samedi 25 mai 2019

Before him comes me by Alexandria Sure

256 pages

Back Cover

Faced with an unexpected choice, a simple nod is all it will take to change the course of Zara's life.

Bound to a life predetermined by the restrictive traditions of her community, Zara is offered a glimmer of hope by a complete stranger, a man selected for her. She can choose to walk away from the life she has been trained for.

Make new friends and lose her best friend.

Explore new places and lose her home.

Find herself and lose herself.

Will Zara nod and risk everything she knows to discover who she is meant to be?


I found this book when I was looking to discover new authors at Romancing the Falls.  I do not regret my choice. At first, I thought the story would be like After from Anna Todd. After I read it, I think Zara is more like Anastasia Steele, but less annoying and she was raised in a BDSM Community. I honestly found her character more interesting than most of characters I read in popular books. 

I though Zara was just a young woman who barely knows about life, she surprised me at the end. She explained her reasons why she did not listen to music or why she did not plan to go at the University before she met Garrett. I like the fact that the author added songs in the story since it’s my second passion after literature. It is nice to discover new songs or remember memories from the songs I already knew. 

Zara and Garrett are not falling in love in the first chapter, even though they were supposed to get married in the community. It gives us a chance to see their relationship grow and I think it’s a must in a romance novel. Garrett might be a little overprotective, but I see how much he care about his little one. 

The two girls Zara met at the college are amazing. I wish I had friends like these two. They never let her down and helped her to get through her new life. I am also glad that the author added two of Garrett’s family members, so it helped the reader to know more about this mysterious man. 

The only thing I disliked of the story is how it written day by day. I cannot count how many times the characters wake up and sleep. Some parts need more action instead of description. The only good thing about the descriptions is that I could easily imagine what Zara was wearing or even the places the characters were going.

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