Romance Books

Book Review – Until Talon by Aurora Rose Reynolds

3 1/2 out of 5 stars

When Mia Allenton’s sister calls, asking her for help after finding out her husband cheated, Mia packs up her life in Montana and moves to Tennessee to be there for her and her three girls. As Mia begins to settle in, a tornado comes through, bringing along with it Talon Mayson, a man determined to prove to her that good men do exist.

Talon knows he’s got his work cut out for him when it comes to earning Mia’s trust, but slowly her walls start to crumble, and they begin to build something beautiful. Unfortunately, someone from Talon’s past isn’t happy about him being back in Tennessee, and they’re willing to do anything to prevent him from ever being happy.

Is the Boom between Talon and Mia strong enough to weather the storm that’s coming?

My Review:

Book 9 in the Until Her/Him series focuses on Talon, son of Nico and Sophie (Until Nico). I LOVE that ARR wrote stories about the kids from the original series!

Talon, like all the other men in the series, is a serious alpha male. I personally love alpha males (that used to be my blog name, a long time ago). He sets eyes on Mia, feels “the boom” and that’s it. He sets out to win her over.

We see all the uncles (Asher, Nico, Cash) and a lot of the cousins from former books, which I love. This book had a sub-plot surrounding Mia’s sister, Cece, which I actually found quite interesting. There is always drama after finding “the boom” and the drama in this case didn’t seem as contrived as it was in other books. It actually worked with the story.

Overall, this was a good story. I’ve already purchased the next book, so that review should be coming in the next few weeks.

Happy reading.

Sheri xo

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