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Book Review: His Love by Fiona Davenport

 


His Love by Fiona Davenport 
Series: Standalone
Genre: Contemporary | Romance | Novella
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: eBook, 102 pages
Source: Amazon
Published on June 8th 2019
Fiona Davenport: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

Might contain spoilers.

Synopsis:
Billionaire Justice Kendall thought he was content with his life. Right up until the day he noticed that his neighbor’s daughter had become the beautiful woman who was meant to be his. Since then, he waited not-so patiently for her to turn eighteen.
He bided his time by watching over her. When he realized that all she wanted was a baby of her own, he was ready to give her more than just his love.
He’d give her everything.


I got completely surprised by this book. His Love by Fiona Davenport isn’t realistic by any means. In real life this would be pretty creepy but I love this kind of stuff in romance books.

“There are no limits to my obsession with you, Blair. I’m going to be a possessive, jealous, domineering asshole sometimes, but no one will ever love you more than I do.”

Blair wants to work with children, so she wants to focus on getting her degree in early childhood development. Justice has been obsessed with her since she was sixteen years old. He’s possessive of her but he’s trying his very best to wait for her to turn eighteen.

I love how drama free this book is but I also kinda wish someone in Blair’s life would’ve reacted about her relationship with Justice. I did enjoy how everyone in Justice’s life were so supportive of his feelings. I work in daycare, so to me the most unreal thing about this book was the cameras in the daycare. I get why parents would like to see what happens to their kids during the day but we at least in my country have this thing where we can’t even talk about the kids we work with to someone who doesn’t work in the same place we do.

All in all for the first Fiona Davenport I was very happy with it. Her writing reminded me a bit about Alexa Riley books and I’m so happy this wasn’t the only book of hers that was a freebie. I want to keep reading a lot of her books.

Rating
5 stars

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