Oliver by F.G. Adams

A Bookworm Review by Ana

Oliver

Romance

I give this book 5 stars!

Never give up love and never surrender

Have a look at the blurb:

Soulmates destined to collide.

Six years after surviving a tragic loss, a photograph of a young woman turns Oliver Bishop’s world upside down. He’s on a mission, tracking her from state to state. Each stop bringing him closer to finding her. Will his search find the ghost vixen, or will the madman stalking her get to her first?

After fourteen years of running from a nightmare, Fallyn Blackwood barely escaped her stalker’s clutches in Washington. When a sexy stranger walks into Ray’s Diner, her entire world shifts on its axis. Scared and determined, she finds herself fighting his protective nature—and her desire. The problem is, she’s not looking to be saved.

He’s come too far to back down. He found her, and he won’t let go. Freedom from the past is within his grasp, and he’ll fight for her love.

Oliver-eBook 2

#MyReview:

I can’t think straight. I mean it. I have so many books to read, so many to choose from but how do I do it? How can I choose a book over another? Let’s face it!  I can’t. So I need to keep reading and reading untill I’m able to minimize my TBR.
F. G. Adams has a detailed, sassy and so hot writing that will leave you breathless. But let’s face it, a book written by two authors  you know what you’ll find.
Oliver is the third book from This Is Life series and tells the stories of Oliver and Fallyn.
Oliver is a military man that endured a tragic loss, his fiancé, his best friend and because of that he give himself to his job. When he’s given the mission to protect Fallyn he can’t imagine the turn his life is about to have.
Fallyn is on the run for 14 years and don’t know for how long she needs to keep doing it. She doesn’t trust anyone because the person who should have been there for her betrayed her and because of him she’s still on the run. When a mysterious man appeared in front of her she can’t forget the desire or the need to be protected. But what does this mean? Can she be saved? Does she wants to be save?
And I was right? This book is raw, intense and hot. The story unfolds in a way that glued me to my Kindle. Once I started to read I couldn’t put it down. The plot is additive, intense and the timeline is smooth.
In this book you can find everything from suspense, crime, betrayal and violence to love,  happiness and complicity. And don’t get me talking about the hot scenes because they are raw,  intense and so hot. Trust me and go grab your copy and see doe yourself.
Thanks F. G. Adams for this amazing book and I can’t wait to read more from you.

A Few Teasers:

Excerpt:

By the time I’ve showered and changed, the delectable aroma of pizza permeates the room. Oliver is perched on the bed, taking up most of the space, with a piece of mouth-watering heaven in his hands. His hair is wet and he has a new change of clothes on. Where did he shower? Do I really care? He looks good enough to eat.

Just then my tummy grumbles, reminding me of another hunger. I lift the box. When I notice what he’s ordered, I freeze in my tracks.

“You don’t like chicken and jalapeño pizza? Ever since trying it in Texas, I don’t want another flavor. I’m obsessed.”

He snorts, takes a bite, and points to a corner desk.

“I ordered a salad and chicken tenders if you would rather have that.”

“It’s not that. It’s my go-to pizza of choice. Harper devours mine at least once a week.”

He stops chewing and stares quizzically my way.

“You don’t say?”

I wonder what else we have in common. Is he the yin to my yang, the Tom to my Jerry, the warmth needed to melt the ice in my heart?

Before I have time to respond, he asks, “Beer or wine?”

“Beer, of course,” I answer immediately.

“Football or baseball?”

“Football. You know I’m from the south. We love our teams.”

“Gator or Nole?”

“Florida Gator all the way, baby. Before all this happened, I planned on going to college in Gainesville.”

I shrug, push the haunting memories back, and focus on enjoying the game we are playing.

“Chocolate or vanilla?”

“Neither. Chunky Monkey.”

“Really? Okay. What about river or beach?”

“Depends. Do we fish or swim?”

“Fish.”

“Then river. Okay, stud, my turn.”

From out of nowhere, a devilish grin appears. He inclines his chin then sinks his teeth into the steaming pie.

“Sunrise or sunset?”

I chew a jalapeño and wait.

“Sunrise.”

“Ford or Chevy?”

“Ford.”

“Country or rock ’n roll?”

His forehead crinkles deep in thought before he answers.

“Nope can’t choose. Love ‘em both.”

Mouth full of yumminess, I reply, “Fair enough, Ollie. I totally agree with you. Spring or fall?”

“Well, since that’s when I kissed you, fall is my preference, baby.”

I stutter, shocked by his answer, and whisper, “Hipster or bikini?”

“Commando.”

He smirks.

“Then I won’t tell you what I’m wearing under these clothes,” I playfully banter.

Links:

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Amazon DE http://amzn.to/2pbgciK

 

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About the Authors:

F.G. Adams writes contemporary and paranormal romance about sexy alpha heroes and feisty-mouthed heroines. The wonder twins forming F.G. enjoy a healthy obsession of reading that started at a young age. Their books reflect an avid imagination that was cultivated by their grandmother who taught them the mind has no limits and to use both hands when reaching for the stars. Partners in writing, they both thrive on creating unique storylines for you, the reader to enjoy.
When not writing, you can find them on a beach with their significant other enjoying the waves or riding a Harley on a country road somewhere in the USA.

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