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Saving Him by Angela Snyder
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really liked it

Great conclusion to Lucien and Adeline's story, following straight on from the end of book one, Keeping Her (which must be read first).

Despite the situation and fallout from her attempted escape at the end of book one, Adeline is getting inside Luciens heart and soul more and more. He starts to realise that when he so focused on her, he forgets all his other obsessive compulsions (the result of his horrendous childhood) and realises he is starting to heal, but can he ever just be "normal"? He will do anything to protect her and they grow closer and closer and more passionate by the day, but can their relationship really be forever, especially following their inauspicious beginning?

When Adeline's past catches up with her, she is ripped away from Lucien and fears all is lost. Despite her very sheltered upbringing, she is made of strong stuff and her love for Lucien gives her the strength to defy her despicable father and the fiance who sold her in the first place.

This book does have dark, violent undertones, the things both Lucien and Adeline are put through is at times heartbreaking, but love is a beautiful thing and can bring light to the darkest of places and people. Really enjoyable conclusion to this story and I loved how both Lucien and Adeline's characters grew and developed throughout. I'm looking forward to reading Jackson's story, Lucien's loyal, loveable cousin.

Thanks to the author for approving my voluntary request for an arc of Saving Him
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Reading Progress

September 1, 2017 – Shelved
September 1, 2017 – Shelved as: to-read
September 22, 2017 – Started Reading
September 23, 2017 – Finished Reading

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