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So yes Gia's motives do seem rather suspicious but I think you will discover that she really does care for him. I really feel bad for Gia right now. What will happen between her and Abel? Morgana......grrrr great name haha! Ugh she annoys me but I am more annoyed with Abel right now. Why is he even listening to her? Gia’s mother is a real piece of work. I hope Gia will stand up to her and tell her how she really feels. These two grew up in households where one was abusive the other neglected. I feel for both of them.
I really hope you give this book a chance I will recommend this book to anyone!! LOVED! Now you left me hanging *sighs. But I am looking forward to more of these two!
He. Is. Mine!
What am I possibly going to do while waiting for Gina Whitney's Forgiving Gina? After the ending of Saving Abel everything is left up in the air.
Abel is a sexy, extremely tatted Dom rocker God. His past is a mystery, but if that even mattered when this man walked into a room. The fires he lit and then extinguished within minutes of reading the smokin' hot scenes. They left me looking for the air conditioner to stick my entire body over to cool off. He's just THAT HOT!
Gia has a plan in life or at least her mother, "Medusa" does. But, as Gia learns more about what makes Abel tick plans change. Feelings ignite. Suddenly love blooms and there is trouble in paradise.
Ex-Subs are suddenly showing up. Band members are getting in the way. Mothers and fathers get involved.
Things get messy...and not in a good way.
I loved reading this sexy story and cannot wait for Gina's next book in this series. I'm sure it will be just as hot as this one.
Gia Mastro is a 24 yr. old secretary with a potty mouth and a mind constantly in the gutter of an erotic daydream; caused from an unloved childhood full of pain, ugliness and fear. She lives a life of secrets, concealed behind her mask of laughter and sarcasm. She suffered a childhood full of abuse that leads her to believe that a mans' money will give her what she needs...love, privilege, social standing and acceptance. Even though Gia is living on her own, she's still under the dominance and oppression of her mothers' abuse and evilness.
Abel Gunner (age anyone??) is the main star of a thriving rock band, "Lethal Abel". He's a forceful BDSM dominant in his private life who gets off on brutal, rough sex. Has to have it... He's a sexual deviant and doesn't care about peoples' opinions on the subject. He grew up a s a bratty, rich, spoiled kid in a loveless home. He was never nurtured; never felt the security of a parent. Through all his damage and brokenness, Abel is a beautifully complicated creature. He doesn't "do" relationships - - he doesn't do complications. But then he never planned for someone like Gia Mastro to begin to break down his walls...
This is a day by day journey into the courtship/relationship and healing changes of Abel and Gia. The frustrating downside (for me) was the misuse of words. Like fantasying (I think the author meant fantasizing)...or balled (she definitely meant "ballad" here as she was talking about music). How about "break" when it's supposed to be "brake" to relate to slowing down or stopping. Or dominate...when she clearly was calling Abel a "dominant". Theres much more but I've made my point. The proper usage of wording is important...especially when you're speeding along at 85 mph with your reading and come across a misspelled or wrongly used word that changes the whole sentence structure and meaning...and causes a person like me to fumble and stall and sit there contemplating what the author is trying to imply or say.
The other downside is character descriptions...I have no idea what Gia looks like ....finally found out she has brown eyes halfway into the book...and I'm assuming her hair is brown since she's Italian and 75% of Italians have brownish hair. And it must be long(ish) since it's grabbed and pulled...a lot....by Abel. And it's the same with Abel....the synopsis says he has emerald green eyes...but towards the end of this installment, his eyes are brown. I still don't know his hair color, but it must be "dark" since we're told that one of the band members (Woody) has blondish hair and he's odd man out. Secondary character descriptions were great and well detailed and came into the story right away. Main characters? Not there... And then the author puts "THE END" (instead of...say...."TO BE CONTINUED")...at the end of this first installment, leading us to believe there is nothing after this abrupt cliffhanger. Because I eventually grew to kinda semi-like these two main characters (and because this story ends with a cliffhanger)...and because I see that Abel is slowly healing and the author piqued my curiosity as to how their HEA will come about...and because this installment was a freebie...because of all that, I decided to purchase the second installment of this story.
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I'm giving this 3 1/2 stars
I struggled with this one in the beginning ..... it took me a while to warm up to the characters.Read more