Axel (Corps Security Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Axel is a super alpha, translation 6'6, "muscles on top of muscles", he bellows and grunts, and likes to order everyone about...typical alpha. Totally not my type but I could deal with Axel. I'm far more interested in his marine buddies and business partners Greg Cage and Maddox Locke, so I will be continuing with the series just for their stories. There are two more guys, Beck and Coop, so hopefully I'll get interested in them as well.
The heroine, Izzy, ugh at times I wanted to smack her to get her to snap out of it. I get she has had a lot of crap thrown her way, but so much of her angst became filler. She was constantly crying, having a breakdown and then crawling into the arms of Greg and Maddox. If she and Axel would have just communicated a third of the book could have been cut. I get needing some drama to move the plot along, but this was excessive, so I took a star away for that. It was not a slow burn, but more like drama, drama, drama, more drama and then explosive sex. When they finally started talking, it picked up with a good mix of healthy communication, action, suspense, and lots of sexy time.
P.S. Scene stealer award goes to...Sway, who I LOVED!!
Isabelle was understandably upset when she sees Axel again, #@!! I personally would have suffered a nervous break down if that had been me, luckily she had good friends to protect her emotionally until she could come to terms with the situation. Axel may want to choke Isabelle but would never physically harm her in any way, and when he finds out the circumstances behind why he has been called to protect her, his eyes are opened a little. When the entire truth is revealed, its almost heart breaking because they could have been happy and together this entire time.
Axel is the first book in the Corps Security series. This series has the potential to be a very good one if done right. There was a lot going on in this book so at times it made it hard to really get into, but I enjoyed it at the same time. I loved the introduction to the characters in this series and hope that the remaining books will be able to center more on each of their stories than trying to cram them all into one book.
***I thought I had posted my review for this previously but since I didn't I am now***