Author: Dawn Robertson
Release Date: July 26, 2014
Aurora Alexander is everything headlines are made of.
Newly divorced single mother Aurora Alexander is trying to move on with her life.
After a string of unsuccessful blind dates, she turns to internet dating.
Everyone does it, so it has to be safe. Right?
Statistic is about Aurora Alexander. She is recently divorced with a 4-year-old son. Her friends kept setting her up on bad dates so she decided to try out a dating site, Fish in the Sea. She meets a few different guys on there and begins chatting with them and going on dates. While out on a date, someone breaks into her apartment and trashes it a little bit and leaves a note. When that happened I wasn't sure who did it but I had a pretty good idea of who it was. This incident makes Aurora feel unsafe and she ends up moving to a different house. Little does she know she still isn't safe...
And let me just say this about the ending: HOLY CRAP!! From reading reviews I knew that something big was going to happen in the end and I was nervous. I had to read it twice because I was like "WHAT??" The ending was a mind f*ck. A day later and I'm still thinking about it!
I loved this book and I didn't want to put it down. I never knew what was going to happen next. There were a lot of twists and turns. This book shows the dangers of internet dating and I can honestly say I won't be using an internet dating site anytime soon.
~ Review by Leah
WOW!! I did not see that coming at all. Out of left field, hit on the head and knocked me out!
Aurora is a newly divorced mom trying her hand at the world of dating again. She joins an online website and is quickly overwhelmed by the amount of messages she is receiving (some sweet, some lewd). She goes on dates with some of the men from the website but quickly learns that none of them are what she wants out of life.
After a while she meets Jackson and they begin to date. Their chemistry together is off the charts. After a few dates, things get steamy.
“Stop trying to cover up that body, or I am going to have to tie these (her wrists) up. And I don’t want to do that, because I wanna feel your nails digging into my ass when I finally plunge my cock inside that delicious little pussy.”
This book flowed pretty well and was a good read. There were so many twists and turns on the journey, I had no idea what to think by the time I got to the end. I had my idea of the ending throughout the entire book but by the time I got there, I had changed my opinion so many times, I was sure it wouldn’t be the ending that it was.
This is the first book I have read by Dawn and while some parts were a little slow, they didn’t stay that way for long. I can only hope there is another book to follow up with Aurora and Jackson!
~ Review by Devlynn
Dawn Robertson is a two time best selling, twenty-something indie author, and mother. She lives in sunny senior citizen packed Florida, where she wrangles her flock of kids and writes smut.
Dawn can normally be found swearing like a sailor, making late night drive-thru appearances, arguing with her kids (or being run over by their power wheels), reading a steamy romance while hiding in her bathroom, writing her little heart out on her laptop (or dragging her Macbook to the Genius bar praying they can save her latest work in progress), shopping for My Little Pony goodies, being the life of the party at a book signing, or sipping on a smoothie. She loves to hear from her fans, readers, and authors alike. Feel free to drop her a message.
Dawn rarely takes life seriously, so be sure to expect heavy sarcasm from her. She is also the life of the party, so be sure to meet up with her at one of the many author events she will be attending in the next couple months. Buy her a shot of whiskey, and she will love you for life.