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February 20, 2016


G.E. Taylor

His common sense said let her go.
His instincts said not yet.
Listening to his instincts was
the best decision he'd ever made.

(from back of book)

Allison North’s flight to freedom is dangerous and desperate. As she scrambles into the stranger’s car crying “drive,” she prays to God this is not her last day on earth. Usually not a gambler, this move is high-stake gambling. Bruised, battered, and with no money, she needs a place to hide and heal until she finds work as a pastry chef. When the stranger offers her shelter, she takes it even as fear rushes up her throat and threatens to choke her. Would she live to regret her decision? Mason Franklin cannot believe his eyes but, with her urgent cry ringing in his ears, he presses the gas and the car leaps forward. What had possessed her to do such a dangerous act? He intends to find out. But no amount of probing loosened her tongue. Just when he decides to let her go, he accidently sees her bruised body. Angry that someone did that to her made him want to meet the coward. He offers her shelter. Under his roof, he discovers she is the pastry chef who could not only lift his business to the top, but who built up a need in him that only she can satisfy. The wild passion they share can only lead to one conclusion.

  • Paperback: 250 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 29, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1515261182
  • ISBN-13: 978-1515261186

I became hooked on reading romance novels during my teen years and my attempt at writing began in high school.  All of my manuscripts were mailed under my bed.  Eventually, I threw out most of them.  That was painful especially since I'd hand written them first, then typed them on my old typewriter.
In college I majored in English but ended up with a Master in Social Work and a Master in Education.
Though I had these different career paths, I never gave up my passion for writing. Now I'm much more committed to it and writing full time. I've drawn on my years of practicing social work to give my work authenticity and realism.
I live in New Jersey with my family.

The author, G.E. Taylor gives the reader all. It's a romance novel but different. You get suspense, romance, mystery and some fast action.  The minute you start turning the pages you won't be able to let go. You won't be able to turn the pages fast enough. I found my heart beating a little fast.  The author wrote of such detailed characters.  They were realistic, like you were there when Allison tries to gain her freedom.  When Mason steps on the gas, you can almost feel the car speed up.  You find yourself relating to the characters. You'll be asking yourself if the decisions they make are the right ones.  Is that what you would do? The author has written a book full a web of emotions,where the entanglements keep you thinking, What's Next"?

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author, G.E. Taylor, in exchange for my unbiased view. No other compensation took place.

I would give this book 5 STARS.



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