Don't Go

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Don't Go

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They met in high school, and Henry knew she was the one. She was different from other girls at the school, a scholarship student, and that set her apart in so many ways that would conspire to keep them apart. Henry let circumstances take her from him, but once she was back in his orbit, he was determined to keep her as the center of his universe.

This was a sweet but sexy story. Years later, Henry makes good on his promises to himself about Kory. No one could replace her in his heart, and he never settled for second best. The pursuit was dogged and determined, but not creepy. Kory had a specter from her past that loomed, but that was handled quickly and with little fanfare. This tale was more romantic and whimsical than what I'm used to from this author, but not unappreciated. It still had the steam and insta-love, just a long pause between the meeting and the consummation.

I loved that both were hung up on each other and consciously or not waited for their other half. Cameos were interspersed that added depth and continuity for the series. A quick but satisfying read.

Book Blurb for Don't Go

CEO Henry Osbourne has only ever desired one woman—the one who got away. New York Times and #1 ebook bestselling author Alexa Riley returns with Don’t Go, a virgin-hero insta-love contemporary romance in the For You series

I’ve spent the past ten years convincing myself that what I felt for her was teenage infatuation. That love so consuming couldn’t be real. Then everything went to shit, and in an instant, she was gone.

Kory Summers knew returning to New York meant running into Henry. The way her heartbeat picked up at just the thought was nervousness—not anticipation. Oh, no. She never expected to find him on her doorstep looking as handsome as ever.

She’s mine. She always has been. I’ve waited this long for her…but time’s up. I’ll use all my power, all my connections, to convince her she’s the one.

Kory ran from a boy, but a man of power and persuasion now stands in his place.

This book is approximately 20,000 words

Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2018 4.00