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Katie Reus visits Red Stone Security bringing us another quick and intense read as Ivy Danger faces off not only a physical danger but also the danger of losing her heart to her best friend, Nash Harris. As an art recovery expert, Ivy leads an interesting and fulfilling life professionally, but her heart seems to call for home and Nash Harris. 

New minted operative for Red Stone Security, Nash Harris has always loved Ivy and when circumstances lead them to fake a relationship, he jumps in with his two feet! And when Ivy’s life is threatened working her new case, Nash is right with her covering her six. 

This is such a witty story and the dynamics of the Danger family and the dialogue is just a super fun read. It’s always wonderful to re-visit the original characters of Red Stone and makes you go back to read the entire series all over again. But each story is a standalone and playing catch up on the series is just pure reading pleasure to the new readers.

This light and quick read from Katie Reus is perfect for the romantic at heart.

Received an ARC from KR Press, LLC via NetGalley for an honest review.

“Trusting Molly” continues towing the line in the new series of Silverstone. Kidnapped and rescued by the special Silverstone crew, Molly Smith has a lot of trauma to get over, and Mark “Smoke” Chamberlin is right in the wings to support Molly in her new rescued life. But coming home to tragic news, and finding herself all alone in the world can be terrifying by any standards. And trying to unmask the domestic danger threatening Molly is even more of a challenge that Smoke is willing to put that threat six feet under to protect the love of his life. 

I have not missed one single book of Susan Stoker! From her Badge Of Honor series to Delta Force Heroes series to Seal Of Protection series to Ace Security series, and now the Silverstone series, the plots may be simple and very realistic, but there’s just this charm in her narration that draws me to her books time and again. 

There’s no denying the fact that she’s one of my top authors I’m addicted to. Her writing is intense, her characters charismatic, her plots entertaining and her narration are tight and emotionally charged to keep the readers engrossed and enthralled. 

Received an ARC from Montlake Romance, Amazon Digital Services LLC, via NetGalley for an honest review.

A book from Katie Reus can never ever disappoint me and this MacArthur sure enough has the right moves making me fall for him.

Book one, “Falling For Irish”, in her new series of the MacArthur family, Daniel MacArthur gets a second chance to win his lady, Kathryn Irish back. Their first meeting is electrifying, and Kathryn does kick some ass on her mission. But the kick-ass lady needs some protection and Daniel is more than willing to fill those shoes.

Never having getting over one another, it was jus a matter of putting the past misunderstandings to rest, take care of the danger in the present, and have their future in their hands. A truly witty, loving and heartwarming read for the romantic suspense addicts!

Received an ARC from Katie Reus via NetGalley for an honest review!

I have read every book of Susan Stoker, and not once but multiple times! From her Badge Of Honor series to Delta Force Heroes series to Seal Of Protection series to Ace Security series, and now the Silverstone series. Plots may be simple and very realistic, but there’s just this charm in her narration that draws me to her books time and again. 

“Trusting Skylar” tows the line in the new series of Silverstone. A cautious and caring school teacher Skylar gets a tow for her car by a former military operative Carson Rhodes aka Bull, sparking an attraction that both would like to explore. And explore they would, as the entire Silverstone family accepts Skylar as its member. But the fact remains that Skylar is innocent to the evil in the world, and Bull fears the aftermath of exposing her to Silverstone and what he really stand for. Trusting Skylar with his truth is Bull’s only option for a future together, and Skylar will have to have rely on her love for Carson to overcome her fears. 

I just love Susan Stoker and her works. Her writing is intense, her characters charismatic, her plots entertaining and her narration are tight and emotionally charged to keep the readers engrossed and enthralled. 

Received an ARC from Montlake Romance, Amazon Digital Services LLC, via NetGalley for an honest review.

It’s been a while since I read Alissa Callen, and have always enjoyed her books. Her Wildflower Ranch series is one of my favorites that I’ve revisited many a time. 

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“A Texas Christmas Wish” has the charm of Alissa’s writing as she brings corporate lawyer Mason Firth to Aggie Harper’s small town of warmth, tinsel and loving citizens. A search for answers from his mother’s past opens a path of love and romance for Mason, as he spends time with Aggie. 

Aggie and Mason make a beautiful couple and with the support of the small town of family and friends, “A Texas Christmas Wish” is heartwarming read, perfect for the beginning of the holiday season.

Received an ARC from Tule Publishing through Book Funnel for an honest review.

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