September 11, 2009

Review: Suspicion

Suspicion by Kate Brian

Forbidden fruit...
Reed, Noelle, and former Billings Girls Kiran and Taylor have been living it up on St. Barths over winter break. The tropical sun has melted away all the tensions of last semester, and for the first time in months, Reed is happy. She's got her best friends by her side, she has a palatial suite with an ocean view, and she's landed Upton, the most sought-after guy on the island.
Reed is falling in love.
But dating Upton makes Reed St. Barths' highest-profile guest -- and not in a good way. Upton has a dark past, and he's broken a lot of hearts. One of his exes still wants him. And she'll do whatever it takes to get Reed out of the picture.

OMG!! Let me just say that I know sometimes I say that certain books are now my all time five, but I have been lying. Kate Brian's Private series is my all time Favorite! Forever and always. Kate Brian is truly amazing and no one can live up to her! Her writing is so witty, clever, romantic, and always keeps you in suspense! This book, suspicion was no excuse! On the romantic side-reed and Upton’s relationship deepens, and you can’t but fall head over heels for this English throb. Also Suspicion is very new in many ways. All of her books have a certain mystery, but this one the mystery is happening directly to Reed. Without giving away too much, you see her struggle and having to solve her own mystery!!! Overall I love love this Series and I will reread it again and again! Suspicion doesn’t disappoint-and this might be her best book yet!

5/5 suns

Also Check out the Private webisodes at Privatenovels.com

2 comments:

Imogen said...

I've always wanted to read the Private series but they always seemed quite short. This might be a stupid question but which one do I start with?

Sunkissed said...

Imogen-They are short, but her writing makes up for it! YOu should start with Private and then move onto invitation only! After that you are hooked! thanks

xoxox
Rachel