Title: Savage Savior
Series: Savage People Book 3
Author: Charleigh Rose
Genre: Dark Erotic Romance Standalone
“Um. There are no words. None. Because holy crap was that book everything I thought it would be and more.” - Tongan Book Lover
“OMFG Charleigh Rose you guys are some dirty bitches! I FLOVE Carter!!!! He is MINE I don't care what anyone says.” - Reader Review
“I loved this book couldn't put it down,was so worth the wait.” - Reader Review
Love. It's a strange thing, isn't it? It can make you. Break you. Take you to places you've never been before. I know what they say about him. What he does for the Irish mafia in New York. But the thing is, love is blind. It binds. And now, we're bound for life.
1. Our heroes should always be so alpha, you won't be able to read them in public.
2. Heroines will always be sassy, strong and take zero sh*t from their men.
3. Taboo, dark, twisted, weird, bizarre and original. We won't give you what you've already seen a million times before.
4. The sex will be explicit, hot, smutty, and completely insane. Make sure your door is locked and you have a toy around when you read us. We're dedicated to fulfilling your fantasies and to having fun with each other. We created this pen name so we can play around with our readers and each other (naughty naughty). Buckle up and join the ride!
I received a copy of this story for an honest review.
What I Loved: Charleigh Rose stories always include knock your socks off, hotter than hot sex scenes and the connection between Carter and Quinn makes the scenes ten times more intense. I was able to finish the story in one sitting and was satisfied with the leads growth and development. There is a great epilogue that puts a nice little bow on the series.
What I Didn't Love: Though this can be read as a standalone, I went into this read with some high expectations after the first two Savage People stories and some of those expectations weren't met. This story had a really dark tone and Carter constantly pushing away Quinn took a toll on the story. While still good, there was a missing "IT" factor that made the first two Savage People great.
"Sometimes the most beautiful things are born out of darkness."