I Don’t Want To Lose You by A. B. Lee


A. B. Lee

I originally wrote this review back in June of 2014, it had been among the many I had planned to revamp and update as I got better in saying what I wished to say. Plus, I really wanted to read it again. I had wanted my own format and not Goodreads, not that theirs is bad but I just wanted to do my own thing and I still post my reviews to Goodreads but I post them to my blog first.

The thing is so much has changed since I first posted this review and much of it saddens me because I was oblivious to the change. A. B. Lee is one of my favorite authors and I love reading her books and sharing them with everyone but apparently this book is no longer available on Amazon and as I explored further, it turns out that most if not all of A.B. Lee’s books are no longer available with the exception of the ones written with M. L. Brier.

A. B. Lee, I hope you will consider republishing your stories, they are worth reading and should be shared.

This is the second time I have read I Don’t Want To Lose You and I enjoyed it as much as I did the first. The erotic scenes were graphic enough I could almost see it in my head and I also thought that Annie’s shock was well written, I was actually worried for her.

I do wish that the author had elaborated on Annie’s past to further explain her distrust of men. Was she abused, rapped or cheated on? It just seems like missing piece to the story. This the reason for me giving on 4 stars.

I think it would be fun to see a story about Jazz someday, he had such a cool personality that it would be cool to see how he handled his own mate.

Book’s Blurb
When Connor discovers his mate, he finds a woman who is remote and distrustful of men and finds that wooing her isn’t going to be as easy as he had hoped.

Annie’s new in town and she isn’t looking to make friends or find romance. An encounter with a man who is as dangerous as he is sexy leaves her with mixed feelings about Connor, but she is determined to keep her distance until fate steps in, or rather Connor’s Beta, Jazz, and she finds that distance is the last thing she is going to get.

When Annie uncovers the shocking truth of what Connor is hiding, Connor fears that he has lost his mate forever.

Can Annie see past the wolf to the man or will he lose her?

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