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and the eBook ✓ Southern charm and a deeply romantic plot, readers will The Vixen PDF/EPUB or fall in love with this modern day fairy tale RT BOOK REVIEWS In this modernretelling of Beauty and Vixen and the MOBI ï the Beast, Savannah Carmichael, betrayed by an unreliable source, returns to her hometown of Danvers, Virginia with her oncepromising journalism career in ruins Given the opportunity to get back in the game by writing a patriotic human interest piece, Savannah turns her attention to the town hermit, Asher Lee, a wounded veteran who returned to Danvers eight years ago, and hasn't been seen since After an IED explosion in Afghanistan took Asher's hand and disfigured half of his face, he's lived a quiet life on the outskirts of Danvers where the locals respect his privacyat is, until Savannah Carmichael comes calling in a borrowed sundress with a plate of homemade brownies When Asher agrees to be interviewed by Savannah, he starts feeling things for the beautiful reporter that he hasn't felt in years Misfits in smalltown Danvers, Savannah and Asher create a bond right away, touching each other's hearts in ways neither thought possible When a terrible mistake threatens to drive them apart, they'll have to decide if the love they found in one another's arms is strong enough to fight for their hardwon happily ever after ** Contemporary Romance Due to profanity, realistically depicted scenes of war and very strong sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of ** All novels in the ~a modern fairytale~ collection are written as fundraisers ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ The Vixen and the Vet is part of the ~a modern fairytale~ collection, which includes six standalone, completely unrelated novels inspired by beloved fairy tales: The Vixen and the Vet Beauty amp; the Beastavailable now Never Let You Go Hansel amp; Gretelavailable now Ginger's Heart Little Red Riding Hoodavailable nowDark Sexy Knight Camelotavailable June Don't Speak The Little Mermaidavailable Swan Song The Ugly Ducklingavailable Love my fairytales? I'm always open to suggestions! Email me your favorite and maybe I'll reimagine it for you!.

    The Vixen and the Vet MOBI Á The Vixen PDF/EPUB or oncepromising journalism career in ruins Given the opportunity to get back in the game by writing a patriotic human interest piece, Savannah turns her attention to the town hermit, Asher Lee, a wounded veteran who returned to Danvers eight years ago, and hasn't been seen since After an IED explosion in Afghanistan took Asher's hand and disfigured half of his face, he's lived a quiet life on the outskirts of Danvers where the locals respect his privacyat is, until Savannah Carmichael comes calling in a borrowed sundress with a plate of homemade brownies When Asher agrees to be interviewed by Savannah, he starts feeling things for the beautiful reporter that he hasn't felt in years Misfits in smalltown Danvers, Savannah and Asher create a bond right away, touching each other's hearts in ways neither thought possible When a terrible mistake threatens to drive them apart, they'll have to decide if the love they found in one another's arms is strong enough to fight for their hardwon happily ever after ** Contemporary Romance Due to profanity, realistically depicted scenes of war and very strong sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of ** All novels in the ~a modern fairytale~ collection are written as fundraisers ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ The Vixen and the Vet is part of the ~a modern fairytale~ collection, which includes six standalone, completely unrelated novels inspired by beloved fairy tales: The Vixen and the Vet Beauty amp; the Beastavailable now Never Let You Go Hansel amp; Gretelavailable now Ginger's Heart Little Red Riding Hoodavailable nowDark Sexy Knight Camelotavailable June Don't Speak The Little Mermaidavailable Swan Song The Ugly Ducklingavailable Love my fairytales? I'm always open to suggestions! Email me your favorite and maybe I'll reimagine it for you!."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 295 pages
  • The Vixen and the Vet
  • Katy Regnery
  • English
  • 13 April 2019

About the Author: Katy Regnery

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author and the eBook ✓ Katy Regnery has a heart for smart romance featuring The Vixen PDF/EPUB or strong women and decent men Almost exclusively self published, Katy claims authorship of over titles, including three Vixen and the MOBI ï RITA® finalists Translated into French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, and Turkish, Katy has sold over million books worldwide.



10 thoughts on “The Vixen and the Vet

  1. Christy Christy says:

    4.5 Stars!

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    The Vixen and the Vet is yet another one of those books where I’m like… WTF Christy! You waited 2 years after this released to read it? I listened to the audio book of this one and for three days straight I didn’t even want to read another book. All I wanted to do was listen to this. There wasn't much I didn’t love about this book. The story line, the characters, the writing- it was all fantastic.

    The thing about surviving something so truly tragic is that it changes your expectations forever. You make do with very little. You’re grateful for the crumbs.

    Asher Lee is a wounded veteran who has turned into somewhat of a hermit since he’s returned to his home town (which was years ago) to a not so warm welcome. The war has somewhat disfigured him and he just isn’t comfortable around people anymore. Savannah Carmichael is back in her small town from NYC where she worked as a journalist. She’s lost her career and wants it back. She’ll do anything to make that happen. Including writing a story about a veteran for the forth of July.

    Asher and Savannah’s story was one of friendship, growth, love and forgiveness. I loved these two together. I loved the way each one changed the other. Savannah doesn’t care about how Asher looks. She loves him for him. And she makes Asher not care as much- want to get out there more, if only for her. There were a few parts of this story that brought me to tears- they were just so gorgeous.

    Beautiful, emotional, sweet, sexy, and one that will pull on your heartstrings, The Vixen and the Vet is a story I won’t soon forget and highly recommend to all romance readers!

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  2. Katy Regnery Katy Regnery says:

    I wrote this book in 23 days. It only took me 23 days because Asher and Savannah jumped off the pages for me fully-formed and 100% ready to fall in love. I think their story is really hot, really fun and really moving. I hope you do too.

    I have never written a book as a fundraiser before, so this book is very special to me. I hope that Savannah and Asher's story will inspire, delight and move readers to remember that our returning wounded deserve every possible honor for their courage, bravery and sacrifice.

  3. • Lisa • • Lisa • says:

    FIVE CLAIM MY HEART STARS.

    Love me, Asher. And he did. And he would. Forever.

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    My adoration for this book was helped tremendously due to my love for a well written book that tugs on the heart strings and gives my reading heart a well placed squeeze. It also didn't harm the enjoyment that my favourite Disney animation of all time is the classic 'Beauty and the beast'. I couldn't even begin to imagine that I would fall so in love with a book that I was requested to read and review and I'm more than pleased that I gave my reading time over to a book that quite honestly has stolen my heart. This author is obviously talented with a heart to share stories that make the reader not only fall in love but think about the world around them. Timeless in it's delivery I won't ever be forgetting about the story of Savannah Carmichael and Asher Lee. Katy Regnery I have had the most beautiful time spent with your heart stopping novel and I'm left with a story to remember for a time to come.

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    What's it all about?
    Leaving New York after being publicly humiliated and loosing her job as a successful journalist, Savannah Carmichael returns to her very southern and charming home town. Feeling desperate to gain respect in the reporting world again she sets out to deliver a story that would make her be noticed for her writing talents once again. Asher Lee is the town recluse and hermit after serving his country and injured in a tragic and near fatal accident he returns to his home town. Disfigured and equally as tormented by his experiences he has given up on a world of love and the idea of living a life of freedom. When Savannah and Asher's lives cross paths they never expected to be thrown into a friendship so powerful that it changes the way they feel and act. And as their relationship starts to bond them in a life altering way they have to take the steps to overcome the difficulties that they must face together. Beautifully poetic and tragically love struck their story is one that is worth fighting for.

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    What did I love?
    This novel was not only beautifully romantic with a well paced unfolding plot and love story, it was also powerfully touching and heart melting. There are stories that you happily read that are enjoyable, even used as an escape but there are also those books that make you sit up and take notice and change the way you see the world. 'Vixen and the vet' had a clear message about friendship and love and how we can be the difference to those around us and for me if nothing else this author did the perfect job of showcasing how relationships can change lives. I admired and fell for this authors writing style she swept me right into the middle of the love and action of this story and I could not have loved two characters more. Savannah and Asher were beautiful to read about, both equally wonderful and easy to fall in love with and I was cheering for their friendship and romance from their first encounter. As you can imagine from the description of the book, the storyline dealt with some difficult topics but the book although thorough in it's message never felt heavy or difficult to read instead it pulled at my heart strings in the best kind of way and felt a joy to read.

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    Final thoughts ...
    This is the first time that I have read any work by Katy Regnery and it comes as no surprise to me that she is an award winning romance novelist. She made this potentially heart breaking story come alive and I fell utterly in love with her story of the beautiful journalist and her admirable beast. Nothing could have torn me away from the pages of this novel and for once I enjoyed the differing emotions that this story line created, nothing was over dramatised or unnecessary instead it was simply a poetic journey of finding that other half that no matter what will cause you to be whole. 'The vixen and the vet' is a book that I felt proud to have read and I'm hoping that other readers will feel, experience and love this book as much as I did. Go fall in love with a hero that demands to not be forgotten, enjoy ... Kisses.

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    *Guest reviewer for Dirty girl romance book blog, ARC generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.*

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  4. Baba Baba says:

    DNF @52 %. 2 stars. Review posted June 30, 2014

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    Asher, she sighed, looking up at him with wonder as her fingers traced the lines of his face. You're beautiful in the moonlight too.

    This…^^^^^^^^^^^^
    My first pic doesn't come close to the facial wounds Asher sustained while serving his country. I checked out a few very authentic pics of former wounded military members and we all know it's neither romantic nor beautiful.


    Asher Lee, she said, is downstairs.
    Savannah felt her mouth tilt up into an involuntary smile and her eyes flood with tears. Her mother set the bouquet on her vanity and put her arm around Savannah.
    Whatever he did, he's awful sorry, button.
    He yelled at me and made me cry.

    That comes out of the mouth of a former hard-nosed investigative journalist who worked for one of the most important newspapers. Poor Savannah. *pets*


    This wasn't about toothpicks. It was about bionic hands.
    You kids and your electronics.
    Mama.

    Very funny. Not.


    Quit fishing. I haven't been with anyone since…
    No one? In XXXXX? Jesus, Asher. How's that been working out for you?
    As you noted, I still have my hand.
    Gross, she said, trying unsuccessfully not to giggle.

    That's just a stupid remark--naturally crowned with the obligatory giggle. Why is it gross to use the hand?


    She numbly accepted the cup of coffee from Miss Potts, determined not to be distracted by Asher Lee's amazing chest, amazing voice, amazing sense of humor, amazing, amazing, amazing…anymore. No, she'd be the hard-hitting journalist she was trained to be.

    I won't even bother commenting this. It's worthy of inserting a major eye-roll, though.


    You were out awful late last night, Savannah. You getting serious about this boy?

    Yep, mama needs to keep tabs on her little daughter and her boy.


    I'm no angel, she said softly.
    You are, he said, bringing her hand to his lips, surrendering to cheesy. He was falling in love with her. Cheesy was inevitable.

    Wrong. Truly great love stories don't need any cheese at all.

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    I'm sorry for being a party pooper but I believe that honesty is the best policy. While the premise of The Vixen & the Vet did sound promising, the execution failed big time, at least for me. I'll give you a quick summary of my issues, why this book did not resonate well with me.

    First off I'd like to say that even though I'm not a huge fan of sweet and fluffy, I can read and enjoy it nonetheless, yet it's safe to say that The Vixen & the Vet was not my kind of sweet. Also, with the hero being so severely disfigured I would have expected depth and grit mixed with the sweetness. I'm sure I could have related better to the story and the characters because it would have made it more authentic. Right from the start I had to deal with plenty of sheepish smiles, blushing, flushing and widening eyes. Honestly, what twenty-six-year-old former hard-nosed investigative journalist working for one of the most important newspapers would act and speak the way Savannah did? Excuse me but she was insecure and immature. Come to think of it, even the thirty-four-year-old hero came off as young and somewhat immature. Plus, I found the interaction between heroine and mother sickeningly sweet and it annoyed me that Asher had been called boy. The nosy and meddlesome Miss Potts as well as the silly Savannah irritated me. Add in the fact that the pillow talk and all the lovey-dovey talk in general were OTT sweet and I was done. I was actually waiting for unicorns and rainbows to sprout.

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    It bothered me that one half of Asher's face was gorgeous and the other half totally disfigured. And let's not forget his ripped body. Of course the heroine assessed these facts rather fast. I think it facilitated Savannah's affection and feelings for Asher and I was wondering if it was done intentionally, just to garner more attention and sympathy for Asher. Whatever the case may be, I never felt emotionally invested, mainly because the storyline and characters came off as too superficial considering the grave subject matter.

    Anyway, looking at the extremely high average rating, this is probably another case of it's me and not the book and therefore I'd recommend potential readers to check out the five-star reviews. As an added bonus, if you're buying the book in June and July, 50 % of the the author's profits will go directly to a charity at UCLA that helps rebuild the faces of injured war veterans. I just hope this is more than an effective advertising strategy and I suggest you consider donating here:

    http://operationmend.ucla.edu/body.cf...

    In case you were wondering…yes, I donated on June 29, 2014.



    **Review request of author, Katy Regnery**

  5. A. A. says:

    3 Stars

    A bit cheesy...



    It's very sweet and heartwarming but hardly believable. A man who suffered so much, didn’t leave his house for 8 long years and didn’t lay eyes on a woman or any other human being (except for his maid) for 8 years wouldn’t have behaved in that way.

    I expected the hero to be a broken, moody jerk and not such a sweet, romantic soul. But this is a fairy tale so… *shrugs*

    All in all, an enjoyable read although it lacks grittiness in my opinion.

  6. Wendy& Wendy& says:

    4 Being Open To The Possibility Stars
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    As I read, I have noticed a huge focus on returning Veterans. Some of the stories use this as a way to categorize and make the understanding of the man easy on the reader. Some use the specific experiences of war, the trauma, and darkness, to give us, the readers, an insight of sorts of what these warriors have gone through. These ways of conveying these men are important, as there are so many which gave for us... and they have the mental scars to show for it. And there are those who not only have born the brunt of war... but have brought back other souvenirs; the physical changes. They are marked by explosions, sniper bullets, and bombs...and their bodies will never be what they were.

    This story addresses so much of all the things that happen to a man who experienced the loss of his physical self. Asher was fortunate in his injuries compared to many... but he also was not...as he had to handle all of it alone without the comfort of a family... save his mother's friend. He left this small town as the football star soon to be a doctor... and returned to a place which could not rise above his injuries... who could not look beyond the tragic scarring of his face and limbs... and just appreciate and accept. Instead, the town turned its back on him. With this type of hurt, Asher did what he thought was best for the both of them... he retreated to his family's estate; created a life of solitude, save the presence of Miss Potts, and reconciled to the realization of no woman... no love...no touch...

    The flip side of this story is the little town girl who wished for bigger and bolder. Savannah was not her little sis, Scarlet; she was not the typical Southern girl who had found her guy in kindergarten... watched and plotted and then made it all come together in the end with a wedding and HEA. Savannah had always wanted different... to see the world and hunt down the stories with her questions needing to be answered. She got her degree in Journalism, worked hard, and landed her spot on one of the top newspapers in the industry and New York. She was open to love and thought she had found it with a source on financial fraud. She, thinking she was doing the right thing, used all of the information fed to her by this source... only to have her trust and possible love thrown back in her face once the article was printed. The source used her to manipulate the outcome of his father's fraud; destroyed her career, her belief in herself, and in love. Savannah had encountered her own war and came back home scarred, broken, and mistrustful.

    The upcoming wedding of Scarlet is the backdrop to this tale. We have it opened with Scarlet going over an article of how you know you love someone... all of the steps. As Savannah half listens, she wonders what is to come of her life. Here her younger sister is marrying the man of her dreams... it looks like no offers for papers are in sight... Savannah is at a loss. Yet, with a call from another reporter in Phoenix, an opportunity presents itself. Write a human interest story about a war vet and the open position in Phoenix is hers. This is at least something... though not her usual hard-hitting investigating reporting... she could work with it...she accepts the assignment and knows who exactly to approach... the town's own war vet, Asher... forget he is considered a hermit... and has burns and disfigurement... he is going to be her ticket back to writing, reporting and getting her reputation back.

    This story was wonderful. Each character had enough of a back story to understand a lot of why they felt the way they did and their reasoning behind it. Both were damaged. Both were lost and need help handling what they had experienced... and the small town pluses and minuses were at work.

    The internal dialogs of both characters were so well thought out. You could feel each of them growing closer to each other. Asher was a man who had so much taken away... yet he also was trapped by his own mind... due to the hurt inflicted by others' reactions to him; others prejudices and fears. He learned to be open to the possibilities of actual happiness and caring. He allowed himself to be a man... and with that, he took the necessary steps to become more comfortable in his body and freer.

    Savannah allowed herself to love again... but she also had the love of career. I cannot say I applauded or approved of how she went about everything. I knew things were going to happen and understood the reasons as to why they were needed... I just didn't like it... I was able to rise above it though and cheer for how things were resolved.

    The major facilitator was Miss Potts and I loved her with all of my heart. I appreciated her care, understanding, and relationship with Asher. She did not make one false move.

    Our author also sneaked in other important issues; how sexual force can be slipped under the carpet; how families do not want to confront difficult and hard situations.... but on the flip side of small-town life, there were the cherished friendships between women with respect and love.

    Overall it was a heartwarming, very sweet, and sensual read. The feelings of Asher were so strong, they bounced off the page with his energy. The writing worked; it took me along with the story and even though I had the map laid out before me... I was more than happy to travel that road.


    Side note... loved the Buddy Read with Alex and all :DDDD

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  7. Lady Vigilante (Feifei) Lady Vigilante (Feifei) says:

    3.5 stars!

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    This was such a sweet book! Maybe a little too sweet for me, but overall I did enjoy it. I liked the premise – a desperate journalist interviewing the town hermit, a reclusive and disfigured war veteran, as a last resort to save her career…and they fall in love with each other in the process. The few flashback scenes where the hero recounts his experiences in war brought tears to my eyes, and the romance itself was truly beautiful. I had originally planned on giving this book at least a 4 star rating, but I couldn’t forgive some of the heroine’s actions in the last part of the book so I took off half a star for that. Other than that, I’d recommend this modern ‘Beauty and the Beast’ fairytale if you’re in the mood for a sweet, heartmelting romance guaranteed to bring out stomach butterflies while you read, along with a wonderful, 5-star worthy hero.

    Just getting out of a nasty breakup, Savannah Carmichael has returned to her southern hometown to regroup and consider her career choices as a journalist. When she gets a lucky break and is told to do a human interest piece, she sets her sights on Asher Lee, the town hermit and war veteran no one’s really seen in years.

    The past few years have not been kind to Asher. After suffering severe injuries obtained in Afghanistan, his return home is cold and unwelcoming. On top of that, his disfigured face repulses others and so he’s resigned himself to living in his lonely mansion with only his maternal housekeeper as company.

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    When Savannah comes knocking on his door with a bright smile and plate of brownies, Asher gives into his desire for more human interaction and agrees to be interviewed over the course of a few weeks. What starts out as a tentative friendship starts to develop into something much deeper as the weeks go by. In a town where most are content living simple lives, Asher and Savannah recognize they are the odd ones out, both wanting a life that’s more than what their small town offers. An unlikely bond is forged between them, and for the first time in a long time, both of them are happy despite the circumstances that brought them together.

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    For the most part I enjoyed this story. It’s a slow burn kind of read with sugary sweet sprinkled in, and at times I couldn’t help but be moved like in this flashback scene from Asher…

    “You only have one hand, and your whole body’s a world of pain. And you look in the mirror and you know –” His voice hitched and halted, and he cleared his throat. “You know you’re going to be alone…and that no one is ever going to…no one…”

    Scenes like those hit me right in the chest. I liked that even though there was this somber tone underlying the story because of Asher’s experiences, the book wasn’t centered on just that and focused more on the positive. The main issues I had (besides thinking the story was overly sappy) were with Savannah’s actions in the last quarter of the book. Simply put, I couldn’t forgive her even though she was able to redeem herself in Asher’s eyes. There was also some side character drama that I felt was totally unnecessary, and it actually made me dislike Savannah’s sister for being so simple-minded and spoiled. However, I did like the writing, the story flowed nicely – especially with the use of the special head titles in each chapter – and I loved the thoughtful, endearing hero. It’s a book that will charm any romantic!

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    The Vixen & the Vet is the first book in the Modern Fairytale series and is a standalone.

  8. Eda** Eda** says:


    ** 5++ “You’re an alien.” STARS **

    “This isn’t the sort of love that ends… IT’S FOREVER.
    ~ ASHER

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    Asher Lee: Disfigured. Tormented. Lonely.

    Savannah Carmichael: Betrayed. Broken. Humiliated.

    When two odd ducks find each other and an unusual friendship sprouts from a borrowed sundress, a plate of homemade brownies and the comfortable silence that sweetly engulfs them, life suddenly starts to look different. Beautiful. Bright. Hopeful?

    Faced with the difficulties of one's past and the choices that need to be made for one's future, will Asher and Savannah be able to hold on to their precious bond and fight through everything?

    “Don’t wonder for a minute if I feel shortchanged by choosing to be with you. Just know this: YOU WALKED OUT OF MY DREAMS FULLY FORMED. I wasn’t about to let you walk away…”
    ~ SAVANNAH

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    I can't possibly explain how incredibly tender and sore this story left me. I wish I was better with words and could pour my heart out here. “Beauty and the Beast” is and will always be my favorite Disney movie, so it was no surprise that I loved it all...but it's not just that.

    I don't know whether any of you have ever been through tremendously painful events in your lives... I'm sure everyone can think of at least one big heartbreak along the way. Well, I have a ghost from my past that still haunts me till the day, that still has strings on me it pulls on from time to time, that is the reason for the small empty chamber in my heart. Maybe that's why some parts of this story shifted something in me in a way that I didn't see coming. I bawled like a baby, yes, but something bigger than a few tears broke off me after the few hours this book stole from me. Something ugly and forlorn. Something I'm happy to be one step closer to finally let go.

    “The thing about surviving something truly tragic is that it changes your expectations forever. You make do with very little. You’re grateful for crumbs. You make the best of small mercies. You endure large trials. You understand that life owes you nothing. You expect nothing, and when something wonderful happens, you don’t trust it. You know it can’t possibly last.”

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    OVERALL: The author stole my heart with the epic romanticism that you could smell all over the story, the carefully chosen words and sentences for love, pain, regret and her beautiful touch on sensitive issues. Yes, I would recommend it. Absolutely. In fact, I insist that everyone that likes a little heartbreak and a little sweetness in their romances should definitely read “The Vixen and the Vet”.

    “What are we doing?”

    “I’m ruining you…for anyone else.”

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  9. Jennifer Kyle Jennifer Kyle says:

    3.75 ~ 4 Stars

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    This story has the whole Beauty and the Beast vibe while being about a journalist who comes home after losing her big NYC newspaper job to lick her wounds. She is offered a trial article writing a human interest piece for the fourth of July edition of the Phoenix Times.

    Wearing one of her sister’s pretty sundresses and armed with a plate of brownies, Savannah approaches the door of the town’s hermit, Asher Lee. Asher is a wounded war hero’s who lives on a huge estate. Asher and Savannah get to know one another and soon they develop a true fondness for one another.

    ”It feels terrible to want,” he said softly, “when your chances of getting what you want are so slim.”

    Asher dares to hope for a life outside his home with the help of surgeries while Savannah’s article takes a new form and her sister’s wedding approaches. The author does bring the hot and sexy and Asher was in fact a dreamy hero.

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    The story was a bit predictable but just right if you’re in the mood for hot, sweet and a heartfelt read.

    ”I stayed alive for you. For the dream of you. “ “And now I’m here.” “And I’m never letting go.”

    Gifted by my wonderful friend Mysza <3

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  10. Maria✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦ Maria✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦ says:

    There's a very lovely review on our blog written by Arianna :>
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