Save Me by Tiffany Snow
Publisher & Release: Montlake Romance, April 17, 2018
Time and setting: Present Day, USA
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Book Length: 264 pages
Heat Level: 1 Flame
Rating: 4 Gold Crowns
In this fast-paced romantic suspense, China Mack will make one final choice.
Computer genius China Mack may be the former head of Vigilance, the government’s clandestine spy program, but she can still be knocked off balance. And two back-to-back personal blows have thrown her into a tailspin.
While her relationship with tech billionaire Jackson Cooper is on the rocks, China is testing the boundaries of what she feels for man-of-mystery Clark Slattery. But when China learns that her mother’s death sixteen years ago wasn’t an accident, she can’t rest until she knows the truth. And China’s own father, an elusive ex–CIA agent, might have been the killer. To avenge her mother’s death, she needs help, and both Jackson and Clark step up to the plate. But when her investigation is linked to a decades-old international plot to hack the New York Stock Exchange, putting both of the men she loves in danger, China must make an impossible decision to keep them safe.
As the three of them are plunged into a far-reaching conspiracy, China’s notions of love and trust are turned upside down. For China, this final case couldn’t be more personal—or more dangerous.
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Save Me is an action-packed romantic suspense novel. I received an invitation from the publisher, via Net-Galley to read and review in advance of publication. I thank them for the opportunity. My opinions are my own and are not influenced in any way.
I enjoyed the story a great deal, but I did struggle with the love triangle between the three main characters. I am not fond of the particular trope. Fortunately, the plot is strong and kept me engaged from the beginning to the end.
China’s character is a mixed bag for me. I liked her feistiness and determination, her fearless courage when faced with danger. What I did not care for was her vacillation between Jackson and Clark. One minute she’s lusting after Clark, then telling herself Jackson is the safer choice.
Jackson is an interesting character with many characteristics I enjoy in a hero. He certainly is not afraid to express his feelings for China. I cannot understand why she even hesitates in acknowledging he’s the best choice.
Clark is not a hero I can love. He’s self-absorbed and will do whatever is necessary to accomplish his goal. An excellent trait in a spy, but not a lover. It is clear the relationship between him and China is purely physical.
Nonetheless, even though I did not care for China, this is an exciting read. If you enjoy a romantic suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat, then you will like Save Me. Happy reading!