ‘Does he make you cum?’

Aubrey: ‘He doesn’t make me cry.'”

And from Ocean’s





But whatevs!

Other than that, I didn’t completely love the way the middle to end of this installment unfolded, but you know what I DID love?

There was groveling.

So much groveling.

And homie loves groveling.


So consider me a happy book slut.