Review: Black Rainbow by J. J. McAvoy

May 22, 2015 | Book Reviews | 0 comments

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Review: Black Rainbow by J. J. McAvoyBlack Rainbow by J. J. McAvoy
Also by this author: My Midnight Moonlight Valentine
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance
Published by NYLA on May 15, 2015
Pages: 291
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher
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After an erotic one-week fling with a musician she meets in a bar, Thea Cunning never expects to see Levi Black again. Then Monday morning comes around, and she discovers that her former lover is not only her professor, but he’s also one of the top criminal lawyers in the state of Massachusetts.

With everyone in class vying to be one of the twelve disciples—a group of twelve students that Professor Black takes under his wing—tensions run high. Thea considers dropping his class, given their passionate week together and their undeniable chemistry. After all, there are other (less infuriatingly sexy) law professors on campus.

But to accomplish her goal and get her father out of prison, Thea knows she needs to learn under the best of the best—and that’s Levi Black.

But can she learn under the best, without being under the best?


So What Did I Think Of Black Rainbow by J. J. McAvoy?

It took a minute for me to get into the story but that quickly changed and I got really into it. The drama was intense, exciting and overall epic with Levi and Thea dealing with their really complicated forbidden relationship that razed major questions of whether they would give into their feelings or let things go. Plus the issues of Thea’s past that Thea and Levi had to face were hard and intense.

Levi and Thea forbidden romance was blazing with a strong chemistry filled with passion and challenge that I really enjoyed. The characters were awesome, they were both such strong driven complex characters and I loved seeing the sparks and banter between them. They both brought so much to the table and I really enjoyed seeing them both open themselves, be vulnerable and evolve.

There was so much wit and snark in the story and I really enjoyed how the secondary characters, Thea’s family, class mates, Levi’s family, friends and associates were just as interesting and strong added much to the story. Overall I really enjoyed Black Rainbow by J. J. McAvoy.

4.5 Stars


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