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Book Review: Moth to a Flame by K. Webster

Lia Finch was a popular college cheerleader with a bright future at her fingertips. One fateful night, a terrible incident redefined her, making her literally run for the hills. Her new life is one of routine and caution. She can’t ever risk becoming that person again. When she meets Cale, he threatens everything she’s worked so hard to become.

Cale has had a life of heartache and pain. Everyone he has ever cared about has left him. Now he lives a lonely, empty life. When he meets Lia, his crippled heart starts to beat again. She’s an enigmatic woman that wars daily between being incredibly tough and completely terrified. He wants to help her win that war.

When their pasts resurface and collide with the present, the one shot they have at a future together is at stake.

Can they find a way to be whole again and still find a place in each other’s hearts?

Moth to a Flame is another great hit by K Webster. I knew from the moment that I read the prologue that I was going to be hooked, and I was. This book hit the ground running and never let up.

I really enjoyed Cale and Lia’s relationship. It was definitely a love at first sight type of romance, but I think it was executed really well. Cale and Lia are both very passionate and I think that complemented one another really well.

Moth to a Flame was a sexy, intense, suspenseful read. It had some great twists and turns. I figured out pretty early on what was going on in the story, but I enjoyed watching the story unravel. There is nothing better than that moment when you realize that you were right about something all along!

Moth to a Flame is a quick but enjoyable read. If you are a K. Webster fan, you will not be disappointed. My only complaint is that I didn’t want the story to end!

 

*ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review

*Teaser image via author’s Facebook page

Purchase Links:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/1upUp3d 
B&N: http://bit.ly/1rqwjXG

 

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