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    Fierce love against all odds

    Gorgeous writing and a soulful story. That's the kind of book I crave, and I'm never disappointed in this author because she writes from her heart as much as with undeniable talent. Anti-hero is a tale of bravery, pain and hope. It's also full of action from a military expert, pushing through fear and battling our limits against dark forces. With chapters that tell the present events cleverly mixed with glimpses from the characters' past, the story feels deep and emotional at the same time it shows the determination of two people to love each other and to save those who are exploited, including themselves. The characters are strong, yet vulnerable. The woman is a journalist who finds herself in the line of fire, whose commitment to uncovering evil men's acts is as steadfast as her promise never to yield again to cowardice of fear. The man is fighting against his own feelings. The suspense part of the plot is really gripping because it's also related to the relationship she had with ex-Special Forces Nate. Why they separated becomes the sole reason to try again, never to let go and to love each other fiercely. Yes, I loved this second-chance, bit of a dark romance with conspiracies, military operations background and delicate feelings that can become the very seed of strength. Beautiful.
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    Great storyline but wasn't for me

    For some reason I just struggled with this story. I couldn't connect with the characters. Sure the story line and concept was great and I have read many of this authors books and have loved them, this one just wasn't for me.
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    SO GOOD

    I love Skye Warrens books and this one was no exception fantastic.A second chance novel about two strong headed people Nate and Sophia whos jobs collide and past haunts them until they are forced to help each other and find there way.
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    A ride worth taking

    My favourite part about this book was that although it featured a love story, it wasn't a love story. Well, not in the classic sense anyway. Usually a romance follows the tried and true 'meet, possible conflict, fall in love, definite conflict and usually estrangement before the big happily ever after' premise. Skye turned that whole concept on its head with Anti-Hero. We meet Sofia and Nate months AFTER their break up. Sure, they're both still in love with the other but neither one of them really believes they'll work their stuff out and they're not exactly trying to either. We're used to dark and gritty from Skye, and I still think this book delivers that; just not in the form of the hero and heroine. The dangerous good guy pretending to be a meh guy is a pretty hot change and he definitely doesn't fail to get your blood pumping. Plus, broody and damaged? Where do I sign? And the strong, determined girl who will never really be whole but tries her best to right the wrongs in the world regardless? It's all so deliciously appealing. I mean, you're rooting for these two before you've even started reading! As well as likable, complex characters, Anti-Hero has a believable storyline that will both get you thinking and chill your blood at the same time. I say this every time I review an SW book, but the woman is a wordsmith. Once again I am struck dumb by her impeccable use of language and how easily she seems to bring life to a story. And bring light to world issues.
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