Review: Take Me Back by Meghan March
Note: This ARC was provided by the author via InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.
Ten days.One marriage to save.We can do this.
Dane and Katerina Cross have been married for two years, but as they celebrate their anniversary, it feels as if what began as a whirlwind romance meant for eternity is falling apart around them. There's no doubting they love one another, but with too many things still unsaid, maybe love isn't enough for their marriage to survive. They've got ten days together as husband and wife to fix what's broken, but is there anything worth saving for Dane and Kat?
I'm keeping this short and sweet and as vague as possible. The synopsis I gave is basically the same thing you'll get when you read the one for Meghan March's latest release, Take Me Back. There's a reason why you'll notice countless readers and bloggers have kept things brief. No one wants to be the spoiler in the group, and trust me, you'll want to go into it with nothing more than the synopsis, March's track record, and glowing reviews to go on.
The author's penchant for steamy sex scenes is ever-present and if you're a reader familiar with Meghan March's work, you know she can do sweet just as well. But what I love is how she's able to throw in another aspect, one I've seen in her past work, except she's taken it several notches higher. Maybe I'm wrong, but I wouldn't be surprised if this is just the beginning of a new series. Take Me Back is one of the author's very best. Five-plus stars. ♥
Date Read: 22 March 2017
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