Judgement by Jenika Snow
Published by Indie on October 29, 2018
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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I would kill for her.
The night Arsen killed my father was the first time I realized the lengths he’d go to keep me safe. He might have done it to protect me, but he was still convicted and locked away for seven years.
And for that entire time I waited for him, knowing that once he was released, things needed to be said, the truth needed to be spoken.
And that day was today.
I loved him, but the look he gave me, the possessiveness and pent-up arousal reflected in his eyes … had me realizing one thing.
Now more than ever, he wouldn’t let me go.
I went to prison for Harper, and I’d do it all over again to make sure she was safe. She was all I thought about the entire time I was behind bars, and it was her weekly visits that got me through the years, even if I tried pushing her away.
But after seven years of being locked up, I was finally released … and I was going to make her mine.
Warning: This is a short, dirty story about a hero who will go to any lengths to make sure the woman he loves is safe. With darker undertones and graphic scenes, there may be material some readers find offensive.
I’d thought about this moment plenty of times, fantasized about how it would be to finally have Arsen to myself. It would be passionate, consuming … filthy. It would take my breath away and leave me a shaking mess.
And it was.
I was wet, almost embarrassingly so.
Judgement is a quick and easy read about true love and acceptance.
Arsen and Harper are best friends who have secretly loved each other without telling the other. When Arsen kill’s Harper’s father to protect her, their lives change drastically. She’s all he’s thought about since he’s been locked up and he’s all she’s worked hard for, waiting them to finally be together upon his release.
I loved the idea that these two were made for each other and how good and honest Aren really is. True love really shows in their love story. We always hear that someone would kill for the other but do they really mean it? Because, Arsen sure did.
This is a short book so I will be honest and tell you that most of it is the build up to when Arsen is released and then the steamy romance of when they finally get together. There wasn’t much in between so I feel like this could have been a longer book to really help readers connect with the characters a bit more.
Overall, I enjoyed it and loved the idea of Harper waiting for the honest man that Arsen really is.