Release Me by Mish Daniels (Review by #NerdGirlSara)

Release me


Title: Release Me

Author: Mish Daniels

Published Date: April 22nd 2015

Genre: LGBT


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Cam Peterson was only trying to protect herself, and her would-be rapist ended up dead. It’s an act she’s regretted ever since. After serving her time, she’s returned home to claim her grandmother’s estate and a fresh start. Once there, she finds the town of Sweet Briar is not that forgiving. She can’t find a job, the local cops enjoy harassing her and her estranged mother is trying to take away her inheritance, The only bright spot is Laci, the girl next door. The sparks have started flying and they can’t keep their hands off each other. But Laci has dark secrets of her own. Secrets that might just kill them both.


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***#NerdGirlSara’s Review***
Release Me is the story of Cam, a woman who has just gotten out of prison for a wrongful conviction and has inherited her beloved grandmother’s house, her only home after her she came out to her parents as a teen. Ready to start her life over on the straight and narrow, she hopes to put the past behind her but a cop harassing her, a busy body neighbor trying to turn the town against her and her mysterious neighbor that she can’t seem to get out of her head.

From the synopsis I thought this was going to be more romatic suspense but it turned out to be more of a romantic erotica with obstacles standing in the way of Cam and Laci’s love. I did like the storyline and Cam’s character, I really felt for her and all the horror she had been dealt. It was definitely well written, the prose really flowed, I felt like I had just started reading when I looked down and had seen I was 80% through it. I truly enjoyed this book!


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