Review: Oliver by F.G. Adams

Genre: Suspense, Contemporary Romance
Pages: 320
Published: April 3rd, 2017
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Summary: 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.

My Rating: 4 Stars

my-thoughts

I received an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.

This was my first read by F.G. Adams and my first book of the This is Our Life Series. These books can be read as stand alones.

Oliver has had his share of lost and heart break. Today, he is focusing on one thing only, find Fallyn and Harper and keep them safe. However, finding the pair was not an easy task. Going on lead and lead until one day they are discovered in a small town.

The only problem is, Mama Bear Fallyn isn’t having any of it. She doesn’t need saving.

After following them for so long, he has developed feelings for Fallyn, so when he meets her, the chemistry is out of this world.

Check this one out! It’s very original!

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