Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Review: Awakened by Him

Awakened by Him by Eyta Jade
 Zinklaus Trilogy Book 1
Romantic Suspense

Falling into him was a dance with destiny; little did she know it would be her unravelling. 

Zina at 24 and fresh out of the academic world, arrives in London for a new paralegal job. She is thrown for a loop when her chance at something new and uncomplicated is threatened from the moment she meets business magnate, Niklaus Clarke.

He wants more from her than she’s willing to give, because giving him more means undoing her past which she’s been running from. Unable to resist the undeniable attraction she feels, or the allure of the unyielding billionaire who didn’t get to where he is by giving up, Zina surrenders.

What should have been a mere awakening turns into blurred lines and shattering of boundaries. Until their secrets, lies and half-truths threaten the gravity that pulls them toward each other. 

Bridges will be crossed, bridges will be burnt. But, will bridges be rebuilt?

4 out of 5 fairies

Awakened by Him is a great read. I easily lost myself in the pages of this story. I have to admit if Niklaus crossed paths with me and wanted anything from me I'd probably give it to him in a heart beat. Zina is an amazing heroine, very relatable, strong, yet human. Highly recommend for anyone looking for a romance that isn't obviously headed for a happily ever after right from the start, but has plenty of tension. 

Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads

About the Author: When Eyta Jade read Danielle Steele's Full Circle, a dream was born. A dream to evoke the kind of emotions that reading Full Circle did in her. Eyta knew that no matter what or how long it took, she would always find her way to becoming an author.

When Eyta isn't penning down tastefully written steamy romance stories, you'd find her reading one instead. Lest we forget, she obsesses over wine, soul and RnB music.

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