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Book Review: If I Could Stay by Annette K. Larsen

Title: If I Could Stay

Author: Annette K. Larsen

Release Date: February 22, 2017

Page Length: 256 Pages

 

Book Summary:

They killed her mother, and if they find her, Leila could be next. Being pursued from one state to another, she has learned to constantly look over her shoulder, and when necessary, to become someone new. She’s burned through four cities and four identities, always managing to stay one step ahead.
Now Leila is left with nothing. No car, no money, and no choice but to trust the man who finds her, half frozen, wandering the back roads of Missouri.

Despite the fact that Jack seems to genuinely care about her, Leila knows all too well the danger she poses to anyone brave enough to get close to her. Her growing feelings for Jack force her to make a choice. She could risk staying and hope she’s not found, or she could do what she’s always done, and disappear.

Jumpin Genres! Wow, what a leap.

I loved Annette’s Books of Dalthia Series. They were Squeaky Clean Romances with a very fairy tale like feel to them. I had no idea what I was getting myself into with If I Could Stay. Since I hate spoilers, I didn’t even read the entire summary before starting it. I based bumping it to the top of my long to-read list on the fact that Annette wrote it. I wasn’t wrong in that choice. I loved this book.

The fact that Annette made the jump to Romantic Suspense so easily shows what a great writer she is.
I have company in town and other things I could have been doing today but ended up spending most of the day finishing this book because I didn’t want to put it down. A sure sign of a great book!

Jack makes a perfect hero and Leila is a very strong heroine. I loved watching the relationship slowly develop in this book.

 

Rating: 5 Stars – I loved it

Source: E-ARC

Content: clean (a couple mild expletives)

2018: #40