Sunday, May 1, 2022

The End of Us by: Kennedy Fox

The End of Us (Love in Isolation #3)
Author: Kennedy Fox
Published: December 2021
Publisher: Kennedy Fox
Format: ARC E-Book
Pages: 236
Rating: 4.5/5
What happens when a stalker threatens your life and you’re flown to a private beach house with your sexy new bodyguard? You break the rules and hope he falls madly in love with you.

The End of Us is an age gap, bodyguard, forced proximity standalone romance.

First I'd like to thank Kennedy Fox for giving me a copy in exchange for an honest review!

WOWZA! This one was so good! I do have to say, I really enjoyed the age gap between these two. I'll also admit in the beginning, Piper showed off her privilege, but also kind of was a snob at first. Trust me when I say this doesn't last long and Tristan really shows her that there is more to life than being internet famous. I think the age gap also helped with this aspect too, because Tristan's been through a lot in his lifetime, and when he opens up... it really opens up Piper's eyes which I loved!

You can tell from the beginning that there is a connection. As much as Tristan tries to really deny it. Every day that they spend more time together, a little piece of his wall starts to break down around him. There are such sweet moments too between Piper and Tristan that make you see more than what's on the surface.

And boy oh boy do things heat up fast and HOT! 🔥 It took some time to get there, the angst was really strong! I kept reading page after page waiting for this moment to happen and once it did, it was spicy!

With this book, you have a bit of suspense mixed in since Piper has an internet stalker who they're trying to hide from. Not knowing if he was going to find them, or what he would do if he did, really had me on the edge of my seat!

For Piper being an influencer, I think it opens up a topic of the fact that these are people too. Behind the screens and facades or personas... you've got just another person trying to make the world a bit happier from her channel. When she talks with Tristan about her life behind the scenes, it opens his own eyes to her life and how things aren't as easy as it seems. There's a moment between the two of them that's almost like a turning point. I felt like this was so needed since there's an age gap and Kennedy Fox really did it well!

Overall, I really enjoyed The End of Us! It was angsty, hot, a definite page turner that had me on the edge of my seat waiting for whatever was coming. I also seriously dislike Piper's parents... once you read it, you'll see why. Another great and quick read from the ladies of Kennedy Fox!

That's all for my review, I hope you enjoyed it! Be sure to grab yourself a copy and binge read Tristan and Piper's story!

So until the next time, keep reading!
Your Graduated Bookworm!! :)

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