- File Size: 2579 KB
- Print Length: 95 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 1, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079JW6K1B
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,921 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Keeping Her Warm (Kindle Single) Kindle Edition
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The connection and chemistry between these two is off the charts. I love how protective and loving Cole is with Catherine. The way that he gives her everything that she has always wanted. The supporting characters are just as entertaining. Love everything about this story. As always AR delivered.
From the moment we meet Cole, he's the warmth that we all seek. All he wants is to make Catherine his and to make sure that she is protected, loved and safe. Who wouldn't want that? He makes you swoon with his sweetness and smile at his growly protectiveness. He's probably one of my top AR alphas.
I love how neither one of them think twice about the age gap at the end of the day. All they care about is being with each other and it doesn't matter what anyone thinks.
If you are looking for a steamy hot quick read with a protective alpha and the virgin who deserves his love and protection, then Keeping Her Warm is the book for you!
Loved this short story. It was just what I needed right now. These characters refused to let go of me yesterday. I had started it on my break, kept thinking about them until lunch, and rushed home to finish it before doing 'Saturday stuff'.
There were a couple of small things that I couldn't get passed, don't know if these would really count as spoilers but be warned they might be. First, I don't think Catherine's home would be foreclosed on after only a month of not being able to pay the mortgage, having seen people go through that, it usually takes a lot more missed payments and many years. And the second issue, is that there shouldn't be an issue with Catherine showering at the school. I knew of a couple of people in high school who had to shower at the school and they didn't have a gym class or after school activity. It's worrying in the sense that there may be something going on in the students life where they can't shower at home and that needs to be looked into but not to be punished.
Other than those two things, this book would not let me go and I loved it so much.
The Sheriff and the young beautiful homeless girl. Catherine is down on her luck and doing her best after her father skipped town. During the first few chapters things go from bad to worse to freezing and horrible. Never fear our sexy strong scarred alpha male of a sheriff comes to her rescue. We get to "watch" these two fall into instalove with each other and it is a beautiful thing.
If you haven't read anything from Alexa Riley before and you love instalove/OTT alphas, look no further than this book.
This would also make a my great lunch hour read.
Keeping her Warm is a short, sweet, and comforting read...well at least for me it was.
I absolutely loved reading this book. I loved how Cole was protective of his woman just from the first touch. Even if he doesn't know that she's to he his woman.
Catherine is a sweet woman. She does what she needs to do to take care of herself. After her father abandoned her she still finds ways to take care of herself.
I'm hoping AR keeps up on the roll! I'm glad they aren't in their "funk" anymore.
I liked how Catherine was such a problem solver. She was dealt such an awful hand but yet she didn't complain, she just did what she needed to do in order to stay alive.
My only issue was the fact that she was still in high school. I know that she was 18 but it did feel a little weird to me. I guess its all personal preference.