18 May 2018

Until You Set Me Free | Review

Title: Until You Set Me Free
Series: Until You #1
Author: D.M. Davis
Pages: 210 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
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Review
This book was provided by the author through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you D.M. Davis and Netgalley!

Until You Set Me Free is the first book in the Until You series and tells the story of Samantha and Joseph. Samantha is really focused on her studies so she can finally work at the company she’s always dreamt of. She’s even that focused that she doesn’t really notice how beautiful and sexy she is until she meets Joseph. Joseph is her brother’s roommate and he’s going to work for his family business after he graduates. Joseph’s family business is also the company that Samantha wants to work for. They meet and they immediately feel attracted to each other, but will they pursue the romance or will they stay determined to get the jobs they’ve always dreamt of?


Until You Set Me Free is a New Adult and Romance novel and that was exactly what I needed. It’s been awhile since I read a good NA/Romance read and I was feeling a bit like shit and this book really helped. It just felt so good to read it and take my mind of all the stuff I was worrying about.

Until You Set Me Free is such a fast-paced read! I started reading around 10 PM and I finished it the day after. I only stopped reading because I was getting a headache due to lack of sleep. I didn’t want to stop but it was hard to continue reading while my head was hurting. The story was so interesting and good and I wanted to read more about Samantha and Joseph and I wanted to know how the story was going to end.


I really like that there’s this double POV because you get to know Samantha’s and Joseph’s feelings. I think that a double POV always gives the story something extra and it even makes the story better. And it was definitely well written and interesting. You got to know more about the characters and how they were really feeling and that makes the book even more perfect.

I highly recommend Until You Set Me Free and I need book 2, Until You Are Mine!

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