Series: Twin Estates #4
Published by Self-Published on March 19th 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Rules to Join The Neighborhood Watch:
1. If you see something, say something
2. Report all illegal activities to the authorities
3. Do not associate with criminals
4. And certainly, don't fall for them!
Tori Bellows is a really good friend. She's always there when a shoulder is needed to cry on, to give dating advice, or for a good ol' time. Now, though, Tori is the one who needs a shoulder to lean on when she's in a tough spot. But all of her friends are too busy with their own lives.
Enter the Twin Estates' resident bad boy, Landon Edenhoff. When he offers her an all expenses paid vacation, she's immediately suspicious - he's rarely nice and his intentions are never good. But she's ready for a change of scenery and knows she can give as good as she gets from Mr. Rude & Nasty himself.
After all, how bad could this neighbor really be?
Tori… Landon… Landon… Tori…
I loved Tori and hated Landon. I even caught myself not liking Tori at times but quickly reminded myself why she would like an asshole like Landon. At first I couldn’t get into the book because I hated Landon that much. He was so fucking arrogant. It really took me out of the book at times but Tori quickly made up for it.
I felt so bad for her. I couldn’t help it. It just shows that someone so beautiful with the perfect body doesn’t have everything they need in life. I love how Stylo written it that way. Tori had to fight for what she wanted and it wasn’t easy. I mean look who she was dealing with?
Landon. Landon. Landon. Such a prick at times then the worlds saddest puppy ever. I hated him and loved him. I wanted to scream at him and throw my tablet out the window. Then I wanted to hold him and cry for him. Ugh. So frustrating. Lol
The emotionally turmoil that Stylo put me through in this book might’ve been ecstasy and hell but in the end I enjoyed every bit of it. Neighborhood Watch is one of those books that make you feel deep and I mean DEEP within your soul. It takes everything out of you then still leaves you wanting more at the end.
I can not begin to tell you all the emotions I felt while reading this book. It varied from annoyance to the warm and fuzzies, wariness, awe, exasperation, anger, and finally elation. A character like Landon Edenhoff will definitely do that to you.
Landon is one of those characters that you love to hate and sure enough, Stylo Fantome makes you loathe him with a vengeance. Never in a million years would I expect someone like him to ever feel any sort of emotion but once a heartbroken Tori gets thrown into the mix my opinion completely changed.
These two take a wild ride together all across the world and while Landon’s intentions were shady at first the more time they spend together things gradually change. We witness one loathsome man transform into someone MORE.
What was so amazing about Landon and Tori was that they didn’t try to do the impossible -they weren’t out to forcibly fix each other rather they accepted one another for what and who they were. If anything they grew together and brought out the best versions of themselves.
If you’ve read the previous books in the series (which I hope you did!) you notice that there is so much tension between the characters. Neighborhood Watch negates all of that and then some. These intriguing characters all have come such a long way and I can not wait to see what Stylo Fantome has planned for them next.
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