Away with Him by Rosemary Willhide

Published: December 9, 2014

Luminosity Publishing LLP

Pages: 220

Genre: Romantic Suspense

KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I purchased this series on Amazon as a complete set, and I leave my review voluntarily.

Rosemary Willhide is an actress turned fitness instructor turned author of romantic suspense. She’s told stories and entertained people her entire life. Writing is her favorite because she doesn’t have to leave the house or put on pants! Plus, the voices in her head do what she says, for the most part! She lives in Las Vegas with her husband, Bill, and their adopted senior pooch, Brownie. She still teaches cycling classes. She claims they keep her sane-ish! If you pick up one of her books, you’re in for a ride full of suspense, humor, and page-turning drama. Also, there will be a rescue dog for some extra tail-wagging fun.

Inside their little bubble, newly engaged, Nia Kelly and Derek Pierce are blissfully happy. Their passion reaches new heights as they explore each other in sensual, wicked ways.

Unfortunately, the rest of the world has not received the memo. They are hit with a barrage of attacks from Nia’s past and Derek’s pressure-filled Hollywood career. Their happiness and future are in peril at every turn.

Derek is steadfast in his commitment to Nia. No matter what, he will never let go. Nia is his and Derek is hers—they belong together.

Nia prays their love is enough. With everything she has, she holds on and vows not to run away. It’s a promise she hopes she can keep.

“With him, I was home.”

Nia and Derek are living in complete bliss. Together they are thriving, despite having some minor disagreements. Wedding planning is going well, and their journey together is stronger than ever. Until a new actress joins the cast of Derek’s show, suddenly, things are changing, and Nia can’t handle it.

This book was a bit more relationship-based between Nia and Derek. They have a seemingly happy relationship, and they appear to fulfill each other.

They both come across as younger than they ate, though. Some of the fights and things they bicker about seem very immature. But they are equally obsessed, so I guess it balances out.

I want to get to know them both more outside of their relationship, though. Who are they as people, as friends? Their relationship isn’t all sunshine and rainbows, and I like that they embrace therapy together.

This book ended on quite a cliffhanger, so I look forward to seeing what book three has in store.

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