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Safe With You by Laura Beth


Safe With You

by Laura Beth

Self-Published

Book 2 in the Grace General Trilogy


A man who never knew love. A woman determined to leave it behind. Falling for one another was the last thing they wanted.

Lainey Peterson only has time for three things --- her career, her two best friends, and her education. The last thing she needs is a relationship. Two years ago she let a man into her heart, and it nearly cost her everything.


Her promise to avoid men had been working, until a wardrobe disaster on a girls’ night out brings her face to face with a handsome, mysterious stranger.


She never thought she’d see him again…let alone at work…as her newest coworker.


When people see Dr. Ryan, they see a hotshot doctor with a playboy reputation. They don’t see the reasons behind the walls he’s built, the pain he keeps locked tight, or his determination to avoid falling in love.


As a friendship blossoms, Ryan and Lainey can’t deny their attraction… or the unrelenting desire to learn what led them to each other. But some secrets might be too heavy to share.


Can they overcome their inner demons and open up to one another, or will the weight of the past tear them apart?



Genre


Triggers

Trauma from a past abusive relationship, Childhood trauma from alcoholic parent and abused parent/neglect


 

Before I begin, I would like to thank Grey's Promotions and Laura Beth for sending me an arc of Safe With You in exchange for a fair and honest review.


I was first introduced to Laura Beth's work when I applied for read an advanced copy of her debut novel - the first book in this trilogy - last year. I was immediately impressed with her writing and storytelling, and even more so considering it was her debut novel.

My opinion hasn't changed with her second novel.

Laura Beth continues to show her talent with her debut series.

I loved the characters. They were both likeable and entertaining. They both felt relatable.

And even with the trigger warnings, the story isn't dark.

It's one of healing.

I think when compared to It Was Always You, the story as a whole is much simpler, with not many roadblocks to the romance. It lacks the tension the first book had, but at the climax of the story, it still invoked my emotions.


While I didn't love Safe With You as much as I did It Was Always You, it's still a great book. And after reading the teaser chapters at the end of the book for the final book in the trilogy, I'm excited to read more of Laura's work.



 



 


Coming soon after release on Feb. 24th, 2024


 
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