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Reasonable Doubt 3 (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Whitney Gracia Williams

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I hate him…

I hate that I fell in love with him, I hate that he didn’t love me back, and I hate the fact that I just made a life-altering decision just so I could get the hell away from him.

He’d always said that he was unchangeable, heartless, and cold…

I really should’ve believed him…

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 193 pages
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  • Editeur : WGW (25 août 2014)
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Whitney Gracia Williams has been writing for as long as she can remember. She enjoys writing for all genres, more specifically film and memoir, but she enjoys penning humor and romance as well.

A self diagnosed candy addict, travel junkie, and hypochondriac, she is currently editing "Final Take: A Romantic Comedy" and penning her second memoir, "Carousel."

When she's not searching for a pair of matching socks or dissecting movies, she can be found here: http://www.whitneygracia.com

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 AH-MAZING CONCLUSION TO A MOST ADDICTIVE SERIAL!!! 26 août 2014
Par Natasha is a Book Junkie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle

I'm giving you two weeks to come to your ****ing senses..."
"Two weeks," he whispered. "That's when you and I are going to meet face to face, and I'm going to claim every inch of you."

It doesn't happen too often that I become consumed with a story from the very first page, something in the writing style and the voice of the characters grabbing me instantaneously, but from the moment I opened the first book, I was obsessed. Normally not a great fan of serials due to my inherently impatient nature, this story crushed all my biases and made the anticipation of the rest of the series so deliciously addictive, I think the wait was half the fun. And as I now reflect on the story as a whole, I am in total awe of the skilful way it was told, peeled off layer by layer, making me realise that every deceptively random scene had a set purpose in the big picture that is the story of Andrew and Aubrey.

I know this feeling will only last for so long; it never stays. In less than a week, I'll have to find someone else.

Andrew Hamilton is a successful lawyer, a loner, a man who professes not to believe in relationships and who hides his past fiercely. The last six years of his life have revolved solely around his career and his pursuit of the next one-night-stand. He avoids building friendships and emotional attachments in his life, no woman ever making him want to change his one and only `dating' policy...

"One dinner. One night. No repeats."

But while sifting through his favourite online social network and dating sites, looking for the next `lucky' recipient of his kiss-and-run routine, he meets a woman whose smart mouth and adamant refusal to have sex with him intrigue him and keep making him come back for more. Aubrey Everhart is a young woman torn between her innate passions and her parents' expectations of her. She juggles her life trying to please everyone around her, but the more pressure is put on her to forget her childhood dreams of becoming a professional ballerina, the more her stubborn heart remains unchanged. Andrew and Aubrey's frequent interactions soon become the only thing still capable of putting a smile on Andrew's face, their email and phone exchanges taking the form of one of the sexiest games of cat and mouse I have ever come across. They tease, provoke, tempt and arouse each other, but their odd friendship stays within the confines of inconsequential personal information and more lies than truths. Everything changes when Aubrey starts working as an intern at Andrew's firm, and all their lies suddenly catch up to them.

"I believe you and I are currently in an unfortunate web of deceit."

Their physical attraction is immediate, irreversible, unstoppable, and no matter how much they both wish they could, they cannot keep their hands off each other. But their expectations remain very different--while Aubrey keeps looking for the man she befriended online, the man she believed cared for her, Andrew wastes no opportunity to make it clear to her that there could never be anything more between them than just sex. Even though he doesn't ever seem to be able to get enough of her.

"You're the only woman-- only person actually, that I talk to outside of my hours at this office, the only woman I've ever f*cked over the phone, the only woman who's been in my car, and the only woman who's lied to me and still gotten me to stay..."

But the moment Aubrey asks for more and makes him break too many of his self-imposed relationship rules, he walks away. He bolts. He shows no concern whatsoever for the woman whose heart he so recklessly breaks while denying them both what they want the most. And this is where the game ends and the story shifts from amusing to heart-wrenching in a matter of minutes. We get to watch these characters tackle the aftermath of their breakup in very different ways, forced to deal with everything that is dysfunctional in their lives while pretending they are not missing each other.

"I miss the idea of you-- of what you could've been."

I am still unsure what it is exactly about this particular story that owned me so zealously start to finish, but I suspect the phenomenal writing style has something to do with it, not to mention two of the wittiest characters I have ever had the pleasure of finding in a book. I loved the personal journeys these two people travel in this story, their go-getting personalities, their willingness to put everything on the line for what matters the most in their lives, and how much them being together or staying apart does not define them as individuals. It was refreshing, it was inspiring, and it made me fall for them even more. This series is the full package--fun, sexy, cleverly written, and it is a read you will not want to miss.

"Dear Mr. Hamilton, ****. YOU. --Aubrey
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Unreasonably awesome! 26 août 2014
Par MariaM - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Review by MM Jaye:

Okay, seriously, this series started off as smut, so why the H am I crying? I don’t do that! These books are supposed to be about hotness and sexiness and rampant sensuality, but this installment of Reasonable Doubt is so much more! Whitney G has outdone herself here. I’ve read tons of books where the hero starts off as a complete douche and then does a 180, crawling and groveling and, yes, that works, but in Andrew’s case, you’ll end up “getting” him, feeling for him (I won’t say “lusting after him” because that’s stating the obvious) but he doesn’t turn into a wuss. He’s Andrew through and through. Smirking, brow-arching, dirty-talking Andrew. Only he’s Liam.

But what makes the difference for me is Aubrey. I’ve had enough of the “doormat”, spineless type of girl who gives everything up to a domineering male, succumbing to his every whim, then changing him through her pliability (definition: the quality of being easily bent—pun fully intended). Aubrey is different. For once, this girl is willing to settle for less in sex but more in the respect department. In someone who maybe is less hot but treats her better. And she shuns Andrew. Again. Again. And yet again. I got such immense satisfaction from Aubrey’s stance. And it’s not only Andrew in the receiving end of that attitude but her impossible parents as well. She manages to break free from every demand made on her and carves a life on her own. And then she gets all she wants and more. Seriously, the audition scene made me cry!!

As for the writing? It’s stellar! I feel that Whitney G. gave everything to this installment! Flowing descriptions, poignancy, heart-wrenching backstory on top of the amazing banter and the jaw-dropping comebacks we all came to love.

And what’s with *End of Episode #3*???? Is this not the finale?!!! Reasonable Doubt was a great ride, and if you enjoy reading this genre, I strongly recommend you join the hordes of hardcore fans.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Unsatisfying Series 27 août 2014
Par Shambles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
My review will be for the series as a whole. I waited to start the series until the day before the release of book 3.

Honestly this book was just okay for me. Some parts were well written, but I think where Reasonable Doubt fell short for me was the lack of depth to Andrew and Aubrey's characters. There was definitely some charm to Andrew's cockiness and abrasiveness, but his cruelty was a bit too much for me. At the end of book 3, Andrew's dark past is finally revealed and I understood what drove Andrew's behavior. Unfortunately it came too late to undo my poor opinion of Andrew. I felt bad for the guy because he really was scarred, but it really didn't justify his vicious actions and words to those around him in my opinion. At the very beginning of the series, I liked Aubrey and she seemed to be the perfect spoil for Andrew. Along the way though, she lost her edge and turned into a doormat. At one point, I wanted to throw her a copy of "He's Just Not That Into You" and see her move on. In my mind, she humiliated herself by continuing to pursue Andrew while he treated her like garbage. Bottom line I didn't respect Aubrey and I found it hard to believe she could command it from Andrew. Aubrey finally stands up for herself, leaves Andrew and begins to move forward with her life but by then I didn't care.

The ending was a bit unsatisfying.....it seemed rushed and maybe even incomplete. I didn't get a real sense of Andrew and Aubrey as a couple after everything was resolved and I missed that so maybe that's why I felt the ending incomplete. Overall, I didn't find that spark that so many of my fellow readers found in Andrew and Aubrey's story.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly entertaining, deliciously sexy as sin, and incredibly intense. 2 septembre 2014
Par Shayna Renee's Spicy Reads - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Reasonable Doubt: Volume 3 is HERE! This serial series has taken off like CRAZY! Whitney Gracia Williams was an unknown to me at the start, and now her name is on every romance reader’s newsfeed and social media! Volume 3 is the final installment of this series! I can already hear the collective BOOHOO all over the world! I’m almost 100% sure that since everyone fell in love with this serial and these great characters, I bet we haven’t heard the last of Andrew Hamilton and his dirty, DIRTY mouth!

Highly entertaining, deliciously sexy as sin, and incredibly intense, Reasonable Doubt will set your eReaders on fire! The storyline had me hooked in Volume 1 and kept me engaged through the very end. Andrew Hamilton is a hero you will love to hate, and hate to love. He is a complete a**hole at times, and can be incredibly frustrating and stubborn. The thing is, in the final installment of this series, you get to see, what I call, the REAL Andrew! You learn about Andrew’s past and the COMPLETE HELL that he went through, and you understand why he is the way he is. I was so connected with Andrew, that this revelation was very emotional for me.

This volume starts off in a VERY hostile environment. The truth has come out, and ANDREW is pissed! AUBREY is pissed because Andrew is pissed, and we jump right back on the crazy roller coaster ride that is their relationship. A few curse words are thrown, some unknown substances are placed in people’s coffee, and hate email are all the rage! It’s hilarious as hell, but at the same time, your heart aches for these two. You go into this knowing that they will eventually get their Happily Ever After, but the road to that HEA is a tough, emotional, and steamy ride.

All in all, the series tied up very nicely, and I was satisfied with the conclusion. I only hope that one day Ms. Williams will bring us more Andrew and that filthy, sexy mouth of his.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Was I reading the same series as everyone else? 19 juillet 2015
Par sheree - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I got bored and decided to take a break from this book to read reviews and see if anyone agreed with the thoughts running through my head. I'm at the scene where Aubrey is about to perform and has decided that Andrew needs to live in New York with her. It's at this point that I think I've completely had it with this heroine. She's immature. No idea how she managed to keep that internship so long considering her completely unprofessional behavior not just within his office but in general. She lacks compassion and understanding. She constantly pushes Andrew to open up to her, to leave his comfort zone, to participate in the type of relationship she wants without taking a moment to really understand why he is the way he is. Don't get me wrong, there's a difference in getting what you deserve out of a relationship and forcing it. When she hears his story in the courtroom, she shows no empathy for his past, no compassion. She's more so concerned about him not telling her his story without considering that maybe it was too difficult to tell. And lastly, she knows that New York holds a lot of incredibly painful memories for Andrew and that he doesn't want to be there yet she doesn't take that into consideration. She's immature, selfish, overly emotional, rash, inconsiderate and I completely dislike her as the heroine. I have a hard time believing that this would be the "woman" that made a man like Andrew change his ways.

This should have been one book (maybe two). It wasn't nearly long enough to be broken up the way it was. And let's talk about character development. Yes, Andrew changed throughout the series but there was no real growth. I don't know. Maybe I was reading a different series than everyone else.
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