September 9, 2018 2 min to read

Review: Recovering Ivy by Riley Edwards

Category : Reviews

Synopsis:
We met in a bar.

The sex was phenomenal.

Then I walked away.

That’s where our story should’ve ended.

But he found me. Now he knows my real name, my secrets, and all the details of my sordid past.

I’m out for revenge and no one will stop me; not even the pragmatic Zane Lewis. If he thinks he can silence me with the promise of more mind-bending sex, he’s wrong.

Ivy Matthews is the most frustrating female I’ve ever known. I’ve broken terrorists faster than I can pull information from her sweet lips.

The only time she’s pliant is when she’s under me, or when my mouth is exploring her sexy curves, and then the most exquisite filthy words and breathy moans fill my ears.

If she thinks she can walk away from me, she’s wrong.

I’ve found the one–my perfect match–my equal.

Come hell or high-water Ivy is mine.

My Review:
Genre:: Romance – Suspense, Military
Standalone: Yes
Part of a Series: Yes Book 4 of Riley Edward’s Red Team and also Special Forces: Operation Alpha
POV: Zane and Ivy
Steam Level: hot
5/5

This is my first Red Team book I’ve read by Riley Edwards and I have not read any of the Susan Stoker books that this series was based around. However I had no problem diving in and catching up to the characters. I adore Riley Edwards’ writing Reclaiming Ivy pulled me in from the start. It was sexy, intriguing, emotional, and smart. The theme of the family you make versus the family you are born into and fighting for those you love is throughout. I absolutely loved this book and want to dive into the rest. Reclaiming Ivy is a great romantic suspense that is action-packed and keeps you guessing throughout.

I received this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.

Favorite Quotes:

  • If I thought his voice was sexy, it had nothing on the man himself.
  • He fucked me with precision and determination. Two words I’d never thought to associate with sex.
  • This life is about give and take, keeping those scales balanced, and making sure you give back more than you take.
  • Life moves on, Zane. Whether you choose to move with it or not, it’s moving.
  • Was it possible for two fucked-up, broken people to find solace in one another?
  • “You have a choice. But not a say.” “That makes no sense, Zane.” “Sure it does. I get the say, and you get the choice of how difficult you’re going to be before you come around to my way of thinking.”
  • The line between lust and hate was razor thin.

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