Review of Guarding Georgia: A Bulletproof Butterfly Novel, by Anna Brooks #TuesdayBookBlog @annabrooksauth


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Wow! This book is action and Alpha packed, it’s steamy, and an edge of the seat read with twists throughout. I loved it from the first page to the end.

Georgia Westbury comes from a wealthy family with a father who is only concerned on the next deal that will get him more money. He’s corrupt and doesn’t care about his family unless they are helping him bring in more money. He married into money and has ruled his family with an iron fist from day one. Georgia has lived a life of money and no wants, with the exception of love and care. The one boy she has had a crush on for years, she has to act like she’s better than him and doesn’t care about him because her father had drilled it into her head that he is dangerous and no good.

Beau Bradford has loved Georgia for years. Growing up and going to the same school since day one, he has had her in his sights for years in high school. They have a strained relationship until tragedy hits Beau’s family and Georgia is in danger. That’s the turning point for them, but it won’t last for long.

I loved this story and it was hard to put the book down. I love the characters and will have to read Ms. Brooks’ other books. This was my first read of Ms. Brooks, but it definitely won’t be my last. I was gifted this ARC to read and I am so happy that I was a winner and had the chance to read it. I loved it and can’t wait for more. I give this story a 5-star review because it had everything I love in a book. Alpha, possessive man, a woman who has no problem letting that man take care of her and puts all of her trust in him, even if it takes ten years for her do it, action from start to finish and pages that draw my attention so much that I lose track of everything going on around me.

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