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Saving Sullivan by [Hubbard, Sara]
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About the Author

Sara Hubbard is the author of romantic fiction. Her debut novel BLOOD, SHE READ released fall 2012 and was a NEORWA Cleveland Rocks winner and a RCRW Duel on the Delta finalist. Sara lives in Nova Scotia, Canada with her two children (four if you count her husband and her needy labradoodle) and works as a registered nurse with the military.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1508 KB
  • Print Length: 279 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sara Hubbard (8 Sept. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NG1E9VQ
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #285,757 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Saving Sullivan - Sara Hubbard 4 Stars

A really lovely standalone.

Abby is a sweet girl, who loves her father and brothers dearly. She needs to move away for a few months to complete her nursing placement - on her journey there she meets the 'player' Sullivan. Whilst his actions shock and repulse her, as time goes on she still finds the attraction extremely hard to fight. They agree to be friends ...but can they ?

I'm not really into romances but this one was really lovely, drew me in and kept my attention all the way through, I loved Abby's strong and independent character and whilst Sullivan's actions annoyed me, my heart broke for him. I've only dropped a star as I felt she forgave him too quickly and it ended a little too suddenly - I would have really liked a little more at the end, maybe an epilogue.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x929895e8) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
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HASH(0x92c8b2ac) out of 5 stars A gorgeous, emotional book with hot smexytimes, too! 16 Sept. 2014
By Audra North - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Wow, this book. First, I have to say that I usually don't love using the trope of the virgin heroine because I find them to be too goody-goody and judgmental. But not Abby. From the start, it's clear that she is accepting, smart, and cool. I liked her character a lot because she was so no-nonsense and placed more importance on her studies and caring for others than anything else.

Sullivan is also a great character, even though he is not a likeable one at first. I sympathized with him, though, and by the end I was desperate for him to have something good in his life, despite his mistakes.

The only thing thing I didn't love was that, when Sullivan really, really messed up and did something truly terrible, Abby's forgiveness came too easily. It seemed rushed and didn't quite address the emotions there. Also, the dad's change at the end seemed a little too fast at the end, but despite these two small issues, this book was incredible. Really moving, believable, sexy, and romantic.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92ee03d8) out of 5 stars This book was so good.. 13 Sept. 2014
By Marjorie B. Serio - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This book was so good...I literally ignored my life today to finish.....

Abby is a no nonsense , I'll wear sneakers with my dress... Ill eat so much I will unbutton my pants kind of girl....I just love her so strong , but yet so guarded.. When she meet Sullivan a rich , playboy, womanizer . She insisted they could only be friends...she needed to stay away from him...she just can't !

I loved this book.. I loved the setting , I loved the forbidden romance, I love the Ending...Sara's writing is amazing...I devoured this book.. Perfect NA read;)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9316e3cc) out of 5 stars #LoveandForgiveness 29 July 2015
By Jennifer Pierson: The Power of Three Readers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I'm not going to lie, I LOVED this book. It hooked me from the beginning so I read it in one sitting.

Abby Claire is a sassy, sarcastic nursing student. She is a smart, no nonsense kind of girl. Her heart is huge and she really cares and accepts people for who they are. Sullivan Hope is a HOT, one and done type of guy on the outside. On the inside, he's a tortured soul, who uses alcohol to escape the pain. He's very closed off and won't let anyone in. His life is thrown for a loop when he meets Abby. She somehow brings out the good he has in him. As he starts to fall for her, he gets very spooked. Will Sullivan be able to open his heart to Abby or will he break it for good?

Saving Sullivan is a fun, flirty, HOT, and entertaining story. The character development was fantastic. I just loved Abby and Sullivan. Their first meeting had me laughing so hard. The interaction between these characters is hilarious, especially when they decided to be "just friends." Their relationship grew slowly as the complications smacked them in the face, like a realistic budding relationship. The love and forgiveness was beautiful as Sullivan isn't a settled in boyfriend overnight, so he makes some bad decisions because he is terrified of his strong feelings. My only complaint I had was that it wasn't long enough. I'm hoping we will get to see more of Sullivan and Abby in the near future. I recommend this book with both thumbs up.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By andrewsheath - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
First off I know some people don't like cheating in books I'm not trying to sway you from reading this book because it was really awesome but to me there was a scene that by my definition was cheating. Now Sullivan he can be a gentlemen at times, "he drags his hands down his face. "I'm not a complete a**hole. You take the bed and I'll take the floor." Then there's the side of him that's like a ex addict, "it doesn't take long before I hear his voice again. "You know, I've often wondered if I'm gay. Maybe we should eff, just to make sure I'm straight." Yes that was him trying to make fun of our girl Sam. He's also a heavy sleeper that doesn't mind making himself comfortable, "Sullivan snores quietly and when I try to move out from under his heavy muscled arm, he pulls me in closer and wraps his leg around mind." He likes to visit her at work and surprise her, "I was horny. I couldn't wait anymore." And then there's that tubing incident that's hilarious, "my pants! I have nothing on my a**!" He reached out to sup my naked a** cheeks. "Sullivan, help me find them!" Besides the one scene I didn't like I really enjoyed this book.
HASH(0x92fd7834) out of 5 stars 3.5 Mixed Feeling Stars!!! 15 July 2015
By Jennifer H. ~ Book B!tches Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I really don't know what to think about this book. On the one hand I really did like the story but on the other, there were some aspects of the storyline I didn't agree with or like.

I will admit that what drew me to this story was because it was written by Sara Hubbard, who also wrote inCAPABLE, which was a story I absolutely loved, so I figured this book would be just as great. I'm sad to say that this book fell short for me. I do still love Sara's writing style. Her stories, even if they aren't 5 stars, still suck you in and I find I have a hard time putting them down.

What really gave me trouble with this book was that I had a real hard time connecting with Sullivan. He took the word badboy/playboy to the extreme. So when it finally comes down to him admitting his feelings I found them hard to believe. Also Sara added some aspects to the story that I don't really like in my books. There are two hard limits for me and they are a love triangle and cheating, and Sara incorporated both of these in this book. The love triangle was a very short lived one, but still there non the less. And as for the cheating….I really can't express my feelings on that one. Some will say there is a fine line when it comes to Sullivan and his indiscretion, but in my eyes it was cheating and I lost some respect for both characters after that scene. I think that is were my disconnect with Abby happened. I felt she forgave Sullivan WAY to quickly and she should've made him grovel more.

Even with all that said, I still found myself invested in this story and I was still holding out hope that Abby and Sullivan got their HEA.

I am not trying to sway anyone from reading this book, I just like to give a far warning to readers who may not like certain aspects of a story, so they go into this knowing what to expect. Just because there were some things I didn't like, I would still recommend this book.

Saving Sullivan is a stand-alone novel, that is a quick read about a sweet girl who is forced to move away from her family for a short time and meets a man who is so not what she would be looking for but ends up falling for. This book is told solely in Abby's POV, I do wish we would've gotten some of Sullivan's POV, because there are times I wanted to know what he was thinking and feeling. Maybe I would've connected to him better had I known what was going on in his head. This book does have a Happy Ending, it's just a rough road to get there.
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