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    Great read

    What About Us is the fourth book in the Panic series from this author but it is a complete standalone. In fact I was hoping to catch up with some of the characters from previous books but that didn't happen. This story is about Alex Archer and Helen Blackwood. Teenage loves who everyone thought would go the distance. Unfortunately their world imploded when Helen's father's ponzi scheme cost Alex's family as well as many others almost everything. Twelve years later and Alex has worked hard to get his family back to where they were. Then he sees Helen working in Miami's latest hot night club Duality and everything changes. She's working just trying to get by. He's outraged and ready for revenge. Yet there is a chemistry between them that has sparks flying. You'll want to read this fantastic story of hate, revenge, understanding and ultimately love. I highly recommend it.
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    Loved it

    I have loved this series from the beginning and What About Us has moved up to my favorite of the series. Al l the animosity between Alex and Helen was so thick you could feel coming through the pages of the book. But you could also feel the love they had for one another. This was such an emotional book from start to finish, I really didn't think I was going to be ok after reading it. After they reconnect the hell they go through it unimaginable, but will they be able to make it through to the other side. This one is a MUST read!!!
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    Good book

    3.5 stars Helen is a survivor. She was forced to grow up when she was 18 and her father was sent to prison. But she got her life back on track. It took hard work but she did it. Lately, life seems to be biting her in the butt. Her drunken, abusive ex-husband has decided to throw her out of the house after he assaulted her. Then she runs into Alex, her first love and old friend, at the club. Alex makes her an offer that she can’t refuse. The more time she spends in his company, the more she starts to care for him. But she is wary. Alex and his family left her high and dry when she needed them the most. Can she trust Alex? Will Helen be able to see the truth of what her father did? Or will it drive an even bigger wedge between her and Alex? The one thing I loved about this series is that the author made her characters suffer from real life issues. Take Helen for instance. She was homeless for a while when she was a teenager. Later on in her adulthood, she was the victim of domestic violence. Or Alex. He had some pretty bad anger issues. It was how she handled those issues that made me want to read more of the book (and the series). I wasn’t sure if I liked Alex and Helen as a couple. I felt that she was going from one bad situation to another. He harbored so much anger towards her that I found it hard to believe that it disappeared overnight. Plus, he acted like a jerk to her at her work. In front of her boss and co-workers. Even they were like “Ummm, you sure about this Helen?” He treated her horribly all the way to almost the end of the book. I didn’t feel the sexual attraction between Alex and Helen at first. I was too involved in with the drama. I did catch glimpses of it. It didn’t smack you in the face but it was there. I couldn’t decide if I liked it or not. I did like the sex scenes. They packed enough heat to make me fan myself. They were super steamy. Loved them!!! The end of What About Us was bittersweet. I liked what Alex did for Helen. But it was what Helen did for Alex that made the end of the book. The author did a great job at wrapping up all the plotlines. I do wonder if there is going to be a book 5. **I chose to leave this review after reading an advance reader copy**
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    loved it

    This was such a good book that really captured my attention and that I feel in love with as the story progressed. I highly recommend that you check it out yourself.
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    5-blueberry-pie covered stars!

    5-blueberry-pie covered stars! Review by Angelique Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog There is nothing subtle or apologetic about Alex and Helen's story. Sidney Halston manages to capture everything from love to hate and everything in between in the 4th installment of the Panic series, What About us. The night of my eighteenth birthday. The night of first kisses and broken dreams. The night i was completely alone as my life turned upside down. Parting ways at a young age, during what was supposed to be a magical and happy day, things were never quite the same for either Helen or Alex. We meet strong-willed Helen who survived when the world was unkind and lonely and we learn how she got to where she is today. Alex, living with resentment about how things turned out for him, stumbles upon a familiar face in the last place he thought he would. Their lives are significantly different and things are never quite what they appear. As the two work around the proverbial elephant in the room, they find themselves following a path that neither ever thought was possible. It's both sad and happy and it sometimes takes just a nudge to push you where you need to be.
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