Book Review: Lifesaver by Harper Dell

Lifesaver by Harper Dell

Love Bites: Valentine’s Day

February 7, 2017



This is a story of a woman’s journey to confidence with the help of a sexy, hot man. He was attracted to her regardless of what her size was. He liked her for who she was and he liked her body-all of it. While it is not one of my favorite reads from Harper Dell, it still is an entertaining, fun read with likeable characters. As with the other books in Love Bites, Lifesaver is a quick, fast-paced, sexy romance with steamy sex.


If you’ve ever felt insecure about your body, you’ll love Cathy’s journey to confidence, with a little help from a hot man. When Cathy, a school teacher, is told she needs to learn to swim in order to take the children on a field trip, she is horrified. She has always been a large woman and wouldn’t be caught dead in a swimsuit. It’s bad enough when she realizes the swimming coach is a man, but when she discovers he’s the hunkiest divorced father at her school, she is mortified. Only, she soon realizes that swimming lessons with him aren’t that bad. In fact, she begins to look forward to them – to cool water and warm hands, to the safety and trust that he offers. Over time, something changes between them. The cold shivers she feels are no longer caused by the water. Could a gorgeous man like Dan really be attracted to a woman like her? When Dan wangles his way onto the school field trip, she soon finds out. Only Dan doesn’t want to disrupt his son, Ricky’s life. But when Ricky has a medical emergency it’s Cathy’s life that just may change forever. Lifesaver is part of the Love Bites family of books. These fast-paced, standalone holiday romances offer that perfect bit of ‘me time’. Other books in the Love Bite’s family include Harper Dell’s A Soldier’s Kiss (Fourth of July), Holding My Breath (Halloween) and Miracle Guy (Christmas).


Lifesaver (Love Bites: Valentine’s Day)


Romance author, Harper Dell, writes super sexy romantic fiction. Strong, sensual plots bring you love, romance and, of course, dollops of steamy sex. Along with fiction, Harper writes and edits for daily soap opera and television drama.




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