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Stop at Nothing (Protect & Serve) by [SeRine, Kate]
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Length: 320 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Editorial Reviews

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"Heart-pounding action and steamy sexual tension. This series is a must read!" - Julie Ann Walker, New York Times bestselling author of the Black Knights Inc. series

"[A] satisfying romance..." - Booklist

"Packed with nonstop drama and sizzling romance, this debut novel in the Protect & Serve series will get hearts racing!" - RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

"This is a great start to a new series and I really can't wait to read more into the Dawson family in the future. SerRine has a new hit series with this one!" - Crystal's Many Reviewers, 5 Stars

"[A] thrilling ride of passion, intrigue and turmoil... I will be awaiting the next book with enthusiasm." - Paranormal Haven, 4 Stars

"The beginning of a sizzling series." - Fresh Fiction

"I enjoyed Stop At Nothing so much that I read it in one sitting. Refreshing romantic suspense read that brings with it all the feels! I cannot wait to see who the next brother will be to fall in love, and capture the bad guy." - The Reading Cave

About the Author

Kate SeRine writes award-winning romantic suspense and paranormal romance. A past recipient of an Emily Award and the National Readers Choice Award, she has also been a finalist in the Fire and Ice Contest, Finally a Bride Contest, and the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence. She lives with her husband and two sons outside Indianapolis, Indiana. Connect with Kate at www.kateserine.com.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1334 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (November 3, 2015)
  • Publication Date: November 3, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0108GOL4G
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #182,930 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Interests: Romantic Suspense, FBI Agents, Second Chances

Quick Summary
FBI Agent Kyle Dawson and Sheriff's Deputy Abby Morrow had a brief summer fling 3 years prior but Abby broke Kyle's heart just before he left for Quantico. Now Kyle is back in town and he has more than just his relationship with Abby to mend...after all he burned a lot of bridges with his family when he left town. But that all get pushed aside when Abby's sister is kidnapped and Abby is attacked. Now Kyle and Abby must work together to protect Abby's family.

What I Liked
I really enjoyed the romance between Kyle and Abby in this book because though it had some drama it was not overly angst-filled. When Kyle offers to help Abby after her attack she accepts his help without making a big deal over it. Abby knows that Kyle is a good guy and that as an FBI Agent he has the knowledge to assist her. It was nice to see two people acting like mature adults and putting their personal problems aside to work together. I also enjoyed that they were both very honest about their feelings and that they realized they had made a mistake in the past. Not all couples that break up have to treat each other like crap before they can get back together.

What I Didn’t Like
The "villain" in this one was a little weird for me, I just couldn't quite work out what was up with him. He had a few chapters in his POV and his actions were just strange. Sometimes I understood what and why he was doing something and other times I just thought he was crazy...who knows maybe that was the point. I also found the suspense plot a bit confusing, especially in the beginning. There was just a lot going on and a lot of involved characters. I understood everything by the end but there were a few times I had to stop and read something over again to make sure I was catching everything.
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Another surprise book for me. I know that I thoroughly enjoy any story that revolves around police investigations but “Stop At Nothing” drew me in right from the beginning and really had me putting my own police skills through the ringer figuring everything out. And, just when I thought I knew and understood what was going to happen, I didn’t.

Kyle and Abby were explosive. Kyle and his father were volatile. But, they all had the same results in mind. Find the person or persons responsible for kidnapping Abby’s sister and terrorizing her family. Kyle had his gut instincts as to who and why and knew, deep down, that this was also connected with his investigation in New Orleans. Now, to prove everything with the help of Abby … and to prove to Abby that what they had three years ago was the real thing.

Abby had no idea that taking on this job was going to the terrorizing of her family. After decoding the messages she was paid to hack into, finding out exactly who her brother-in-law really was and having to protect her nephew, the last thing that she expected was Kyle rushing back into her life. Being in his arms again was exactly what she needed and what she was trying to avoid. There is no way he will forgive her for lying to him and for what she kept from him all those years ago. But, she needed him right now. Needed him to help her, needed him to understand, she just … needed him. There was no way that she would be able to keep the love from shining through her eyes or keep him out of her bed.
And, as this story was unfolding, I became more and more intrigued.

Now, we all know that the hero and heroine with eventually end up together but Kate Serine had me seriously wondering just who was going to end up dead, who was going to come out of this unscathed.
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In Stop at Nothing by Kate SeRine, Kyle and Abby have a distant past yet unhealed, and have not seen each other for years. Suddenly, due to just the right mix of circumstance, they are unexpectedly brought back together - to each other and to danger. Abby's forensic investigations and Kyle's work with the FBI on the surface look like a good mix...but maybe not so much professionally. The personal hurt and heart break is still simmering between them, along with some unanswered questions about their abrupt break off. One neither of them has ever really recovered from. As they work together to fight evil and save the innocent, the personal and professional lines blur...and just as things start to become clearer they might not have a future after all...

Kyle and Abby are strong main characters. There were parts about them I liked and parts I didn't particularly care for at different times in the story. This made them very real for me. Both of them grew on me, Kate's writing made me feel for them, for their past and present, gave me hope for them, and as their characters developed I liked them more and more. The possible second chance they find themselves faced with was a tumultuous journey, made even more difficult due to the circumstances that brought them back together. The suspenseful part of the plot is fast moving, creepy at times, and kept me guessing! I liked how Kate did this and kept the story moving along at a good pace so I was never bored, just wondered what would happen next!

I also enjoyed the secondary plots in Stop at Nothing and the secondary characters that came with them. The family dynamics that make up a lot of who Kyle is were an interesting mix to the plot, and worked well with it and his character.
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