Vow of Devotion by Emma Renshaw


Title: Vow of Devotion
Series: Vow Series #4
Author: Emma Renshaw
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 25, 2019


One look.
Just like
That’s all
it takes for me to know I wanted Ava for more than one night. She takes a
single look at me and only sees a player. 
The young,
single mom doesn’t give her trust easily. Convincing her I want more than a one
night stand is the best thing I’ve ever done until it all crashes down around
As I’m
framed for crimes I didn’t commit, I fight to prove my innocence and battle to
convince Ava and her daughter to stay.
When the
stakes rise, will I be able to prove my vow of devotion? 

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Emma loves
to write, just don’t ask her to write about herself. If she isn’t writing,
you can find her lost in a book or trying to get her doggo to take a selfie
with her. He usually refuses. At the end of the day, you can find Emma at the
closest Mexican restaurant eating queso and sipping on a margarita. She lives
in Texas with her husband and dog.
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4.5 stars

Though I have not read any book in Emma Renshaw’s Vow series, I absolutely loved reading Vow of Devotion, book 4. I loved the blurb as soon as I read and knew it was a book I wanted to read, and I am so glad I did. The story was so sweet and charming. I fell for all the characters right from beginning and cheered them on!

Ava Kincaid has worked very hard to build a safe and secured life for herself and her adorable daughter Lily. She has her degree and has a good job lined up. Hudson Wells’ life changed the minute he saw Ava and Lily. He was a goner. I loved how determined Hudson was to show Ava how good he could be to both of them and how much they meant to him. Ava struggled with letting Hudson in, but watching him with her daughter touched her deeply.

I loved the characters in this story so much. Hudson was not only trying to show Ava how good he could be for them but struggling with other things in his life and yet you cannot help but to love him. Ava was more reserved, but she had Lily to think of and she is her priority. Could they find a way to build something together?

Vow of Devotion by Emma Renshaw was a great read. I absolutely adored it. The characters, the story and their slow burning build up. And Hudson and Lily were wonderful together. This can be read and enjoyed as a standalone and one I highly recommend. I am excited to read all the books in the series and more from this author.

~ Liz


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