As its (seemingly) final book in the series, Trust didn’t exactly draw my enjoyment – at least not nearly enough as the first two books. This is an erotic series and Ella Frank’s a writer of erotica but sometimes, too much is just too much right? Not that the sex scenes aren’t nearly flammable. They’re actually beyond hot but halfway through the story – I started wondering what exactly the premise of the book was.
Some of my issues with this book (aside from the uber-excessive sex scenes) include:
- Chris stirring shit up then simply walking away. Gone. Bye. Bitch.
- Evelyn’s unnecessary appearance. No. Not relevant at all. Wasted space.
- The “accident” was predictable that I find myself rolling my eyes at this.
- Daniel Finley. Unnecessary.
The timeline of their relationship was too short for me considering this is the final installment (or not).
This story isn’t that bad though, I still loved Logan and Tate. It’s just a case of “too much of this and too little of that.” Oh well…
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Published May 2nd 2015 by Ella Frank