I actually liked this one. She is a little formulaic at times in her books but this one had a different twist to it. Been looking forward to it since Nathan was rescued -- and it didn't disappoint me. Liked that the heroine was strong, had a brain, and didn't back down. He went through some pretty horrific things and I think the author didn't settle for making it easy in this one. He was still damaged but deep down had a heart. As an FYI - If your not familiar with this author be aware the sex scenes can be considered by some as adventurous - a little rough with an anal sex scene at the end (showing commitment, etc that this author tends to feature in many of her titles).
My first Lora Leigh book. Well, after the first six-page-long description of Nathan and Sabella having sex, the constant descriptions of their having sex was just overbearing; just too much. It had a pretty good storyline, but it was so overpowered by the repeated and long, vivid descriptions of their making love. I guess that must be what Lora Leigh is known for: sex, sex and more sex. After their lovemaking has been described two or three times, it's just ho-hum, boring. Just too much sex and not enough story.
I loved this book. I've read all the ones before this one...and so far I think this has the best story line. Not for the faint of heart...the sex does get a little rough at times. Good, HOT, STEAMY read!
This book will drive you crazy but in a good way. I literally put it down in frustration only to find myself picking it back up a few minutes later. I had a hard time with the character not telling his wife who he was and how devastated she was from his loss. I was happy with the outcome of the book and ended up loving it. It actually made me tear up in some parts. Love Lora Leigh and have to say I would recommend this book even though it is an emotional rollercoster from page 1.
Found the story predictable and the lead female way too whiny