Review: Single by Saturday

Friday, 6 December 2019
Single by Saturday Single by Saturday by Catherine Bybee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A love triangle with a secret

This felt like a story in two parts. First you have Karen’s relationship, albeit for convenience, with Mike and then you have her growing feelings for Mike’s brother Zach and I have to say I was torn between both. Karen was the perfect wife for Mike and their friendship was really something special but the sparks ignited when Karen first lays eyes on Zach. Mike’s brother.

In trying to keep his fake relationship hidden from those close to him, Mike has distanced himself from his family. When they have been ignored for long enough, Zach decides to take a ride to find out exactly what is going on for himself and that’s when he first lays eyes on Karen. When Mike and Karen decide to go home to meet Mike’s family in Utah, Karen knows she must also become a impressive actor in order to convenience Mike’s family that their marriage is genuine but she has trouble convincing herself of her role in Mike’s life whenever Zach is around.

It’s whilst visiting Mike’s family that Karen comes across a couple of teens in need of her help but her help comes at a cost for herself, Zach and Mike.

This was another thoroughly entertaining story with passion and drive. There is the inevitable drama and twist to the story and the complications between the three main protagonists was perfectly penned. Catherine Bybee always writes stories with loveable characters and the developing relationship between Rick, Mike’s other bodyguard and Neil’s ex-marine friend, and his sister already has me hooked!

This is definitely an author I’d recommend to those looking for a lighthearted and not overly raunchy romance. It’s sweet, satisfying and seductively captivating.

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