I have lots of author friends and I know how much time goes into crafting a story. It takes effort to get to know a hero and heroine. It is difficult choosing the right descriptors for the setting and plotting the story.
So it is always hard to give a one star review.
Unfortunately, I have to report that “Saved From a Killer” by Miranda Stowe has just received a one. A romantic suspense erotica, the story picks up as Jenna Daggert is found by Deputy Joseph Morgan. Captured weeks earlier, Jenna has endured abuse at the hands of the Miners Bend Woman Snatcher but because of drugs, she barely remembers her experiences. However, the cuts and bruises on her body tell the story of her trauma.
Just a day after being released from the hospital, Jenna decides it is time to speed up her recovery, so she wants to experiment, sexually, with the man who saved her. Joseph makes her feel safe and she hopes that being intimate with him can help her heal.