In Review: Reunion by London Hale

Posted August 23, 2017 by Kim in 5 Stars, In Review / 0 Comments

In Review: Reunion by London HaleReunion by London Hale
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Publication date: August 24, 2017
Publisher: Self-Published
Format: eARC, 167 pages
How I got it: From the author
Add it: Goodreads
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My rating:

She’s ready to move on

High school reunions are supposed to be fun. Unfortunately, mine starts with a storm that traps me in a house with my newly ex-boyfriend...and his hot-as-sin stepbrother. Luke kept in touch with me over the years, but not like this. Not with his hands, his fingers...his mouth. If my ex finds out, it’s more than just a friendship on the line. I could destroy a family.

He’s done holding back

Hannah’s been off-limits for twelve long years, ever since my stepbrother swooped in and claimed her before I could. As if coveting from afar isn’t bad enough, now I have to suffer through our ten-year reunion watching them together. But things aren’t as perfect in paradise as it would seem. One overheard conversation between them, and I’m ready to throw caution to the wind. If my stepbrother can’t make her scream, I’m more than happy to get the job done.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for review consideration.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

in review my thoughts

Y’all, London Hale has done it again. Who’s surprised? I’m certainly not. Reunion was first published as a serial in their weekly newsletter and I read about half of it that way. Those installments were, no lie, the highlight of my Monday. Then I got impatient waiting for the next part – a fairly common occurrence for me — and I stopped reading it altogether, knowing it was going to be released as a full-length story. I LOVED Luke and Hannah in the serial version, but I loved them even more this way when I could get the entire story in one sitting. Yes, I’m greedy.

A high school reunion is the perfect set up for great romance and I loved the story London Hale crafted here. I am such a huge fan of the unknown/unrequited crush thing. Luke was totally freaking amazing and swoony and dirty and UNF. Hannah definitely deserved a man like him instead of a POS like Barry. Ugh. He was such a douchebag. I wasn’t at all sorry to see Hannah kick him to the curb and move onto MUCH greener pastures. Luke and Hannah had amazing chemistry and it was so easy to root for them. They were easily likable characters, both together and separately.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — I freaking love London Hale’s books. I hope they never stop writing together. Their books are the perfect bite-size bit of hot and filthy fun with substance. If you need me, I’ll just be sitting over here waiting on their next one…


“When’s the last time someone made you scream, Hannah?”

“Jesus, you taste good. I could eat you for every meal and still not get enough.”

“And if you believe you’re going to find someone who’ll love you harder than I will, you’re wrong. I’ve loved you for more than a decade, sunshine. I’m not stopping anytime soon.”

About London Hale

London Hale is the combined pen name of writing besties Ellis Leigh and Brighton Walsh. Between them, they’ve published more than thirty books in the contemporary romance, paranormal romance, and romantic suspense genres. Ellis is a USA Today bestselling author who loves coffee, thinks green Skittles are the best, and prefers to stay in every weekend. Brighton is multi-published with Berkley, St. Martin’s Press, and Carina Press. She hates coffee, thinks green Skittles are the work of the devil, and has never heard of a party she didn’t want to attend. Don’t ask how they became such good friends or work so well together—they still haven’t figured it out themselves.

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