What happens in Vegas? Well, in Danielle Norman’s Until, it’s a whole lot of steamy, sexy, sassy fun in this absolutely delicious rom-com with a taboo (sort of!) twist! An absolute winner!
— New York Times bestselling author J. Kenner
The gang returns...
I’m Stella Lang, everyone thinks of me as the sassy one, the one who’s not afraid to say what’s on her mind, but the truth is…I’m scared.
Scared of being rejected.
Scared of having my heart broken all by one man…Tristan Christakos.
He’s a doctor at the hospital where I work.
I’m close to his entire family - his brothers are married to my best friends and his cousin is married to my brother. Interwoven? Yeah…you could say that.
If things didn’t work out between us, a lot of people would be hurt.
So what do you do when there’s sexual tension?
You’re alone in Vegas?
And a life altering secret has landed in your hands?
**Until is the final installment of The Iron Orchids Series but may be read and enjoyed as a standalone contemporary romance / rom-com!
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Tristan and Stella are quite a couple. They did not have a typical romance. I truly loved Stella in all the books as you see her strength develop. Stella is an enigma much like her friend Ringo and she is fiercely loyal to those she calls her friends. She wants the HEA for everyone and only dreams of it for herself. Her mouth often gets her in trouble but she would rather retreat than be rejected. She doesn’t understand why Tristan won’t stand by her. These Greek men have to do everything their way. It takes a day with his parents to really set his head straight. They could have left off the epilogue or only carried a few years rather than almost two decades.
I had a hard time with a rating for this book. I really didn’t like Stella for a good portion and I hated how Tristan was treated. I don’t want to give any spoilers so I will leave it at that. Will I read it again? Probably, and I would say that a lot of people will love this book. It is an okay book for me, and maybe I will look at it differently later.
Stella was well worth the wait! Loved loved loved everything about this book.