3.5 Star Review by Ashley
After the way the first book in this duet ended I just had to know what would happen to Drew and Courtney. Thankfully, Kennedy Fox picked this up right where they left off so there was no speculation about what went down in Vegas.
But between all the drama there was Courtney and all her quirky charm. From muffins to court dates to inappropriate behavior and a little good natured match making she was getting back to who she was. Drew's little surprise (that Kayla helped with) had a lot to do with it too. And there was sex. A LOT of sex. Dare I say almost too much? And that's a bold thing coming from me- I LOVE me a good steamy scene but these two were at it for a solid chunk of the story.
It's not true what they say because what happened in Vegas didn't stay in Vegas...it followed Drew and Courtney back home and continued to taunt them. Ugh that Mia. I didn't like her one bit. But every story needs a villain (I guess) and she was it in a major way here. As her threats continued to escalate, it only brought Drew and Courtney closer together. When Mia made her final move. I was just as shocked as Courtney. And as the pieces finally fell into place and Mia's little helper was revealed, my jaw, much like Drew's, was on the floor.
I went back and forth while reading This is Effortless. I really liked Drew and Courtney but there was, to me, just something missing. And I found the ending a bit anti-climatic. There was SO much build up for things to end the way they did. But ohhhhh Kennedy Fox did pique my interest into what is coming for Logan!