Unbind (Sub Rosa, #1) by Sarah Michelle Lynch (Review by Derek – #NerdGirlDad)


Title: Unbind (Sub Rosa, #1)

Author: Sarah Michelle Lynch

Published Date: October 20th 2014

Genre:  Romance


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We should chase away from what we’re scared of, right? Run as fast as we can. Yet some of us seem to veer toward chaos and destruction…

Chloe sees anguish and despair lurking beneath the surface of Cai Matthews, the dark and dangerously handsome freelance photographer she meets on her first day in a new job. She can’t see straight in his presence—blinded by a blistering sexual attraction that has the potential to sweep her clean off her feet.

When Cai disappears from the workplace and doesn’t come back, Chloe tries to find out more about his life but all she knows is he’s set to inherit a ton of money and his aunt runs one of the most famous fashion magazines in the world.

Cai is running from a complicated past he doesn’t like talking about. Gossip columns rage with speculation concerning him and his aunt, who took guardianship of Cai after his parents died.

Conscientious journalist Chloe has a mind for details and once she gains access to his world, Cai realises she could undo every, single dirty little secret that he and his aunt have tried desperately to cover up.


***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Derek – #NerdGirlDad’s Review***
The synopsis you will have read before ‘Unbind’ gives the bare bones of this romantic tale. What it doesn’t say is that the underlying story is good enough to stand alone as a novel without the undoubted chemistry between Chloe and Cai, and without the extremely well described sex scenes. For once, and here I congratulate the author, each love scene was individual: not merely a rehash of the same actions such as we often read.

You will soon guess that each is carefully hiding events in their past but
I for one was surprized at one or two of the revelations when all details are revealed. It is easy to love the central characters but Sarah brings to life just as vividly each and every one of the minor ones.


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