Saturday, March 21

Review: Suspicious Minds by Elizabeth Reyes

Title: Suspicious Minds
By: Elizabeth Reyes
Series: Fate #3
My Copy: Ebook from Author
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Good girls cheat too.

It's a bitter reality Lorenzo Moreno knows all too well.
After his "good girl" fiancée blind sides him by cheating on him with her ex Lorenzo swears off relationships for a while, if not forever.

Until Fate steps in.

Unable to fight the incredible pull he feels to Olivia, a girl who was supposed to be just a meaningless one night stand, Lorenzo gives into his heart. But only after making one thing utterly clear. He will not deal with any exe's or other men in her life. Period.

She's not that person anymore.

For too long Olivia Romero shamefully put up with an manipulative and overly controlling boyfriend. So when fate pairs her up with the gorgeous but intense Air Force pilot she's ready to stand her ground. Cutting all ties with her ex is no sacrifice for Olivia. It's why she willingly complies with Lorenzo's uncompromising stipulation.

As their relationship intensifies so do Lorenzo's suspicions about any man in her life. Determined to not be that weak girl anymore, Olivia demands to be trusted. Despite how vehement her new boyfriend can be, her diligence seems to be working.

But when an unforeseen crisis arises Olivia is forced to make a decision. A decision she knows in Lorenzo's jaded and suspicious mind could be unforgivable.


This was a different kind of Elizabeth Reyes for me.  Normally, we see amazing love stories coming from Reyes with wonderful alpha males and leading women all while their stories of love are being laid out for us.  In this story, I found the same thing as above, a wonderful alpha mail and leading lady but Reyes threw in a lot of action and drama into this story.

What I loved about this book is how upfront these characters were.  I thought as soon as Lorenzo stated that he would not accept another man in his girl’s life, I knew that this was going to cause a relationship stir (here comes the drama) but Liv was so brutally honest with everything that was going on that it never happened.  I was trying to figure out what wrench was going to be chucked into the gears but never could. Reyes threw me for a loop.  The loop that was added was not what I was expecting.  Believe me when I said this book is different from the others.

This book is such another great addition to a fantastic series.  It is always a pleasure to read the amazing worlds that Reyes can create and wonderful people that she makes fall in love. 

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