Series Spotlight Sunday: The Like Us Series by Krista and Becca Ritchie

According to Krista and Becca Richie’s website the Like Us series is, “A true series, one continuous timeline, that follows a family of wealthy celebrities and the people that protect them.” 

The Like Us series starts with Damaged Like Us, an m/m romance, that follows Farrow (the bodyguard) and Maximoff (the celebrity). The following two books, Lovers Like Us and Alphas Like Us, follow their relationship as it progresses. The fourth book, Tangled Like Us, follows Jane (Maximoff’s cousin) as her and her bodyguard, Thatcher, try to navigate through a fake relationship without actually catching any feelings for one another. The series is currently slated to have 8 books and the next book, currently with no name, is also going to be about Jane and Thatcher.

I had been seeing the cover of Damaged Like Us for a while now but for some reason never looked into it until recently. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love this series. Somehow each book gets better and better and I end up loving the characters more and more.

I find myself occasionally just going back and rereading my favorite parts and swooning all over again. And as much as I love Farrow and Maximoff (and I seriously love them) I also really enjoyed reading about Thatcher and Jane. It’s nice to see what is actually going on in Thatcher’s head after dealing with his hardass tendencies in the prior three books. We still see plenty of Farrow and Maximoff in their book so there’s that.

Seriously you guys I hardcore love this series. The characters are so well developed and dynamic that you really feel as if you know them. I want to follow them on social media and watch their show and hang out with them and just be their friend. When a character feels so tangible it’s hard to believe that they’re fictional.

Is there a book or series in which the characters make you feel the same way? Please let me know because I need something to read while I eagerly await the next installment in this series.

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