Monday, March 13, 2023

Never Saw You Coming by S.L. Scott ~ New Release & Review

Never Saw You Coming





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Audiobook Narrators: Ava Erickson & Chris Brinkley



Grumpy Sunshine/ Forced Proximity/ Emotional/ Amnesia Romance/ Angsty/ Billionaire/ Slow Burn







I wish I could say it was love at first sight. But I can’t.






Everything about the woman standing next to me was complicated, from her designer clothes to her coffee order. I don’t do complicated unless it comes with a good time. And then it’s only for a night or two, max.


I was more than happy to leave the coffee shop, and her, behind, but neither of us saw what was coming . . .




I wish I could say I remember him. But I can’t.






The same stranger who saved me steps in again when I have nowhere to go and no memory of who I am. He’s broody and rigid, but I see a different side of this gorgeous man and start to realize I’m not the only one who needs saving.


Falling for him wasn’t in my plans, but as I search for answers to my past, I realize that I don’t worry about getting my memory back. My fear is losing my life twice.






Meet S.L. Scott:


Living in the capital of Texas with her family, Scott loves traveling, avocados, beaches, and cooking with her kids. She's obsessed with epic romances and loves a good plot twist.

Scott writes character driven, heart-racing, and swoony romances to suspense that will leave you glued to the page. Her stories are regarded as emotion-filled and soulful. With stories ranging from light and witty beach reads to heart wrenching and heart healing, Scott has a story for all readers. Her books are more than escapes for the voracious readers of today. They are journeys of the heart that always come with a happily ever after at the end.

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Elizabeth's Review

My rating: 4 of 5 stars - Would Recommend to a Friend

Review Copy Provided by Author

Loch Westcott hates Tuesdays. Then our uptight lawyer steps in to help the rude girl from the coffee shop, changing the course of both their lives.
In this connected stand alone, Ms Scott pulls us into the evolving world around Loch and Tuesday in the aftermath of her attack. Both characters grow in unexpected ways in the short time they spend together. I enjoyed the fast paced story with strong romance and intrigue elements.
This story really does stand by itself, but some secondary characters will be familiar to loyal readers. This is sequential to the story featuring Loch’s brother, Harbor, so potential spoilers exist if you haven’t read that book yet. After meeting two Westcott siblings, I hope we get to see the younger two soon!

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