Author: Carey Heywood
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Description (from Goodreads):
Casual flings are the only way to go.
Everyone you trust eventually leaves.
Falling in love is for anyone, but her.
What else would she say when all she knows is loss and abandonment? Sawyer Sterling learned too young that depending on anyone else will get her nothing but heartache in the end. Never shying away from outwardly showing her love, she struggles accepting it herself. Stubbornly, she vows to never risk her heart.
Dealing with revelations she never saw coming, her impulse is to distance herself from emotional entanglements. When her past collides with her present, can Jared Keller help prove to her just how wrong her assumptions are? He is the exception to her argument that everyone leaves. Will she ever see him as something she deserves?
I received a free ecopy of this book as a beta reader.
Sawyer Says is about Sawyer, who has had a rough start to life. Her parents died when she was young and her grandma, her only living relative, pawns her off on strangers to raise her. Luckily for Sawyer, the people who care for her are good people. Although she thinks she’lll never love anyone, she eventually figures out that not only are there people in her life whom she already loves, she’s also capable of falling in love.
It was easy to empathize with Sawyer because of all she’s been through. Her roommate, Jared, is an all around good guy and almost too good to be true.
This is a good story and anyone who likes romances will enjoy it.