Title: Mine For Tonight
Author: J. S. Scott
Published: July 20, 2014 by Golden Unicorn Enterprises, Inc.
Purchased: March 7, 2015, free on Kindle.
Blurb: Down on her luck, nursing student and full-time waitress Kara Foster gets a massive blow to her already desperate financial situation that will surely find her living on the streets. Needing nothing less than a miracle to save her, Kara gets rescue from an unknown, unlikely and overwhelming source. Billionaire Simon Hudson makes her an offer that is impossible to refuse, but terrifying to accept from a man that she’s never met. Will the handsome, alpha billionaire really be a solution to her problems, or will he end up being a major complication and a danger to her emotional sanity?
Reclusive billionaire Simon Hudson would rather be behind a computer creating computer games than rubbing elbows with the elite and he knows exactly what he wants…until he meets Kara Foster. Something about Kara touches Simon in ways he’s never experienced and definitely doesn’t like. For over a year, Simon watches over Kara, but stubbornly refuses to admit his desire to possess her, not even to himself. But when she ends up in a situation that could very well be her destruction, Simon steps up to help her, not realizing that in saving Kara, he might very well be salvaging his own soul.
Review: First off, let me tell you that this book is not paranormal and I’m really glad that I went out of my favorite genre for this.
I was honestly surprised.
I know that I said I should stop judging books by their covers and I’ve been proven wrong before but, I just can’t seem to help it, especially with books like this. In my opinion, it’s Fifty Shades of Grey’s fault for giving these books a bad image and I really shouldn’t let one bad book ruin others for me but, I just can’t help it.
I’m just glad that it hasn’t ruined me to the point where I won’t try it. I’m more than willing to give a book a chance, even though in my mind, I’m thinking that it’s going to end up being horrible.
I was pleasantly surprised with it. It’s short but, that’s aright it doesn’t need to be any longer. It was written so well and in such a way that, instead of just telling a story about two people, it was written like the readers are actually inside their heads, reacting to what they’re reacting to; it made it easy to connect.
I would highly recommend this to anyone who is either looking for something a little spicy and a feel-good romance.
Thank you for reading my review.