Posted: Aug. 23, 2013
One step away from the coveted Vice Presidency of her firm, the last thing Kat Owens needs is the distraction of a man. Her client, Erik Monteague, disagrees. He’s charming, sexy, seductive, and impossible to ignore or refuse. After succumbing to his advances, Kat’s forced to choose between her career and the man she’s fallen for... while knowing even her love might not be enough to save him from self-destructing.
While Erik’s perfectly executed seduction gets Kat into his bed, the end result is more than he bargained for. Having spent the past ten years wallowing in guilt and self-loathing over his fiancée’s tragic death, falling in love is unacceptable. However, Kat’s passionate, loving nature dissolves the carefully constructed walls guarding his heart, forcing him to face his tragic past and make a decision... spend the rest of his life running, or risk being devastated by love again?
Savin’Me is one of those stories that the heart know what it wants. When it wants what it wants, it has to have it. This is the case with Erik Monteague and Kat Owens. Erik is a fun loving man whore basically if you listen to the word on the street. Yet, a very sexy, nice and rich one. But, he has a dark side that he keeps hidden and makes him sad at times. This is not how Kat had seen him when she met him about 14 months ago in a bar and they had spent one amazing hot night together. The one night that she has relived over and over again. Seeing that she is not one to have one not stands and not knowing how to handle it and him telling her over and over again that night that he was not the keeping kind of guy she snuck out before he woke up. Which he was night happy about considering that was usually his M.O. and this one time he really wanted to get to maybe get to know her (no that can’t be right he never dates anyonemore than once when it’s a one night stand, right?) Watch this tale of sorrow unfold and see why Erik is living in the past and allowing it to effect his present. You will not be disappointed. The characters are conflicted souls that you fill for. Erik’s friends are fun and I like the way Kevin gets his goat. This is a HEA. Provided by netgalley.com Expect steamy with this story, bring out the fan girls.