Review: 🔥 Singe 🔥 by Aly Martinez

Posted March 23, 2017 by StaceyisSassy in Contemporary Romace, Reviews / 0 Comments

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Review:  🔥 Singe 🔥 by Aly MartinezSinge by Aly Martinez
Published by Self-Published on February 4, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 338
Format: Kindle
Source: Amazon

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She was my nightmare. Every time I closed my eyes, I watched her fall into that inferno. Over and over, I failed to save her.
I hadn’t been able to reach her, and the guilt only burned hotter over time. Four years later, I was the unreachable one.
Heroes aren’t always saints. Sometimes, we’re nothing more than jaded sinners driven by sleepless nights and hearts full of darkness.
And then I met her. She was a dreamer who managed to soothe my scars and heal my wounds.
But, as the flames closed in around us, I feared I wasn’t the right man to save her. That is until I realized she was the one woman I’d burn the world down to protect.



(Guardian Protection #1)

By Aly Martinez


When a book rocks your world

I wrote a review last night for Singe and as I lay in bed afterwards, I thought about it. I knew it was dodgy but waking up to the babble I wrote was quite embarrassing. So, I’m doing a re-do and sticking to my feelings on this one. I kept the babble in the spoiler below.

For the first time since I returned to work, I contemplated a sickie. Well, I didn’t really, but I did a thorough self-examination for coughs, colds and headaches just to make sure I was fit enough to go to work. I wanted to stay in bed with Jude…and Rhion.

Rhion…that bloody name threw me every time. I had to keep thinking of the line where they joke about Rhion rhyming with lyin. Anyways, I loved her character. Even with a very real and strong fear of stepping out of her front door, she is still one of the strongest characters I’ve ever met. She wears her scars with honour and copes with her accident by putting pen to paper…or fingers to keyboard. Her family are the men who protect her and her best friend Brianna. There are other people in her life that she calls family, but for me, The Guardians and Brianna are the real ones.

Jude was a bit of a mixed up character to me. The repercussions of one night changed his life forever. His dreams and ambitions were ruined with one phone call. I find it interesting that the one phone call that ruined his life is never mentioned again. For me, I wish it had been discussed and acknowledged that protocol had been breached and a career ended because he was guilted into a call out when he was off-duty. It probably stuck in my head more because I just finished a great story about an Emergency Call Centre. Anyways…

So, two people affected by one night and left with scars to show they survived. One stepped up and opened her wings, the other stayed in his cocoon stuck in the nightmare. Both hoping to one day be in the others company. One to share her dreams and the other to apologise for the nightmare.

There was times reading Singe that I felt like I was reading my story. Rhion has scars and lives in the book world…yep, that’s me. Luckily, I don’t have millions of dollars that people feel like they need to murder, bribe or suck up to me (I could handle a little sucking up, but I’d prefer to leave the murder and bribery to Rhion). When Rhion mentions authors that I consider my authors, I couldn’t help but love her more. Her chats about books are what the romance book world is for me.

The one thing that I struggled with (for the characters) were their dastardly family relations. All of them made me want to throw things and wish for more for them. One, in particular, I wanted to pack her up and ship her out of the hell she lived. Luckily, her mum could be bought off and by the end of the story, there were improvements.

Singe made my little heart sing. I loved it from start to finish. I never felt like throwing my kindle, if anything, I was like a little child with my kindle wanting it in touching distance like it was a new toy. I love new toys and this story and author (new to me), was like receiving a new toy and finding out that there were more just like it waiting at the shop when I was ready.

Thank you, Aly Martinez, you have a new freaky fan (I promise not to stalk you too much).


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