Sunday, December 29, 2013

Yours to Keep

Yours to Keep by Serena Bell

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Adult,
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Serena Bell makes her Loveswept debut with the captivating story of a woman living on the edge—and the man who’s destined to love her.

Ana Travares has been looking over her shoulder her whole life. Her U.S. visa expired when she was a young girl, and if her secret is discovered, she’ll be forced to return to the Dominican Republic. Ana allowed herself to get close to someone once before—and after he broke her heart, she swore never to make the same mistake again. But when a handsome doctor asks for her assistance, she fantasizes about breaking all her rules.

Even though pediatrician Ethan Hansen is a natural when it comes to little kids, as the single father of a teenage son he just can’t seem to get it right . . . except for the Spanish tutor he’s hired for his son, Theo. Ana has managed to crack Theo’s shell—and he isn’t the only one taken with her. The sexy tutor has fired up Ethan with a potent mix of lust and protectiveness. But as he starts to envision a future with Ana, Ethan is devastated to learn the truth about her citizenship. Somehow he’s got to find a way to help her—and hold on to the woman he’s falling hopelessly in love with.

Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: Accidental Cowgirl, After the Kiss, and Blue Lines.

My Thoughts:

This must be the first book that I've come across with the whole illegal immigrant point of view. See I know many people have a negative view towards illegal immigrants. In this book it wasn't even Ana's fault that she ended up with an expired visa. I loved how hard working Ana was, she never took things for granted. I liked that she was loving and selfless and helped take care of her family. I naturally didn't like her brother but I get that he's trying to protect her but its too much. I liked Ethan's character he was a loving father and caring towards others. What I hated was that they weren't that open with each other but then again who is that open within a short time of knowing each other. I wished they just sat and talked with each other rather then jetting when things got tough. I thought this story was well written but it felt like it dragged sometimes but its not even a big deal. What I liked about this book was even if its fiction situations like Ana's happen a lot and since there are people out there with negative view of illegal immigrants I feel like a book like this can help a person be more open minded. Ana was just down on her luck she wasn't a bad person and I can only imagine many people out there like her going through this. Well maybe not exactly like this because this book is fiction.. Overall I enjoyed this book and highly recommend you lovely readers to check this book out.

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