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Sunday, August 11, 2013

My Review for Frontline by Alexandra Richland

This book took me by surprise. I loved this book because it was so good and funny as hell. Sara went into work one night as a nurse working the night shift and this one night shift completely changed her life. She ends up meeting Trenton Merrick and in just one meeting the sparks go off between them. Their relationship is a whirlwind relationship. I mean it takes off fast. Sara's two friends are hilarious. The advice they give her is exactly what we girls do when we are mad at a guy. Trenton is very mysterious and Sara can't figure him out. Is he a good guy or a bad guy? She doesn't know but what she does know is that she is very attracted to him. Trenton is a little like Christian Grey but only with the Alpha Male. Sara is not one that takes orders easily, and it's funny how she reacts to the things he does to keep her safe. This book definitely has romance, mystery, suspense, and comedy. I love these types of books because it gives you everything all rolled up in one book. I suggest to read this book because you will definitely fall in love with Trenton and the chemistry between him and Sara.


About Alexandra Richland:
Alexandra Richland spends rotating twelve-hour shifts working as a registered nurse at a Toronto hospital, indulging in her love of science and medicine, and caring for patients with their own unique tales to tell. When she is not on duty, Alexandra escapes into her own imagination. Therein lies a fantasy world of thrilling adventure, gorgeous men, classic Hollywood glamour, exotic getaways, and a seductive dose of romance. Alexandra captures these stories in her popular novels, The Starlight Trilogy and Frontline, and her short story, Gilded Cage. Say hello to her on Facebook and on Twitter.

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