Sunday, June 21, 2015

The Confession

The Confession by Sierra Kincade

Anna Rossi walked away from Alec Flynn to keep her family and friends safe. But she can’t protect her heart from him, no matter how hard she tries…

Time has done nothing to quell Anna’s need for Alec. She knows that she did the right thing walking away; the constant media attention that Alec’s been getting for testifying against Maxim Stein and Force Enterprises is evidence enough of that. But no matter how many times she warns herself that Alec is dangerous, she just can’t stay away—even after her connection to him once again threatens her life…

Alec knows the evidence he has against Max could stop him from hurting anyone ever again. But when it’s revealed that Alec stands to inherit everything from Max’s loss, his testimony is called into question—and Max could walk free putting Anna in harms’ ways once again. Now he’s beginning to wonder if any of this is even worth it—and if he and Anna will ever have a chance at true happiness…**

Walking away from Alec was the hardest thing Anna ever did but she did it for her family and for her friends. Keeping busy with her job and working with CASA kept her somewhat sane. She still missed Alec a ton and she even thought she saw him a couple of times.  Pushing through she decided to go to a gala CASA was holding for the kids and for donors, she wanted to be there and took Marcos the cop/babysitter she had constantly around. Running in to Alec wasn't something she expected. It was all too much so she went home, ditched the sitter and went to a bar. No one saw her again for three days.

When she woke up the second time, she was in the hospital and Alec was there with her, keeping her calm.  No one knew anything, hadn't seen anything and couldn't explain how she just vanished for three days. There were reasons, of course but I'm not telling you because I don't want to spoil things! Her dad was there and so was Amy, but Alec kept himself scarce.  In the end the draw to each other was too magnetic, they couldn't fight it.

The more Anna was in danger the more Alec wanted to back out of testifying against Max. More and more reasons keep popping up for him to not testify but he battles on because Anna wants him to and he wants to be a good person for her.

Lord this book about killed me. I mean at one point I was texting Corie asking her if everything was going to be alright. In my mind it was totally touch and go for a little while. These books are so freaking good and even though I questioned Anna's sanity at some points (staying with Alec) I was so pissed when she left him. These were read in fast succession. only stopping to feed my family and to go to the bathroom. I couldn't stop reading and if I hadn't had all three books on deck to read I would've been pissed! Read these, if you haven't already. You won't regret it. Leave the author love in the form of a review, she's about the sweetest person I've met.

**Goodreads summary

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