Monday, May 18, 2015

Review: Twisted Two-Step by Julia Bramer

Nathan Butler knows the score. People like him don’t get to be happy. They don’t belong.

Raised by his drug-addicted mother, Nate was kicked around a lot and abandoned and disappointed so many times he can’t afford to care about anyone or anything, his existence a tedious, monotonous two-step. Quick, quick, slow, slow, run, run, walk, walk. Over and over again.

Until he meets Mason Lord. Mase is the only person who manages to crack Nate’s defenses. For the first time in his shitty life, Nate has a real friend. He trusts Mase and even grows to love him, but like always, it doesn’t last.

Killed in a tragic work accident, Mase’s death is just one more disappointment. And when the company refuses to accept responsibility for it, Nate’s heartache turns to hate and he vows to make it right the only way he knows how.


For Rebecca Fox, a beautiful and talented corporate attorney, Mason Lord’s death is simply an accident. Despite the very believable eyewitness testimony from the drop-dead gorgeous Nathan Butler, she successfully defends the company against a wrongful death lawsuit, upping her chances of becoming a full partner at the most prestigious law firm in San Francisco.

The partnership is all she wants, the cornerstone of her long-term plan. Then Nathan Butler unexpectedly shows up on her doorstep and changes everything, her life becoming a thrilling, titillating playground instead of a dull obstacle course to navigate oh-so carefully.

Yet nothing is as it seems. A collision of desires and worlds, a twisted two-step, but what Rebecca doesn’t know can’t hurt her. 

Twisted Two-Step by Julia Bramer is a book that lives up to its name and more. The tale of revenge, romance, and twists is an entertaining story that you don't want to miss out on. Nathan Butler and Rebecca Fox are from two different worlds. When their lives cross path at trail where Nathan is a witness, it's going to set in motion a series of events that will leave you saying "what?" over and over again. So much happens in this story it is one book that you'll just need to experience.

Julia Bramer is an author who knows how to throw you for a loop and keeps you on your toes. Twisted Two-Step is a book that does it. I still can't get over the twists and turns in this story. It also has one of the more original endings in a book. If you're looking for something different that is going to keep you guessing, read Twisted Two-Step.


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