I Never Asked You To Save Me: Book 3 The Wakefield Romance Series

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
In the third installment of The Wakefield Romance Series, we meet Ellie Mae, Rhea Griggs' cousin. She is 'damaged' and afraid to let herself out there after suffering an abusive marriage. Bobby Timmons is the 'playboy' of SEAL Team 10, going through women like it's going out of style. Can these two broken and passionate souls find love in one another or will their pasts ruin everything? More

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Words: 64,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301431366
About Theresa Marguerite Hewitt

I grew up in a very small town in Central New York, and i mean so small if you blinked you missed it. I learned to love everything small town and I miss it everyday I'm away. I recieved my Bachelors Degree in Paralegal Studies in 2009, but have been resigned to working retail. There I met my best friend who re-ignited my passion for all things paranormal. Putting pieces together from stories I had written in childhood, I came up with my first short book, Siofra's Song. From there I've gone wild with Siofra's world and expanded into contemporary romance. My Wakefield Romance series centers around a small town in Virginia and women who fall in love with Navy SEALs and the struggles they go through to be together. In the near future I will also be expanding into historical romance with my Viking Dreams Series. I hope you like them and follow me on Twitter and join my Facebook page!

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Reviews

Review by: Ree Williams on June 24, 2013 :
It will break your heart into more pieces than possible and then put it back together better than it ever was to begin with. The drama! The suspense! The action! The romance! Oh boy, the romance! This book ran the entire spectrum for me. At times I was laughing out loud, cursing because I was so angry at a character or crying at the pain, fear and anger these characters went through.
It drew me in and I had to read it in one sitting.
Theresa Marguerite Hewitt is growing as an author and I cannot wait to see what she has coming in the future!
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Review by: Emma May on June 24, 2013 :
Another amazing addition to the series that I had to read in one sitting because it was just that good. The cliff hanger will keep me thinking for a long while and I can only hope that the next book comes soon.
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Review by: Crystal Sworden on June 24, 2013 :
The characters in the serious intrigue me with how strong they have to be, and manage to muster the necessary strength. I read the book without putting it down, and even with the cliffhanger I loved the book. I'm looking forward to the next installment. Great read.
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Review by: hrhsophia on June 24, 2013 :
Damn. The women in this series are super heroes for what they have to go through and the men are their perfcet matches. Realistic, compassionate and romantic this story will have you swearing at loud and hoping for the next in the series.
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Review by: Carmen Trail on June 24, 2013 :
I love these books and this one is awesome. I would recommend these books to anyone. Can't wait until the next one, hopefully soon. I want to see what happens with Ellie and Bobby, they are having such a good romance going. Well until Jake showed up, but he got what he deserved well he should've died but at least he's in jail finally. And hopefully Bobby doesn't stay gone long and hopefully Ellie forgives herself and they work out their problems.
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Review by: Jodi A. on June 23, 2013 :
The Wakefield Romance series continues with the story of Ellie-Mae Griggs and Bobby Timmons, whose story first started in "Coming Home".

Theresa brings to life great characters that work hard, play hard, and love even harder. This is not a "Disney-esque, fluffy-feel good" type of romance. It's real life struggles and fears. No one has life handed to them on a silver platter. These are real, believable characters, that we all can relate too. As Ellie and Bobby's relationship grows, you feel the emotions each character goes through.

The female characters in all of Theresa's stories go through a lot, and I do mean A LOT, of trials, and only grow stronger because of it.

I highly recommend this series, as well as her paranormal-romance series, The Broadus Supernatural Society Series.
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