Review: Marry Me
Author: Karen Stivali
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Ben Davis, drummer of one of Britain’s most popular bands, never thought he would find love again after losing his wife and childhood love. Until Julia Jones, rising designer landed the job of outfitting Ben’s band with tailored suits for the kickoff of their Northeast tour.
Smitten from their first meeting, Ben regularly asks Julia to marry him and she politely declines. Julia finally caves under his relentless pursuit and can’t believe she denied him for so long. Each with a past that made them who they were, Ben and Julia tend to their beautiful romance with patience, consideration and understanding.
I fell in love with these two. Ben knew the meaning of loss and cherished Julia, all the while stoking the flame of their desire. Their love is so beautiful and tangible. It gives you hope that love like theirs is possible. Not to mention the intimacy between Ben and Julia smoldered to ignition and swept like wildfire.
Michele gives this book