Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Beholden to You by Carlie Sexton


Natalie Mason has lost her parents, from sickness and a car accident, then a few years later loses her younger sister.  As she attempts to go on with her life, she heads to Las Vegas to celebrate two of her friends upcoming marriages.   There she hangs out with Mac Carter, a friend of the future grooms.   Mac can understand Nat’s feelings, due to the fact that he lost his parents also.    Afraid to open her heart and accept Mac’s love she holds back. 
When they return to their lives, Mac’s crazy ex is trying to place doubts and get Mac back.  Things get a little complicated and scary.   All of this complicates their relationship and both Mac and Nat must deal with it.  

My Review:

This is a book that I could not put down.  I started it just before dinner and stayed up well past midnight finishing.  The plot moved along, but not so fast that feelings got lost in the rush.  The characters are characters that I truly care about and wanted to jump in and give them advice or just a hug.  Although, there were a few times I wanted to shake Nat, tell her to wake up, see what amazing man she has loving her, but she managed to find her way without my guidance.

Beholden to You has everything I love.   Hot and steamy romance, some mystery, great friendships, and a ton of romance.   I certainly recommend this book to all.   I am now officially a Carlie Sexton fan. 


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