Didn’t You Promise by Amber Bardan – REVIEW

He always keeps his promises.
DIDN’T YOU PROMISE
Bad for You #2
Amber Bardan
Releasing June 13th, 2016
Carina Press/Harlequin AU
He always keeps his promises.
Angelina has sacrificed everything
to be with the man she loves. Forced to abandon her family, and even her own
identity, Angelina depends on Haithem as never before. With no more secrets
between them, Haithem has become the source of all her needs. Sexually.
Emotionally.
But not even Haithem can hide
forever.
While they’re sneaking across
borders, avoiding persecution from everyone who would see Haithem dead and his
prototype stolen, the media fascination surrounding Angelina’s disappearance
continues to mount.
For Angelina, it’s a brutal reminder
of what she’s left behind and the pain she’s caused to those who believe her
dead or held against her will.
To Haithem, it’s a warning: he
stands to lose the one person left in his life he loves beyond measure. The
hunt won’t be called off until his enemies have destroyed him, his life’s work
and everyone involved—including Angelina.
He has only one choice. He’s
promised to protect her. And Haithem always keeps his promises.
 
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Gina’s Review

My first introduction to Amber Bardan was in her first book in the Bad For You series – Didn’t I Warn You. You can find my review of that book here. So I was thrilled when book two – Didn’t You Promise was finally released. And rightfully so.

The continuation of Angelina and Haithem’s adventures was worth the wait. If you read my review of Didn’t I Warn You, than you know why I enjoy this series. In a world full of books with a lot of similar storylines, Ms. Bardan carved out something unique and fresh.

Being on the run with Haithem isn’t as easy as it sounded. Watching over your shoulder every second of every day can be exhausting. And Haithem knows this. He fears the lifestyle-even if not permanent-will be the end of Angelina. So, Haithem makes the ultimate sacrifice for Angelina in Didn’t You Promise. He promised to protect her and he does just that, but it breaks both their hearts in the process.

Though distraught and heartbroken, Angelina learns to put herself back together. Watching her grow as a character was incredible. In Didn’t I Warn You, she was insecure and a little timid. Her time with Haithem taught her a lot, including that she was stronger than she ever imagined. I liked Angelina at the end of this book more than the first and well – I liked her a lot then.

This book is full of adventure. Full of romance. Full of fun. I could go into great detail about the story, but I don’t want to give away all the twists and turns as it will ruin the rollercoaster ride while your read it. But do just that – READ IT! Ms. Bardan has made me a fan! I’m sure she will make you one too.

I give Didn’t You Promise 4 1/2 silvery shiny buckles.

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Make sure you have read the first book in the series, 
DIDN’T I WARN YOU
After spending years imagining fictional adventures, Amber
Bardan
 finally found a way to turn daydreaming into a productive
habit. She now spends her time in a coffee-fueled adrenaline haze, writing
romance with a thriller edge.
 
She lives
with her husband and children in semi-rural Australia, where if she peers
outside at the right moment she might just see a kangaroo bounce by.
 
Amber is
an award winning writer, Amazon Bestselling Author, and member of Romance
Writers of Australia, Melbourne Romance Writers Guild, and Writers Victoria.

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