Review of Blind Devotion
This was an interesting read. First, I don’t really understand the title. She wasn’t really following anyone blindly. Even when she catered to her fathers wishes I wouldn’t say she was blind to it. She had no issues standing up to Max, even if she was more submissive to her father before he came around.
Secondly, I really liked how the author brought to light a lot of the issues with domestic violence, without making the story too heavy. Yes, there was some issues with her client’s husband, but it didn’t dominate the story.
Thirdly, I love how the story just felt normal. These were two adults who didn’t always communicate well because we are human beings. That said most of the communication issues weren’t blown out of proportion, and it didn’t lead to unrealistic drama. The drama that did occur resolves relatively quickly.
Overall, I loved it. It was steamy when it needed to be, and fluffy when it called for it. You get a good punch in the feels and sexy times. My only real complaint is that you get Hal’s story within getting his story. I’d love a second book with more detailed look on what is going on in his life.
Alina Winthrop’s only focus is her career as a lawyer at her father’s firm. She has goals to one day takeover, helping countless people when the reins are passed down to her, but there’s a catch. She has to go along with everything her father wants, including marrying a man of his choosing. However, the moment she meets a cocky and intrusive stranger, all bets are off.
Maxton Colter packed up and left his life in California for an opportunity to work at the largest law firm on the East Coast. A new bachelor, he is steadfast in his goal to remain single. Until he sets eyes on a feisty blonde who suddenly has him second-guessing everything.
Will their mutual attraction have a chance to flourish or will their chemistry fizzle before either of them tempts fate?
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July 28, 2018, Motorcycles, Mobsters and Mayhem in Cincinnati Author Event, Cincinnati Ohio
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S. Nelson grew up with a love of reading and a very active imagination, never putting pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard until 2013. Her passion to create was overwhelming and within a few months she’d written her first novel, Stolen Fate. When she isn’t engrossed in creating one of the many stories rattling around inside her head, she loves to read and travel as much as she can. She lives in the Northeast with her husband and two dogs, enjoying the ever changing seasons.