Friday, December 26, 2014

Devoted to Him by Sofia Tate Blog Tour with 4 star review





For fans of Samantha Young, Sylvia Day, and E. L. James comes the sinfully sexy sequel to Breathless for Him. This emotional, erotic romance continues the story of Davison, a tempting billionaire who'd do anything to protect the woman he's devoted to, Allegra, even if it means losing her . . .

Two months ago, Allegra Orsini nearly lost the man of her dreams. Thankfully Davison Cabot Berkeley, a powerful billionaire who always gets what he wants, had refused to allow anything-or anyone-to come between them. Now back in the arms of the man she loves, Allegra receives an incredible proposal.

Allegra is invited to study under the opera world's most legendary diva. It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity . . . but it means moving to Italy for a month. Thirty days without Davison's touch. Allegra isn't sure she can survive it-especially when Davison begins pulling away for reasons she can't figure out. Is the man who has given her more passion and pleasure than she has ever known about to break her heart? Soon Allegra starts to realize that Davison could be guarding a secret even more devastating . . .





This book is book 2 in the series and I highly recommend reading Breathless for Him before reading this book. Somehow I missed the fact that this was part of a series, but I figured it out right away. This story seems to pick up right where the first left off. I feel that had I read the first one, I would have felt connected to the characters much faster and, as a result, would have enjoyed it more. 

One thing I quickly picked up on were insecurities on both sides. Although Allegra's is more obvious by her words, Davidson shows his insecurities with his actions. They really connect in the bedroom (or anywhere the desire hits them) though. They do a lot of  "connecting" through out the story. At times it got to be too much. I feel it overtook the story, but then again, it is erotica so I should expect a lot of  "connecting". Made for some hot reading :). 

There was enough action to keep my attention until I felt the connection to the characters I needed. Davidson devotion to Allegra was evident. He feels this need to protect her. Unfortunately, the way he was going about it became an issue for Allegra. I kept hoping that their love for each other would be strong enough to overcome this issue. 

Overall, it was a good read. I would recommend it to anyone that enjoys hot, steamy reads. However, I would recommend starting with Breathless for Him first.









For fans of New York Times bestselling authors Samantha Young, Sylvia Day, and E. L. James comes the stunning, erotically charged story about a woman who's not looking for love and the tempting billionaire who left her breathless . . .

As a gifted opera singer, Allegra Orsini's only obsession is music-until she meets him. A strikingly handsome and powerful man with a life splashed across the tabloids, Davison Cabot Berkeley isn't what she expected. He's unlike the other wealthy patrons who dine at Le Bistro. Davison sees more than just a coat-check girl working her way through grad school. And from the moment he looks at her, those deep green eyes ignite a fire inside Allegra she's never felt before.

She craves Davison's touch-his possession-endlessly. Even though every fiber of her being is telling her to stay away, that it's best for both of them, she can't. As his passion consumes her, Allegra can no longer deny Davison's hold on her. He'll never let her go. But as much as she wants him, Allegra can't surrender to his love-not until she faces a painful secret from her past that could destroy them both . . .






Hi! I'm Sofia Tate, and I'm thrilled to introduce you to my debut contemporary erotic romance, BREATHLESS FOR HIM from Forever Yours. I'm so excited for you to meet Davison and Allegra!

I grew up in Maplewood, New Jersey. I now reside in New York City. I love film, travel, museums, and I'm addicted to "Scandal." I'm also slightly obsessed with European royals and reruns of "Battle of the Network Stars" every Monday night on ESPN Classic.

Once a month, I watch "North and South" to hear Richard Armitage say, "Look back. Look back at me."

I love reading romance by Eden Bradley, Sylvia Day, Raine Miller, Samantha Young, Kate Pearce, Jessica Clare, Jess Michaels, and Charlotte Featherstone.

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