February 6, 2020 1 min to read
Review: Keeper by Harloe Rae
Category : Reviews
“Will you help me remember?”
That’s the second thing I ask the stranger hovering just outside of my hospital room. To me, Decker Fredric is another nameless face in the crowd. To him, I’m a forgotten girl he hasn’t seen in years. But he agrees to be my crutch through the fog as if we were once friends.
Everything is a blank canvas spreading far and wide in front of me. Any direction I take, my steps stumble over the unknown. Decker becomes the only reliable constant in my life. I lean on him too hard, but he doesn’t seem to mind. His unwavering patience and guidance restore some semblance of normal I don’t recall having.
My attraction to Decker is instant, but he appears indifferent. Until the day his stare holds a bit too much heat. In return, I dare to let my touch linger. Our hugs cling tighter than a simple embrace should. But we have no business defying the distinct line cutting between us.
Decker Fredric was never mine to keep. But that doesn’t stop me from wanting him to be.
Author: Harloe Rae
Genre: Romance – Small town, amnesia, friends-to-lovers
Part of a Series: Takes place in the same world as Breaker
POV: Delilah and Decker
Steam Level: Slow burn to toasty
Harloe Rae knocks it out of the the park again with Keeper. Keeper is an emotional rollercoaster following Delilah and Decker as they work together is helping Delilah learn about her past while also shaping their future. Decker and Delilah’s story is one of strength and survival and know who can trust. I loved this story!
I received this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- He tastes of mint and scotch and broken barriers.
- It’s sexy that you always forget that I can’t remember.
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