Battling Beckett: A Contemporary Step Brother Romance by T. Christensen – Review by Cassi Rogers

Battling Beckett: A Contemporary Step Brother RomanceBattling Beckett: A Contemporary Step Brother Romance by T. Christensen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Battling Beckett by T. Christensen is a forbidden contemporary step brother romance novel. I know I say this in many of my reviews… but I’m going to say it here too: I had a hard time putting this book down. I stayed up late into the morning hours reading, then went right back to reading it as soon as I got home from school drop off. Let me start this review by saying that this book probably will not be for all readers as it has a high school setting, which some may not like the drama and whatnot. I however LOVED this book! This book alternates between different points of views, which I typically follow really well. With that being said there are times, especially towards the end, where the point of view rapidly changes between 1st and 3rd person so it does get slightly confusing. I found that slightly frustrating because it happened in an important scene, but it wasn’t hard to get through and get the true emotion and importance of what was happening.
The character descriptions were spot on. Greer is shy and introverted, she is a starting at a new private school where she doesn’t know anyone and sticks out like a sore thumb. She has a soon to be step brother, Beckett, who could help make things a lot easier for her. Instead of doing that he decides to be an absolute jerk, which was frustrating for me as a reader because I could feel Greer’s struggles. I alternated between wanting to karate chop Beckett and give him a big hug through the majority of the book, which is what this author was aiming for. There is plenty of action, emotion, and friendships made throughout this story… it will suck you right in and keep you there even after you have finished the book. I would definitely recommend adding this book to your reading wish list.

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