Friday, January 12, 2018

Tiffany's Review ~ Buried Alive by Stacey Marie Brown

Buried AliveBuried Alive by Stacey Marie Brown
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


When I found out this was the first Contemporary Romance by this author, I couldn't believe it. This was an amazing story very well written. Stacey drew me in from the first page and it was impossible to put it down.

Hannah Brennley Evans is home in Canada after living away for nine years following a horrific accident. She changed her name and appearance when she moved, but moving home during Snowboarding Olympic tryouts, the press is bound to find out who she is eventually. All she ever wanted was to be an Olympic Champion. Now that she's home, she waitresses to help her family at the lodge. Little does she know the one person she's going to be assigned to serve is the one person she doesn't want to be anywhere near. It could break them both.

Rhys Axton is determined to make it to the Olympics. He's had an injury but he won't let it keep him down. He's all about snowboarding, sex and working out. Rhys had a rough childhood full of rejection by his family. He was only allowed to spend one Christmas with them. When Hannah knocks on his door to bring his meals, he knows he has to have her next, even though he's not alone at the time. She's different and he can't figure out why, but he won't stop until he does.

Following this story was an absolute pleasure. The dual pov was definitely necessary to the story. It felt like the twists and turns smacked me in the face! The tragic accident was not even close to anything I could have imagined, or how it tied Hannah and Rhys together. Can a bad boy who had demons to chase and a girl who lives in secrets and lies get through their past, or will it drown them before they have a fair chance? This was my first book by this author and I can definitely say it will not be my last!

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