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REVIEW : Out of Control by Sagan Morrow


Some rules are made to be broken…

It’s not that ambitious, pragmatic Helen Gilbert needs everything done her own way—it’s just that her way is always the best way.

And that holds true for everything in her life, from reorganizing her boss’s filing cabinet without telling him… to her volunteer work with managing a charity fashion show… to the rules she has with her new husband, Ben, about their open relationship.

The rule she’s most adamant about? No falling in love with anyone else.

Ben just broke that rule.

And what’s more, Helen might be—horror of horrors!—catching feelings for other people, too.

Suddenly, all of her careful planning and preparation has gone up in flames. Helen realizes that perhaps she doesn’t have everything in her life under the meticulous command she thought she did… and now, she has to decide if she’s willing to give up that control to save her marriage…

Is it so much to ask
For you to think of me
For you to look at me
For you to love?

my review

This is the first book I’ve read from Sagan Morrow and it is book number 6 in the series. I have not read any of the previous ones, but I still felt that I could easily follow the story and had a good sense on what was going on with the story. Though, it definitely left me curious about the secondary characters and wanting to know more about them.

I know this book isn’t going to be for everyone, but if you have an open mind and are willing to take the chance this story was great. I loved Helen. She wasn’t afraid to ask for what she wanted, even if it is different from the norm. I loved that this story no only focus’s on Helen and Ben and their relationship, but I love the relationship between Helen and her friends. They don’t judge. They are supportive. They all build each other up.

I am definitely curious about the upcoming books in this series to see where things are going to go. If you’re looking for something different than the norm when it comes to romance novels then Out of Control is definitely one to check out!

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