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Until Talon by Aurora Rose Reynolds Review

Title: Until Talon

Author: Aurora Rose Reynolds

First published July 28, 2020

243 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.19


When Talon Mayson returns to his hometown in Tennessee, he never expected to meet Mia Allenton. Mia is a strong and independent woman who has just moved to Tennessee to help her sister after a devastating discovery.

But when a tornado hits, Talon and Mia’s paths cross, and they both feel an instant connection. Talon is determined to show Mia that not all men are the same and that he is different.

As they become closer, Talon’s past comes back to haunt him, putting their relationship to the test. With someone from Talon’s past trying to tear them apart, will their love be enough to withstand the chaos?

Until Talon is a heartwarming story of love and trust that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

About the Author

Aurora Rose Reynolds, a bestselling author, has penned a number of popular series including Until, Until Him, Until Her, Underground Kings, and Shooting Stars. Her writing journey began as a way to give voice to the alpha men who occupied her thoughts, and has now become a wonderful platform to share her stories with a global audience.

Editoral Review

Until Talon by Aurora Rose Reynolds is a contemporary romance novel that was first published in July 2020. Reynolds is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author who has written over 35 novels in various genres, including romance, romantic suspense, and contemporary.

Reynolds has garnered a large following on social media platforms, such as Instagram and Facebook, and is widely known for her alpha-male heroes and strong heroines. Until Talon is a part of the Until Him/Her series, which focuses on the romantic relationships of various members of the Mayson family.

The book follows Talon Mayson, a strong and protective CEO who falls in love with Asia Jenson, a feisty and independent woman. The two characters have a history that ties them together, and as they navigate through their feelings, they are forced to confront their past and present struggles in order to be together.

The setting of the novel takes place in the present day, and although there are no historical or cultural significances to the book, Reynolds does touch on current events and issues. The themes of Until Talon include family, betrayal, love, and second chances, all of which are explored through the perspectives of the main characters, Talon and Asia.

Reynolds also does an exceptional job of addressing mental health issues, such as PTSD, and incorporates it into the story in a thoughtful and meaningful way. One of the strengths of Until Talon is Reynolds’ excellent storytelling ability, which includes gripping dialogue and well-developed characters.

The pacing of the story is steady and keeps the reader engaged, and the plot structure is well-crafted, allowing for minimal predictability while still maintaining the element of surprise. The romance between Talon and Asia is sweet and steamy, and Reynolds’ portrayal of the supporting characters is well-rounded, giving the reader subtle hints of what might be coming next in the series.

However, there are few limitations to the book, including a lack of originality in terms of tropes and plot, as well as some inconsistencies in character development. While Reynolds does incorporate some unique elements into the story, Until Talon still follows a familiar formula within the romance genre.

Overall, Until Talon is a solid addition to the Until Him/Her series and is sure to delight romance readers looking for a steamy and engaging read. The realistic portrayal of mental health issues and the well-developed characters are standout features of the book, and Reynolds’ storytelling ability is nothing short of masterful.

I highly recommend this book for romance enthusiasts, and I give it a rating of 4 out of 5 stars.