Until June (Until Her/Him, #3) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until June (Until Her/Him, #3)

June Mayson and Evan Barrister’s whirlwind courtship resulted in a secret marriage right before he left for boot camp. Evan knows deep in his gut that June is too good for him, but after getting a taste of the beautiful life they can have together, he’s unwilling to let her go. June promises to wait for him, knowing neither time or distance will ever change her feelings for Evan—that is until she’s served with divorce papers while he’s ...


Details Until June (Until Her/Him, #3)

TitleUntil June (Until Her/Him, #3)
Author
Release DateMay 24th, 2016
PublisherAurora Rose Reynolds
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, New Adult, Contemporary
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Reviews Until June (Until Her/Him, #3)

  • Val Shameless ⚓️ Steamy Reads ⚓️
    1970-01-01
    3.75+ Guilty Pleasure Read Stars...This book...In a nutshell......Or rather, I should say:THE KRISTEN ASHLEY IS STRONG WITH THIS ONE, SMUTTERSLike for realzzzzzzz. Now, this has always been the case with ARR, mind you - of which I am VERY aware -but it was super ridiculous-obvious with this one. Like LOL ridiculous-obvious. Some example snippets for your perusal... "'Give me your eyes, beautiful...''I've been breathing easy...''Colton.''This is u...
  • Christy
    1970-01-01
    4 stars! I have read and loved every ’Until’ book Aurora Rose Reynolds has written. There is something about these stories, her formula and characters that I love so much! I was so excited to see another Mayson girl was getting a book. And I’m happy to report, I loved this one, too! Until June was just a little different than some of the others in this series… Like all the Mayson’s, June felt that BOOM right away when she met Evan. Unli...
  • Maria...
    1970-01-01
    4,5 Possessive Alpha Male stars! "I'll always love you enough for the both of us. Always." I'm 100% sure ARR is one of my favorite authors, writing about the most amazing possessive alpha males in the damn world!She always makes me feel tingles when I'm in hero's mind and makes me crave my own BOOM who isn't here yet but that's not the point!And now that I told you about my love for ARR I have 6 words to share with you....EVAN AND JUNE ARE FINALL...
  • Elizabeth
    1970-01-01
    Until June is featured in my May Top Pick of 2016!https://craziesrusbookblog.wordpress....~4.5 Smokin Hot Stars~ "Nothing sweeter than her, fucking nothing. Until June was like a delectable dessert and I enjoyed savoring every single solitary bite! As the second book in the Until Her Series, Aurora Rose Reynolds proves again that "the boom" is not only real, but it NEVER GETS OLD! This series is, in fact, a spin-off of the unforgettable Until S...
  • Sabrina
    1970-01-01
    Aurora Rose Reynolds is one of those authors for me that I will forever love. After reading Until November I was hooked and I don't think I will not be. I love how she can take a sweet romance story and turn it into something intriguing and unforgettable. Until June was nothing less than the best of ARR, and just another reason that I love her writing. Until Juneis about November and Asher's daughter and the ex-husband no one knows about. Getting...
  • Coco.V
    1970-01-01
    Totally drool-worthy!HELP ! Can a person who suffers from the MAYSON's syndrome ever overcome it? The depth of commitment and love the Mayson family members have for one another is immeasurable.Until June is the second book of the Until Her series, which follow the lives of June Mayson (one of Asher and November’s daughters from the Until Series) and Evan Barrister. I loved this book ! Aurora Rose Reynolds is definitely an auto buy author for m...
  • Pavlina Read more sleep less blog❤❤
    1970-01-01
    4,5 STARS" When I was with him, I knew it was where I belonged. Right down to my bones, I knew that, I was meant to be his and he was meant to be mine. "Until June is an amazing story with two lovable characters and sweet, hot moments! It's a second chance romance and seriously I no one deserves a second chance more than these two. I love Aurora Rose Reynolds because her stories are so refreshing and enlightning! This book was a little bit more s...
  • Beverly
    1970-01-01
    I love Aurora Rose Reynolds, especially this series, I love the “boom.” So imagine my surprise when I start reading and learn that heroine and hero used to be married. A second chance romance, WHAT?? I was not expecting that at all. I am not a huge fan of second chance romances and I was worried. When June is brought in for questioning due to her ex-boyfriend’s illegal activity and her innocences is established, they realize she could be in...
  • Olga therebelreader
    1970-01-01
    This contemporary romance is filled with fun moments and sensual times. It's not cheesy, full of insta-love, or hard to get into. I absolutely adored the main couple. Their relationship was sweet, realistic, in no way overdone and totally believable.It's kinda a different kind of love story. Evan and June were secretly married before Evan left for boot camp. While he’s overseas, June is served with divorce papers. Evan experiences the cruelty a...
  • Chantal ❤️
    1970-01-01
    Alright, this book was all that it promised to be and for once I am happy that she tried to move on. Too bad it was with a dickhead. I think she had the right for the way he divorced her. She deserved to know why and he should have maned-up and do it himself. I am not going to lie, I thought I would have hated that she was moving on with another guy but she was very picky and only had one other guy after the hero. I had to read this book!!! This ...
  • Catarina
    1970-01-01
    4,5 Second Chance Stars. June and Evan fell in love with each other and got married in secret. Their plan was to stay together forever and raise a family, but all that changes with Evan’s deployment with the army. The only thing June gets is the divorce papers to sign with no apparent reason to why Evan decided to do it. Broken hearted she tries to move one with her life, she finishes college and she moves back to her hometown next to her fami...
  • Gi's Spot Reviews
    1970-01-01
    4.5 'I love you enough for the both of us' Stars June and Evan have a past together, one that barely no one in her family is aware about. From the very first moment they met, they knew they had found their other half. They lived a secret whirlwind romance, got married and made plans for their future. What they were not counting on was the aftermath of Evan being in the heart of a war. Coupled with his already existing demons, it made Evan push Ju...
  • Erika
    1970-01-01
    3 stars This Kristen Ashley (KA) style just doesn't really work for me but I did really like some things:--the celibacy of the hero during the separation--the lack of OW drama--the lack of lots of details about hero's past sex life. We only got one thing, and it was positive. (view spoiler)[ he says he never really got into oral or liking OW taste, but loves heroine's. :D (hide spoiler)]--some good hot sex scenes--lots of couple togetherness If a...
  • Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)
    1970-01-01
    This book was very reminiscent of the KA of old. In fact the prologue was VERY similar to that of Wild Man. Since I LOVE the KA of old, this book was right up my alley...Low angst, and the hero (view spoiler)[remained celibate whilst the heroine moved on (hide spoiler)] which is pretty much a unicorn in Romanclandia these days. I do think that there could have been a lot more groveling done on his part. I mean he (view spoiler)[ sent his mom to h...
  • ♡Tonya♡
    1970-01-01
    **Audio reread** 3/18/18My heart broke upon rereading this...Another ARR book that I really liked!Evan was super hot! He was bold, strong and took zero shit from anyone. He was fighting his pull towards June because he thought that was what was best for her. He was trying to keep from hurting her, but instead crushed her when he cowardly divorced her. Now that they are back in the same town and their paths keep crossing, he knows that he will nev...
  • Janie
    1970-01-01
    Reread 9/10/18 I loved this one just as much as the first time. Not surprising though considering the author. 5++ stars. I loved this book. Loved both MCs. While I don't like that Evan left her before, I believe he truly thought he was doing the right thing. You could feel his love for June coming off the pages. I also love that June forgave him and didn't make him grovel until the end of time. I like that she understood how damaged he was and wa...
  • Deborah
    1970-01-01
    2.5* MehWhile I'd loved 'Until November' none of the following books have come close and so I'd decided after 'July' I was done but then the reviews started coming through for 'Ashlyn' and I was curious.Before I continue I have to say that the best part of any relationship for me is the initial meet and the following attraction and I felt I'd missed that in 'Ashlyn' and so for that reason and that reason only I decided to read 'June' assuming, wr...
  • Reader4Life (I Used to Love Her )
    1970-01-01
    I am having a hard time getting into the next generation of the Until series. I did enjoy the short scene where all the sisters and cousins went to dinner. Unfortunately, that scene was ruined by the Grunters and Growlers who came to punish the women for being out of the house too long where other men could be tempted and gaze upon their flesh. (It's time to round up all the female dogs and put them back in the kennel for the night.) I did not li...
  • EliseSReads
    1970-01-01
    3.50-3.75 STARS Didn't love it as much as I thought I would. *sigh* I didn't love the last ARR book and neither did I with this. Hoping the later upcoming books will do better with me. Pre book publish review : Aurora never lets me down so I am anxiously waiting for Until June and Until Sage!2016 will be an awesome year!
  • Bev
    1970-01-01
    An okay, quick guilty pleasure read with not much happening apart from the sexy times. I do love a good second chance romance without any ex drama and I got that here as well as two really likeable characters with no TSTL either. Only niggle for me was I kept on having déjà vu moments harking back to KA's books. The author has a fair few books under her belt and I think by now she should have developed her own style rather than borrowing Kriste...
  • Tijuana *Book Twins Reviews*
    1970-01-01
    And....Everything is right with the world again! Yayy!!I didn't particularly love the first book in this series, but this one was FANTASTIC! This second chance romance really hit the spot for me. I was immediately drawn into the story and couldn't help but root for the characters to find their HEA. I'm not going to write a full review since I'm super late to the party, but the main characters were great. The secondary characters (JJ) were very en...
  • The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)
    1970-01-01
    good but ultimately anticlimactic. I felt like a bunch of little things happened, but there was no major conflict or climax and then it just sort of ended. But, I love ARR and she writes super HOT alpha men so there was lots of sex :) full review on The Book Disciple
  • Kate
    1970-01-01
    Finally finished!God... i just couldnt get into story and i was just pissed because everyone loves it lol! There was so much buzz about releasing this that i had much higher expectation.Yes, i enjoy the first half of the book, the time when they are trying to get together again but than i was like blahblah... is it over yet? Thats my big problem with ARR books.. im always enjoying the beginnig but than im bored and still looking how much pages ar...
  • Sheila'S Book Corner
    1970-01-01
    When I found out that June was getting the book this is how I felt!I mean I have been a follower since Until November. I would beg, steal and sell one kidney to get her books. I'M OBSESSED!We first got a glimpse of June and her story in Until July. Little hints dropped here and there. Those little hints made you immediately go crazy with need to get this book. It's what Aurora does. She keep you begging and wanting more. SO MUCH MORE. June Mayson...
  • Raine
    1970-01-01
    5/24/16:I really like this book and had been eagerly anticipating the release of this book. But like another book I recently read I felt a little like I hyped myself up to read this because I love the author, but it fell just slightly short of that awesome 5 star read. Don't get me wrong I really love the story of the book, but I felt it was missing something of what Until November and Until Nico had. Maybe it was the humor and how it was deliver...
  • AJ
    1970-01-01
    “I’ll always love you enough for the both of us. Always.”4 sexy and swoony second chance starsOh, how I love a second chance romance! Throw in a possessive alpha male, swoony declarations, a whole lot of sexy time, and that special ‘something’ that makes Aurora Rose Reynolds’ books so damn enjoyable, and this is a really great read! June Mayson is the daughter of Asher and November from Until November. When her story was hinted at in ...
  • Wendy
    1970-01-01
    These books are a serious addiction of mine. I've read every single book in the until series and I plan to read many many more (hopefully). Eventhough this one wasn't my favorite, I still enjoyed reading it very much.This time it's June's turn. June is November and Asher's daughter (Until November). November is one of my favorite heroines is this series, so I have high hopes for all her daughters... June was an oke heroine...a bit too sweet and f...
  • Michelle
    1970-01-01
    So enjoyed this I m a huge fan of this series the men r super hot and the girls r so sassy an give these men a hard time which I just luv there so funny sometimes I really enjoyed the story I didn't think it would go the way it did which was good I just luvd the story it sucked me in straight away I really enjoy this author's work an it seem to just get better with every book June is the daughter of Asher and November an she as been goin throug...
  • Hana ♡
    1970-01-01
    4 Stars!Knowing the premise of the book, I was a bit worried in the beginning that the book was going to be a mixture of their history before the separation and their life after the divorce. I'm glad the author stuck with just telling the present.Evan was okay, I'm not usually a fan of hero's who have the 'you're too good for me' thing going on, but he did redeem himself. But these scenario's always feel like a pity party for the H.I don't blame ...