Review: SAVIOR by Fiona Cole


Savior by Fiona Cole
Genre: contemporary romance
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: March 28, 2019
Rating: ★★★★✰

She was willing to sell herself out of desperation, out of need. But she was too naive in thinking he was buying her for his pleasure. It doesn’t matter that she yearns for him. He can never be hers.

He only wanted to save her. He promised himself to just look never touch. But fate is a cruel bitch and he wants her more than anything he’s ever wanted. She can never be his.

Yo so Erik is a goddamn asshole. I love him I actually really love him. But at one point even I was like “Bitch calm down what the hell’s you doing?!?!” He gave me so much anxiety, man. As much as I love him, I kinda wanted Alex to punch the daylights out of him. He needed some sense knocked into him, okay?

I adore Alex. She was so strong and badass to the core but at the same time she was sensitive and caring and no joke I thought at one point she’d break Erik’s bones and I would have found it very hot. I would have loved it if she didn’t fall for the same trick more than once but it’s okay we’re only human.

I finished this book in one sitting and as much as I loved it, I think it was missing some kind of a spark that would have made this like a smashing hit. I wish I could explain it, but it’s mostly just a feeling I got while reading.

Fiona is one of my favourite people on this planet and I cannot wait for the next sinful story in this decadent universe.

4 Stars!


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He bought me, but not to touch or taste. He bought me to save me, and to atone for past sins.

Handsome and mysterious, he swoops in to offer me a new life, but this is no knight in shining armor. He’s cold, hardened by his past. But there’s an inferno underneath the ice, I can feel the heat each time he looks at me—each time he gives in to the desire between us.

No matter how much I push to unleash the fire in his eyes, he shoves back harder each time. He’s merciless with his cruel words, telling me how naïve I am, how little I know of the world.

But I’m stronger than he thinks.

When we face down our demons from the past, I’ll prove which one of us was in need of saving, and which one of us is the savior.

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