Friday, July 16, 2010

Review: Saving Sarah by Jennifer Salaiz

Saving Sarah (Blissful Bets, #2) by Jennifer Salaiz

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Pain from her past has led Sarah to do whatever she could to numb the heartbreak Devon caused so long ago. The game Bets proved to be a perfect solution, that is, until she’s plagued with mysterious calls. Pulled to Gavin, Sarah is sure he’s what she needs to make the caller stop and to erase the hurt she harbors. What she doesn’t expect is to be pulled to the one man she’s sure she can never forgive, Devon.

Devon was faced with the hardest decision of his life. Abandoning Sarah has haunted him for years. Now he’s willing to do whatever it takes to win her back and put a stop to the man stalking her. But does the past they share hold too much pain, or will the love they have buried under years of silence resurface enough for them to make it?

Lorien’s Review

Saving Sarah is an intriguing erotic romance embraced with desirable passions and polyamourous relationships. Sarah is emotionally damaged with a painful past after her first love Devon walked out, leaving her alone and vulnerable. To heal her broken heart, she partakes in a game of Blissful Bets with her friends. The thing was, she finds herself instantly attracted to a new guy named Gavin. When both alpha males struggle with their jealousy issues to claim her, Sarah is faced with uncertainties and renewed pain.

As a new reader to Jennifer Salaiz’s work, I enjoyed the consistent flow of the storyline from beginning to end. Particularly, I was fascinated with the course of arousing tension and suspense involved. The chemistry and escalating romance between the characters were undeniable and well described including their back stories. Although the intimacy felt a little rushed in early chapters, the climax resulted to a satisfying end with plenty of steamy scenes and romances.

Readers looking for erotic paranormal romance and ménage with passion will enjoy this book. It revolves around the heroine’s experience from heartbreak to healing and forgiving in order to find her happy ending.

4 Tea Cups!

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