Saturday, September 24, 2016

With Every Breath by Maya Banks

Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers
Date published: August 23, 2016
ISBN: 978006241016
Contemporary romance
Reviewed by Gabrielle (

Obtained via publisher

Rating: 3 Hearts

Eliza has a past and it seems that it is coming back to haunt her. When she was young she was terrorized by an evil man yet she found the strength to put that man in jail, but now he is out and looking for payback. Can Eliza protect herself and those that she has come to care for?  Wade knows something is wrong with Eliza and is not about to  let her do this alone. This time she will have help no matter if she wants it or not.

If you follow this series you will have met Wade and Eliza already. After seeing their past interactions I was excited to get to read their story.  Eliza is a strong woman who can take care of herself and is a good match for Wade. He is a good man and proves it in this book.  The two work well together and make a nice couple. The attraction between the two is something else and I enjoyed watching it turn into something deeper.
Maya Banks does a good job of putting the romance and action together in this book. I really liked that Eliza is a tough lady and was ready to fight the battle even alone. This story is full of emotion and grabs your attention right from the start. Wade is a very dominant man and he will stop at nothing to protect Eliza. He has grown tired of ignoring his feelings for her and is more than ready to act on them. I enjoyed watching the two work through everything. From keeping everyone safe from the evil to figuring out where they stand as a couple. Love and trust are hard things to find and even harder to keep. Eliza and Wade learn this lesson the hard way. I enjoyed seeing the two fight to save what they could have in the future and for what they have just started together. Their story is a nice installment to this series and I hope that this is not the last time we get to visit this world.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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