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Stranger Mine (The Base Branch Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Honest book review for book tour blitz. Original post can be found at:
I have loved Ryan from book one, even knowing he wasn't the one for Sloan and would forever be her best friend.
But damn, Megan sure knows how to open a book and make you like the man more, crude as it may be... (Hey, at least he has an honest mind..)!
Yep, still like Ryan. And oh! The man has a sassy, kinky side....
As with the other men we've met with Base Branch, he's damn good at his job. He's stealthy, quick on his feet, and thinks with the mind of a warrior.
That's not to say he doesn't have weak spots -- his mother, his childhood, the acts that he helps uncover and therefore the people he saves. Additionally, I don't think he ever would have fathomed love would hit him squarely between the eyes.
But on top of these fine male qualities... He's also honest.
...and not just silently. He TELLS Piper that he's not a one night and goodbye kind of guy. He's over that stage of life. Have to respect an honest man.
When we meet Piper, she's bound to a cinder block wall....
...and making a gym out of it.
If that doesn't speak to her character, I'm not sure what does.
She is strong and determined. She refuses to be a victim -- especially in a situation she purposefully put herself in. When the men have come for her, she breaksdidn't't, cartilage... Even considers biting off important appendages. When Ryan comes barreling in, unknowingly rescuing her, she head butts him.
She will be no one's victim.
In fact, she gives as good as she gets right from the beginning with Ryan -- in addition to the sexual tension, the verbal sparring is spot on.
I love when authors write WELL into the man's psyche, and that is certainly the case in STRANGER MINE. Whenever we as readers hear Ryan's thoughts, they're very much a man's thoughts -- swearing, sex, women. Discomfort or arousal. The thoughts are all man.
Equally so, I love that Piper is written as a strong lead female (has to be in her chosen profession), but even in her weaker, more vulnerable moments, you still get a sense of how strong she truly is.
I had been excited for Ryan's book and it certainly didn't disappoint. While I'm not sure how I feel about Commander Tucker's book, I have to admit the last line of STRANGER MINE makes a person at least slightly curious. I am, however, extremely excited for Khani's story.
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it was amazing
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