Brave (Contours of the Heart, #4) by Tammara Webber

Brave (Contours of the Heart, #4)

Courage means rising up to defend your beliefs...or daring to question them.Erin McIntyre was captivating, but forbiddenHis professional subordinateThe embodiment of unearned privilegeThe daughter of his sworn enemyIsaac Maat was impossible to readSmart, ambitious, and emotionally detachedHotter than anyone's boss should ever beAnd definitely hiding something...He told himself that getting to know her would help him take down her father.She told ...

Details Brave (Contours of the Heart, #4)

TitleBrave (Contours of the Heart, #4)
Release DateDec 17th, 2017
PublisherTammara Webber
GenreNew Adult, Romance, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance

Reviews Brave (Contours of the Heart, #4)

  • Irina
    There's no other way to put it.I'm disappointed.At the beginning the slowness didn't bother me because it was a (well written) slow burn "romance". In fact, I was pretty excited and I was loving it. But then at 50% still nothing was burning and I've begun to lose interest.There was no sexual tension. None. No build-up. I feel like saying "I felt nothing!". Every emotion I had was never related to them as a couple.This is not an enemies-to-lovers ...
  • Liza Wiemer
    A must-read NA novel that can be read as a standalone or part of the fabulous CONTOURS OF THE HEART series. This novel tackles some tough issues. It's eye-opening and will break your heart as well as make you swoon. Smart, sexy, and beautifully written. Expect the unexpected! This novel has depth, compassion, and a window into this world reminding us that hatred is poison and love can transform. BRAVE reminds us all to stand up for what's right. ...
  • Dísir
    It has been a long, long time since I’ve read a Tammara Webber book and coming back to one is a reminder of ‘Contours of the Heart’ as one of the first few books that actually made me aware of the then-emerging New Adult (sub)genre that had suddenly scored big hits with so many people. As the rocky relationship between Isaac Maat and Erin McIntyre emerges in the first few chapters however, what I’d evidently also forgotten is Webber’s s...
  • Erika B. (SOS BOOKS)
    I'm trying not to be disappointed, but I am. I know I shouldn't compare books but Easy is still a favorite book of mine. I'm talking multiple re-reads so that makes it shiny and important to me. This story lacked all the shine and sparkle. I'll even shorten that last word and tell you that the spark between the two characters wasn't all that spectacular either. I wasn't invested. The butterflies in my stomach didn't come out to play. So I'm giv...
  • Rachel
    Beautifully Brave This was worth the beautiful wait. I adore everything about the words that Mrs. Webber always gives us. I loved Erin in easy, but this story was wonderful, from the dedication to the acknowledgements. To find these characters that are hurt and damaged and trying to find themselves and love is always beautifully done. These two wonderful people were struggling, but they found what they needed in each other. It made my heart so ha...
  • Carla
    Worth the waitTammara Webber once again proves to be a masterful storyteller and the Queen of character development. It's been a long while since I've been unable to put a book down until it was finished. The characters are likeable, the story is engaging, the issues aren't shied away from. All that and the chemistry is between Erin and Isaac is palpable. This is going to be re-read, and often.
  • Laura
    Just about as perfect as you can get. I couldn't have enjoyed this more. I missed the male POV at first but I soon learnt what was in Isaacs head because he was so candid with Erin. Love. Love. Love.