Book Blitz, Book Reviews

Release Blitz and Review: Say You Love Me, by Sabre Rose


Title: Say You Love Me
Author: Sabre Rose
Genre: Psychological Romantic Suspense
Release Date: November 7, 2019


One night and everything changed.
We became strangers.
Now, he doesn’t look at me, doesn’t touch me.
He blames me.
But I need him. I want him.
And I will do anything to win back his affection.
Even if it is to let another into our marriage.
He is my husband.
And I will love him. 

**My Review**

Welcome to my stop on the release blitz for Say You Love Me, the latest novel from author Sabre Rose. This was my first time reading anything by this author and it was a page-turner for me. This one is tricky to review because the blurb is so vague that I don’t want to give anything away, so bear with me.

This is about a husband and wife, Finity and Hudson, and all the reader is allowed to know for a great deal of the book is that she did something to completely break him. I had several ideas of what she did, but all of my thoughts ended up proven wrong.  Hudson and Finity are obviously very much in love, despite his behaviors, but it’s also apparent that something has gone terribly wrong at some point. The novel starts with him picking her up from an inpatient facility, then the story is told from their dual points of view flip-flopping between past and present. What the reader gets to see is a very angry and broken man taking out all of that anger on the wife that he loves. And what’s even more disturbing is that she welcomes it. Anything to get his attention, even if it’s bad, uncomfortable, and so on – she doesn’t care – she just wants him to display some sort of feeling and emotion related to her. And he does some stuff that I would like to say would earn any man an ass-kicking, but I haven’t been in that situation.

Part of me finds this novel to be an extraordinary love story. Part of me wanted to grab these characters by the throat and call Dr. Phil for an emergency session. Nevertheless, I couldn’t put this one down. There is some crazy shit in this novel which made me feel as if I had the most vanilla, normal marriage on earth. But at the end of the day, this one is about two people doing the best they can to cope with the hands that they have been dealt in life. I can’t say if I liked or hated either Hudson or Finity, but the author obviously poured her heart and soul into her character development, so bravo for that!

The third significant character within the story is a young man named Riley whom Finity met at the wellness center. Poor Riley is just innocent and I’m sorry, horny. He gets pulled into their completely dysfunctional life and becomes a pawn. Although we never get Riley’s POV, the author’s writing paints the picture perfectly so the reader is aware that Riley will do absolutely anything to get the object of his affection. 

Not everyone will enjoy Say You Love Me, this I can guarantee. However, readers that want something a bit darker and edgier regarding romance/women’s fiction – this one is a must-read. It will not leave you with warm and fuzzy feelings, but you will know that you read a damned good book. Hats off to Sabre Rose for writing something beautiful, dark, emotional, romantic, sexy, and totally out of the box. 

*Thanks to GMB and the author for providing this ARC in exchange for my honest review!

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Author Bio
Sabre Rose is an author of contemporary, dark and suspense
romance. She writes about love and lust. Flawed people in messy relationships.
Happiness and heartbreak. Loyalty and betrayal.

With stories as unpredictable as they are steamy and
intense, Sabre draws you into the lives of her characters and their complicated
Living in the deep south of New Zealand, she enjoys reading,
binge-watching TV shows, coffee and diet coke and, of course, writing. 
Occasionally she does other things such as housework. Unless
she can avoid it.


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