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Shielding Her Heart (Milwaukee Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I will also tell you there was violence and graphic sex….just so you know.
The hero was the man we would all like to find. The heroine while damaged overcame it to be his match.
There was a moment when I was reading when I wasn't quite sure how it was going to end. To me that is a BIG plus.
A great fast and entertaining read.
Anyway, I really liked this book. Absolutely loved Rick. Sexy, hot, mouthwatering, alpha police officer.... what's not to love. Sheila was attached by someone who was after Rose, and Rick felt to blame because he hadn't thought to protect her. After the incident, Sheila suffered panic attacks and refused to do much more than stay home. They had been planning on going out for a date, but now, she refused to see him. Sheila slowly went back to work, but still stayed to herself. She couldn't get past the feeling that someone was following her. When a message comes across his police radio that Sheila has called for police, he goes straight there. Sheila throws herself into his arms and Rick decides then and there he will protect her and make her realize how much he cares. Someone is stalking Sheila and together they will figure out who it is, while learning to trust each other and fall in love.
Both characters are good. I sometimes have a hard time liking the stubborn female leads, but Sheila isn't like that at all. The story is told from both POVs. It's a quick enjoyable read.