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    I absolutely adored this novel

    I picked up this novel after seeing a lot of promotion for Out on Good Behavior on twitter. I had been following Dahlia for quite a while and her books seemed to have quite the following and a lot of the people I follow seemed to love her books. After receiving a gift card, I figured the time was right to pick up LWaT. And boy was I ever right. The novel starts out with Lexie at a party messing about with another girls boyfriend when a knock sounds at the bedroom door. With that knock, Lexie’s world is changed forever when her parents are killed in an accident. After legally becoming guardian to her two younger brothers, Lexie finally has the kick in the pants to get her act together and pick up her grades. Because low grades mean she loses her scholarship and will not be able to return to school. Not being able to return to school means she’ll lose custody of her brothers if she can’t take care of them and the last thing she wants is for her brothers to end up in foster care. LWaT really starts off with a bang and I really felt that it did not let me down during my time reading it. It shocked, amazed, and had me biting my nails throughout the whole novel. This story was so steamy that I’m sure, had I been in public, that I would have been red in the face while reading. Thankfully I was reading at home so I got to enjoy it without worry of embarrassment for all that it is worth. I found that the set of circumstances that Lexie was put through was incredibly well written and realistic. I never once felt that Lexie was behaving in a way that a normal teenager wouldn’t in her position. Lexie really grew throughout this novel and became someone that her brothers could look up to and trust and I rather enjoyed watching her grow during this book. Dahlia Adler has such a way with words that it sucks you right in and will not let you go until you finish reading. This was my first Adler novel, but it most definitely will not be my last. Adding this one to the Vault and I cannot wait to add the rest of this series!
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