Monday, May 5, 2014

Review: Love's Paradox by Laura Kreitzer



Description: 
Stalked by her abusive ex-fiancé, Rae Zachery retaliates by singing karaoke and spilling all their dirty secrets to the entire bar. When her ex attempts to silence her brazen performance, sexy, leather-clad Parker comes to her rescue and soundly punches her ex in the face. As valiant as that may be, Rae finds Parker’s violent assistance unsettling, yet she can’t help but be drawn to him and his tragic past.

Fighting her attraction for Parker is a battle Rae can’t win, and soon their night of sharing secrets morphs into an undeniable bond. But fate won’t so easily relinquish her grip on their happily-ever-after. Instead of blissfully skipping into obscurity, Rae and Parker are subjected to her ex-fiancé’s vicious proclivities. Who knew love could hurt so good?


My Thoughts:

Rae is trying to heal from an abusive relationship while her ex still stalks her. Parker is not what he first appears to be. They attempt to make things work while working through their past issues. Parker is very sweet and I enjoyed Rae's snark. An emotional romance that deals with some fairly deep issues. I enjoyed this.  

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !!!!
*Notes: Language, deals with abusive relationships and stalking.

My Source: Netgalley

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