I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Bella Andre
Released: November 16th 2016
Series: New York Sullivans #2
Published by Self Published
“Bella Andre’s writing in this book is very easy to read. It flows very well, which I pretty much expect with all of Andre’s books.”
~ Under the Covers
SINCE I FELL FOR YOU is the second book in the New York Sullivans series. This story is all about Suzanne Sullivan who is a bit of a big shot geek girl I guess you can say. She’s a wiz at coding and computers but what makes this book interesting is the fact that there seems to be some occurring problems that might actually require her to get a bodyguard. At first it seems like a bit of an extreme reaction but it does bring together Suzanne and Roman, the hero of the story.
Roman falls under your typical lethal and silent type of hero. He’s very watchful and aware of everything around him so he has this intensity that I think a lot of readers would like. To me, I think Suzanne was the one who really made this book because although she calls herself a nerd and geek a lot, it’s not meant in a bad way. She’s very comfortable and proud of herself and that’s why she’s a great match for Roman.
Bella Andre’s writing in this book is very easy to read. It flows very well, which I pretty much expect with all of Andre’s books. However, if I were being picky, I would say that it could also be what some people may complain about. Everything is very easy in this book, even the whole slight mystery aspect, so to some the conflict may not really be there. However, that’s not something I fully expect from a series like this were the main story is really the romance.
I just love these guys and I’m very much looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
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