Review: Saints Row

Saint's Row


Title: Saints Row

Author: Elizabeth Blair

My Rating: 5 Stars





Goodreads Synopsis

Rich, powerful, and deadly, the Saints serve as guardians for New Orleans, keeping the precarious balance between light and dark. Returning to the city after a self-imposed exile, Cael Saint throws himself into his work to try and drown out the tormented visions in his past. Light magic, dark magic, desperate humans with broken souls: he believed he’d seen it all. Then he met her.

Fiery and untamed, Becca Riley seemed the perfect one night stand to match Cael’s relentless nature. Striding into the local bar, she was confident, passionate, and sexy as hell. But what he took for drunken lust soon spirals into emotional chaos when he realizes she has secrets of her own…secrets that could destroy everything he has sworn to protect.

In a city where magic and humanity intertwine, neither saint nor sinner is safe.

My Review

I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Like I have said before I am not the best at putting into words how I feel about what I have read so I hope this makes since and I hope it is helpful.

There is a lot of cussing in this book and a few steamy scenes which doesn’t bother me at all I love a good steamy book but if that’s not your cup of tea be warned. With that being said I don’t feel like this is just another erotic romance book. There is so much more to the story than the romance aspect. I thought this book was fantastic and it was fast paced. It had me hooked from the beginning and I ended up reading it in less than 24 hours. This was only 169 pages long but I feel like those 169 pages packed a punch. Honestly everything about this book was perfect in my opinion. The characters and the plot it was all well thought out and executed. My favorite characters are Becca and Cael. From the beginning you are drawn to these characters and you start to care for them. I especially love how Becca is kind of a bad ass female who doesn’t need anyone to take care of her she can take care of herself but at the same time she does need a little taking care of sometimes. I really just loved this story and I can’t wait to carry on with the series.

I need to get better at reviewing books LOL! Have you read this book? Do you want to read it?

Disclaimer: All thoughts and opinion are 100% my own.

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