Battling Beckett: A Contemporary Step Brother Romance by T. Christensen – Review by Karyn Taylor

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

Battling Beckett: A Contemporary Step Brother Romance is a great enemies to lovers & step brother/sister romance novel from T. Christensen. I had never read anything by this author before but these are 2 tropes that I enjoy reading so decided to take the plunge. I’m so glad that I took a chance on this book as I thoroughly enjoyed it.
17 year old Greer and her mum have just moved into her mum’s new fiance’s mansion. Her soon-to-be step brother Beckett does not like this one little bit as his dad has always told him to be wary of gold digging women. He certainly does not want Greer at his posh private school, so decides to make her life hell.
I absolutely adored Greer as I see so much of myself in her. I have to admit that for a big chunk of this book I really did not like Beckett although he grew on me and became more likeable. I really enjoyed the dynamic between Greer and Beckett, both trying to deny their growing feelings for each other. As well as the two main characters this book has some really great secondary characters who add a lot to the story. My favourite of these was Beckett’s father, with the way that he did so much to make Greer feel part of the family.
Although set in a high school this book has adult content, so may not be suitable for younger teens. I would definitely recommend this book for more mature readers.

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