Mini Reviews: Jameson Brothers Series by Leslie North

*This series includes three short novels that the author and publisher provided for me through Netgalley. Thank You. πŸ™‚

As I said they’re just short novels so I thought I’m just gonna squeeze my reviews in one post. πŸ™‚ Actually the reason is that I feel so lazy right now. πŸ™‚

SERIES NAME: Jameson Brothers Series (Can be read as standalones)

BY: Leslie North

1.)Β TITLE:Β The Billionaire’s Ex-Wife
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RATING:

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Uptight and always want everything in order, Sam’s strong attitude is good for business but certainly not in marriage. His ex-wife, Trinity might have left him before because of that. But now they are forced to work together to help Sam’s younger brother, Eddie. Sam hasn’t changed. And Trinity, no matter how obvious she’s still physically attracted to Sam, won’t let him hold her heart again. This time, she wants him to learn from his mistakes. But what if he did learn?

Second-chance romance never gets old. Though the plot is common, it was a fantastic read because it was well-written. It was short but well-developed. The characters are well-developed. They started okay but flawed and it was amazing to see them change in the end. And finally, the romance and the heat between Sam and Trinity are well-balanced, making it a great love story.

2.)Β The Billionaire’s Pregnant Fling

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This is the story of Eddie Jameson, the reason why Trinity and Sam had to work together in the first book and I love him instantly. And I love him more meeting him again, now in his own book. He was the troublemaker and easy-go-lucky among the three brothers and he’d always want to prove his brothers he’d changed. But discovering that he’s about to be a daddy might not the best way to prove himself. Unless, he acts like a man in control and marry Margot Dale, his childhood bestfriend and daughter of Jameson Agency’s important client.

There’s just something lacking in the story though I understand it was short. There was just a short flashback of why Margot and Eddie ended up sleeping together, aside from just being drunk. Also, it seems like Margot is so indecisive and I’m not fond of characters who are indecisive. One moment she adores Eddie’s acts as a future dad, and the next moment, she’s mad. Maybe it’s her pregnancy symptoms. πŸ™‚ Anyway, Eddie’s sweetnes and eagerness to change earned stars so still a good read.

3.Β The Billionaire’s Sexy Rival

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Surprisingly, I love this last last book more than the others. William and Poppy are rivals in Advertising Industry. And since William already lost clients to Poppy, he personally holds their next presentation to a client instead of delegating it to any of his employees. But he wasn’t expecting to be captured by his rival’s not just beauty but personality. The story was so well-written, it seems so real. Even the characters acted as real people would, well except one time. Which is the reason why I cut half star in the rating. I was baffled when they kissed on that first meeting with the writers when they shouldn’t have. πŸ™‚ But anyway, overall this final book in the series is a good ending and a great story. The Romance was even better than the previous books. And the attraction between Poppy and William are just so good. πŸ™‚

Okay…. Overall, I likeΒ  this series. Not only they provided me cute love stories and great characters but they’re just short novels helping me with my Goodreads Reading Challenge. Lol. πŸ™‚

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