Things escalated. That’s what I’m going to say happened with our stepbrother with benefits relationship. It escalated.
Rule #18 – We have to be open with one another. We have to tell each other how we really feel.
I’m not sure you can fully grasp the gravity of the situation I’m in right now. I think I’ve unleashed a monster inside myself. I also think I kind of love it. I completely trust my ability to be responsible almost always, except when it comes to Ethan. When it comes to Ethan, well…
I don’t think we really have to think about how irresponsible I can be when it comes to Ethan. I just ditched class for the day, bought a plane ticket randomly to fly out and see him, and now…
I don’t want to talk about it. Things escalated. That’s what I’m going to say happened. They escalated.
It was only for a week, except it’s not anymore. Dating my stepbrother? Sure, let’s just see how that goes. Completely ignoring all my responsibilities, doing the opposite of what I know I should be doing, and seeking vengeance against my ex-boyfriend because he can’t stop being a complete jerk?
I’m the worst good girl ever, aren’t I? I used to be so good at it, too.
I’m just kind of hoping for the best now.
One thought on “Stepbrother With Benefits 18 (Third Season) by Mia Clark”
Now i haven’t had a lot of great things to say about these installments. But I felt it right to give a more thorough review on this one.
The story follows Ethan and Ashley who are stepbrother/sister. Whilst on summer break Ashley dares Ethan to have sex with her. If he refuses he has to give up football. Well Ethan Colton never loses so he takes that bet and runs with it.
And so starts the Stepbrother with benefits. But it was only supposed to last a week. That week turned into all summer break that’s what 2 months?
The sex was pretty hot but the characters very immature considering the parents called them adults I expected a little more maturity. (I loved the parents btw.)
Anyway this benefits arrangement dragged on for 18 books with an average 100 pages per book. Take out the bits at the beginning and the end and its more like 90 pages.
I always found myself feeling like I was inside either Ashley’s or Ethan’s head. The weird thing was no matter that I was finding parts annoying I wanted to keep reading. I wanted to know how it all turned out.
I was ready to call it quits after this book but oh no Mia just had to throw Jake back in there and the plan for revenge for what he did. Now I’m going to have to get the next book.
There are some short stories at the end of books 16, 17 and 18 involving Scarlet and Caleb but I found those totally confusing, annoying and extremely immature so i didn’t even bother reading the part in book 18.
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