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Ripped by Sarah Morgan Review

Title: Ripped

Author: Sarah Morgan

First published February 6, 2014

95 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 3.69


When Hayley’s bridesmaid dress rips apart at her ex’s wedding, she’s saved by Niccolo Rossi, the best man. Hayley expects judgment from the reserved lawyer, but instead, he surprises her with a passionate kiss.

Despite their differences, Hayley can’t resist Nico’s charm, especially when he shows up at her doorstep with a tempting offer. What starts as a holiday fling turns into so much more as Nico’s sensual ways break down Hayley’s walls.

Will Hayley be able to resist Nico’s advances, or will she succumb to his irresistible allure? Find out in Sarah Morgan’s steamy romance novel, Ripped.

About the Author

Meet Sarah, a bestselling author known for her heartwarming and humorous romance and contemporary women’s fiction. Her books have captured the hearts of readers worldwide, earning her a place on the USA Today and Sunday Times bestselling lists.

Based near London, England, Sarah enjoys spending time outdoors when she’s not engrossed in a book or writing her next novel.

If you’re looking for a new read, check out her latest release, SNOWED IN FOR CHRISTMAS. And keep an eye out for her upcoming summer novel, titled Summer Wedding in the UK and The Island Villa in the US, set to release in May.

Want to stay connected with Sarah? You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest, or visit her website.

Editoral Review

Ripped by Sarah Morgan is a contemporary romance novel that explores the themes of family, love, and trust. Morgan is a renowned author in the romance genre with a reputation for creating heart-warming stories that grip readers from start to finish.

The plot of Ripped follows the story of a young woman named Hayley, who falls in love with her brother’s best friend, Tyler. However, Hayley is afraid to tell Tyler her feelings for fear of ruining her relationship with her brother, who is fiercely protective of her.

As the story unfolds, both Hayley and Tyler must navigate their feelings for each other while dealing with the complications that come with hiding their relationship from those closest to them. Morgan’s writing is characterized by its relatable characters, vivid descriptions, and immersive storytelling style.

She brings to life the setting of the story, a small town in rural America, through her use of descriptive language and attention to detail. Moreover, the characters are well-developed, and their struggles and triumphs are relatable to readers.

One of the strengths of the book is the way that Morgan explores the complexities of human emotion. The characters are flawed, and their relationships are realistic, making it easy for readers to empathize with them.

The book’s pacing is also excellent, with the plot moving briskly without feeling rushed. The themes of family and love are woven seamlessly into the story, making the book a heart-warming read.

On the other hand, one of the book’s weaknesses is that the plot is relatively predictable. The characters’ struggles are commonplace in romance novels, and readers who are familiar with the genre may find some parts of the story to be formulaic.

Despite this, Ripped is a great read for anyone looking for an immersive and engaging romance novel. The book will appeal to fans of Morgan’s style, and those who enjoy contemporary romance novels.

Overall, I would give Ripped by Sarah Morgan 4 out of 5 stars. Although the book has some flaws, its strengths make it a must-read for anyone looking for an emotional and heart-warming story.