Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Again for the First Time by Raven St. Pierre Review
This was my very first Raven St. Pierre book and boy have I been missing out! AGAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME is a sweet romance with a twist. It's based on the premise that if given the opportunity, two strangers can marry and possibly make a marriage work just as well as a couple who have dated for years. Lissette an Luke are two seemingly very different people from different backgrounds who agree to be part of a documentary that will change their lives forever.
Lissette is in the middle of very hard times. After losing her job and struggling with starting her own business she's also dealing with the loss of a man that she had hoped would be there for her during her crisis. Luke on the other hand agrees to the challenge set by his brother Matt, who is behind the documentary, in order to make what he hopes will be enough money to help pay off debt that he incurred after his own personal tragedy.
There are no billionaires, overly possessive Dominants, or scary bad guys in AGAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME. What the reader gets from St. Pierre is an honest to goodness, heartfelt, sigh inducing romance between two people who genuinely deserve their happily ever after.
**I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.**
“Marry me” were the last words Luke thought he’d say to a perfect stranger. Then again, Lissette never dreamed she’d actually say “yes”.
But she did…
The odds are against them from the start of their less than conventional marriage, but the couple quickly realizes that their newfound love is absolutely worth the risk.