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Be My Hero (Forbidden Men) (Volume 3) Paperback – August 25, 2014
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Linda grew up on a dairy farm in the Midwest as the youngest of eight children. Now she lives in Kansas with her husband, daughter, and their nine cuckoo clocks. Her life's been blessed with lots of people to learn from and love. Writing's always been a major part her world, and she's so happy to finally share some of her stories with other romance lovers. Please visit her at her website http://www.lindakage.com/
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This is new adult, with the heroine being 19 and the hero 24, and sometimes it had a young feel, but other times the couple seemed older than their years, probably because they've both had a lot of pain in their childhoods. At first, the heroine Eva was selfish and spoiled, but she was also really hurt. Don't want to spoil it for you, why she was the way she was, you'll find out in her prologue, and that might be a trigger for some. And the H, Pick, is damaged too, but is so good and compassionate and works so hard, two jobs, and is so fine and caring. His mother abandoned him, didn't even bother to name him, and he spent his childhood from foster home to foster home.
He's pierced and tatted up, with whole sleeves, and the story behind his tats is so sweet and a little heartbreaking. I just loved him. He's loved Eva forever and was always looking for her. There was no sex, not until about 75% in!, and I normally like it before then, but the real intimacy between this h/H is so nice; like staring at each other, him trying to take care of her, protect her, and her wanting to pamper him and look out for him, and then they are in bed and they just look and touch each other. He'll rest his brow against hers, and it's just that eye contact. The make you sigh stuff. It felt so intimate to me. Sometimes those kind of scenes can be more enjoyable than hot, sexy times. It felt really good.
I was talking to a friend about this book and told her this hero reminded me of Logan Reed, so if you loved that hero, I think you'll love Pick, too. The ending seemed a little rushed, lots of action, and I kept wondering why people just didn't get smarter, but it was fun and fast to read, and the overall romance can't be questioned. That sweet, charming and caring hero makes this story. Romantic hero, romantic love.
Even if this is not the type of plot you might normally enjoy, give this author a go. I found it to be an enjoyable and captivating read.
Pick was 14-years-old when he got a glimpse of his future, which included Tinker Bell, his true love . Since then he is always trying to be the good guy even if that means marrying somebody he doesn't love just to help out. Eva was a rich girl, who acted like she is better than anybody else, until she got pregnant and kicked out of house because she chose to keep her baby. Now she is pregnant, unemployed and homeless. When Eva's ex returns with intentions to get rid of the baby, Pick steps in and becomes the hero Eva needed.
Ohhh Pick. He was so sweet, and honest, and protective, and caring, and loving, and.... he was just perfect. Fantastic father, friend and lover. Life gave him a s*** hand, but he didn't allow it to change him, instead he learned from it and looked out for everybody else. Doesn't that sound perfect? I guarantee YOU want to meet him!!!
At first I had problems with Eva, I really didn't like her because she acted like a pretentious bitch. Plus, she offended Mason, which still deserves her a bitch slap in my book. Anyway, I wasn't too stoked to see that nothing has changed with her. Thankfully she got better quickly and 'bitch-Eva' was present in only 7% (?) of the book. I didn't fall in love with her and I am not sure I even liked her, but I think she was a great mother and I liked how easily she adopted at Pick's place. Overall, I think she was a pretty strong and fun heroine, although she did make some bad decisions along the way.
I had a few major problems with their decisions and often I felt like banging my head against the wall because everything felt just a bit too melodramatic. In spite of that I still enjoyed the story. Plus, I liked the characters and I will be anxiously waiting for Quinn's and Ten's book. Reading about this little group is very fun!
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