Mine, Always by Koko Heart
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Published by Self-Published on July 22, 2022
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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I don’t date. I don’t need to date. Tis something I’ve believed my entire life. After escaping from my past and my hometown, I didn’t think I’d meet anyone who could change that but I didn’t bank on coming face to face with an Adonis in a suit either. I’m supposed to resist him but with his sparkling ocean eyes drawing me in, I don’t think I can.
No commitments, no feelings and no complications - rules I’ve sworn by my whole life. Rules that help to keep my shadows at bay.
Until an Irish siren calls to me and makes me want to break free from my rules and make her mine, always.
One word fills my thoughts, makes me feel whole and terrifies me at the same time: MINE!
Author's Note: A steamy, love at first sight story, with a few unexpected twists thrown in along the way.
*Trigger warning - This book contains discussions of violence, depression and panic attacks. It also has parental abuse - parent to adult and past parental abuse as well. There is a guaranteed HEA though.
It’s been a long time since I read a romance that was EVERYTHING!
It’s hard for me to describe what I mean without spoiling you, but I’ll try. First of all, I believe in love at first sight because my own love story was love at first sight, so I can just go with it when an author writes it as gripping as this author. She had me from the very first page and didn’t let go until the story was told, beginning, middle, and end.
I think you would enjoy this book even more like I did if you can “hear” an Irish accent. The author writes one of the characters as having come from Ireland and her accent is thick. She’s trying hard to change it, but it’s precious sometimes how she drops the h out of think or thing. I loved every single character in this book, even the villains. I loved to hate them. LOL
I’m told this is the author’s debut novel and that’s just amazing to me. I wouldn’t have guessed it. I’ll definitely be seeking to read more in the future from this amazing talent.