Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Title: Hero
Author: Samantha Young

Alexa Holland’s father was her hero—until her shocking discovery that she and her mother weren't his only family. Ever since, Alexa has worked to turn her life in a different direction and forge her own identity outside of his terrible secrets. But when she meets a man who’s as damaged by her father’s mistakes as she is, Alexa must help him.

Caine Carraway wants nothing to do with Alexa’s efforts at redemption, but it’s not so easy to push her away. Determined to make her hate him, he brings her to the edge of her patience and waits for her to walk away. But his actions only draw them together and, despite the odds, they begin an intense and explosive affair.

Only Caine knows he can never be the white knight that Alexa has always longed for. And when they're on the precipice of danger, he finds he’ll do anything to protect either one of them from being hurt again

Hero begins when Alexa has to do a photo shoot with the very rich Caine Carraway! The problem is once she tells Caine her last name he doesn't want anything to do with her. She ends up getting fired from her job after he says he can't do the photo shoot with Alexa there. But Alexa isn't going to give up. She feels they have something in common, and she knows the hurt he's gone through. But Caine is determined to make her pay for all of her father's sins... Until he starts to have feelings for her, but Alexa still won't give up. She's going to be extremely hard for him to get rid of, and he doesn't seem to have too much of a problem with that. 

This book was a whole lot different then what I expected. At first I was extremely intrigued with it, but then I got a little worried the heroine was going to be utterly annoying in her quest to be there for Caine. But she never let him treat her like crap, and she also didn't let him see her cry. I totally loved that. She was my hero in this story. And honestly, I truly believe the heroine was the real "hero." She was just that awesome. While I liked Caine, and totally understand his issues in the end, I still thought he was a coward for the most part. But I really did like the whole plot line, and all of the characters! It was a really good book, that was super easy to get lost in! 

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