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The G-Men Holiday wrap wasn't a fav. It was a 12 day cruise where each couple had some issue where they weren't speaking. I found it juvenile and could have skipped it completely.
I recommend that you DO NOT read the bonus chapter at the end that the author said was a 'fake' chapter that she wrote because she had writers block. She does give a warning and I can see how when she sent it to her publisher as a joke she told her that it ruined the series, which I have to agree. There are some lines that shouldn't be crossed and that was one of them. I would have preferred if she hadn't included it in the series. Why write it if your publisher tells you it's awful?
The other books were great.
Andrea Smith is a very talented romance writer. She knows how to keep the stories real and her characters each have their own believable personalities, she keeps the stories going at a good pace, and each story has an alpha male who lays stake to his woman only after he realizes that he might have lost them to misunderstanding or disastrous event.
Highly recommend to romance lovers.
Love Plus One was about Lindsey and Taz. Lindsey was a twenty year old virgin aching to discover what all the hype about sex was that people brag about. Lindsey approached Taz with her plan to rid herself of her virginity. Taz was only supposed to educate her about sex but instead the physical connection tethered them. Lindsey was still in imminent danger by the people involved in making the drugs in the previous book. Some shocking revelations and some sick and twisted outcomes led to another HEA ending.
Night Moves was about Darcy and Easton. Darcy was Lindsey's friend. Easton was Taz's half brother. They met while Darcy was in Belize. Then they were reintroduced at a wedding. Easton was a ladies man and had no shame flaunting Lacee, his assistant in front of Darcy. Darcy was a desperate woman aiming to hook up with Easton. They too became tethered by some unexplained connection. They too got their HEA.
These men was about Paige who was Easton and Trace's sister. Paige lived with Lindsey and Taz. Then moved in with Easton and Darcy. Finally she settled in with Eli and Cain. Paige was an intern with the FBI. Her training coach was Darin whom she hooked up with. Paige was a player herself so when Darin made it clear he had other hook ups I was confused when Paige was upset. Then an unconventional relationship developed which led to another HEA.
These stories were long and detailed. At some points they dragged with too many details withholding information for a suspenseful build up. The author chose to write and focus on the age gap between both men and women in relationships. Originally the female characters came off as independent strong willed women then would melt at the touch of a capable man willing to offer pleasure. The female characters offered the male characters with great sex that brought undiscovered emotional attachment never before experienced.
Lindsey, Sam, and Darcy were in imminent danger until their G-Man came to the rescue. I liked the idea of these G-men but not the execution, that needed work.
Warning in all stories there contained sensitive sexual material relating to abuse and rape. It was disappointing that each story included some form of abuse in order to prove the love, support, and comfort. The abuse that these characters endured was written and expressed in a mechanical way that lacked emotion. I felt a disconnect with these characters.
All these male characters had surveillance on the female characters. Yet the men withhold secrets and were not under the same scrutiny.
The female characters had issues in regards to rape and abuse that concerned me. They seemed to numbly assess the abuse given to them by men as a means to the end.
I was not invested enough in these characters to care about the Holiday Wraps which included each character on the cruise. I especially did not care for the uncut collection with Lindsey and Slate.
The author aimed for taboo storylines but sometimes she went too far. For me she crossed the line one too many times with their indiscretions.