Jul 02

Miller’s Time by Ahren Sanders Review



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I’ve been lucky all my life.
Until the night I meet Lily. One look at the unbelievably sexy woman was all it took.
For the first time ever, I let my guard down and gave over control.
My lifelong spell of luck ran out the morning I woke alone in a hotel room.
Six months later, I come face to face with the woman who vanished without a trace.
Only, this time, her name’s not Lily.
She says it’s all in the past.
I say she’s dead wrong.
I’m not backing down.
She fooled me once.
It won’t happen again. She’s mine.

My world was defined by wealth and status.
It was perfect—until the carefully crafted web of lies was exposed.
The ugly truth was a shattering blow of deception.
Needing to reinvent myself, I ran, and ended up in the arms of a devastatingly handsome stranger.
Miller was the kind of man women dream about, which meant he was too good for me.
That’s why I walked away.
Little did I know that creating a new version of me would bring our lives crashing back together.
Miller Kendrick thinks I’m the woman he met that night.
He’s wrong.

He insists we have a future… Only time will tell.

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I’ve been anxiously awaiting this second book in the Southern Charmers series since reading book one, Pierced Hearts, and meeting the hero, Miller Kendrick. A hard fought-love story with a second-chance feel, Ahren Sanders blew me away with the depth of emotion and Miller’s sheer swoon-worthiness. This was an unputdownable story, the kind that kept my Kindle in my hand and me glued to it all day as I devoured every single word.

Miller and Ashlyn had an admittedly brief, but undeniably impactful history. It’s almost serendipitous that they meet again in Charleston. Miller was decisive and determined, two qualities I particularly love in alpha males, and he was an immovable force for Ashlyn to reckon with. She has moved to Charleston for a fresh start, and she is not exactly the same woman he met those months ago. What is the same, however, is the positively magnetic attraction and sizzling chemistry between them. This is a woman who has been through the wringer, though, and while she’s bound and determined to leave the woman she was back in Chicago, Miller can see the wounds and the pain lurking, and he’s unwavering in his pursuit to heal this woman and to love her.

Miller’s Time by Ahren Sanders was a heart-thumping, knee-weakening, fanning myself sexy read, and I loved every second of it. Five smooches from me!

~Danielle Palumbo




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