💜ARC BOOK REVIEW💜
Release Date-2nd July 2018
Kindle Edition-232 Pages
Donovan Beckett is a recluse who wants no commitments or entanglements of any kind. He works hard to ensure no one can penetrate the wall he’s carefully constructed around himself—until the day his new neighbour stumbles into him.
It isn’t anything like instant love. Far from it.
Eden Avery doesn’t want to be curious about her neighbour. He’s the most infuriating and closed-off person she’s ever met—not to mention the rudest. She doesn’t want to find the uptight bastard irresistible and she shouldn’t be able to sense the minute he’s within spitting distance, but does. She really shouldn’t fantasize about his hands on her body, but that’s happening too.
They can fight it all they want, but nothing can stop the mutual attraction that’s about to disrupt both of their lives.
ARC BOOK REVIEW
So I really enjoyed “Disrupt” It was incredibly easy to just kick back and get sucked in here.
This being my first experience with this particular author I wasn’t quite sure what to actually expect.
Didn’t need to worry at all; as almost instantly I was swept up into the simplicity and magic that makes up this excellently written story.
So this tale centres around Eden Avery and Donovan Beckett.
Eden has just moved to Donavon’s small town for work after being left high and dry by her father.
Donovan is a resident at the motel she is now employed by essentially her new neighbour.
He is as closed off as Eden is open and our girl makes it her new mission in life to burrow under his skin and take up residency with Donavon understandably fighting her every step of the way.
Both seem polar opposites in nature but were also incredibly easy to relate and emphasise with.
I have to confess though I did kinda guess very early on what the big reveal was going to be here and I was right, but no matters I still very much devoured Disrupt; it didn’t make a damn bit of difference to my overall perception and enjoyment here.
This was a slow build romance concentrating much more on the build-up and journey rather than bedroom gymnastics, which was really lovely and one of my favourite aspects of this story.
It kinda made it so worth the wait when we eventually did arrive at the expected destination.
Oh, the anticipation.
Told mostly from Edens POV with a few instances devoted to Donavon’s side worked fine for me, but if I’m being honest here I would have liked to see maybe a bit more from Donavon’s side of the fence.
Mainly because I felt like I had more of a handle on Eden and He was slightly more a closed off book It would have been nice to maybe delve a bit deeper here.
I also really adored these guys nicknames for each other like so much (Stretch and short-stuff).
The epilogue here was one I also really adored one of my favourites for a while.
So this was a fabulous read that delivered on all fronts a deeply emotive read that I truly enjoyed.
Happy to recommend this one folk.
I was provided with an ARC of “Disrupt” By the author of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.