Review of Finn by Ahren Sanders

Four stars

Finn Cover


I thought I knew what love was, but I didn’t have a f*%king clue. Now, I’m in the fight of my life to win over the woman who owns my soul. ~ Finn Black 

The face of an angel… 
The heart of a saint… 

One look, one smile, and I didn’t stand a chance. The instant my eyes landed on Presley Chambers, I was a goner. She was a force of nature that turned my world upside down. Sweet, sassy, and sexy as hell, she brought me to my knees. 

But she isn’t just any woman, she’s a gift, she’s a goddess, she’s my disease… and I’ll fight like hell to erase her fears. 

Sometimes fate has other plans. Now our future is in her hands. 

I can only hope she’ll give us the chance we both deserve. 

The idea that someone could possess me was insane… until I met Finn Black.~ Presley Chambers 

The face of Adonis… 
The heart of a hero… 

Finn Black infiltrated my safe world the minute he breathed my name. He broke down my barriers and convinced me to take a chance. For the first time ever, I was living my life with a man who promised me a future only dreams are made of. 

Sometimes the line between love and longing are tested. 

He’s asked me to trust him, to trust us, but the fear of losing him became too much. 

Now I must decide if I’m willing to take a leap of faith, and hope he’ll be there to catch me.

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Finn is a sweet story of love and loss. It put tears in my eyes within the first few pages.

After Finn and Presley meet and have their first date, Presley is introduced to Finn’s family of friends. It was at this point in the story where I disconnected a little. I found the characters to be overly emotional and sensitive, which had me struggling to relate to them and find a connection.

However, after a while I found my feet with the story and relaxed, until of course things for Finn and Presley started to go wrong. Then came the anxiety. Though I found the storyline quite predictable, the author still kept me on the edge of my seat, frantically flicking through the pages with my heart pounding.

While I found the characters to be overly emotional at times, the more I read, the more I started to enjoy them and the strong familial connection they all shared. They have big hearts and are fiercely protective of one another.

There were many tearful moments, not only because of the loss of family but because we are shown the other side of death of the men and women that fight for their country. We see from the family’s side, the ones who are left behind and the struggles they face when someone they love is taken from them.

In many ways this story is an eye opener and is not a book I’ll forget any time soon.

About the Author

Ahren spent her formative years living in an active volcano. There her family made collectible lava art. She studied rock collecting at the Sorbonne in France. There she met the love of her life-her pet pig Sybil. She returned to the states and started writing. She is happily married to a guy who used to live under a bridge and she met while pole-dancing. They have one amazing daughter. 
Now, meet the real me. I grew up in the south and consider myself a true “Southerner”. Most of the special locations mentioned in my books are reflections of my favorite places. Living on the Florida coast, my family spends a lot time at the beach which is where I usually can be found with a book in my hand. I started writing my Surrender Series, in the spring of 2013 and have received incredible support from the Indie community. Throughout this year, I have been privileged to meet some amazing people that I am thankful to have in my life.


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