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In the weird and wonderful 'family' forged by the seven couples who fill the pages of the six books of Harper Sloan's Corps Security Series, Nate is the second eldest, and Ember, the baby and given that, it was probably the right move for him to reject her advances when she was barely eighteen years old. Whether he went about it in the best manner or not is debatable.
Having grown up on the falling-in-love stories that his parents and their friends would tell of their own experiences, he's long associated love with the kind of torment and turmoil that they went through and isn't sure if its worth the effort. Now, several years later its time for Nate to face up to his fears.
For some reason, Ember has lost her smile, particularly when it comes to family functions, which she's been avoiding for the last year, and even more so when it comes to Nate himself, and he's determined to find it again, even if it means risking the wrath of every single alpha male in a circle of friends that's overflowing with them.
While I've been waiting for this book, and hoped for great things, I was genuinely surprised with just how good it is. Part of that comes from it being markedly different from almost anything Harper's written before. Yes, Nate is all alpha, but unlike those whose stories have come before, he has nothing to do with the military, and not even with the police force like Liam from the previous novel. Instead, Nate forges his own purely unique path and the story is so much better for it.
Similarly, there are certain similarities between this book and the first in the series. A significant age gap between two lovers whose families would probably struggle to accept their love, and again, when it comes down to it, for all of that the two stories couldn't be more different. Nate and Ember are very much their own people forging their own paths, and just as tellingly, Maddox Locke isn't Axel Reid.
So much better than anything I could have hoped for, I've now got a new favorite
I love a good crazy ex. Ember has a douche of a boyfriend and I could totally predict that he did certain things. I was expecting it. He wouldn’t let her go easily and we eventually find out just how far he’ll go to make her see that. I would have enjoyed a little more from him but I think if Harper did that, then the book would have to be labeled in a different category.
Ember and Nate have been friends for years. He used to tutor her and well of course, she fell in love with him. Awww. I really loved the scene’s between Locke and Nate. regarding Locke’s little girl. We see the typical Alpha Locke. *swoon* He’s protective but realizes that Nate has a good head on his shoulders but I love seeing him go papa bear over his daughter. Nate doesn’t back down though and I loved that even more about him.
This story is written in the Harper way we have all come to know and love. Feels, angst, drama and humor. Oh and the hotness! This book is by far Harper’s hottest. Nate takes her usual steamy scene’s to a whole new level.
5 stars overall
5 steamy scorching stars for heat … YUM!
In Corps Security, you couldn't help but be drawn into this world of guys that had a bond forged under horrible circumstances. It felt like you were being pulled into a family.
From falling in love with Cooper to crying when he died, to being intrigued by the mysterious Maddox and waiting impatiently for his full story, to loving Sway and all of his antics- which were absolutely necessary to get couples together, and the threads of all of them that ran through each story- It's completely missing from Hope Town. Each book feels like a complete stand alone that just happens to mention the same random ppl in each story.
I miss the family and the love. It's just completely gone. When I was reading this one, I completely forgot that Liam was the last book. I NEVER forgot about one of the Corps men. Also, there is no lead up to the next book. Who's it going to be about? I don't know and I wasn't made to even care.
I wish HS would plan out a more connected story line for the rest of this series. Intertwine the remaining Corps kids into a large story arc so I can get to know them and fall in love with them before their story comes. I miss the family.
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