Review: Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley

August 8, 2016 2016 Review Challenge, 3.0 Stars, Book Review, contemporary, damsel in distress, ebook, Erotic Romance, Insta-love, insta-love, insta-lust, Kindle Unlimited 2016, Romance, self published, short story/Vignette, Unlimited 0 ★★★

Review: Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley three-stars
Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley
Published by Alexa Riley on July 5, 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Erotic, Romance
Pages: 84
Format: eBook
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Derek aka Phoenix is a New York City fire fighter and has dedicated his life to saving people. When he loses two of his men in the line of duty, he doesn’t know if he’ll be able to see the light again.

However, when an angel in the form of a woman named Fia appears before him, his world as he knows it is turned upside down.

Fia has been working hard to make money so she can finish her last semester of school. A fire in her building sets her back to square one, but the fireman who saves her turns out to be more than she ever expected.

Once he gets his arms around her, there’s no letting go. Because when you’ve got your forever in your arms, nothing else matters.

Warning: This is hot and fast insta-love that ignites the pages. It’s burning heat that combusts into an inferno of lava. Okay, that’s all the fire words I could come up with. Now insert a pun about a big hose. It’s quick, dirty, and ridiculously over the top.

Woot! This is one of the more detailed (read: better) AR books I’ve read in some time!!!

Yaaaay for plots!!

Holding His Forever is a pretty standard AR book: Tall, buff, wealthy-ish, large dude meets small, helpless, petite, delicate blonde chick. They fall in love at first sight, she’s a virgin and You know the AR deal by now!

I enjoyed Holding His Forever a lot more than the other recent AR reads I’ve had lately – she gave us some plot! SO excited! T

The beginning of Holding His Forever is pretty solid for AR. he H/h had a reason for meeting and even a reason for spending their initial time together. Of course, the plotting breaks down into virgin “I love Yous” with tons of unprotected sex very, very quickly, but I don’t care. Finally! At least a little plot!

Even better, like Thief, the story doesn’t end automatically once the couple have sex and exchange a ton of body fluids.

All in all, I enjoyed it! There was some eye-rolling but whateves.

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