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There are exactly three people in this whole world who know my secrets, my vulnerabilities, my pain. But then Jet Collins walks into my life and turns everything upside down.
Suddenly, I find myself keeping things from those closest to me. Even more shockingly, I’m sharing those very same secrets with someone I hardly know.
Jet’s charming and confident and everyone at school immediately wants to be his friend, but I’m the one person he can’t seem to stay away from. It’s irritating that I actually want to confide in him.
Yet every time I let myself get a little closer, he pulls away.
Boy trouble is the last thing I need. With a dangerous cult in town, my friends and I have already been in serious danger too many times to count, and things seem to be escalating again.
As the threat of BestLyf looms closer and my friends and I find ourselves in danger yet again, I can’t help wondering if Jet is dangerous too. Or is he just dangerous to my heart?
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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars
Like You Know is the 4th and final installment in the Devilbend Dynasty series. It could be a standalone, but I think for context and best enjoyment as far as the mystery of the BestLyf organization that runs throughout the series, it is better to start from Book 1. Especially since the mastermind behind BestLyf gets their comeuppance in Like You Know.
It wasn’t my favorite of the bunch, but I did enjoy Jet and Amaya’s story. Sometimes, I thought Amaya was a spoiled brat, but she grew on me and my feelings changed as her vulnerabilities came through. I figured out the plot twist early on in the book, but I still enjoyed the push and pull, slow burn that developed between Amaya and Jet. He totally balanced her out.
However, the ending was a bit rushed, and I thought that the criminal aspect of the cult was tied up too swiftly and neatly. Still, an enjoyable story.
I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.