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Book Review: Alphas Like Us by Krista and Becca Ritchie

Alphas Like Us by Krista Ritchie and Becca Ritchie
Series: Like Us, #3
Genre: Contemporary | Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: Paperback, 429 pages
Source: My Copy
Published on April 16th 2018 by Everafter Romance 
Krista Ritchie: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
Becca Ritchie: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

His Bodyguard. His Love.

Maverick, know-it-all bodyguard Farrow Keene knows publicly dating American royalty comes with a great cost. Everyone wants a piece of their relationship. And as a protective boyfriend, he’s not here for the malicious hands that grab at their love life and seek to rip them apart.

But Farrow is confident — he’s confident that he could’ve never prepared for the storm to come.

Keep him safe.

Maximoff Hale isn’t a big fan of change. And to regain the charity CEO position he lost, he agrees to a task that he’s always rejected. One that could uproot his unconventional world.

But Maximoff is afraid — he’s afraid of the consequences that could destroy his boyfriend and his family.

Keep him safe.

Changes are on the horizon.
Maximoff & Farrow will fight for their forever. And with every breath, they promise that their love story won’t end here.

Alphas Like Us is third book to Like Us series aka Addicted to You spin off. Maximoff and Farrow’s is finally public information. 

“You said you wanted an in-your-face, overjoyed kind of love that knocks you backwards. But our love is that and better. Our love is headstrong. It never yields, never dies. And when it knocks you backwards, it pulls you upright again.”

Maximoff and Farrow both went through a lot in this book with them trying to find themselves while trying to make through with the difficulties with the media.

All in all I enjoyed reading more about Moffy and Farrow’s relationship but I felt like it lacked of something I usually enjoy in Ritchie books? I really enjoyed the romance but nothing really happened that I felt like developed their relationship. 

I still haven’t decided if I want to read books about the rest of Maximoff’s family or if I’m just going to read the Moffy and Farrow “epilogue” book. I’m just not that drawn to their stories (except maybe Charlie’s if he ever gets one) as I was to Moffy’s.

3.5 stars

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