Friday, March 31, 2017

Book Review: Embraced by Britni Hill

Media Type: Ebook
Title: Embraced
Series: Western Palm novella
Author: Britni Hill
Publisher: Self
Pages: Paperback; 176
Release Date: February 28, 2017
Source: Author

HDB Rating: 4 Keys to My Heart

Recommended to: Readers who enjoy romance

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Abby had her world rocked when her parents announced they were separating. Unable to deal, she packed up and transferred schools, heading to Western Palm. Sharing an apartment with her best friend and a roommate makes for close quarters.

Trying to stay upbeat, Abby dons a sexy costume and parties the Halloween night away with her friends. Instant attraction draws her to Adam but she’s not looking for a relationship. Certain he's just like all the others she's dated, she tries to keep her distance. Adam is relentless, constantly proving he’s worth her time.

Spending the holidays with family should be fun, but a surprise waits for Abby on Christmas Eve. Family traditions are turned into a circus and Abby loses all faith in relationships. Can Adam help her gain that confidence back and get her to embrace the way she feels for him?

I don't have a lot to say about this lovely story, except that it's worth your time. Abby and Adam find comfort in each other and their attraction grows in a very natural way. I wasn't able to connect with Abby much as a character but Adam won my heart easily.

Every relationship requires effort and compromise, and Abby's reaction to her parents separation was frustrating for me. Other than that I think the chemistry and friendship between Abby and Adam was great. 

I would recommend picking this up if you enjoy a good love story. 

Britni Hill is a new adult and contemporary romance author. She spends her days as a hair stylist, and her nights with the characters in her head striving to write real, page turning romance.

Britni lives in Indiana where she was born and raised. She has a rescue pup she adores and an unhealthy love of binging on cheesy, teenage dramas. If she isn’t writing, she’s reading or watching horror flicks with her boyfriend.
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FTC Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion.


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