Battling Beckett: A Contemporary Step Brother Romance by T. Christensen – Review by Carrie Reed

Battling Beckett: A Contemporary Step Brother RomanceBattling Beckett: A Contemporary Step Brother Romance by T. Christensen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Battling Beckett By T. Christensen
My rating: 5 out of 5 stars!

This is such a wonderful book. The story line is great, and really pulled at my heart many times. The characters were very nicely written as well.

Beckett, of course I think is a real piece of work, and I dislike him through most of the beginning of the book. Greer, I immediately love her. She is strong and independent and is good at sticking up for herself.

When all of the gossip and trouble follow her around, Greer will let it roll off and try to ignore it the best she can, and that feat in itself is amazing enough, I know I couldn’t. When her and Beckett start to get close, I did become more excited for their relationship, but it seemed there were just a lot of misunderstandings on her part, and I can understand why and sympathized with her. When she is traumatized by something that happens at her school dance it may change her relationships for good.

The secondary characters such as Beckett’s dad David and Greer’s mom Vivian, as well as her best friend Lexi and new friend Pepper are an excellent addition to the story. I would really enjoy seeing a book on Pepper and Mark’s relationship and Lexi and Jason’s relationship. I would highly recommend this book, I had literal tears, anger, sadness, and joy many times throughout the book and it is well worth the read.

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