Top positive review
Dax & Robbie
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 30, 2022
IMO, most guys reject romance novels as fluff and full of sex. They would rather avoid anything to do with romance writers, believing they are sex deprived and desperate. Dax gets his attitude changed after meeting Robbie and seeing what her life as a romance writer is really like. Her mail, experiences and everyday life show just how attached fans can get to their favorite authors. Her personality does not conform to his way of thinking she should be like, so Dax has his work cut out for him researching Robbie’s true self and seeing for himself how she is not being paranoid.
I love all the twists and turns surrounding Robbie, her writing and her love of animals. I also enjoy how calm and positive Dax is when he is with Robbie. Every day he helps her to deal with her social anxiety and with him there, she is able to better deal with those issues.
With all the details outlining Trent’s personality, I felt bad for Robbie’s experiences living with this selfish man. He appeared to be so insecure that he had to belittle Robbie in order to have control over her.
I found Dax and Robbie’s story to be so full of heart and compassion. Dax has the personality Robbie needs to move forward in her life without the fear of criticism for her dreams. Her paranormal romance hit a few nerves with her audience, but Robbie is the creator of her work and therefore, she is able to write what she feels. People just have to realize it’s “not just a book” for Robbie, but her thought process and internal awareness at that time helping her to decide which direction her characters are going to go at any given time.
I’m one to say that powerful stories can stick with a person for a long time, but criticizing an author’s work is a small action that can have a large impact and not a very nice thing to do if it’s done with malice. I love how Robbie is able to overcome her anxiety and have the push to write the next book in her series.
Love this story and can’t wait for more from this author.