Stephanie Lewis is the new housekeeper
for Cory Booker and his father. On the run from an abusive
ex, she doesn’t trust easily nor does she let down her
guard. She can’t afford to – she has someone innocent to
Cory Booker is an ex rodeo cowboy
turned rancher. Never one to want a woman for more than one
night at a time, he is somewhat taken aback by his feelings
for his new housekeeper. The fact that he senses she is
hiding something keeps him on his toes and ever watchful.
He knows without a doubt that she is in trouble and vows to
himself that she will be safe – in his arms.
Stephanie was a classic case of abuse.
Made to feel worthless for years, she was striving to become
more independent even while trying her best to stay hidden.
Her trust in men was non-existent, and I loved watching Cory
change her mind and begin to make her believe in forever.
Slow paced at times, Cory’s Salvation was a
good read. I found myself often getting so immersed in the
story that I forgot where I was. Cory and Stephanie’s story
is timeless, and while at first I didn’t think Cory was hero
material, my mind quickly changed. Cory’s Salvation
tugged at my heart strings with its romance and sensuality.
I will definitely read another book by this author.