Sunset Savage: A Dark Possessive Romance by B. B. Hamel
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
How far will you go to get what you want?
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: 🤓🙂😎😕🥰
The heroine: Blair – She is the daughter of a legend in the business, though her father is not a good man. Her mother at one time protected her and her brother from their fathers mood swings, but after being warn down for years she took off to England to live her own life. Blair had already been living on her own and had to take in her younger brother because she wouldn’t leave him alone with their father.
The Hero: Baptist – He comes from a tragic background and grew up wanting to be a huge star, but after figuring out he didn’t really have the talent for it, he got into other aspects of the business. He worked for his best friend at Drake Entertainment and now wants to break out and open his own production company with Blair, whom he has been attracted to from the start.
The Story: On the night Baptist proposes that her and Blair start a production company together, they have a one night stand, but promise that things will be all business the following day. They work well together and Baptist has gotten a promise from a reclusive and sometimes crazy but very brilliant director to make a film for them.
This was kind of a crazy ride, as the director, Cowen was indeed crazy and has both Baptist and Blair jumping through all kinds of hoops to get things done. Their lives are in danger more than once and when Blair finds out she is pregnant, she is determined not to tell Baptist lest he kick her off the project.
This story takes some crazy turns. Baptist and Blair have some smoking hot chemistry and there are some very steamy scenes in this story. Though I found myself always wanting the characters to do things differently than what they were doing. I don’t know if that is good or bad, but it was certainly unpredictable and I do like a book where I can’t tell what will happen next. That is not normal for a secret baby story.
I voluntarily read & reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts & opinions are my own.
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