Tina would rather sew up her girl parts with dental floss than go on a second date with a man. She's been dumped enough to know not to get attached.
So how DOES she end up half-naked in Surgical Suite B with Dr. Darion?
Dr. Darion has a lot to hide. His baby sister is the only family he has left, and
he’s not leaving her treatment to some incompetent hack.
But now he’s breaking every hospital rule imaginable. He lied about his sister so he can manage her care, and now he’s banging the art therapy teacher between patient rounds like a fraternity boy at a keg party.
But Dr. Darion and Tina have one thing going for them – a fierce passion for each other that just might obliterate all their doubts, and solve all their problems.
Forever Sheltered includes many favorite characters from Forever Innocent and Forever Loved, as well as the much-anticipated wedding of Gavin and
It is a standalone HEA that does not require reading any other parts of the Forever series.
Some of you may remember my reviews of Forever Innocent and Forever Loved. I'm a huge fan of the series, so I was hyped when I found out there was going to be a 3rd book in the series about Tina, Corabelle's friend and art therapist.
Although Forever Sheltered, the 3rd book in the series, can be read alone, I personally recommend reading the whole series in order. Part of that is because you’d miss out on some really amazing books if you didn’t read them, but it’s also because the first 2 books give us more background info on Tina so you already have an idea of the things she’s dealt with that make her character who she is before starting Forever Sheltered.
This book wasn’t quite as emotional to me as the first two books in the series, which was a nice change. There’s only so much crying a girl can do, though I do admit I got teary eyed a few times over Darion and Cynthia’s situation. In Forever Innocent and Forever Loved, I found myself more connected to Corabelle and wasn’t a huge fan of Gavin, but I actually had the opposite
feeling with these characters. I liked Tina but wasn’t able to connect to her
quite as well as I was with Corabelle, but I really loved Darion’s character and
how he was willing to lay everything on the line for Cynthia.
Now I just hope Deanna Roy gives us Jenny’s story soon because I’m dying to know more about her.
Overall, I give this book 4 stars and highly recommend it if you’re a fan of the NA/contemporary romance genre.
*Disclaimer: An ARC was provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.
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