Monday, June 9, 2014

SERIES Completed . . . A Little Too Much series in review. . .

by Lisa Desrochers:         

        
Desrochers does a beautiful job in showing the life of college life and after.  The direction life takes one on.  The test, trials, and tribulations.  She provides a interconnecting story for life among these friends, new and old, tied together in different ways.


A Little Too Far (A Little Too Far, #1) 

by Lisa Desrochers

rating 5 of 5 stars

status Read from May 5, 2014
A Little Too Far (A Little Too Far, #1)format ebook
review  Lexie, Trent, Alessandro, and even Sam all have a ride to endure and lessons of life to learn.

Lexie Banks has had an life changing event.  She needs a shoulder to cry on.  That shoulder has always been her step-brother, Trent.  Trent has always been the obsession of Sam's.  While Lexie is away her best friends will begin to play.  Lexie meets and becomes friends with Alessandro.  The intermingle of these relationships bring about a change in more than just one life.


Desrochers makes a beautiful story of love and how it can change you in more ways than you can possibly know.



A Little Too Much (A Little Too Far #2)
by Lisa Desrochers 

rating 5 of 5 stars

A Little Too Much (A Little Too Far, #2)status Read from May 6, 2014
format ebook
review  Hilary and Alessandro have a past that can only be healed by the future. While Hilary has found a way to disguise her past with a don't care facade, Alessandro had come to deal with the ghost of his past. Only to find out that there are some things in the past that cannot be just taken care of.

Mallory, I could choke, beat, kick, maybe even at points on a bad day stab. She has that big sister thing to an exact science of annoyance. She wants to dictate Hilary's life. 





A Little Too Hot (A Little Too Far #3)

by Lisa Desrochers

A Little Too Hot (A Little Too Far, #3)rating 5 of 5 stars
status Read from May 13, 2014
format ebook
review  Intrigue, mystery, mayhem, confusion, doubt, lust, overload. . . 

Sam has her time. Trent is almost a distant memory. The night she meets the man, Harrison Yates, that would set her blood ablaze. Was the last night she had some of her last lusty thoughts about her ex-best friend's fiance (step brother). But all is not good, Harrison Yates isn’t who he seems to be and this could end badly for Sam.


Desrochers does a great job tying all three books together and making the connection something that one would most certainly remember.



I am not a professional reviewer.  These are just my personal opinions.