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Rescue Me (Shelter Me Series Book 2) by [Coopmans, Kathy]
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Erin McIntyre is a survivor. Four years ago she bundled up her six year old daughter and set sail into uncharted waters with nothing more than the will to survive. When offered a place to stay and a new job by her best friend's cousin Adam, she simply cannot refuse...but he quickly becomes more than a friend. Afraid to love again, Erin remains steadfast, certain the only person she can trust is herself. But when her past comes knocking, threatening to tear her carefully constructed world apart, the support of a man who believes in her more than she does herself will be the one thing that can keep her head above water. Will old habits prove too hard to break and leave Erin drowning in a sea of self-doubt, or can she let go of her fears and learn to love once more?

Adam Payne never thought he would find love; he wasn’t even looking for it. However, after Erin McIntyre walks into his life he finds himself falling hard and fast for her. Determined to show Erin that she is worthy of not only his love but of herself, he will stop at nothing to make this woman his. But when Erin’s past comes back to haunt them all, will Adam be able to rescue her from her worst fear?

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  • Language: English
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tragically beautiful! 13 January 2015
By Cra-z-brain - Published on Amazon.com
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Rescue Me is a heartbreaking and uplifting book all in one. It makes you cry—and I mean ugly cry—then has you awwwing moments later. It’s a story of survival at it’s best, about watching an abused woman struggle through the insecurities within herself after being beat down for so long and wondering if she’s worthy of being loved again.
Watching Erin break down walls and see if she’s capable of allowing another person into the mess of her emotions is an emotional journey, not only for the characters in the book, but for you as the reader.
And, the main guy in this story—oh my. I swooned hard. To see a man so hell bent on proving to a woman that she is worthy of love, that she is not broken, made me want to reach into my kindle and hug him like crazy. The sweetness to him knew no bounds. Adam Payne should be your new book boyfriend.
Watching the tiptoeing of a new relationship, especially one where abuse is an issue made for a tear jerker of a read. I found myself sucked into this book, gripping my kindle and needing to know how it was going to play out. There are scenes that are so terrifyingly realistic I had to close my eyes—like that would stop what was about to happen—but then I would open themand read on, gutted by what was happening.
Amazing visual writing by Mrs. Coopmans and fantastic supporting characters. I love when a story transports me so much so, that it feels more like I’m living it than reading it and this book did that for me. I also love having lots of characters to fall in love with, as long as they complement the story and this author did a great job with adding her supports in at just the right moments.
Beautiful story of survival, triumph and love. Giving it a 5 star rating is a no brainer and I highly recommend it to anyone.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars sweet and all around great guy 13 January 2015
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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The 2nd book of the Shelter Me series is just as captivating as the first. Adam is a handsome, sweet and all around great guy. Erin is a single mother who is struggling to overcome her past and make a life for her daughter. Due to the abuse she suffered at the hands of her husband, Erin has erected walls around her heart making it almost impossible to trust. Adam has tried to be Erin's friend but he wants more, he wants all of her. This is journey of love. Will Adam's love for her give Erin the strength to confront her past? Read to find out.

On a side note the author has written this story beautifully. As a domestic abuse survivor I can completely relate to Erin's Story. For me she is more than a survivor but also a Hero. Thank you Kathy Coopmans for Rescue Me....
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kathy! you're killing me in a great way! 17 January 2015
By Helena Rizzuto - Published on Amazon.com
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First and foremost, Thank you Kathy for bringing to the forefront a very real, very true issue many people deal with today. I wish that more people would openly write about this subject so that more people could take and educate themselves and be more aware.

Now, my review...
How the heck do I write a review for a book that is pure fabulousness? The crossover from Shelter Me into Rescue Me... So well done it felt like I didn't have a wait for this book! I love that you didn't leave me thinking well... What happened between book one and book two? The snapshots of past characters kept me enthralled. When I read a series, I like to be kept up to date with characters I've read previously. This is a heart warming story. From the love that Adam and Erin have with each other to the openness that Adam has with loving Sierra. This book, while fiction, could easily be someone's life. And I'll admit... It had me panting! Talk about saucy and sensual... Not overtly filled with sex, boy was it good! I had to put my kindle down several times take deep breaths and ravish my husband! ( he thanks you by the way) Adam and Erin's relationship isn't perfectly written but that's a good thing. It makes them more realistic. More able for readers to connect. While Joel is a villain and almost scary like, he too was written in the sense that the reader could actually identify with him or know someone that IS him. But what book wouldn't be complete without the resident skank.... Lol I loved it and hated it and was glad for it! Shelby is definitely quite the character. She's vulgar, obstinate and oh man I want to be her! She's the perfect sister for the withdrawn and slightly held back Erin. Kathy, this book is pure genius!!
5.0 out of 5 stars I Loved this book!!! 24 March 2015
By Stacy Hahn - Published on Amazon.com
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Rescue Me is book 2 in the Shelter Me Series. I can't tell you how much I loved this book. This book reached in and squeezed my heart and did not let go. Rescue Me is a story about a woman who survived being battered and abused both physically and mentally by her ex-husband. He has torn her self worth to nothing. Erin found the strength to leave, to save her daughter Sierra, but she has a hard time finding the strength to love herself. That is until Adam is able to reach in and tear down the walls and show her how much she is worth. Adam is completely swoon worthy and will melt your heart. His is the total opposite of the evil that is her ex. He not only loves Erin, but he loves and adores Sierra as well. So much happens in this book that you will not be able to put it down. Erin's past comes back and she is in for the fight of her life, and fight she does! This is a 5 star must read!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Just Ok 19 June 2015
By RJ2B's - Published on Amazon.com
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Overall this was a decent read that kept me entertained. Adam and Erin were good together. She is a much more developed character than he is. We just know that Adam was a bit of a player before meeting Erin, but we don't get much of a back story on his growing up years. We actually don't get much information on Erin's growing up either but we do know that her parents passed away and she and her sister were mostly raised by their grandmother. Her character development comes mostly from learning about her abusive ex-husband and how she is dealing with that.

I won't go into the story too much here but I'll outline what I did like and what didn't work for me.
I liked that Adam pursued Erin knowing she was coming from an abusive relationship; he was very patient with her and took things at her pace. Adam was also great with Erin's daughter Sierra and he was totally willing to fill the father figure role for her. The amount of heat in this book was also great and you could really tell they couldn't get enough of each other.

What I didn't like...I didn't like that Adam agreed to let Sierra call him Daddy when he wasn't even sure where his relationship with Erin was going and he didn’t know if he was even in love with her at that point. It also bugged me that Erin was totally ok with this. I'm sorry, if I ever did get divorced I think it would take me a really long time before I even let my kids meet a man I was dating, and I certainly wouldn't let them call the new man Daddy when we hadn't made any sort of commitment to one another. I get that this situation is a little different in that Sierra's father wasn't around at all, but I still think it's ridiculous that this would be ok after only a few months of knowing one another. The writing was also a little formal at times. This is a contemporary romance so I would expect some words to be shortened, like we're, they're, they'll, etc. The author didn't do a lot of this and I thought it disrupted the flow of the book a little. She also used phrases that do not reflect the times. People in their 20's do not use the word "stunning" anymore and I don't think I've ever heard anyone say "I was ever so excited".
Even through the annoying parts I still enjoyed the story and it kept me entertained enough that I will think about reading Shelby and Antonio’s story. That being said, I think the book would have to be on sale for me to buy it.

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