Review: Avoiding Temptation by K.A. Linde

SYNOPSIS:Avoiding Temptation

Two years after walking out of Jack’s wedding, Lexi has finally put her past behind her. She has made up her mind about where her life is headed. This time, she is sticking to her guns, no matter what.

That is, until a phone call shatters the fragile grasp she has on her new life. Lexi is forced to question everything she thought she knew about what she wanted, and life-changing events push her to reevaluate the very plans she holds so dear. Nevertheless, Lexi has to choose her true path. That might just mean deciding, once and for all, that she doesn’t have to answer to anyone but herself.

In this highly anticipated final installment of the bestselling Avoiding series, follow Lexi as she juggles a new career, a new city, and the burgeoning affections of three very different men.


Now I didn’t want to start this book because I was solid Team Ramsey, I actually didn’t even consider John an option until he was repetitively thrown in my face. However, without giving anything away, I believe that K.A. Linde wraps this book up in the best possible way. I guess I realized along with Lexi that its about your own happiness and finding your own happiness and when you realize that there is only one guy for her.

With that being said, this book was jammed packed with drama and don’t worry Bekah is still awful and you will still want to punch her in her fake face. I had to vices with this book, there were typos, and quite a few, either misspellings or words that should have been taken out. In addition, everyone suddenly becomes a “y’all” addict and there was a chapter where every paragraph someone said y’all and it was becoming repetitious and annoying. I don’t remember that happening that frequently in the previous 4 books. Overall this was a great read and provided me with the closure I need to this series.



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