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The Felix Factor by Davina Stone (Book review)

Updated: Aug 12, 2023

Hey guys! Welcome to todays review, today I am reviewing 'The Felix Factor' by Davina Stone, it is part of the Laws of Love series. I have read three of this series so far as they are all standalone although make small references to characters from the series. I look forward to reading the rest of them!

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Front cover of the Felix Factor by Davina Stone


Wanted— Gentle giant. Must have beard, kind heart and warm hands.

When social influencer Paige Winterton survives a nasty kidnapping, she thinks she’s fully recovered. Until the trauma catches up with her several months later. Hiding from the world in a big house in Hampstead, her life is spectacularly falling apart.

Enter Felix Pember. Felix knows all about emotional pain, he’s had his own to deal with. On the pretext of tidying up the unruly garden, he starts to coax Paige out of her self-imposed prison.

Paige has never been into silent types who tend roses and read poetry. And Felix has never been into beautiful butterflies who live their lives through social media.

But sometimes love has surprising ways of proving you wrong…

𝑀𝓎 𝓉𝒽𝑜𝓊𝑔𝒽𝓉𝓈

This was such a lovely book, it had plenty of character, there was a lot of depth into mental health and issues around that topic. All of which were done in a sensitive manner.

I loved the journey that Felix went on throughout the story, he really came into his own after briefly meeting him in Evie’s story previously. He was such a gentle giant with a tough side when needed and I feel like we should all have someone like Felix watching out for us.

Paige was struggling and her fear was very palpable, her phobias had deep roots and it was really great to watch her pull herself from the depths and begin to emerge a stronger and happier woman. Both characters were believable and I loved watching them change and grow throughout.

I highly recommend this book and if you haven't read any of Davina's other books you should totally read more from this series!

I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

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I hope you join us reading the laws of love!!

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