Title: The Protégé
Author: Brianna Hale
Genre: Taboo Romance
Release Date: July 27, 2018
He’s always protected me since I was eight years old, the neglected girl he took off the street and raised as his own. Laszlo can feel what music needs instinctively. He can tell what I need.
My world shattered the night of my eighteenth birthday and he still hasn’t forgiven me for what I did. I’m not asking him to love me, touch me, take me to bed. What I want goes deeper than that and I have to say this out loud because it’s one thing that music won’t be able to tell him.
I want what only Laszlo can give me. I want to be his protégé again. And this time, I’m going to be so good for him.
THIS BOOK OWNS MY HEART FROM NOW TILL ETERNITY! *broken sobs*
Isabeau and Laszlo were brought together by fate. A small girl brought down by the evils of her circumstances and a man who recognises the beauty of music inside of her. Their love seems impossible but music will bind them forever.
I cannot explain how much I adore this story. Being a new reader to Brianna Hale, I didn’t know what to expect. But I was completely blown away and I WANT MORE.
Isabeau is one my favourite heroine ever. I loved how her character grew, loved how she came into herself and became a gorgeous woman. She knew how to handle Laszlo and that’s pretty damn badass.
Laszlo is so goddamn pure, he needs to be protected from this cruel World. I understood all his reasons and I absolutely understood how & why he fell in love with Isabeau. He is such an honourable man but his dirty talk makes me pant. *hearts eyes forever*
This book was more than just a daddy trope. It’s deep, powerful and so moving. The raw emotions I felt while reading were unlike any other.
I just love and adore this story with all of my heart.
About the Author
There’s nothing Brianna Hale likes more than a large, stern alpha male with a super-protective and caring streak, and when she’s not writing about them she can usually be found with a book, a cocktail, planning her next trip to a beautiful location or attending the theatre. She believes that pink and empowerment aren’t mutually exclusive, and everyday adventures are possible. Brianna lives in London.