Stronger with Him
by JA Hensley
Genre: Erotic Romance
Release date: November 1, 2014
Cover design: Sommer Stein with Creative Pear Designs
After breaking up with her abusive boyfriend, graduate student Rebecca Maio wants a man who is the complete opposite of her ex. When she meets her sexy new neighbor, Becca finds herself irresistibly drawn to the powerful and compassionate man.
Agent Colin Schaefer’s in town for an investigation and needs to stay focused on his job, but he can’t ignore the beautiful girl next door. For the first time in his life, the elusive man wants more with a woman, but he can’t shake the feeling that Rebecca also needs his protection.
Is their love strong enough to survive the secrets they’re both bound to uncover? Or will her past and his job tear them apart?
This novel is intended for readers 18+ due to explicit and hot sex scenes and adult situations. If you love these kinds of things, then please, read on!
J.A. Hensley wrote her first books under the pen name, Savannah Leigh. Her novel, Wedding Dreams, was named an Amazon Best Seller. She loves smut of all kinds and is a reader first. J.A. is constantly working on a new project, whether it’s writing or working in her craft room. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and daughter, and spends her days teaching college students about social work and human sexuality.
My thoughts on Stronger with Him are quite conflicted. On the one hand, I absolutely loved Collin. He was extremely alpha male, hot, witty, and when it came to Becca, he was sweet and sensitive. However, he was a terrible shot for an Special Agent. I guess everyone has a bad day. LOL. Now, on the other hand, I struggled with Becca’s character. She was contradictory in her personality. One minute she would talk about how her friends were prettier than her and how she was never noticed by men. The next minute we find her making out with a random guy at a club. She’d say she would do one thing, because of all this training she had in psychology, but did the opposite. It was frustrating.
However, none of that deterred me from finishing this book. The plot was solid. The sex scenes were vanilla and sweet, which might irk some, but I loved it. Overall, I’d say Ms. Hensley did a good job with this book and I certainly look forward to the next installment. If you’re looking for a sweet erotic romance with heart, this is most certainly the book for you.