Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Review for Love: Uncivilized by Sawyer Bennett


How did things ever get to be so difficult?

Nearly eight years of marriage.
Two kids.
Hectic careers and major life choices.

Throw in sexual frustration, doubts, insecurities and one wild man not completely tamed by society, and you have a Christmas that’s bound to get out of control. Zacharias Easton will show you just how uncivilized love can be.

** Love: Uncivilized is a follow up novella to the book, Uncivilized. While it can be read as a stand alone, it is best appreciated after having read Uncivilized first.

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Review: 4.5 Stars

I snicker, because while Zach has truly become modernized and even developed very progressive thinking, there's still a caveman buried deep down inside of him.

Every now and then you are just blessed with a great sequel in novella fashion, especially when you figured the story was over. That's the case with this book, a HUGE bonus when I found out we got more of Zach's crazy primal sexual nature. But we also got a little reality of life thrown to us in the form of an extended epilogue of sorts for Moira and Zach. 

Moira and Zach go through a rough patch that I think is pretty understandable in many marriages where you have one working spouse and one not, but then you add in a second job, and it gets thrown for a loop. I really liked how their love was one that could surpass any hurdle thrown their way, even though they had to work through it. While their struggle was fixable, it still put a strain on their marriage and allowed for some pondering. It didn't, however, add much angst or drama to the book, so it was a very easy flowing book with no hiccups, per se. 

Zach is all man. He's protective, he's fierce, he's loving and he's loyal. Oh....and if I forgot to mention it, he is HOT! We got more of his perfection in this book and that is always a treat. We got some of his insecurity and naiveté as well.  Moira is still the very strong and determined woman we met in Uncivilized. She has this crazy ability to read her husband and she is very forgiving and understanding, to a fault. The two of them, in their own heads, with their own worries, cause more drama than talking things out. But, given the circumstances, this is the perfect example of life getting in the way of things. I really loved their story and enjoyed their love and the ability to work things out. This was a quick read and a great look into the 'after' story of Moira and Zach. 




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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author, Sawyer Bennett is a snarky southern woman and reformed trial lawyer who decided to finally start putting on paper all of the stories that were floating in her head. Her husband works for a Fortune 100 company which lets him fly all over the world while she stays at home with their daughter and three big, furry dogs who hog the bed. Sawyer would like to report she doesn't have many weaknesses but can be bribed with a nominal amount of milk chocolate.

Sawyer is the author of several contemporary romances including the popular Off Series, the Legal Affairs Series, the Last Call Series and the Carolina Cold Fury Hockey Series.



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