Pale blue eyes as cold as ice that see right through you.
He lives in a castle fit for a fairy tale, but he’s no prince.
He’s a killer.
By an act of fate, our worlds collide.
They call him a monster, but he is my salvation.
I am sure I will be in the minority with Savage because while I enjoyed it I didn’t love it. Let me be clear dark romances are some of my favorite to read, the darker the better but I have to be sucked in fairly quickly for me to love them and I wasn’t with Savage. It took me a while to convince myself to continue reading because it dragged on at times. I know we needed Lizzie and Brochan’s past to understand why they are the way they are now but for me the dialog at times just dragged on and didn’t flow.
Both Lizzie and Brochan suffered abuse as children, and unfortunately for Lizzie her mother is hated in the town and they all are judging her because of her mom. After a while though that got old to read about. Lizzie needed to be stronger than she was. I think I had more of a connection to Brochan throughout the story than Lizzie. There were some times of hot scenes but sadly for me it wasn’t enough to keep me invested in the story, and I wanted to be I so wanted to be because it had the elements that I normally love but for me, the execution didn’t work like I had hoped.
L.A. Fiore is the author of several books including Beautifully Damaged, Collecting the Pieces and His Light in the Dark. Her favorite movie is Star Wars, a love her son shares. They hope to build their own Millennium Falcon one day. She would like to meet the Winchester Boys to thank them for enlightening her on the versatility of salt as not just a food enhancer, but as protection from supernatural threats. And she thinks it would be interesting to be a zombie, to get an idea of what life is like as a brain-addicted fiend so she can be their voice to tell their side of the story. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and kids, their two spoiled cats and their awesome dog.