Review – Keep Her (Grayson Siblings #2) by Faith Andrews


The Blurb

The Grayson siblings are at it again—guilty of keeping secrets from each other when it comes to who they fall in love with. This time little brother’s best friend is the object of Riley’s affection and their intimate connection is impossible to resist.

Riley Grayson—snarky, successful, lonely. She’s looking for Mr. Right, especially now that her younger, reformed man-whore of a brother is living out his happily ever after with her best friend. If Marcus can find true love, why the hell can’t she?

Enter Beck Matthews, Marcus’s childhood best friend. He’s lovable, sexy, and oh, yeah—not single. But one night of drunken partying and wild sex with Riley and Beck may be rethinking his future. Has he been planning it with the wrong girl?

Although these two can’t stay away from each other, it seems the ghosts of their pasts are holding them back from what they really want. Can Riley and Beck overcome the threat of shocking coincidences and unexpected events that will test their trust in one another?

Find out if Beck’s love is strong enough to Keep Her.

The Review

This storyline runs during the same period as Keep Me (review here), and here you get to see the relationship between Beck and Riley (which was only alluded to in the previous book) develop into more.

I have to say, that I found Riley to be somewhat hypocritical, given the nature of her relationship with beck, contrasted with her antagonism to the relationship between Marcus and Tessa.

That said, once again, the characters were well written and involving.  And the saying “hell hath no fury as a woman scorned” was never truer.

All in all, I think I enjoyed this a little less than Keep Me, but still found it to be a good read.  A B- (4* Amazon)

Purchase Links

Amazon US: Purchase Keep Her 

Amazon UK: Purchase Keep Her 


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