Saturday, 7 May 2016

Review: Never Let Go by Allison B Hanson

Riley Fisher doesn't have time to chase after men. As a single mother working two jobs, she barely has time to eat or sleep. But a girl has needs. So when handsome veteran Sam Brooks asks her out, she decides she deserves some R&R. She doesn't expect anything else from him—after all, he's hardly the type to get serious.

Sam came back from Afghanistan lucky to be alive, despite PTSD that hits whenever he lets down his guard. His therapist told him to forget about relationships. When he meets Riley, he's not planning on breaking the rules. She's cute, petite, and a total smartass—not even his type. But she's hard to forget. Especially once he runs into Riley and her toddler on a rustic mountain getaway and sees what he's missing. Her kid makes him laugh all day. And Riley makes him burn all night.

Too bad a relationship is impossible. But they can enjoy the attraction. It's not like they're going to fall in love

Paperback, 204 pages
Expected publication: May 24th 2016 by Kensington Publishing Corporation

Terri's Thoughts

I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  The expected publication date is May 24th, 2016.

To summarize this story in a quick blurb it is essentially about two people who think they know what they do and don't want who come together and blow all their assumptions to pieces.  This really was a feel good type of story.

The highlight really was Riley's little boy, he stole the show.  At times he read a little older than he actually was but he was absolutely adorable.  The way he adored Sam was priceless and when he repeated him it truly was hilarious.  I need to take a piss, that's all I will say about that.

Speaking of Sam, he seemed too good to be true.  The way he looked after Riley and her family even though he did not want to get too involved was heart warming.  I am not sure my husband takes that good care of me!

For those looking for sexy time it is here as well.  It is a bit milder than some others in this genre that I have read which is fine.  There is only so many ways to describe it after all!

This was an entertaining and quick read for me.  Exactly what I was asking for.

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