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- ASIN : B00CHRXA24
- Publisher : KR Press, LLC (April 21, 2013)
- Publication date : April 21, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 2589 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 390 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #288,721 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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What didn’t work well for me was the almost formulaic execution of each story. They were all very similar, predictable: Each story was told from three POVs— the hero, the heroine and the villain. The suspenseful climax in each story was dealt with a little too quickly. Each heroine would be in grave danger, their men were miraculously in the vicinity or came to the rescue in record time, and then without much fanfare, it was all over. If I had to choose between the two sets, I enjoyed books 4-6 more (in part due to the delectable Travis Sanchez). With that said, I won’t be continuing with the Red Stone Security series.
Book Four: Miami, Mistletoe & Murder - My favorite. Loved the pierced, tattooed and reserved hero. The romance was the highlight of the story. - 4.5 Stars
Book Five: His to Protect - Secret baby and reunited lovers story. The heroine was predictable, but I appreciated that the hero remained patient and persistent and always made his intentions clear. - 3 Stars
Book Six: Breaking Her Rules - Best Friends to Lovers to Married Couple. The H and h were both tough, stubborn and very passionate. The suspense was probably the best out of the three. - 4 Stars
Detailed reviews on each book on their respective pages.
These books have everything I love in a series- action, suspense, fully developed characters, steamy love scenes, a plot that keeps building, and interaction with characters from prior books. I love the series and can't wait for more. It is on my reread and recommend lists.
I found the first and second stories of this book were somehow lack in something. Really difficult to say what but I somehow didn't feel quite engaged with the characters. I didn't feel the love nor the suspense. Was it because of my state of mine? Could be. Anyway, I could only rate those two stories as 3 stars top (leaning to 2.5, really). However, the third book was very interesting. I love it when the kick-ass guy was a girl (eh, okay, bit confusing there, but you know what I mean). Honestly, I was a bit disappointed because the hero was still some kind of kick-ass guy (former force recon, grew up tough, etc). Why should he be like that? Why can't he be some genius computer mogul with kind heart who needed real physical protection from a kick-ass girl? Well, one can only hope. However, I still loved the story, I could connect with the characters and invested in them, thus the 3.5 stars.
I would still continue this series though. Power through...
MIAMI, MISTLETOE & MURDER: Red Stone Security Book Four - 4 STARS
This novella has Travis Sanchez, a former Marine and current contractor for Red Stone Security coming to the aid of Noel Baskov, the woman he's been lusting after for months... I remember Travis from "Danger Next Door" which is book two, and just happens to be my favorite in this series so far. I'm glad he got his own story because he was not only gorgeous, but sweeter than you expect a huge, tatted, and pierced guy to be. Noel was really kind and cute too, and together I thought they made an adorable couple. With likable characters, a smoking hot romance, and just enough suspense, this story was both fast and fun. My only complaints would be that the villain was a bit of a letdown and the "I love you's" came a little too quickly.
HIS TO PROTECT: Red Stone Security Book Five - 4 STARS
Kellen Malone is a former SEAL who now works as a bodyguard for Red Stone Security. Then Charlotte Bastien walks back into his life with their infant son in tow, and witnesses a murder... This book was not only fast paced, but had a wonderful blend of both romance and suspense. I adored Kell and Charlotte together and just loved the way he loved her. I also loved the fact that she never doubts him, even when the crazy ex is running her mouth off. Although only a novella, it was an engaging read that was hard to put down. And though I found the drama with Kell's ex predictable, the showdown with the villain was not what I was expecting at all. In the end I just thought it was a lovely and compelling romantic suspense.
BREAKING HER RULES: Red Stone Security Book Six - 4 STARS
Iris Tarango is a former Marine and a top agent for Red Stone Security. But when an attempt is made on billionaire Wyatt Christiansen's life (a man she shares a long history with) her life will be forever changed... This is more of a friends to lovers story, since Iris and Wyatt had known each other since they were kids. As a couple their chemistry was not only potent, but all consuming. And while he was definitely an alpha male, Iris was a tough woman who was more than capable of taking care of herself. The entire story was not only fast paced and romantic, but full of action and suspense, and included some shocking surprises. I'd have given this book five stars if not for the villain, who was a little too obvious and whose motive was a bit weak.
Top reviews from other countries
I won't be continuing with the book seven.