Give and Take (The Thorne Brothers, #2) by Lee Kilraine – Review by Jana Teppih

Give and Take (The Thorne Brothers, #2)Give and Take by Lee Kilraine
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Give and Take by Lee Kilraine is the second book in her Thorne Brothers series. I had not read the first book when I started reading this one and I think it was pretty ok to read it as a standalone though I did go and get the first book after finishing Wyatt and Rhia’s story and I noted down in my Google calendar when the third book is supposed to be released.
Give and Take is the story of Wyatt Thorne, the youngest of the six brothers, and Rhia Hollis, the only one in her family who does not have close-to-genius-level IQ and doesn’t have even the slightest desire to work in ‘respectable and steady’ fields. Wyatt is quiet (he did not speak for six years after his mother left him and his five brothers with their monster father) and control freak! Rhia is perky, colourful and flighty (at least that is what his family thinks).
I absolutely loved how the writer gives us an amazing story where you both laugh until you snort and cry your heart out, where you feel deep and step light … the way she reminds us that there are monsters out there and that still, you can come out on the other side (though a bit damaged but still alive and kicking), and that sometimes on the surface one seems to have a perfect family but because you do not fit in, you get bullied and humiliated and you need to pull together everything you have and also come out on the other side!
Thank you for a great story and I am looking forward to the other brothers’ stories with abated breath!

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