Don’t worry, I got you.
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Book Length (Est.): 173 Pages
State’s Attorney Livvy Marini and Detective Ryan Ward have many reasons to dislike each other. Starting with Livvy’s sister once arresting Ryan. But when Livvy’s boss assigns her to interview Ryan about a case, they have to put aside their animosity and work together to keep Ryan’s former partner in prison.
Anson Bates is desperate to get out of jail. Livvy and Ryan unearth information that will destroy his chances for bail, but the more they uncover, the more risky their job becomes. Working to keep a dangerous criminal off the streets, Livvy and Ryan go from adversaries to friends. Then lovers. But when Livvy’s life is threatened, can Ryan reach her in time to save her?
And once she’s safe, can he save himself?
*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*
Two unlikely people fall for each other in Save Me.
As State’s Attorney, Livvy is only trying to do her job, but when the person she’s assigned to work with is the same man who made her sister’s life a living hell she isn’t exactly excited about the prospect. Now if only her body could get on board with her mind. She seems strong and tries to be independent, but it doesn’t make much to made her rely on someone she didn’t think she could trust.
“Never thought I’d have to beg you to have sex with me.”
Ryan was once arrested by Livvy’s sister and once upon a time he thought she’d crossed the line, but after his partner got arrested he was no longer sure of anything he’d done had been the right thing. He’d apologized to Cilla, but only time would tell if Livvy would forgive him too. And the longer he has to work with Livvy the more he truly wants that forgiveness…and much much more.
You have to read the Donovan Family books in order because this storyline continues from Cover Me, which was by far my favorite in the series. Any of those lingering questions I had, where things didn’t come to a complete close, they’re finished in Save Me. There’s bad guys, hit men, and tailing cars…not a dull moment at all and yet there aren’t really that many memorable moments.
My Favorite Moment: I enjoyed the teasing that went on between Ryan and Livvy. It made their relationship that much more interesting.
“Got news for you, babe.” He pulled up to the curb at the Daley Center. “The only kind of pillow talk we’ll have will be ‘yes. More. That. Right there. Oh, God’.”
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