Love Me - Margaret Watson

Love Me

By Margaret Watson

  • Release Date: 2014-11-06
  • Genre: Suspense
Love Me book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 115 Ratings)

Love Me Margaret Watson Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

When Helen Brody needed her office repaired, she never expected that the contractor would be Jamie Evans, the man with whom she shared an unforgettable night a year earlier.  Jamie hasn't forgotten Helen, either, and now that he's found her, he's determined not to let her get away again.

Helen can't get involved with Jamie, because he wants something she can't give him, but she can't deny the explosive, out of control attraction between them.  As they try to work through their feelings, they find that the hit and run driver who destroyed Helen's office has more plans for her.  Will they have only a handful of nights together, or will they have the chance to build something lasting?

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  • Quick read, good introduction to Donovans.

    4
    By Unbound Passion
    ⭐ ⭐ Provided by Author in Exchange for an Honest Review ⭐ ⭐ Judging a Book by it's Cover: Original cover is awful dark and does not catch the eye very well. However, the new cover is bold, vibrant, striking. Synopsis does not provide a lot of information on the series, but I was told this is a series about a set of brothers that are in law enforcement. Looking Deeper: Third-person POV. This prequel novella starts out in a rather unique way. The injured heroine enters a crime scene, that we learn more about later. Helen is a lawyer, mostly handling custody cases. Jamie is a contractor, hired by the property owner that leases Helen's office space to repair damages at the aforementioned crime scene. They just happen to have a one-night life-altering night behind them from about a year ago. Both lead characters are strong and smart. The secondary characters consist primarily of her much older sister, four nephews and one niece, latter five all working in law enforcement (FBI and Chicago PD). There are a few other minor secondaries that also help build and fill the individual plot. Dialogue is very good, interaction is believable.The plot, while a bit predictable, was quick-paced and easy flowing. There were a few spots where something was mentioned that happened "a while ago" and you feel like you've been left out of the loop or are missing information, but I'm assuming it was meant to give the Donovan's a more established history right off the starting block. I enjoy the interaction of the family structure between the Donovan's, but wish we had the opportunity to learn a little more about the Jamie and his history instead of feeling like he was almost delegated to a secondary character in light of the series as a whole. The conclusion felt a bit rushed and loose-ended, implying there would be a Happily Ever After but not really solidifying it. I'm hoping their story continues to play out in the background of the other books in the series. Overall, this was a quick read with an enjoyable plot. While I felt that the Evans side of the couple was sidelined to the bigger picture, the couple themselves were equals and a very good match. I hope to read the other books in this series in the near future. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rating: 4 [R] ~ Score: 4.1 ~ Stars: 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • Love love loves

    5
    By RoyalRelle
    Great book will tell my friends and family to read it 😊 thank you for a great read❤️
  • It was okay

    2
    By kweiser11
    This book was very hard to follow and seemed more like a sequel then a first book in a series.

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