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Dominic has overcome a miserable childhood where he struggled to protect himself and his younger siblings from the dangers of living on the streets. Now he dedicates his life to doing everything in his power to prevent others from going through what he did.
Luna was ripped from her stable life and is now on the run from her greedy stepfather. When looking for food in a community center’s trash, Dominic catches her red-handed.
She wants to run away.
He wants to protect her.
What Dominic doesn’t expect is for the girl to worm her way into his heart.
To resist the overwhelming temptation of this innocent girl will be the biggest challenge of his life.
Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩.5 hat review:
I’m just kind of in the middle here in regards to this book. The writing is great, I just couldn’t really connect with the characters. As soon as I’d find myself being pulled into the story they’d do something that just pulled me back out. From overreaction to under reaction and some side character moments that just made me ragey. As much as I really wanted to love Dominic and Luna’s story it just wasn’t my cup of tea.
Don’t get me wrong, I can clearly see this book is good and I know it’s going to be the perfect fit for plenty of other people it just ended up not being that for me. Mostly it had to do with the lack of communication between Dominic and Luna. Their lack of communication at times created what felt more like unnecessary drama than more depth to their story.
Overall though this book is definitely bringing the sweetness and suspense and is worth giving a shot.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Anne Marck is married to the love of her life. She and her husband live in Curitiba, a cold city in the southern region of Brazil. It is full of European charm, museums, and parks scattered throughout the city’s neighborhoods that they love to visit.
Anne is the author of eleven best-selling novels. She’s extremely passionate about books, dessert, dogs, travel and outdoor walks.
You can find out more at http://www.annemarck.net