Saturday, September 15, 2018

Review: Labor of Love by Alexa Riley









Publication Date: September 3rd, 2018 
Series: Standalone
Rating: 5 Stars 











Official Blurb: Lucy is at the end of her rope, and the only thing she knows to do is run away. The only problem is when she gets behind the wheel she has no clue what to do. After an accident wipes out her memory she finds herself saved by someone unexpected.

Orlando is just trying to live a quiet life alone and away from the world. Until one day she comes into his life and turns it upside down. He’s never lied like this before, but he can’t let her slip away.

Warning: This Labor Day, get to work flipping pages! It’s an over-the-top amnesia romance with all the gooey stuff from Alexa Riley that you adore! 









Review: As always, AR does it again. Every time I need a sweet, sappy, and super cute little read, I always turn to these two to save the day.

Lucy’s grandfather is very abusive, so she decides to get away from him once and for all. She has never driven before, and it’s raining hard outside, and she ends up crashing into a gate. The last thing she remembers before blacking out is a man helping her get out of the car. When she wakes up, Lucy has no memory of anything, but she knows the man in front of her feels like home, so he has to be her husband, right?

Orlando has been living as a recluse ever since he got out of the military. He never expected for Lucy to come crashing into his life literary, but he knows he isn’t letting her go. He tells one little lie to Lucy about their life to keep from confusing her. How much damage could it possibly do?

This book is adorable as always. I loved Orlando right from the beginning. He was super sweet and a total alpha male in every way. I needed my daily dose of sweetness, and AR nails it for me every single time.




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