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- ASIN : B082RLJXGX
- Publication date : December 8, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 464 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 213 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #42,092 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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H and h meet, then it's flash forward to a year later and they conveniently have to quarantine together in a hotel room with a bed, but no furniture, due to being exposed to ebola (SMH). Cue the lusty sex with no pre-nooky discussions of STDs or birth control (again, SMH). False alarm, no ebola exposure, go in peace and H and h are gonna try and be a couple. * * Spoiler alert * * He's secretly (even though he's attended White House functions and some locals know who he is) the President's son, so without delay his mother was shot and killed and father's gravely wounded so he had to leave for his mother's funeral and he dumped the h with no explanation "for her own good." Riiiiiight, you're the President's only child and no one has connected the dots and leaked the fact that you're on a SWAT team in Kilgore Texas. Ugh.
Oh yeah, and cue the hostage situation, weak plot twist, couple gets back together, and the ever-present accidental pregnancy.
Saint is a teddy bear. I think every reader will want to hug him when they learn his back story. He's self-assured and protective and gives off all the feels.
Caro is adorable. She is accomplished and successful in her own right, yet family is still everything to her. Watching her claim Saint was really fun.
I recommend this book and the entire series to anyone who loves a tight knit cop community who has each other's backs as drama flows and love prospers. I loved this series!
It was also fun to see everyone together for the Christmas White Elephant exchange. Shenanigans, of course, ensued! ; )
Sweet, steamy, intriguing - I enjoyed this one a lot!!
Okay, first off I was not expecting that one heck of a twist on Saint's family and where he comes from. It threw me but in a good way. I will say that the story line and plot was one of the top 3 interesting story lines of the 12 boys. Their love story was sweet with a bit of twist. I really liked how she developed Carolina's character. I think out of all the swat 2.0 ladies she was the most insightful and understanding. I think that helped the story line flow and not feel so forced.
I recommend this series and all of the previous ones. I'm excited to see Lani bring us a new and exciting antihero series in 2021.
Top reviews from other countries
Saint from a very young age has been a loner. Surrounded by many and yet had no one for him in his corner. He missed out on the basic needs of any child. Love, affection, friendships and trust. He didn't have it and it made him wary as he grew so when he aged up he escaped the life that was suffocating him and made one for himself where he could literally reinvent who he was and do exactly what he wanted to.
Carolina's life was absolutely nothing like Saints. She grew up with love surrounded by family and friends that encouraged her independence and rooted for her happiness and drove her up the wall with their protectiveness. Despite the frustrations of overprotective family members and never really being alone Caro had everything she could ever want or need right with her family and friends. She was lucky.
Despite the unbelievable reason they are thrown together in the beginning and the big differences in their upbringing Caro and Saint just clicked. The chemistry between them is palpable from the beginning and giving the tensions are high with both the situation they found themselves in and the fact they wanted to suck face with eachother it was only a matter of time before they gave in to inevitable. Boy that build up was fun!!!. Both of them trying their damn hardest to hide their attraction had me cracked up laughing and fanning myself off from the steam of it all. I loved their interactions hard because they just seemed to work even under the most outrageous of circumstances. The connection between them is the absolute sweetest and build out of solitary confinement literally so it made sense for them to be so connected and to feel as hard as they did as quick as they did. They just worked on every level. She offered him more than he's ever had... love, a family and acceptance for being him. He gave her calm and sweet and the kind of love that makes your heart race and swoon all at once. They just made me happy.
Their journey is freaky CRAZY. Like so unexpected and completely outrageous but it works and it's fun and different and so refreshing. There isn't any huge drama between Caro and Saint. They have their moments but nothing is super blown out or over exaggerated which I loved because the story has enough surprises. They just worked together and whilst they had ALOT to work through I never feared for them that they wouldn't make it because the kind of connection they had just had me believing they are strong enough to get through it all. I love all the crazy in this book. It made for a interesting read and I found my self excited to turn the page and see what else was coming. I adore all the characters and their funny antics. You can never beat seeing old faces and reminiscing on past stories and gettting to see them now all grown with grown babies getting their very own HEA. It makes my heart happy seeing it all come full circle. Also the new faces!!! I do love getting to meet new faces and wondering where and how they'll fit into Lani's mammoth world of fictional greatness. You better believe I'll be waiting on them popping up.
Lani just never disappoints. As the last book in the series she really did a phenomenal job in wrapping up the second generation and giving them the best kind of HEA. It's crazy to me that it's the end of another series. Depends On Who's Asking brought everything and then some. It's suspenseful, climactic, unpredictable and totally outrageous. It's sweet and hilarious and hella swoony. And it's a little heartbreaking and surprising. There truly is never a dull moment. I always go through a emotional breakdown with every Lani book because she likes to throw a little of everything in her books and I'm not complaining. I love the characters and was so invested in their journey. It's seamlessly written and emotionally driven in a way that makes you feel every single thing. I just loved it.
Now I need Lynn. Like I need him years ago...
But I am desperate now. Knowing what I know and reading that little excerpt at the end of Caro and Saints book only teased me and now I need their book. I need to know. I NEED IT. FML. Why is it over a month away.
Saint is AMAZING! Gorgeous, sexy, quiet, brooding and a really great person- not sure how with his parents or his upbringing but he has definitely risen above and is full of growly gorgeousness!
I am so gutted this is the final book of the series it has been truly hilarious, I think it may be my favourite Lani Lynn Vale series but I also cannot wait for the new series out next month.
Our old Saint (Michael) is replaced with a much younger new Saint and what a perfect replacement he is! Caro is as hilarious as her mother and I love the bond she shares with her brothers too.