Review: Until Harmony by Aurora Rose Reynolds


Harmony Mayson isn’t the kind of girl to take unnecessary risk, but after meeting Harlen MacCabe, she starts to wonder if maybe she should be.

The more time she spends with the wild and free biker, the more she starts to crave the freedom he gives her… And even more, she starts to crave him.

Harlen lives his life on his own terms. After losing both his parents at an early age to a robbery gone bad, he knows how precious life is, and he’s determined to get as much out of it as he can. When he runs into the beautiful Harmony and finds out she’s moving to town, he knows it’s time to take his shot. She thinks he only wants to be friends, but she couldn’t be more wrong.

What Harmony and Harlen don’t know is that their time might be cut short. Revenge is in the air, and someone won’t stop until a debt is settled.



I’ve been looking forward to this book for years now! Harmony is Nico’s daughter, and Nico might just be the strictest out of the four Mayson brothers. He’s the scariest too. I just knew that he was going to have a hard time with his daughter dating a biker that kind of reminds him of himself. He went overboard, but I expected it, and he was repentant.

Harmony is driven and goal oriented. She doesn’t like to deviate from her normal life, and her goals. She rarely takes risks. Harlen might have been her biggest risk. He proved to her that she made the greatest decision of her life. He loved and protected her fiercely. He was incredibly loyal and honest. He lost his parents early on in life in the most tragic way, so he loves with all his heart.

This was such a sweet novel, and I truly wish Harlen was mine.


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