I Absolutely Loved It!
After finishing this book, it took me a while to compose my thoughts to be able to write this review. Infraction was a laugh out loud romantic comedy, but it also had me in tears, like sobbing tears, which I wasn’t expecting in this book!
After reading Fraternize, I really wanted Miller to find his HEA and after the epilogue and seeing some insight into what may come, I really wanted to see where Rachel Van Dyken was going to go with Kinsey and Miller, and my oh my did she take us on a ride. An over protective big brother in Jax, an ex that is awful, two friends that can’t seem to keep their meddling to themselves, and things are definitely going to get interesting, and they do!
When Jax asks Miller to “fake date” Kinsey , he had no clue what transpired between them in Vegas seven months ago, or that things between them at the moment weren’t as kosher as they were letting on. Kinsey and Miller can’t deny their attraction, nor are they willing to put their hearts on the line, but when they’re forced to pretend to be in a relationship, it opens things up for both of them, and I loved how everything transpired. Throw in Kinsey finding out that her father has cancer, and everything seems to fall apart. Miller seems to be the only one able to keep Kinsey from falling apart, and she hates and loves it all at the same time. Try as they may what they’re fighting is going to happen, but keeping it from Jax is harder than they thought.
Watching Miller fight his feelings for Kinsey, and realizing he was falling for her was interesting to watch play out, especially after reading his story in Fraternize. He was so afraid of not being chosen, and being left alone, that I truly think he was afraid she wouldn’t chose him, so he was afraid to fully give himself to her, but when he finally started to put himself out there, was when things truly started to go well for them. Kinsey was the one that was having problems being open and honest with Miller, and it was Jax that laid it all on the line for everyone and caused problems for them.
Everything does come to a head, and there are tears, like ugly sobbing tears, which I was expecting, because I came to love Kinsey and Jax’s father, trust me you will too, but how this story ended was pure perfection. I laughed, I cried, and I truly fell in love with all of these characters. There was angst, drama, and a ton of laughs, which made the tears worth it. Miller and Kinsey’s story was pure perfection, and I adored seeing Jax’s point of view in this book. I truly hope one day he will get a book of his own, he definitely deserves it. Miller’s story has come full circle, and the last few sentences between him and Emerson was pure perfection! Rachel Van Dyken has given us a beautiful story, and my first top rated book of 2018! If you haven’t read one-clicked Infraction yet, go grab it today!