AUTHOR REVIEW: SPARKING SARA BY SAMANTHA CHRISTYSparking Sara by Samantha Christy
Published by Athena Books Publishing Group on 2019
Genres: Contemporary, Contemporary Erotic Romance, Contemporary Romance, New Adult
Pages: 378
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited
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5 Stars

Three years of her life are gone in an instant.

Her memories of becoming a famous artist - forgotten.
Of the falling out with her best friend - lost.
Of her charming boyfriend - erased.

The doctors tell us getting Sara back into her normal routine is what's best for her.
But what happens when she doesn't want her old normal?

Some would say I'm trying to save ghosts from my past.
I think they're wrong.

Maybe all of them are wrong.
Maybe the best thing for Sara is me.

Sparking Sara can be read as a standalone romance. It is book two in a series that follows a group of firefighters.

I received this book for free from Kindle Unlimited in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

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KAT’S REVIEW:

Sparking Sara is an intense story about a hero and heroine trying to work through their fears and end up finding one another in the process. Both characters are damaged and have baggage, but it’s how they deal with that baggage and the old wounds that makes Sparking Sara so enticing. Ms. Christy has written a great story about faith and healing, both physically and mentally. 

The emotions are real and the action is exhilarating, yet heartwarming. Denver is vulnerable, but he never gives up. I enjoyed the camaraderie between the firefighters and the way they helped Denver work through his issues. But more importantly, I loved the faith and patience Denver had with Sara as she pieced together the last three years of her life. Even as he battled his own demons, he never stopped being a source of support for Sara. Denver is a kind-hearted, caring hero who goes above and beyond the call of duty in sparking Sara’s memory and heart.

The love these two develop for one another is inspiring and precious because no one knows what tomorrow will bring. Watching them fall in love was a pleasure. I can wait to read the next book in the series because The Men of Fire series is addictive. I’d definitely recommend Sparking Sara to my friends.

Rated 5 Ravens and a Recommended Read by Kat

 

 

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