Saturday, November 7, 2015

Saving Me by Bella Juarez

Title: Saving Me
Series: 1 Night Stand and Red Horse, 3
Author: Bella Juarez
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/F
Page or Word Count: 17,500
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Michael Brannan has had enough of one-night stands that go nowhere and leave him empty. After watching his heroes, Tom and Aaron, married and happy, he longs to learn the secret to their content, full lives. He yearns for a girl he left behind and who’s now out of his reach.
Angel Rivas has attained superstardom as a plus-sized model. But Angel’s success comes with a price—an unknown stalker who seems to have eyes into her most private moments is terrorizing her.
When Michael’s bosses set him up with Madame Eve’s 1Night Stand, he finds his unattainable woman so near, yet so far. Can she forgive him for his treachery all those years ago? Can Michael protect Angel from things that go bump in the night? This last entry into the RED HORSE Trilogy is guaranteed to take your breath away.





Review
Michael wants what his bosses and friends have found. So when they set him up with Madame Eve he gives careful thought to what he wants. Never did he expect his deepest regret from his past to feature so prominently in his future, but in Saving Me by Bella Juarez he gets a second chance. Will he blow it? Angel has become something she never thought she would be…a model. But she is even more than that she is an enterprise. The only problem she has no time to just be. It doesn’t help that she is being stalked. But she takes a moment to enjoy a night out, never expecting to come face to face with her worst childhood memory. She has never forgotten Michael or the way he made her feel both before and after he humiliated her. I love that even with Michael and Angel’s history Ms. Juarez allowed each character closure. This story is well written even though it is a quick read. Ms. Juarez gave us two well rounded characters and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing them work toward a loving future in spite of their past.
                                 Four Twinkling Stars



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