Monday, September 12, 2016

Review: The Absolution of Aidan by Kathy Coopmans

The Absolution of Aidan The Absolution of Aidan by Kathy Coopmans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

You can't help but fall in love with Aidan. The dirty-talking, thief for the mafia who is also a protector of his family, selfless and caring but most of all a great dad, devoted lover and a romantic in his own right. Romance is always hearts and flowers. It's knowing your other half and giving them what you know they'll want rather than giving the stereotypical gifts. And boy does Aidan deliver - he gives as good as he gets with Deidre.
Deidre is feisty, smart-mouthed and stubborn. She's a fighter but that's what's allowed her to physically survive all that she's been through. She gets her motivation for living and healing from her little man. The love of a mother is one that can not be questioned when it comes to Diesel.
The physical attraction and push and pull of Aidan and Deidre are apparent from the moment they're in the same room. They go head to head with each other - their banter is intense foreplay for the explosion that will inevitably happen between them sexually. H.O.T. Their love is all consuming yet endearing at the same time.
Kathy Coopmans has the ability to provide you with a story that captivates you, entertains you and has you reading on just to see what happens next. AND while she provides you with all you could want with the main characters, she's also developing the sub-characters so that they too are pulled into the storyline and sets up the perfect transitions to the next release.
Bring on Dilan and Anna - I can't wait!

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