Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Don't Deny Me Review...

They had it all—until he broke her heart.
Now he's back, and the heat between them cannot be denied…
Don't Deny Me, now available for the first time as a complete novel, from bestselling author Megan Hart.

Alice and Mick had it all: the happy days, the heartfelt evenings, the hot, slow nights. Mick knew she was too much, too good, more than he deserved…and when Mick couldn't give her what she needed, in a moment of crisis, they lost everything. Torn apart, Alice tries to pry him out of her life and move on—until a not-so-chance meeting at an old friend's party brings them face-to-face once more. Now they're talking again, Alice can't escape the burning in her chest whenever he's near, the way his eyes still follow her around the room…but she won't repeat the mistakes of her past. Because people, and relationships, can't really ever change.

But if Alice does decide to let him back into her heart—and into her bed—will Mick be ready to show her the man that he's become…and take a chance on love? And can Alice ever trust him again?


After ten years apart Alice and Mick are thrown back together.  Neither truly got over the other.  This series follows how their relationship started and ended the first time and how things progressed when they are reconnected.  Can they make it work this time or will the same thing happen again?

I didn't connect with this story at all.  I thought the characters were thought out and well written.  The plot was a good one but it needed work.  I didn't feel that the story flowed between the three books though.  You start in the present, jump to the past and then are back in the present.  It's just all very confusing.  Maybe if it were a full length novel instead of a three part serial novel the flow and order of events could have been worked on a little bit more.  The pace seemed a little slow for me as well.

Don't get me wrong I enjoyed the general idea behind the books it just didn't work for me.  I would definitely read something else by this author.  She has a unique writing style.  This series just wasn't for me.

3.5 stars

No comments:

Post a Comment