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Since I Fell For You (New York Sullivans #2) (The Sullivans) (Volume 16) Paperback – November 16, 2016
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Bella Andre's New York Times and USA Today bestselling novels have been #1 bestsellers around the world and she has sold more than 5 million books so far! Known for "sensual, empowered stories enveloped in heady romance" (Publishers Weekly), her books have been Cosmopolitan Magazine "Red Hot Reads" twice and have been translated into ten languages. She also writes "sweet" contemporary romances as Lucy Kevin. There are more than 50,000 5 star reviews for Bella Andre's books on Goodreads!s. She also writes "sweet" contemporary romances as Lucy Kevin. There are more than 50,000 5 star reviews for Bella Andre's books on Goodreads!
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Top Customer Reviews
Suzanne Sullivan is in trouble. Her brothers see it why can’t she. They hire bodyguard, Roman Huson behind her back. He vows to do whatever it takes to protect her. Then they see each other for the first time, oh boy. The sparks begin to fly!!!
Roman is determined to do the right thing, Suzanne is his client, he cannot touch her. He. Cannot. Touch. Her!!!!! Suzanne has other plans. Then, her brothers find out. OUCH!
I LOVE the Sullivan series, and this book certainly lives up to the reputation! I do not know how Bella Andre does it. There are over 16 books in this wonderful series, and each and every one is different. I love the way she keeps her readers updated on past couples. Watching the individual families grow and have children of their own.
Thank you, Bella Andre, for the spectacular continuation to this series.
Thank you for reading my review. Now, go hit that one-click button. I know you will not be sorry you did.
I am a huge fan of the Sullivan’s series and let me just say that this latest book did not disappoint. It had everything I look for in a Bella Andre book and more, a great storyline surrounding the couple falling in love. Suzanne is a beautiful, intelligent bad-ass who runs her own cyber security company. She does not need anyone taking care of her. Roman is the incredibly gorgeous bodyguard her brothers hire to take care of her because of some threats that have surfaced. Needless to say she is not on board with this plan. Suffice it to say she comes up with her own plan; make Roman fall for her so he will quit.
Neither of our couple believes that deep, passionate love is a good thing because of what they have witnessed in their pasts with their own parents. They believe people need to remain rational and cannot be all consumed or obsessed with a lover. Suzanne doesn’t really date and Roman is the love ‘em and leave ‘em type.
They were so not prepared for each other and neither expects the myriad of feelings the other invokes in them.
I loved the anticipation that built up in this book! There is so much pent up passion that it is incredible when they finally succumb to it. It was totally worth the wait!! Muy caliente!!
As Bella so eloquently writes, “They are two ravenous souls finally taking the kiss they’d both been starved for.”
One of the things Roman says that is totally swoon-worthy
“.............couldn’t keep from loving you more everyday, every hour, every second.” Sigh.
Great addition to the Sullivan series!
-Technology/web expert heroine? Check.
-Bodyguard badass hero who's hired to protect heroine? Check.
-Attraction between heroine and hero with a bit of animosity included? Check.
-Mysterious plot of someone trying to hurt the heroine so the hero has to protect her? Check.
-Heroine not really needing protection because she can take care of herself but she also accepts we all need help sometimes? Check.
-Mention/cameos from my favourite Sullivans? DOUBLE CHECK!
-Hero/Heroine who communicate? Check.
So what happened?
The mysterious plot was bland. This was no romance suspense book, I know, but I did expect something more thrilling to justify the need of a bodyguard. I even forgot there was supposed to be a bad guy until the characters mention it again when the book's about to end. And regarding the romance part, it was nice, but the falling-in-love happened way too fast. There wasn't even a real conflict between them, and though I am grateful for that sometimes, in here it just made the romance a bit boring.
As a huge Sullivan fan, I'm always happy to see more books and get to know more family members, but book 2 in the New York branch (book 16 overall) didn't amaze me.