- File Size: 3299 KB
- Print Length: 463 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500595217
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Cygnet Books (July 12, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 12, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00LRSN11Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #185,193 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm very picky when it comes to heroines, so when I say that I loved Rachel, I would switch teams for her, that's saying a lot. She didn't have the flash that Lexi and Rubi possessed, but she made up for it with her candid remarks and how she treated everyone around her. Her relationship with the men of Renegades was so sweet - she was a mother hen, a sister, a loyal friend, and I adored them for their protectiveness and respect. She was raised with certain values, so she was hardly the type to sleep around. But her one and only attempt to live a little like Rubi once had, was both an amusing success and failure. I really enjoyed seeing her push her own boundaries which led her on a path of self awareness.
Nathan was the perfect tortured hero. And when I say tortured, I really mean it. His journey throughout this story was heart-breaking at times. The glimpses into his psyche began during his introduction in the second chapter and just kept escalating from there. The author did an amazing job with his character. I felt every bit of his slow self destruction with each episode of his trauma being triggered.
This couple had chemistry in spades. Aside from the wickedly hot love scenes, it was Nathan's PTSD that ratcheted up their encounters up a few notches. From the beginning, Rachel was an exception to his method for dealing with his demons. That is, until near the end when he began to unravel completely. That one scene made my heart break for the both of them. It was a little uncomfortable but so raw and believable. There was a connection but yet also a horrible disconnect that was filled with angst. I started tearing up from that point forward. Outside of the sexcapades, they displayed wonderful communication skills, both serious and humorous. I loved the fact that they had meaningful dialogues which added credence to their developing feelings. They were both quite intuitive, but neither of them made the other feel foolish.
There is so much more that I could say, but this story is best experienced for yourself. If you love a confident and quirky heroine, a badly damaged hero with an edgy, sexy streak, and one hell of a redemption scene, then this story is definitely for you. I received an eARC for the purpose of an honest review, but upon completion, I had to purchase it for my personal collection. This is one book I will reach for for a re-read.
He is to be picked up at the airport to meet with the Renegades and discuss the bridge project. The heroine drives to the airport to pick him up. She has never met him but she has been hearing about how great he is for weeks. There is a big mix up and she misses him at the pick up point so she goes inside to have a drink and regroup after driving in L.A. traffic. Guess who she sits next to in the bar? You guessed it.
On a scale of 1-10 the sex in this story is probably a 8.5. This guy is a sex machine. The heroine, not so much. However, she is a fast learner and alcohol does have a way of loosening a person up a bit. So, there is a lot of HOT sex in the story. The language goes along with the sex so if that is a problem for you, better pass on this one.
This story is based around rough men. They are on location in California and the living is anything but easy. They work hard and they are on budgets and time limits. You do get a feel for how the action parts of movies are made which is quite interesting. You will also get a first hand lesson on what is needed to blow up a bridge and do it right. There is also a big romance going on between the hero and heroine. He struggles daily with his PTSD, guilt, nightmares, etc. There is a lot of healing to be done. Being a big, rough warrior, he doesn't think he needs help as he slowly starts to sink deeper into his memories. The heroine is a fixer, she wants to fix him but doesn't know how. So, it makes for a lot of anger, misunderstandings, forgiveness and pain. The heroine is suffering from a big dose of betrayal. Things are not easy for her at this time. I was glad to see her handle her sister the way she did. More like life instead of a fairy tale. Good going for her.
It is a very good story. Very interesting and holds your attention from beginning to end. I definitely recommend it to readers that enjoy all of the above.
I was not paid for this review. I am not an author nor do I know one. I am not kin to this writer. I am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more, nothing less. 10/9/17