Review: Good Girls Don’t

Good Girls Don't
Good Girls Don’t by Victoria Dahl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have been wanting to read this book for a long time ever since I saw lot of good reviews. The book is almost believable. Everybody had faults and nobody’s perfect. Tessa who manages the brewery along with her 2 brothers (Jamie & Eric), falls in lust with Luke who is a friend of Jamie. There is lot of family drama going on and she is trying to keep the family together. Luke who is a cop, has problem of his own, divorced and his partner is pregnant and everybody thinks that its his.

Robbery at the brewery brings Tessa and Luke together. You realize the tension between Eric and Jamie is because Jamie feels he is under-appreciated and his opinion is not worth much, whereas Eric has always been the big brother and didn’t think he needs to consult with his brother and sister about the business. Tessa feels the need to keep the family together because she is afraid that they might just leave her.

Too much drama in everyone’s life and maybe that is why its an interesting book. Moving on to the funny times in the book, I loved it when Eric blushed when Tessa talks about sex because he still thinks of her as little sister and that she is a virgin. Loved the fact that all you have to say is female problems to brothers and they just disappear.

Moving on to the mystery of who is responsible for the robbery, you do kinda of know who did it by half way through the book. Overall, I am really looking forward to reading the rest of the series. Jamie’s book, here I come.

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