This was another of those books where the main characters were just okay but it was the secondary characters that really caught my interest. I have a copy of the next book and I plan on reading that one was well. Younger sister Alex caught my attention, as well as “Baby Thor” brother Gage.
Genre: Blue Collar
[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]This book takes us time traveling back to when Joss and Braden first started dating. It features Craig the bartender who kissed Joss to piss off Braden before they officially starting dating. I enjoyed watching Craig the manwhore being hooked for the first time and how amazed he was that he like it.[/box] […]
[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]Nuts. This book is full of of them. Everyone in this story is little bit crazy and a great deal delightful. I just loved Leo and Roxie. This book had the same magic as her Redhead series and Wallbanger. It’s a perfect blend of witty banter, romance, sex and fun. [/box] Roxie Callahan […]
[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]In her first contemporary story, Sara Humphreys proves that she doesn’t need to hide behind the gimmick of vampire teeth and magic to write a good story. Brave the Heat is a sweet romance which focuses on getting past the fears of the past so that you can grab hold of the future […]
If you liked Fargo, either the movie or the TV series, you will like the writing of C.J. Box. This was my first novel from this author and at the very least, I want to read the prior novel, The Highway. Be warned, just like Fargo, it doesn’t hold back on the violence.
I was asked to be part of the blog tour for Book 2, Fighting Shadows, and the story intrigued me so I agreed. When I looked into the series, I just had to start with Book 1, Fighting Silence. I was overwhelmed by the story of love and family, and their struggle to keep this family together.
Although this is not an original plot, the likable characters more than make up for that. These friends have great chemistry which becomes explosive even before they actually make it to a bed. And let’s not forget a titillating game of bad cop/dirty cop.
I was pleasantly surprised to find myself enjoying this story. After Book #1, I thought Raina would end up back together with Miah, but the polished and snobby Duncan hid a damaged psyche and his underlying insecurities made him more human and I enjoyed his damaged character a great deal.