Review: Uninhibitied by Andi Burns (Bainbridge University #3)


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Grey's Promotions.

I've been eagerly waiting for Whit's story, and Andi Burns did not disappoint. Uninhibited is the third book in the Bainbridge University series, and we've got ourselves an opposites-attract, forbidden romance. Caleb Whitman may be the happy-go-lucky guy in his close-knit circle of friends, but there's more to him than meets the eye. His heart has belonged to Lucy Alvarez since they were kids who met at summer camp, but he never really believed he was worthy of her. They're opposites in nearly every way, and then you add in the not-so-little matter of his mom and her dad are now married, thus making Whit and Lucy step-siblings. Time to whip out that hashtag and slap "complicated" right next to it, up close and personal-like. Something's been simmering between Whit and Lucy for years; one road trip could likely change everything.

One of my favorite things about this series is that the core group of recurring characters--Tyrus Marshall, Knox Gallagher, Caleb Whitman, and Booker Zabek, aka Ty, Knox, Whit, and Book--are so darn irresistible and endearing. I adore the dynamic among the foursome, and it's clear how much these guys love each other and are loyal to one another. While these Ty, Knox, and Booker are still very much present in this book, it did feel as if there were fewer interactions going on, making me miss that dynamic I mentioned. Now, that isn't to say that I didn't enjoy Whit and Lucy's romance, because I did! These two had their banter down pat, and I liked seeing them Lucy put her guard down and realize that Whit was someone who loved her unequivocally and vice-versa. All in all, Uninhibited was a 4.5-starred book, and I'm so excited to read Booker's story next!

Release Date: 23 February 2022

Date Read: 23 February 2022

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