Aurora Alexander is everything headlines are made of.
Newly divorced single mother Aurora Alexander is trying to move on with her life.
After a string of unsuccessful blind dates, she turns to internet dating.
Everyone does it, so it has to be safe. Right?
Review by Brittany
You can’t make a whore a housewife.
But, you will learn. I will teach you.
It is only a matter of time.
You will be my whore. My wife.
You will obey me, and worship me.
Aurora Alexander is newly divorced and a mother of one. She decides that it’s time to try her hand at dating again, so she opens an online dating account. After catching many fish in the sea, she finally hooks one that she deems perfect for her.
Jackson Revere is a beautiful, kind man. His mission in life is to protect this woman that has stolen his heart. And not only her, but her four year old son, Liam.
When someone breaks into Aurora’s house, she becomes cautious and scared. Could it be someone she met on the internet? She may never know…
Finally, it all comes to a head and she’s afraid she’s just about to become another statistic…
Okay, first thing that I really loved about this book. We get a few chapters here and there titled “In his Mind” and we get to read what’s going on in the head of the mystery guy. That’s not the best part. Aurora had connections with so many men, that with each of these chapters, you’d say “oh, I know who it is!” and the next “In his Mind” chapter would leave you saying “wait, maybe not…” It was absolutely perfect and I loved that she left me guessing until the very end.
And the epilogue! I still don’t know whether I’m okay with it. I mean, I had my suspicions, but I was really hoping it wouldn’t be true… but it is. You won’t expect that and like me, you will probably not be okay with it.
Dawn Robertson is a fantastic writer. She writes on the darker side, but not so dark that you’re searching for a flashlight. She’s nothing like the likes of Kristin Elyon or Lily White. She has just the perfect proportion of dark and light for almost every romance reader to be happy.
So, five stars for this romantic suspense! I couldn’t put it down and I loved the mystery of the whole thing. And the fact that it’s centered around a mother! You rarely see that these days. I loved it. I really, really did. Great job!