Review – When He Saw Me by Amelia Wilde

When He Saw MeWhen He Saw Me by Amelia Wilde
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Every time I’ve got an Amelia Wilde book waiting for me to sink into, life seems to want to separate us. I started this then you guessed it life happened, and so I would sneak it into my day every chance I got! Each time I came back to it, I was sucked in and loved every minute of it. When I got to the end, I was at a loss, thinking how on earth am I gonna write a review on this?! Ever love a book so much you just can’t put it into words? This is one of those for me.

Knowing Amelia like I do, this was like an intimate inside look into her life. Eva was Amelia in written form, and I loved the insight into the life of a writer, struggles and all. Plus, who doesn’t want a man like Bennett, bribes of food and sex? Count me in! Both of these characters have secrets, not wanting to scare the other off, they bury them deep and live in the bubble of a small cabin by the lake for the week, both with looming deadlines to reach they push each other towards an end. One that neither of them see coming till the thought of not having it shakes them both to their very core. The storm that brews, both inside of them and that of nature, will have you racing towards the end.

I’ve loved this Wounded Hearts series since I got my hands on Day in Before She Was Mine, then again with Wes in After I Was His, and now with Bennett in When He Saw Me, I’m not sure I can pick a favorite as each of them bring out a different side of the war that is brought home from war.

If I could give more than 5-stars for this I would. Can’t wait for what else is in store for these men!

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