Thursday, June 13, 2013

ARC Review: Awakening by Serena Grey

Sophie Bennett has virtually no experience with men. Orphaned from birth, she's gone from living with her reclusive spinster aunt, to a sheltered education in a catholic boarding school. So nothing prepares her for David Preston. The intensely attractive business-man is entirely out of her league. Can she handle such a dangerous man, or is she in over her head?

**ARC Provided in exchange for a fair and honest review**

Sophie hasn't had the best upbringing. She never knew her father and her mom died during child birth forcing her to live with her aunt who was less then happy to play parent. She sent Sophie to boarding school where Sophie lived a sheltered and unhappy life. At 18, she's back home, when her aunt dies she's left with nothing. A tiny apartment and a job that she fears won't last long. Until one day, a devastatingly handsome man walks into her life and introduces her to a passion she's never known. 

This story is short, like 95 pages on my iPad short. The problem is, it was so short that I didn't get the chance to really feel enough for what it was. The story will continue and I imagine that as it does, and more is unraveled, I will want to adjust my review but based on this story alone, I feel like it's a nice, passionate story of learning new experiences. I'm anxious for the next one and this isn't even out yet. 

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