I'm not even going to bother with an in-depth review. I read the first half and skimmed the second. Most of the book was boring, even when I got to the part where there was supposed to be some sort of conflict. I found the entire character of Luke to be completely unnecessary and his parts seemed like they were only stalling the reader, while we waited for something to happen later. The only reason I didn't give one star is because I wasn't necessarily upset over anything - I just found my mind wandering because I wasn't interested.It's strange that I enjoyed the 5th Street series but haven't connected with the Moreno Brothers, especially considering that both series have similar character backgrounds. Note : At the time of writing this review, the first 5th Street book ([b:Noah|13351120|Noah (5th Street, #1)|Elizabeth Reyes|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1349999400s/13351120.jpg|18573480]) was free for Kindle US .Because I'm interested to see how Sophie's book will be handled (one little sister having to deal with 3 overprotective brothers? This could get messy and/or interesting), I'll probably continue with the series. Normally, I'd throw in the towel after stumbling through two weak books, but since I know that Reyes' books can be good, I'll just consider the first couple of the Moreno Brothers a time of trial and error.