Author: Sarah Fine
Release date: July 31st, 2019
Book details: Book 3 of 3 in Starving Artists
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
Ratting: 4 STARS
Bestselling author Sarah Fine presents a powerful standalone romance.
What if falling in love is the biggest risk of all?
Sasha decided a long time ago that she would only allow herself a single night each year to go out and be wild. The rest of her time is spent at her pottery wheel or taking care of her father, who has early-onset Alzheimer’s. She has plenty of reasons to avoid anything more than this: one guy, one night, and no names exchanged. But this year, the long and lean stranger she chooses turns out to be more than she bargained for. He makes her feel alive–when it doesn’t seem safe to feel that way at all.
Discharged from the army after a traumatic deployment, Nate returns to his hometown riddled with guilt and unable to envision a future. Everything starts to change during a night out with friends, when a beautiful stranger offers him a no-strings-attached encounter against the wall in the back room of the bar. He knows the deal, but when they run into each other again at the local artists’ co-op where his older brother works, he can’t help but crave more. She makes him feel alive–but he’s still trying to decide if he wants to live at all.
She’s not willing. He’s not ready. But with an unrelenting attraction that weakens their resolve with every passing minute, Sasha and Nate embark on a friendship. One that makes them both stronger. One that makes them wonder if the future might be brighter than either of them ever imagined–until a devastating turn forces them to decide: Is risking everything for love is worth the pain of losing it long before they’re ready?
I received Anything between us for an honest review through the review opportunity at Xpresso Book. Thank you.
Anything between us is the third book in the series Starving Artists by Sarah Fine (Mila Ferrera) but you can read this book as standalone. This was a wonderful romance between two damaged people Sasha and Nate.
Sasha is a young girl who takes care of her father who has Alzheimer and she doesn’t have time to have fun except for one night a year when she got out to have fun. This year, she had a wild night with a beautiful stranger who made her feel alive and to wish that her life be different.
Nate, after a traumatic deployment, returns home and he feels guilty because he is alive and his friend is dead. He needs a night out to forget about his problems and he receives an invitation from a beautiful girl to have sex without strings attached.
Both of them believe that they only have this night but they meet again the next day at local artists where Sasha works and Nate’s brother works.
They don’t want a relationship but they needed each other. Sasha is lonely and Nate needs someone to help him with his emotional baggage. When Nate found out that Sasha’s father is sick, he helped her with him and he was so patient with him. Sasha was there for Nate when he needed someone to listen to him. Their friendship changed when both realized that they have feelings for each other. They couldn’t stay away from each other.
I enjoyed their relationship and how they fight to be together and to live in the moment. I can’t wait to read more from this author.
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Sarah Fine was born on the West Coast, raised in the Midwest, and is now firmly entrenched on the East Coast. When she’s not writing, she’s working as a child psychologist. No, she is not psychoanalyzing you right now.
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