Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Release Day Review and Blitz: Reasonable Doubt 3 by Whitney G.

Reasonable Doubt Banner Reasonable Doubt: Volume Three
Publication Date: August 26, 2014
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Synopsis: I hate him...

I hate that I fell in love with him, 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...

Final book in the Reasonable Doubt series...

4.5 Fantastic Stars!
Review by Lisa Kane
I loved the first two installments of the Reasonable Doubt series and I can’t remember anticipating the release of a sequel as badly as I have wanted this one. And did it deliver! 

Andrew and Aubrey are still at each other’s throats; she can’t understand why he pushed her away in his apartment. He still wants her but believes he is doing the right thing by telling her they didn’t have anything special and things are better this way.  

“Do you believe in reasonable doubt, Mr. Hamilton?” Yes or no?”

“In your own ill-fated yet correct words, didn’t you once tell me –post your first interview here at GBH, that certain lies have to be told and certain truths have to be withheld? And that the ultimate conviction is up to those who can discern which is which?” I looked her up and down. “Is that not the exact definition that you provided for reasonable doubt?”

Andrew is hurtful and it’s all Aubrey can do to cope with her feelings at work. Andrew continues to block her efforts for him to open up to her.

“We can still talk on the phone at night,” he said. “You can tell me about your ballet, your parents, your life…And, to be sensitive to your feelings, I’ll tell you about my life but I’ll leave our my one night stands until you’re completely over whatever the hell you think we had.”

“I told you that I loved you…” The words rushed out of my mouth.
“I told you that you shouldn’t have.” 

Meanwhile her parents are still trying to take advantage of her by manipulating Aubrey to help her father’s political campaign. It is all too much. Something has to give and when it all crashes around her, Aubrey takes charge of her life.

Having been pushed one too many times by Andrew, when an opportunity comes her way to follow her dreams, she takes it. She cuts her losses and makes up her mind to move on. Andrew never saw that one coming and to be honest, I actually felt sorry for the smug bastard. He won’t admit it to himself but he is gutted.

Dear Mr. Hamilton,



Andrew not only has Aubrey’s disappearance to deal with, but his past is catching up with him. Yes, dear readers we are finally finding out what his scheming bitch, "I wish she was his ex-wife", Ava, did all those years ago. (She’s a hundred times worse than I imagined) Slowly, details emerge about Emma and the reasoning behind his decision to change his name. The pieces of the puzzle are slowly turned and adjusted until they all fit to make it a complete picture.

It seems that Andrew’s past colliding with his present is going to take him to the same place Aubrey moved to, and these two will finally get their show down. But Aubrey is trying to move on in her love life as well as her profession. How is that going to make Andrew feel and how is he going to win her back?

Subject: Your Resignation.

                Even though the last two words of your resignation letter were ridiculous and unprofessional, I’d like to take you up on your offer to fuck you.

                Name the time.

This last installment in the Reasonable Doubt series was the torched sugar topping on my crème brulee. It answered all my questions about Andrew’s past and even a few I hadn’t thought about. Aubrey remained such a strong character, never settling for any less than she deserved from Andrew, even breaking her own heart along the way to stay true to herself. And Andrew..oh my filthy mouthed Andrew, you so redeemed yourself. Loved the epilogue by the way!   

“I heard that she broke all your rules.” I brought my hand up to his face. “I heard she ended your one dinner, one night, and no repeats streak…”

“I’m pretty sure that she didn’t.”

“Is that so?” I narrowed my eyes at him. “Is it still going on? Is that still your personal motto?

“To a certain extent,” he said, pressing his lips against mine. “Since I still like the sound of it, and will only be dating her from here on out, I’ll just replace the word ‘one’ with ‘more’…”

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About Whitney Gracia Williams

A self diagnosed candy addict, travel junkie, and hypochondriac, Whitney Gracia Williams LOVES to write about characters that make you laugh, cry, and want to (in the case of Selena Ross) reach through your Kindle and slap them. She is the "imaginary bestselling" author of the Jilted Bride Series, Mid Life Love, Wasted Love, and Captain of My Soul. When she's not locked inside her room, feverishly typing away on her laptop, she can be found here: http://www.whitneygracia.com She also loves getting emails from her readers, so if you want to tell her how much you loved (or hated) her stories, email her at whitgbooks@gmail.com

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