Friday, September 25, 2015

Book Review: Falling For Her by Sandra Owens





Book Description

Known to the K2 Special Services team as “Saint,” Jamie Turner lives by his own strict rules to compensate for his past sins and the two-ton boulder taking residence in his heart. He doesn’t drink or smoke. He never swears. And he only dates nice, safe women until he meets Sugar Darling, the fill-in receptionist at K2. She’s as sweet as her name, but this wild woman is definitely trouble, with something to hide. He knows he should avoid her…but can he?
Sugar isn’t hiding something—she’s hiding everything. And K2 seems like the perfect place to lie low, thanks to the big, protective guys who work there. The drop-dead-handsome Saint makes her heart race, yet he keeps his distance. When Sugar’s traumatic past rises up to haunt her again, she desperately turns to Saint for help, and he has to decide what’s more important: playing it safe or risking everything for love.

AVAILABLE: September 29, 2015

**I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.**

K2 Special Services Series
Crazy For Her (Book 1)
Someone Like Her (Book 2)
Falling For Her (Book 3) **AVAILABLE: September 29, 2015**

Jamie "Saint" Turner is hiding... from himself.  He doesn't drink, smoke, and NEVER, ever swears.  And he only dates bland, boring, safe woman that do not tempt him to feel like the man he buried 10 years ago.  NO ONE has tempted him more than Sugar Darling... and he needs to avoid her at all costs.  But the sweet, flirty, violet-eyed blonde gets under his skin, and Saint needs to decide if he is ready to let go of his self proclaimed rules or lose Sugar... possibly forever.  

Sugar Darling is hiding too... from everything.  Hiding from a man that believes he owns her and from the scared girl she was with him.  Running away and changing her name, Sugar becomes the ditzy, flirty girl so no one can recognize the girl she had once been forced to be.  But with Jamie, a man she believes can't stand her, she feels safe (something she hasn't felt since she was 10 years old).  

When Sugar's past finally catches up with her, she is again forced to make a choice: run or fight for a life free of looking over her shoulder.  

Rating: 3.5 out of 5