I’m over at Dear Author with a review of Trust Me by Rachel Grant. A cracker of a read.
Back in October I was over at Dear Author with a review of Into the Storm by Rachel Grant. Suspenseful and action-packed with a whirlwind romance, but part of the hero’s backstory bothered me.
I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Squared Away by Annabeth Albert, narrated by Greg Boudreaux. Fabulous narration and a very sweet love story.
Why I read it: I listened to Only Her (which I reviewed for AudioGals) recently and I really liked it. So I borrowed this one from my library.
What it’s about: (from Goodreads) When his best friend and fellow Navy SEAL, Evan Prescott, died in his arms on the battlefield, Logan Kincaid gave his word to watch over Evan’s widow. But for two years he kept his distance…torn between honoring his solemn vow and succumbing to his secret love for his fallen comrade’s wife. But when Dani Prescott desperately reaches out to Logan for the help only he can give, he rushes to her side—determined to fight for her safety as fiercely as he fights against his own buried desire.
Someone claiming to be her husband is stalking Dani and her infant daughter, making them virtually prisoners in their remote country home. Logan’s elite military training and high-risk security expertise have outmatched more dangerous enemies. But the real challenge will be the burning temptation that threatens to overcome Logan whenever Dani is near…especially when she reveals her own hidden passion.
What worked for me (and what didn’t): Crazy for Her is book one in the K2 Team series. It starts with a prologue showing how Evan Prescott dies in action and eloquently describes the feelings Logan Kincaid, his SEAL team commander, feels about the loss of his best friend. Logan promises Evan he will look after Evan’s wife, Dani and the the baby on its way but then gets shot in the head and recovering from his injury gets in the way.
I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Only Her by Sandra Owens, narrated by Amy McFadden & Sebastian York. Really good romantic suspense and there are dogs and cats and kittens! Win.
I’m over at Dear Author with a review of The SEAL’s Rebel Librarian by Anne Calhoun. Poor editing let this one down.