Sweet Redemption by Olivia Peters

Sweet Redemption by Olivia Peters
Publisher: Tirgearr Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (276 pages)
Heat Level: Hot
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Hibiscus


Breaking off my marriage of convenience to start a smoldering affair turns my world upside down. Trevor was supposed to be worth it. He nearly made me spontaneously combust in bed while showing me a love I never thought possible outside of it.

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I planned to destroy Brooklyn because someone had to pay for the sins of her father. Instead, her touch healed everything that was broken inside me, and I fell hopelessly in love with my enemy’s daughter.

Brooklyn thinks she can end us, but I’m not spending another day without her by my side. Give up on love? Never, even if it kills me.

I wanted to read and review this book after reading the blurb. The line, “… healed everything that was broken inside me” made me think that Trevor would be a little bit broody. When I see “broken” in a book’s blurb I always want to find out why the character is described/labeled that way. I couldn’t wait to dive into the story.

I wanted to love this book. However, I had to re-read a few parts before I fully understood what was happening. Granted, that may just have been my issue. I had slight difficulty keeping track of the characters’ interactions with each other. Also this is a very hot book. I suspected this would be a spicy read from the blurb, but it’s exceptionally so. However, it didn’t affect my enjoyment of this book.

Trevor initially didn’t care for Brooklyn, but that all changed. This was an “enemies-to-lovers” story and thanks to Olivia Peters and her well-written story, “Sweet Redemption”, I am now a fan of that trope.

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