Josh's Justice: Book 4 (Bad in Boots) Kindle Edition
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Spoiler alert! I understand that Josh needed to get his cell phone into our heroine's hands so he could use it to locate her later, but who would give their cell phone to someone they just met? Especially someone who was staying at his house where there's a land line. (They talk about him using his cordless later on to phone someone else.) Besides, If he's going to a fire, how would she call him if he DOESN'T have his cell phone?
Apparently, Sabrina left her cell phone in Arizona because she didn't want work to interfere with her vacation. (Who travels without their cell?) She then proceeds to log on to Josh's laptop (without asking permission) and is amazed at how much work she gets done. COME ON!! Later, he mentions texting her while he's gone? What did he text her with exactly? And if someone lent you their cell phone, would you be checking incoming texts? Nosy much? Frankly, it was just ridiculous. The book had a lot of potential, but this kind of lazy plot development is an insult to readers. I'm willing to suspend my disbelief a great deal in favor of enjoying a story, but I couldn't look past this nonsense. I don't expect a seamless, original, or even intriguing plot from a romance novel, but I do NOT expect them to defy all logic in order to get to a happy ending.
Blatantly obvious flaws in the plot aside, this is a quick read with some heat and a lot of potential. Too bad it reads like a first draft without the benefit of an impartial reader who might have told the author she needs some more work on the plot.
While visiting Elise and her new husband Colt, she makes the decision to let her hair down, cut loose, enjoy her time with whatever man struck her fancy--except for firefighters.
When Josh walked into that barn, he mistakes Sabrina for Elise. Yeah, he shouldn't but he couldn't help the attraction for his neighbor's new wife. As awkward as things are at first, as much as the two women look alike, Josh is quick to find out that Elise means nothing compared to Sabrina who was now in danger after an attack and fire in Colt's barn.
Thrust into protecting her, they become closer, they start to fall for one another. When Sabrina discovers that the man she was most likely in love with is a firefighter, she pushes through her reservations and attempts to make it work--until Josh suffers an accident on the job.
"Josh's Justice" is a thrilling and sensual read. Michelle has excelled through this series and I have to say that this one is my favorite of the lot.
OMG! I am crushing on Josh the sexy wearing wrangler Cowboy/Fireman hero. Fell head over heals in love with him right from the beginning. Josh helps on his parents ranch but he is also a fireman. A bad incident that happened when he was a child left him to be a Fireman. Heart wrenching what happened that made him want to be a Fireman. He spends most of his days in the fire station to help him cope with the bad incident, that is until he meets Sabrina. Now he wants to spend time with her. She makes him feel alive.
Sabrina lost her father to a fire he was fighting to put out. She never gotten over it, left her a little bit of a control freak. She just had a relationship ended because she tried to control him. She decides to take a vacation and visit her best friend from college on a ranch, then she decides she is going to live in the moment and not try to control everything around her. Well that is easy until she meets Josh and they have chemistry right from the beginning. But he is a Fireman and her control issues want to come to the surface.
Their chemistry is hot. The sexual tensions got me hot and bothered to many times to count. I have never been so jealous of a character before now. Patrice had me wanting to be Sabrina so bad, especially in the scene with Josh and Sabrina riding a horse together. I loved how Josh was able to keep Sabrina's control matter under wraps especially in the bedroom. The little BDSM scene is wickedly delicious and written well. It was light and not over the top. The sex scenes will have you needing to take a cold shower and wishing you could find a yummy cowboy for yourself. Josh's dirty talking mouth had me panting and wanting him all to my self. Not only did I find them sexy in bed but outside of the bedroom too. They are so adorable together and perfect. Loved when they were playful. They way they flirt and tease each other was a joy to read. They do have a few minor bumps but they are not overly drawn out. I could not swipe my kindle fast enough to see what was going to happen next.
Loved how Colt and Elise from Colt's Choice (Bad In Boots #3) were part of the plot and how they are doing. Loved how the secondary characters are in it just enough that I want to know more. Mace had me giggling with his sexy charm and innocent flirting with Sabrina. I hope he gets his own story soon.
Patrice Michelle is an amazing story teller with a beautiful writing voice. She has the right amount of romance and a bit of mystery. Her novels are a feel good feeling. Josh's Justice is a keeper for me. Look forward to see who is next up in her Bad In Boots series and can not wait to see the lovely cover.
Orginally posted at Wickedly Delicious Book Blog
While reading this story make sure to have a fan at the ready!!! And who wouldn't want to learn riding a horse
like Sabrina by the hand of a hot Cowboy! P.S. If you haven't read the other books in her Bad in Boots Series you
are missing out! So go and get them now!By the way this is Sandra,the wife reading the book!