April 27, 2018 3 min to read
Review: Save Me by Tiffany Snow
Category : Reviews
Computer genius China Mack may be the former head of Vigilance, the government’s clandestine spy program, but she can still be knocked off balance. And two back-to-back personal blows have thrown her into a tailspin.
While her relationship with tech billionaire Jackson Cooper is on the rocks, China is testing the boundaries of what she feels for man-of-mystery Clark Slattery. But when China learns that her mother’s death sixteen years ago wasn’t an accident, she can’t rest until she knows the truth. And China’s own father, an elusive ex–CIA agent, might have been the killer. To avenge her mother’s death, she needs help, and both Jackson and Clark step up to the plate. But when her investigation is linked to a decades-old international plot to hack the New York Stock Exchange, putting both of the men she loves in danger, China must make an impossible decision to keep them safe.
As the three of them are plunged into a far-reaching conspiracy, China’s notions of love and trust are turned upside down. For China, this final case couldn’t be more personal—or more dangerous.
Genre: Romantic Suspense, love triangle
Standalone: Best if you read the first three first
Part of a Series: Yes – Book 4 of 4 in the Corrupted Hearts series
POV: Mostly Chine
Steam Level: Toasty
Tiffany Snow is the only author I one-click buy. No need to read the blurb or see the cover. Save Me proves why I pre-order, no questions asked. Save Me has all the feels. It made me laugh out loud, gasp in shock, and cry. Tiffany Snow ripped my heart out, stomped on it, and then gave it back to me a little misshapen and told me to put it in a safe place.
I’ve been a fan of Tiffany Snow for quite sometime, have read all of her books (several multiple times) and loved the easter eggs throughout Save Me for her loyal fans and readers.
China Mack is one of my favorite heroines and I loved seeing her grow throughout this series. If you’re looking for a new favorite author, then pick up Tiffany Snow. Not only does she do suspense right, but also love-triangles (not an easy feat) with no cheating and an HEA (maybe not for one character, but with the hidden gems you see the character get his) I cannot wait for the book promised in the afterword.
Eyes the color of the Blue Screen of Death
Love isn’t a sure thing. And you’re never going to know if you don’t try.
Love opened you up to being hurt. It was akin to not only someone pointing a loaded gun at you, but handing it to them, too. You just had no idea how long you’d have until they pulled the trigger.
People hurt each other. It’s the nature of life.
Emotions were so unpredictable and volatile. I hated dealing with them.
Unmet expectations were the death of every relationship.
“People are inherently selfish. They hurt those they care about. Even when they don’t want to. It’s inevitable.”
Fond….That was safest, wasn’t it? To love someone less than they loved you? Because then they couldn’t hurt you.
Love and trust were powerful weapons that went hand in hand. Give them to the wrong person, and you may not live to regret it.
At one point, he sat down. Well, his knees sort of buckled, and there was a chair behind him, so he ended up sitting.
Now wasn’t the time to tell her that the white dress was due to custom rather than a testament to the state of my hymen.
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