Title: Savage
Author: Kira Blakely
Genre: Contemporary Romance 



I need her to play wife. She needs me to play daddy. 
Olivia is torture in a Gucci dress. Spoiled and sassy. 
Everything I hate, and everything I love.
She’s also my late best friend’s sister and guardian to his daughter.
She’s going to help me clean up my image. 
I’m going to help her keep parental rights.
But I’m no daddy. I’m the devil in a black suit. Demanding everything from everyone. 
Claiming her innocence has been my deepest desire for years.
Even if it means my destruction. 
Too late to stop. Too gone to care.
I’ll pay the price. Anything. Anyone. For her.

I LOVED this story. These two have such a history between them but it isn’t a history that either wants to really relive.

Olivia is now the guardian of her little niece and is not really prepared for any of it. But she is determined to do everything herself and to make a great life for herself and her niece. But when she sees Beck again all the past emotions come forward again. Olivia has always been in love with Beck. The bad boy next door neighbors her brothers best friend. But he was always the one for her.

Beck was always on the sidelines of Olivia’s life. Looking out for her, loving her, but never feeling like he could be in her love life. But now with Micheal gone and her having his child and raising her, he feels like he has to be there to help. But he also needs her deep down. So when they both need help in different ways they lean on each other. But will it be enough?

I devoured this book. I was up half the night because I couldn’t put it down. Olivia is true strength and grace. And Beck is a true alpha. Loved both characters. An all-around wonderful book!!

I voluntarily read an advance reader copy for my honest review







All I’ve ever wanted to do for years is write my own books. I spent an ungodly amount of time ghostwriting a few bestsellers for other authors before realizing it was time to start taking credit for my own work. 

My personal struggles in life, love, and money have driven me to start doing what I love most: Writing full time. 

I started writing when I was a teenager. I fell in love with a boy who didn’t quite love me back–admittedly, I was terribly insecure and slightly overweight–and the entire experience drove me to start practicing my craft. Writing helped me to escape, to reimagine a world where happy endings actually existed. If I couldn’t have the love of my life, I’d just create Mr. Right in my romance novels… with maybe a few embellishments. 

I’ve found my calling. Having the experience of doing what I love most as a full time job has given me happiness and confidence galore. And, soon after I found those, I was able to find companionship. Shout out to my guy and my kitty! 

I so hope you enjoy my books! I wish you the very best in this crazy thing called life.


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