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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Review Beholden to You

On the heels of tragic loss, the stunning and innocent Natalie Mason, meets handsome business mogul Mac Carter. As Natalie attempts to pick up the pieces of her shattered life, circumstances beyond her control draw her and Mac into a situation she wants kept secret. The two are a matched set having both experienced immense loss in their lives. Uncertain of what she should do, she decides to give fate a chance, opening her heart to Mac, who just wants to love her. 

But the past, who often times takes no prisoners, rears its ugly head in a double dose. Mac’s ex-girlfriend cannot accept that their love affair is over and takes drastic measures through deception and blackmail to ensure that Mac will be hers. 

Natalie, on the other hand, has to face the one responsible for her sister’s death. As her journey begins to bring justice and closure, the past transports to her feet an unexpected surprise—a long lost love desiring to posses her as his once again.

Will Mac and Natalie’s newly blossoming love be able to endure what the past has delivered or will the victors of their hearts be the old flames who are staking their claim?

4.5 Stars
A touching story with interesting characters that you can't help but connect with. I know loss, maybe not as deep as Natalie but I lost my mom when I was kid and it left its marks. I know what's it's like to fear and let that fear rule you. When you experience death firsthand, it makes you realize how quickly life can be lost and so the fear starts to creep in like a disease - be it to fear life, to fear death and/or to fear love. All three make you extremely vulnerable, open you up to all sorts of pain and sometimes its easier to just shut yourself off.  Eventually you get to the point when you realize you'll either spend the rest of your life hiding, never really living or you can jump head first and experience everything life has to offer. Unfortunately more often then not, it takes baby steps and that's exactly what Natalie does, slowly she starts to rebuild her life after many losses and she's not sure if Mac is going to be a permanent fixture or not. What would any novel be without some complications and twists along the way, which only served to make this story that much more intriguing. Be careful, Beholden to You might just blow you away *winks*. I LOVED Beholden to You. This was my first Carlie Sexton novel and I'm not disappointed. Now I'll have to play catch up and read the novels this book is a spin-off of, Happy Reading!
*ARC was supplied for an honest review
Reviewed By Nicole D.

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