Until Trevor by Aurora Rose Reynolds
Until Trevor (Until Series Book 2)
Trevor Mayson had his life planned out - make the family business successful and play the field for a few more years before eventually settling down. Then he sees her. Liz Hayes was beautiful, shy and everything that he could ever want...but she didn't fit into his plans. After Trevor painfully rejects her, Liz finally starts to move on, but Trevor is finding it difficult to truly let her go. It seems the more he tries to stay away, the more intense his feelings for her become. Like a stretched rubber band, he can only take so much before snapping.
Liz Hayes is done waiting for Trevor and isn't interested in getting her heart broken by him again, but Trevor is making it difficult for her to forget him when he shoves his way back into her life.
Can Trevor prove to her that he is worth falling in love with again, and is he ready to change his life plan to let her into his heart?
Man oh man. I thought Asher from Until November was hot, but he is nothing compared to Trevor. I thought I loved Asher, but Trevor....man. Yeah he is now my favorite Mayson boy. Yes he is a possessive caveman just like his brothers, but I still love it. Aurora Rose Reynolds sure knows how to write her guys so I just melt into the floor. Really I feel like Trevor could have done anything and I would just say okay, that's fine, do whatever you want.
This book is a little different from the other two I have read. We don't really see the beginning of Trevor and Liz. We don't really see the boom moment, the moment Trevor realizes Liz is his. They start off as friends and spend a lot of time together apparently. They talked every day and just were there for each other, until that fateful night. Trevor breaks and they start making out, but when Liz says something that makes Trevor think she is a virgin he immediately withdraws. He is afraid of his feelings and thinks Liz is too pure and innocent for him and his player ways. He doesn't even let her explain what she says he just kicks her out and tries to move on with someone else. He tries to use other women to erase her, but it doesn't work. This story starts right when Trevor is trying to not go after Liz. When he is trying to move on, but can't.
Liz has fallen on some hard times. Her brother has stollen all of her savings so if she doesn't get a second job she will lose her store she loves. She goes to Big Mike to work at his strip club, and even though he is against it he lets her be a waitress and nothing more. He doesn't want her to go somewhere else where he can't keep an eye on her. Well this doesn't last long as once Trevor finds out she is working there that is it. It is then he decides that Liz is his and they are going to work this out and make it work. I really love his this is happening whether you want it to or not thing. Liz is a bit reluctant to try something with Trevor as he hurt her last time things went beyond friends, so she wants to remain friends. Of course this doesn't last long as Trevor doesn't really try to be just friends with her. He wants her as his woman and that is what he is going to get. I loved it. I loved how sweet and kind and caring he was with Liz.
I loved Liz as well. She gave it right back when Trevor tried to be all this is the way it is. She didn't just immediately cave to him when he came trying to get her back. She sticks up for herself and can be a little wild herself. The whole thing with Jen was hilarious! I was just like you go Liz! So really I loved them both. They were perfect for each other. There is the external drama they have to deal with, but nothing that breaks them up or causes them to be apart. I do love that about these books. Once they are both on board nothing can break them apart. It seems like a lot of other books have the everything is wonderful, then something happens and they break up, then they find their way back to each other. Not with Aurora Rose Reynolds and here amazing alpha men. They know what they want and they get it. Love it. Loved Trevor, loved Liz, loved this book. It was even better than the other two.
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★1/2