Series: Until #1
Published by Self Published on September 19th 2013
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
November is looking forward to getting to know her father and the safety of a small town. After leaving the Big Apple and her bad memories for Tennessee, November starts working for her dad at his strip club doing the books. The one time she’s allowed there during club hours she runs into Asher Mayson. He’s perfect until he opens his mouth and makes assumptions. November wants nothing to do with Asher but too bad for November, fate has other plans.
Asher Mayson has never had a problem getting a woman, that is until November. Now all he can think about is making November his and keeping her safe.
After loving Running into Love by by Aurora Rose Reynolds, I wanted more just like it. So I decided to give Until November a shot. Although I found the book addicting, and hard to put down, I definitely had issues with it.
Until November is about a young woman named November who has moved to Tennessee to spend time with her father. She left NYC early after being attacked one night, and is hoping to have a fresh start away from her uncaring mother. She plans to be the bookkeeper for her father’s club (it’s a strip club). When she goes to visit the club, she meets Asher Mayson, who mistakes her for a stripper. Asher and November don’t get off to a great start, but of course that changes, and they start to fall for each other. But November also seems to be in danger, so they have to figure out what’s going on.
Until November was pretty addictive and I had a hard time putting the book down. I liked November a lot, although I didn’t found her to be very realistic. I wanted to know why she was attacked in NYC, and who might want to hurt her. I also liked that November adopted the stray dog that saved her during the attack. She named him Beast, but he was a really sweetie.
Asher was kind of a bad boy, but I liked him too. It was pretty sweet to see him falling for November and not really knowing how to deal with it. I liked that once they got together, he was totally into the relationship, and not at all commitment-shy.
All that said, there is definitely some aspects of this book I didn’t care for. For example, there is definitely some girl-hate going on, which is annoying. Also, Asher is a bit over protective and possessive of November, and that got to be a bit much. It also felt like the author was trying a bit too hard with the dialogue. It didn’t always feel very natural.
Until November by Aurora Rose Reynolds is definitely not a home run for me. It was hard to put down, but even still, I had some issues with it.