Review: Jake by Jennifer Foor

Jake (The Mitchell/Healy Family #4)
Jake Mitchell has spent his whole life tied at the hip with his best friend and twin brother Jax. They’ve shared everything, except for women, which was easy since their tastes were so different.

From the moment she walked into the room Jake knew she was special, with her flowing brown locks, supple body, and a smile that could brighten any day. An accident leaves her vulnerable and in the arms of his brother. From that moment she’s in awe of Jax.

Jake tries his best to keep away from Reese Miller. He disrespects her and tells everyone how much she annoys him to make sure she stays at a distance.

Reese can’t stand that Jake hates her. She’s determined to change his mind, not knowing he’s desperately trying to protect his relationship with his brother, and his family.

When the two find themselves alone during a winter storm all bets are off, and what happens next could change everything, including the bond between two brothers.
 

Review:
What can I say? Jennifer Foor is a mastermind in creating fantastic family series. She knows the right combination in creating emotional yet romantic family series. We get to read about Jake Mitchell, twin son of Ty Mitchell. Jake has always been in everything with his twin brother, Jax that it does surprise him that he falls for his brother girlfriend, Reese. Reese has been in love with Jax that it shocks her that she starts feeling for Jake. Jake stay strong no matter what that he never gave in temptation, however, things change when they both headed to the cabin for the weekend. You cannot stop someone falling in love no matter what. They both love each other so much that they cannot stop each other. I really enjoy Jake love story that I know it hurt Jake when he betrayal his brother trust. However, everyone is entitled to love someone. 
*Four Star*

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