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Love in Spades: Four Kings Security Book One Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 4 in Four Kings Security
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About the Author
- File Size : 1721 KB
- Publication Date : April 21, 2018
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 304 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07CKS7L44
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #37,053 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Hm. It’s alright. It doesn’t really live up to the THIRDS level of writing. The suspense isn’t really there and I caught on to the bad guy as soon as he was introduced so I wasn’t really on the edge of my seat there.
The characters weren’t as engaging either. Ace was fine. He was an adrenaline junkie goofball and I liked him well enough. Colton was … no. He was a brat. Headstrong and obnoxious in a dangerous way. He spent so much time downplaying something that was a threat and then ignoring his own safety that I just wanted to shake sense into him. His playing with Ace was just amusing though. Still bratty, just like his irritating temper tantrums but amusing because the banter that Charlie is so great at was there. Colton’s friends, though. I really didn’t like them. Or him? There really was just the one: Laz, the model with a manipulative boyfriend. Laz just came off as too much of a caricature for me to want to deal with him.
Here we have a direct threat sent to Colton and his father brings in Four Kings Security to watch over him. Now we’ve got Ace constantly watching Colton while Colton doesn’t believe there’s a need for concern. Which was just plain silly. Mutilated animal parts left with threatening notes would make me twitchy as all get out. There’s an instant attraction between the two but Ace doesn’t mix business with pleasure and Colton doesn’t trust anyone easily due to a previous betrayal by loved ones. Somewhere in the background is the threat. We don’t see much of it throughout the book until right before the end.
Like I’ve mentioned, Charlie excels at banter and character interactions and that was still here. I vaguely remember some editing errors but nothing that stood out horribly in my mind by the end, just some basics with wrong words and such. Really the biggest issue I had with the writing itself was with the lack of suspense. I kind of expect more from threats than going missing for most of a book and then appearing almost like an afterthought.
Overall, the book was entertaining. I still liked it, it just wasn’t up to par with the THIRDS, which is horrible of me to compare a new series but I can’t help it. I rate this a 3.5 out of 5.
Colton Connolly hasn't taken the threats seriously but his father is insistent that he receive protection. Colton decides being a brat is the way to go and has a good time pushing all of Ace’s buttons. What he didn't realize is that Ace likes pushing buttons too.
These guys are combustible together. They soon discover that the issues between them, their jobs, family, personal history, all take second place to the feelings that are developing. When danger comes calling, Colton knows Ace will save him.
I'm a big fan of the authors THIRDS books, so wasn't sure what to expect from this new series. The family dynamic is just as important in this book. I fell in love with all the Kings and can't wait for their stories.