Thursday, November 3, 2016

*Review* Keep Me by Faith Andrews


Sexy, tatted up, underwear model Marcus Grayson is every girl’s dream—or more likely worst nightmare. He’s a player, a self-proclaimed bachelor for life, and he’s got no problem living up to his man-whore status. But when his older sister’s friend comes back from the past, he may just have the chance to turn some of his adolescent fantasies into reality. 

Tessa Bradley is a self-sufficient, take-no-bull, single mother—well, now she is. Finally rid of her abusive, alcoholic ex, she’s making a new life for herself and catching up with old friends; the ones she was forced to break ties with because of her controlling husband. When she runs into Marcus, her friend Riley’s once-adorable turned smoking-hot little brother, she has no idea how he’s about to rock her world.

My Review:
4 out of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. I liked Tessa right away. She is sassy, caring, strong, a fighter, and is a wonderful mom. It takes a lot of strength and courage to come back from the kinds of things that she went through. Marcus grew on me throughout the story. I enjoyed watching him grow as a person and transform into the kind of man that Tessa and her son needed. Faith does such an amazing job writing the male POV. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series so I can see what's up with Riley and Beck.

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