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Forbidden fruit never tasted this sweet…
“Swoon-worthy, forbidden, and sexy, Liam North is my new obsession.” – New York Times bestselling author Claire Contreras
The world knows Samantha Brooks as the violin prodigy. She guards her secret truth—the desire she harbors for her guardian.
Liam North got custody of her six years ago. She’s all grown up now, but he still treats her like a child. No matter how much he wants her.
No matter how bad he aches for one taste.
Her sweet overtures break down the ex-soldier’s defenses, but there’s more at stake than her body. Every touch, every kiss, every night. The closer she gets, the more exposed his darkest secret.
She’s one step away from finding out what happened the night she lost her family. One step away from leaving him forever.
“Overture is a beautiful composition of forbidden love and undeniable desire. Skye has crafted a gripping, sensual, and intense story that left me breathless. Get ready to be hooked!” – USA Today bestselling author Nikki Sloane
Man!!! I loved this story!!!
Well. I didn’t know what to really expect!
This is a gently taboo storyline.
A ward falling for her guardian.
The guardian is head over heels for her but knows it’s not right.
The angst in this mixed with the heat. Whew.
L O V E D it!!!
Ends on cliffhanger. Concerto out in May!!
Samantha and Liam had crazy hot chemistry between the two. I loved the dynamic. A bit of mystery and suspense with a lot of hotness thrown in was fantastic! I definitely wanted more and look forward to the next book!!
Not worth buying
I am a usual reader of Skye Warren and her books. I have read almost all of the series she has put out and I thought this one would be just as great as the rest but I was sadly disappointed.....
This book is nothing like ‘The Pawn’ series so if you’re looking for something along those lines, you won’t find it here.
‘Overture’ was about a a guy named Liam North who gains custody of Samantha after her father dies when she’s young. Samantha is a violin prodigy and is going through the faze of growing up as a woman and struggling with falling in love with Liam. The book goes on and on about them not being able to be together because of this and drawls on about how she isn’t 18 yet so Liam doesn’t want to be with her not for this reason, but because he has personal trauma and doesn’t believe he can love.
Almost every chapter goes on and on about them counting down until she’s 18 and when she finally gets to 18 it starts to sound like no we can’t be together because I just don’t know how to love. The entire book is confusing. He takes her virginity thinking it’s a dream and he fights her when she clearly wants to be with him.
Maybe that’s how I’m taking this book, but it was just all over the place. Then there was the whole thing with the coach from the school molesting the guys soccer team and I thought this was going to be a plot substance but that whole thing got solved in like the next chapter just by Samantha asking Liam to help her friend Cody.
Overall I would not recommend this book if you are a lover of skye warren’s other books. It was just lacking so much and I expected so much more. I will definitely not be preordering the next part in this series. 1 out of 5 stars.