Review: THRIVE by Aly Martinez


Thrive by Aly Martinez
Series: Guardian Protection, book 2
Genre: romantic suspense
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: January 18, 2018
Rating: ★★★★★

I was up till 4am crying about this gorgeous story.

Nothing I say will ever be enough for what I experienced while reading this book. To be perfectly honest, I don’t wanna say much because I feel it would somehow take away from the entire experience.

So I was a little bit pissed off at Mira while reading the Prologue but in my defense she was hurting my boo Jeremy and I felt it was justified at the time. But she is actually such a strong and inspiring character that you can’t help but fall in love with her valor.

JEREMY OMFG this man has my heart through and through. I just kept crying for his unrequited love and wanted to hug the hell out of him. He is such a delicious alpha with the most amazing soft side, you will fall in love with him in just one line. It’s a promise.

This story was raw, heart-breaking at times, passionate and so damn beautiful. I wanted to re-read this book while I was still reading it. I’ll tell you that doesn’t happen very often with me. I will forever cherish this story asI know it will stay with me for that long.

Aly Martinez is a master craftswoman of words and I won’t be surprised if she comes out as a sorceress one of these days. Yes, she is that freaking good.

5 Stars!


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When I was nineteen years old, I was faced with a choice that changed my life.
Keep the safety of what I already knew or risk losing everything with the young, hotheaded soldier who stole my heart.

I chose the wrong man, and for seventeen years, I paid in tears, blood, and shattered dreams for that decision.

Now, there’s a man in my house, holding a gun to my head on the order of my ex-husband—given from his prison cell.

That hotheaded soldier I was too afraid to choose? He’s now a six-foot-three wall of muscle who works at the country’s most premier bodyguard agency. I’ve always wanted him, but now, I’ve never needed him more.

It’s the call I’m terrified to make.
I’m sure he still hates me… Even though I’ve never stopped loving him.

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